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Land Reforms in Karnataka

Tenancy reforms in Karnataka have not made a substantive dent in the skewed land distribution pattern in the state, and the surplus area distributed to the landless has been rather small. Further reforms are needed, especially with regard to updating the record of rights to determine landholding patterns and identifying surplus lands.

Administering Land Reforms in Karnataka

in Karnataka S V Deshpande Vijayakumar Torgal An examination of the land distribution records and cases before the tribunal in Gutbarga district illustrates the fact that the implementation of land reforms suffers when the landed elite wield political power and there is no countervailing pressure from below.
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