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How India treats its NGOs

Maja Daruwala | June 16, 2014 12:12 am The report suggests that the activities of some not-for-profits account for a 2 to 3 per cent loss in the GDP. (Pradeep Yadav) SUMMARY True democracies celebrate involvement of citizens, make consultation a… Continue Reading →

Is Intelligence Bureau targetting NGOs that could oppose Narendra Modi?

Saturday, 14 June 2014 – 2:35pm IST | Agency: DNA Parth MN    Image for representational purposes only. RNA Research & Archives India’s Intelligence Bureau (IB) and Prime Minister Narendra Modi seem to have one thing in common: both have high regard for Modi. Modi,… Continue Reading →

Download Leaked IB report – report bid to stifle dissent, activists say

NGO Report_leaked IB report Foreign funding of NGOs: Intelligence Bureau report bid to stifle dissent, activists say TNN | Jun 14, 2014, 05.16 AM IST   The report claims Udayakumar, who was active in the protests against the Kudankulam nuclear plant, had… Continue Reading →

IB’s NGO-scare report to Modi plagiarises from old Modi speech #WTFnews

Written by Jay Mazoomdaar | New Delhi | June 13, 2014 9:10 am   At the office of one of the NGOs in New Delhi. (Source: Express photo by Oinam Anand) SUMMARY When asked of the IB had asked for permission to… Continue Reading →

Six Delhi NGOs in IB watchlist say thank you for noticing us

Written by Amitav Ranjan , Shalini Narayan | New Delhi | June 13, 2014 4:41 am SUMMARY The document claimed INSAF used foreign funds during 2009-12 to pay “at least 15 non-FCRA and 26 FCRA organisations.   Govt questionnaire to Greenpeace on foreign funding… Continue Reading →

#India – Political funding kept out of #CSR ambit

HINDU  BUREAU New norms take away corporates’ discretion on the spending NEW DELHI, FEBRUARY 27:   Corporate India may not have the liberty of deciding the activities on which they will spend their CSR (corporate social responsibility) funds. The final… Continue Reading →

#India- In the name of the poor #Aadhaar #UID

_ The Statesman 28 Jul 2013 Usha Ramanathan In the beginning, and for some time thereafter, the UID project based its claims of legitimacy on the ‘inclusion’ of the poor. In marketing the project, phrases such as giving identity to… Continue Reading →

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