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Know from where NGOs are getting foreign funds to promote religious conversion, stoke communal tension

Know from where NGOs are getting foreign funds to promote religious conversion, stoke communal tension

Last year, a total of 69 NGOs were blacklisted by the government from receiving foreign funds.

Home ministry official Anand Joshi, held on graft charge, gets bail

A court here on Tuesday granted bail to suspended Home Ministry undersecretary Anand Joshi in a graft case, but warned him of bail cancellation if any of the conditions imposed by it was violated.

FCRA notices to NGOs: Court grants bail to MHA official Anand Joshi

A special court Tuesday granted bail to Home Ministry official Anand Joshi, who was arrested for allegedly issuing FCRA notices arbitrarily to several NGOs for financial gains, observing that the accused cannot be put in jail for an indefinite period.

CBI to produce MHA official Anand Joshi in court today

Home Ministry Under Secretary Anand Joshi was arrested in connection with issuance of Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) notices arbitrarily to NGOs for financial gains.

MHA official Anand Joshi, under scanner for FCRA notices to NGOs, arrested by CBI

MHA official Anand Joshi, under scanner for FCRA notices to NGOs, arrested by CBI

A case has been registered against Anand Joshi by CBI in connection with Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010, notices to NGOs.

MHA Under Secretary Anand Joshi, accused of corruption, leaves home 'in search of peace'

MHA Under Secretary Anand Joshi, accused of corruption, leaves home 'in search of peace'

Anand Joshi, Under Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs, who stands accused of corruption and murky dealings with certain NGOs, has reportedly left his home.

China imposes controversial new controls on foreign NGOs

China`s Communist-controlled legislature passed a law imposing new regulations on foreign non-government organisations on Thursday, authorities said.

Manohar Parrikar feels Goa's green NGOs target issues selectively

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar feels that the local green NGOs agitate on selective issues, mainly targeting the developmental projects in the state.

Performance-based ratings for environment NGOs: Prakash Javadekar

 Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar said on Tuesday that the government would come out with a new ranking system based on the performance of NGOs working in the field of environment, an official statement said.

Don't work against government: Union minister Kiren​ Rijiju warns global NGOs

Don't work against government: Union minister Kiren​ Rijiju warns global NGOs

 Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju has accused Greenpeace of inciting protests against industrial projects and has warned global activists and aid organizations not to work against the government.

White House sends tough message on NGOs as Xi Jinping visits

A top White House official hosted US non-governmental groups who face tough new Chinese security laws, a high-profile statement of concern as Xi Jinping arrived in the United States.

NGOs want PM Modi to visit Bhopal gas disaster site

Non-governmental organisations working for 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy victims have urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit the disaster site here and discuss issues of compensation and toxic waste disposal.

DNA: How Special Olympics Bharat usurps winning amounts of children

How Special Olympics Bharat usurps winning amounts of children

Operation Khel uncovers scam by Special Olympics Bharat organisation

Check out the scam by Special Olympics Bharat organisation uncovered by Operation Khel.

Operation Khel uncovers scam by Special Olympics Bharat organisation-Part 2

Check out the scam by Special Olympics Bharat organisation uncovered by Operation Khel.

Cambodia passes law to regulate NGOs despite concerns

Cambodia passed on Monday a contentious law to regulate non-governmental organisations (NGOs) which government critics fear will be used to muzzle opposition.

NGOs asked to adopt wards in hospital, improve cleanliness

Terming NGOs as "active partners" in spreading awareness on health issues, the Union Health Ministry Thursday invited them to adopt a ward or a section in the three government-run hospitals in the city to help improve cleanliness and amenities in the institutions.

US conveyed to India concern over crackdown on NGOs

The United States is understood to have conveyed its concern over India's crackdown on various NGOs and donors, including US-based Ford Foundation.

Five NGOs to secure 100 elephant corridors in India

Five NGOs to secure 100 elephant corridors in India

 Five NGOs have come together to raise 20 million pounds for securing 100 elephant corridors in India by 2025 to curb increasing fragmentation of forests as well as human-elephant conflict, it was announced on Wednesday.

Government plans to cancel FCRA registration of Teesta's NGOs

Government plans to cancel the registration of two NGOs of social activist Teesta Setalvad for alleged violations of Foreign Currency Regulation Act.