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16 January 2010

Land Acquisition: Fear Factor for Companies [India]

Author: Mrinal Kumar & Ekta Gupta, Business Standard [India]

This article discusses the challenges faced by companies in land acquisition ...Firstly, since there is no concept of title certificates...the buyer of property is required to establish the ‘chain of title’ in respect of the property for the preceding...

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8 October 2009

"Delays in land acquisition to hit $100 bn investments" [India]

Author: Business Standard [India]

A report released by the steel ministry...[says]... 22 major steel projects in the country worth $82 billion are being held up because of procedural delays in obtaining environmental impact assessment clearance...[and]...delays in land acquisition...

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1 October 2009

ASK - Verité India Supply Chain Symposium - Delhi, India

Author: Association for Stimulating Knowhow & Verite

On November 18, 2009, ASK and Verité will hold...[the]...inaugural India Symposium, examining social and environmental responsibility as a key part of sustainability in supply chains...We will explore the key role that social compliance and labor...

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17 September 2009

Land stands as stumbling block for mega projects in Orissa [India]

Author: Nageshwar Patnaik, Economic Times [India]

A review of 14 ongoing mega projects by state industry minister Raghunath Mohanty on Thursday revealed that the world’s number one steel producer ArcelorMittal and two other global steel majors – Pohang Steel Company (Posco) and Tata Steel are...

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29 August 2009

Sponge iron industry threatening environment, lives [India]

Author: Bighneswar Sahu, Merinews.com [India]

There has been unprecedented growth of the sponge iron industry in India. On one hand, steel majors like POSCO, Mittal and domestic majors like Tata, Jindal have already routed huge investments in sponge iron...On the other hand, sponge iron units...

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6 July 2009

Power firm’s social project wins laurels [India]

Author: Ajay Parmar, Times of India

Raj West Power Ltd, a subsidiary of...Jindal group, which is setting up a power plant...in Barmer district, has set a national record by adopting and executing the Prerna Project of the Population Stabilisation Fund (PSF)...with a view to stem the...

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1 December 2008

Industry and communities clash in Jharkhand [India]

Author: Moushumi Basu, Infochange News & Features [India]

The rehabilitation and resettlement (R&R) policy...cleared by the Cabinet of mineral-rich [state of] Jharkhand [which requires corporations to give 1% of their annual profits to adivasi landowners whose lands have been acquired]... seems to be...

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1 November 2008

Dark clouds over India’s sponge iron industry

Author: Rifat Mumtaz, Infochange News & Features [India]

Post-2001, India has emerged as the world’s largest producer of sponge iron...The cost of this spectacular growth, however, is being borne by people living in the states that produce sponge iron, as sponge iron units are responsible for unprecedented...

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5 February 2006

Rivers for sale: Common property in peril [India]

Author: Rifat Mumtaz, Manshi Asher & Amitabh Behar, New Nation [Bangladesh]

Three case studies from Chhattisgarh -- the privatisation of the Sheonath river, the insatiable use of water from the Kelu river by an industry, and the construction of a private dam on the Kurkut river -- clearly illustrate how the political economy...

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2 January 2006

[DOC] Police Firing at Kalinganagar [India]

Author: People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL), Orissa [India]

By not conferring the tenancy rights upon the local people over the land, which has been in their possession at the time of Estate abolition in 1951, successive governments have deprived the people of their legal rights over land and livelihood...The...

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