How to define land to qualify for Boustead land project

The Land Registry Authority of India (LRAI) has announced the final definition of land under the Bharat Ratna (Amendment) Act, 2012 (BRAS), which allows the construction of mega projects.

The LRAI said that the project would include over 12,000 acres, including a power project, road and rail project.

The project will also have a total area of over 4,000 hectares.

The land can be designated under a special land-transfer agreement (SLTA).

According to the LRAJ, the total area is more than 9,000,000 sq. km, including over 14,000 villages, towns and hamlets.

The LRA will issue a list of all villages and towns within the proposed BRAS area and list of their proposed villages and their respective villages.

This is the first time that the LDAI has given a definitive definition of a project and its boundary lines.

The process has been taken up by the LMA and the LGA, which are the departments of land.

The government had earlier said that it would be finalised by October next year.