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Introduction and Overview 1 1ar Mohcan Vthzo APPROACHLS TO RiSETTriEMENU T MANAGrEMENT 1 Resettlement Management Deying or Confronting Risks Mich'ae M. Corea t 9 2. Voluntary Resettiement in World Bank-Fi anced Pri ects Reducing Impoveristhment Risks fi he Affected People tsm ii Scrageldin 45 3. Newo Livelihoods for Old Restoring Incomes Lost due to inxoluntarv Resettlement 1Iari Mohaun Matfur 67 PtOLICY ANI IEGAL IRAMErORK 4. The Resetlemenlt ald Rehabilitation Prlicy of India V CL Sa nta 99 5. The Kanlataca Resettlemei t of Pr ojet Di placed Persons Act, 1987 A Critica! Perspective fK -ameh and Forancu is A. Joseph 124 6. The Land Acquisition Laws in n dia An Over.iew with SomSe SuggestiOns fori Amendime Siiia Dasu 1 s 37 PLANING ANND MANAGEMENT ISSUES "7 Large Dam Resettlement Planning and Implementation ssues Mainder Gill 173 8. Urban Development and Involuntary Resettlement Har Mohan Mat th 195 9. Gender Focus in Resettlement Planning Mahika Bas( 214 10 Government-NGO Colaboraion in Resettlemeni and Rehabilitation An NGO View Achlrut Das 220 11. Monitoring Resettlement Operations Gordon Applehv 243 PROJECT IMPLMEN TATION EXPERIENCES 12. Hyderabad Water Supply and Sanitation Project Lessons Lear nd D)avid M'arden and Shvmra Salur k.. 257 3. Managing Social ssues in EIxtractive Industry Issues and Lessons from Iodia Coai Sector Envir onental and Social Mitigation Projec Moham med Hasar 284 14. The U pper Krislna Project Recent Imprivermenrs but Resettlement stil Elusive S. f Jaamd a 303 Notes on Contributors 316