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Supreme Court lens on land acquisition case again

IndiaTimes Monday, 28 September 2020
Six months after a five-judge bench settled vexed issues relating to land acquisition, the Supreme Court on Monday sought to reopen the matter relating to time period for payment of compensation to land owners, saying the bench had not settled this.​
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