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Indore Development Authority Vs. Shailendra (D) through LRS. & Ors.[SC 2017 DECEMBER]

KEYWORDS:- Compensation- Land acquisition-

Refer to: larger  Bench.


ACTS: section 24 of the Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013-Section 38 of the Madhya Pradesh Nagar Tatha Gram Nivesh Adhiniyam, 1973… 3,919 more words


Africa's leading innovation scholar, Calestous Juma, has died

Calestous Juma, the luminary Kenyan scholar who championed the cause of innovation and technology in transforming African countries, and whose books and papers about the environment, biotechnology, education, artificial intelligence, and the politics of land in Africa made him a towering figure both in the continent and across the world, has died. 678 more words

The Kentucky Division of Forestry offers seedlings now for spring planting

By Jennifer Turner

Department for Natural Resources

 Some people might not think of winter as the appropriate time to purchase trees, but the Kentucky Division of Forestry (KDF) is encouraging citizens of the Commonwealth to purchase seedlings now for spring planting. 850 more words


In the Deep Midwinter

The cold weather has come. We’ve seen little snow in this part of Galloway, but the ice bit deep into the mud and the ground was recast in iron. 561 more words


Fraying Sanity: A... Compelling Argument For Mill

Hello My Fellow Planeswalkers,

Mathew from GenericBadMagic here to bring you a whole new standard brew, drawn up from scratch by yours truly over the last week or so, Standard Mill! 904 more words


Red White-Spotted Loach - Entry

Name: Red White-Spotted Loach

Alias: White-Spotted Loach, Spotted Red Loach, Hover Loach, Land Loach

Alignment: Instinct

Genders: Male, Female

Diet: Plants (Occasionally Mud-sucking for small organisms) 270 more words


Necessary and Inevitable: Agricultural Modernization and the Biopolitics of Disembodiment in China


This paper offers a Foucauldian biopolitical analysis in the context of the ongoing state-led agricultural modernization reform campaign in China. Ethnographic research in the grain-growing township of Ruilin suggests that the campaign – while framed in part as an effort to improve the lives of peasants while respecting their wishes regarding their form of livelihood – has produced widespread dispossession. 10,018 more words