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Myanmar in Transition: Implications for India

The Churches and Social Change in Northeast India

Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, Vol. 8, No 1 (New Series) April-June 2009, pp. 33-39
Elections 2009: Development Issues, Secularism and Religion

An unpublished article on the
Rehabilitation and Land Acquisition Acts

Agenda-Infochange. No. 12, 2008, pp. 8-12.
Paying the Price of Someone Else’s Development

Agenda No. 11, March 2008, pp. 1-5.
Land as Livelihood vs Land as Commodity in India

Land, Environmental Degradation and Conflicts in North Eastern India

Himal Southasia, February 1, 2007. ANALYSIS
Assam: Halting the peace process?
In the realm of Assamese aspirations, there are important distinctions between ‘independence’ and ‘sovereignty’.

Published as a Monograph by
Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group
, Kolkata, 2008
The 2006 Rehabilitation Draft: More of the Same?

Paper presented at the International Conference on
The Emerging Woman in the Indian Economy.
Christ College, Bangalore, November 26-27, 2007.
Development-Induced Displacement: The Class and Gender Perspective

Michael M. Cernea and Hari Mohan Mathus (ed). 2008.
" Can Compensation Prevent Impoverishment?
Reforming Resettlement through Investments and Benefit-Sharing."
Oxford University Press, pp. 181-207.
India's Forced Displacement Policy and Practice
Is Compensation up to its Functions?
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Gurdeep Singh, David Laurence and Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt (eds). Managing the Social and Environmental Consequences of Coal Mining in India. Dhanbad: The Indian School of Mines University, pp. 333-344.
Mines, Mining and Displacement in India

Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection, 71 (1), January 2007, pp. 43-51.
Internally Displaced Persons: Challenge to Human Dignity

Social Action 55 (n. 2, April-June), pp. 123-137.
REHABILITATION AS A RIGHT: WHERE IS THE POLICY?

Economic and Political Weekly 39 (n. 12, March 20-26), pp. 1191-1193.
Rehabilitation Policy for the Displaced

Economic and Political Weekly. 40 (n. 30), pp. 3237-3240.
The IMDT Act and Immigration in North Eastern India

For the 60th Anniversary of Indian Independance
August 15, 2007
The Indian Indigenous Peoples for Sixty Years
Part I: Tribals and National Development
Part II: Development and Tribal Identity

The Sentinel, 19th December 2006.
DISPLACEMENT AND THE INVESTORS' NEED

Vidyajyoti Journal of Theological Reflection, February 2003.
ASSAM ADIVASIS: IDENTITY ISSUES AND LIBERATION

Economic and Political Weekly, Volume 39, Issue 42, October 16-22, 2004
LIMITS OF LAND ORDER APPROACH TO THE NORTH-EAST

A. K. Lal (ed). Social Exclusion. New Delhi: Concept publishers, 2003, pp. 42-54
DALITS AND RECENT ATTACKS ON THE MINORITIES

WHY NOT A COMMON CIVIL CODE?

Keynote Address, Workshop on Development-induced Displacement, Department of Political Science, Assam University, Silchar, Assam,
March 27, 2002
DEVELOPMENT DISPLACED AND THE RIGHT TO LIFE:
IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NORTHEAST

Development Induced Displacement: Sharing In the project Benefits

Prepared for International Jesuit Network on Debt, October 1998
INDIA'S FOREIGN DEBT: ITS IMPACT ON THE MARGINALISED

Staff and Faculty Seminar, Jnanadeepa Vidyapeeth, Pune, November 30, 2000
HUMAN RIGHTS: FOR THE RICH AND THE POOR

Paper Published in National Council of Churches Review 122
(n. 1, Jan-Feb), 2002 pp. 9-39.
LAND, WATER AND AIR AS COMMUNITY LIVELIHOOD: IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION

Paper presented at the National Seminar on Human Origins, Genome and People of India, New Delhi: Anthropological Survey of India,
March 22-24, 2004
FOREST ISSUES, FORESTDWELLERS AND EMERGING SITUATIONS

Silver Jubilee Lecture, GB Pant Institute of Social Sciences, Allahabad,
August 26, 2004, Published in May 2005.
North Eastern India: Land, Identity and Conflicts

Keynote Address: Seminar on The National Rehabilitation Policy and the Draft Tribal Policy.
Gauhati University, February 11-12, 2005.
IS THE REHABILITATION ACCEPTABLE AS A LIVELIHOOD ALTERNATIVE?

Paper presented at the National Seminar on Culture in the Northeast, Bagdogra:
North Bengal University, December 6-8, 2004, Under Print
Land Relations and Culture among the North Eastern Tribes

Economic and Political Weekly, 34 (n. 51, December 18-24 1999), pp. 3579-3582.
THE CONFICT IN THE NORTHEAST: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Towards Building up the Local Church: Priestly Ministry for 21st Century.
Published in 2005 Thomas Manjaly, Peter Haokip and James Thoppil (eds).

Shillong: Oriens Publications, pp. 170-178.
The Diocesan Priest as Facilitator of a Just Society

Social Action, 53 (n. 3, July-Sept), pp. 242-255
DEVELOPMENT DEPRIVED, THE ENVIRONMENT AND
THE LIVELIHOOD OF THE POOR IN THE NORTHEAST

General Musharraf’s Visit and the Future of Peace in South Asia

The Vishwabharati Quarterly, New Series 11 (n. 2, July-Sept), pp. 35-45.
RESEARCH TO SUPPORT PEOPLE’S ORGANISATION

Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies Volume 6: Tribal Situation in India.
Georg Pfeiffer and Deepak Kumar Behera (eds).

New Delhi: Concept Publishing Company, pp. 70-85.
DEVELOPMENT INDUCED DISPLACEMENT: IMPACT ON TRIBAL WOMEN

Paper presented at the National Assembly, Yesu Krist Jayanti 2000,
Bangalore, September 20-24, 2000.
INDIA’S SOCIO-ECONOMIC SITUATION AND THE POOR

 

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