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37 documents for land reforms in kerala
  • ... recently visited Kerala, a splinter of land at India's southwestern tip, we wondered whether ... with relish his support for progressive reforms and his meetings with Kerala's chief ministers ...

  • ... if he or she is employed in cultivation of land owned by government or other institutions. The ... educational system also needs to undergo reforms. Colleges and universities need to change their ...

  • Local police responded by opening fire, killing 14 protesters and deeply tarnishing the government's democratic credentials. [...] there has been further conflict in the area, resulting in loss of lives and the displacement of hundreds of villagers.

    ... claim was placed on peasants to sell the land for the factory and decry the state's failure to ... influence - the southeastern state of Kerala and the northwestern state of West Bengal. The ...DEALING WITH REFORMS. India's formal switch to a process of economic ...

  • With its profusion of languages, ethnic groups and regional diversities, with its unique caste system, with its contrast between information technology and industry billionaires and the nearly 300 million people who live below the poverty line, with its mixture of Mahatma Gandhi's nonviolent philosophy and outbreaks of savage communal violence, and with its success as a parliamentary democracy despite having 400 million people who cannot read or write, India remains a bewilderingly complex country. A powerful moral leader as well as a wily politician, Gandhi wanted Indians to be proud of their past, to wear Indian rather than foreign dress, to challenge their colonial overlords through peaceful protest and noncooperation and not through violence, and to eliminate discrimination against...

    ... her Congress opponents, winning a landslide victory with the populist slogan of "abolish ... Singh to implement major economic policy reforms, moving India away from Nehruvian socialism ... Front, comprising the Communist parties of Kerala and West Bengal and still ideologically committed ...

  • ...Transforming the Development Landscape: The Role of the Private Sector. Washington, DC: ... Dynamics of Rural Poverty and Agrarian Reforms in Developing Countries. London: ITDG Publishing, ... Water and Water Users: Experiences from Kerala. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing ...

  • Many countries exist in a "gray zone" between authoritarianism and democracy. For countries in this conceptual space-which is particularly relevant today given the halting path of change in the Arab world-scholars, judges, and rule of law activists conventionally urge an abstract notion of "judicial independence" as a prerequisite for successful democratic transition. Only recently, for example, Pakistan’s judiciary was widely lauded for its "independence" in challenging the military regime. However, judicial independence is neither an all-or-nothing concept nor an end in itself. With the return of civilian rule in Pakistan, a series of clashes between Parliament and the Supreme Court has raised concern that the same judiciary celebrated for challenging the military regime-while invokin...

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    .... Kerala. The open prison in the state of Kerala on the .... The prison is situated on 300 acres of land, and there are no fences or surveillance towers. ... State Human Rights Commission on jail reforms chaired by Justice A.N. Mulla in the early 1980s, ...

  • Revolutionary movements in South Africa and elsewhere in the world were founded on the need to remove political systems that were considered as the root cause of poverty and suppression. Today, South Africa is a sovereign state and poverty remains. As much as poverty was part of the Liberation Movement agenda, it may be considered as a trap in South Africa where the gap between the rich and the poor remains very wide. The xenophobic attacks in May 2008 have been attributed to poverty. The discourse of rural development centres on fighting rural poverty. However, there is no commonly shared definition of both rural development and rural poverty. To further complicate the discourse, there is no consensus on how to measure both phenomena. Fighting rural poverty demands wisdom for it involv...

    ...Commercial banks and other landing institutions have been known to demand collateral ...The paper places hope in land reforms in South Africa. The agrarian question has its ...Research in Kerala and West Bengal in India, Peru, Nicaragua, ...

  • ... total membership of more than 200,000 in the land of Gandhi. Rotary has grown by 55 percent there ...: There are twice as many Rotary clubs in Kerala as there are in Kansas.) As of July 1, the new ... groups that helped drive progressive reforms in the twentieth century, or the once-thriving ...

  • ...BINDING: Hardcover. SERIES: Land reforms in India; v.11. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS ..., Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Orissa, ...

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