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HC quashes order to convert Jaya's residence into memorial

The Madras high court on Wednesday set aside an order of the previous All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam regime to convert late Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa's residence, 'Veda......

Group of scientists seeks President's intervention to withdraw proposed LDAR

The proposed Lakshadweep Development Authority Regulation of 2021 is highly problematic and will work against existing legal provisions that safeguard the resilience of Lakshadweep's ecology,......

All Indians can now buy land in Jammu and Kashmir

The Centre on Tuesday cleared the decks for people from across the country to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir by amending several laws, a move which mainstream political parties in the union......

Farmers end protest at DND flyway with warning to return

IMAGE: Farmers protest at the DND Flyover in Noida on Saturday. Photograph: PTI Photo Hundreds of farmers, seeking enhanced compensation for their land acquired before 2013 in Uttar Pradesh,......

Modi@1: Some positive steps, long way to go

It has been said that by 2025, India could become among the top five economies in the world. If India does become a $5 trillion economy but gets all its rivers polluted, food chain poisoned and......

Cut the red tape and let private sector manage surplus govt land

Maybe Modi could ask a patriarch of the stature of the late G D Birla to flesh out the details of a new company to manage government land privatisation. Of all the parts of the divestment......

How governments can overcome land acquisition woes

The problem can be met, according to Shubhashis Gangopadhyay, research director of India Development Foundation, by the government tapping into its own land holdings. Within three years of the......

GDP at 7.6%? Not surprised, say economists

‘As of now there are no major concerns for the Indian economy and we expect the economy should look up gradually. Everything seems to be under control.’ There were no ‘big......

How some SC judgements changed the game for corporate India

The 1995 judgment in the Union of India vs Cricket Association of Bengal case emphasised that free speech is essential for a successful democracy and citizens must have a plurality of views and a......

Why India must go for bullet trains

Given that it is a low-energy, low-emission mode of transportation that can reduce costs significantly, India should not miss the opportunity to develop high-speed rail, notes Ramakrishnan T......

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