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Land Reform and Rural Development-Highlights of a National Seminar

Development Highlights of a National Seminar T Haque G Parthasarathy LAND reform no longer appears 10 be considered a live issue in development planning and policy, notwithstanding the rhetoric displayed periodically in policy documents. This is during a period when peasant struggles for land and naxalism have been growing in their intensity In vast parts of the country. Such contradictory trends called for a reassessment of the role of land reform and its impact on agricultural and rural development. The Centre' for Agrarian Studies, NIRD held a national seminar during December 16-18, 1991 for this purpose.

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