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Land Question in Assam

The right to land was once deemed an inalienable right of the people. The colonial dispensation altered this equation, a practice that the postcolonial state persisted with. But threatened by the twin ravages of nature and the "acquisitive" forces of industrial capitalism, those dispossessed are beginning to fight back. In Assam, there has been a small beginning towards this.

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