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Jul 04, 2016
Nobel laureates and Greenpeace cross swords over genetically-modified cropsMore than 100 Nobel Laureates in an open letter to Greenpeace, demanded the environmental group to "abandon" its campaign against GMOs.
Jun 10, 2016
'Water guzzler': Coal power in India cost cos Rs 2,400 cr in five months, says GreenpeaceTerming the coal power sector a "water guzzler", Greenpeace India on Thursday claimed that water scarcity in various parts of the country caused it an estimated revenue loss of over Rs 2,000 crore in the first five months this year.
Jun 09, 2016
Rights groups say culling won't help lessen human-animal conflictAnimal rights bodies expressed "shock" over the environment ministry's stand saying such killings will not help mitigate human-animal conflict.
Jun 07, 2016
India's nuclear disaster emergency plans are 'outdated', claims GreenpeaceIndia's nuclear disaster emergency plans are "not in line with international standard" and some interventions set by Indian nuclear regulator in case of an emergency provide "inadequate" protection against possible radiation, Greenpeace India claimed on Tuesday.
Jun 03, 2016
Gulbarg Society convictions show how desperately we need civil society organisationsThursday's conviction of 24 people involved in the Gulbarg Society massacre should tell us how integral a vibrant civil society is to the functioning of a democracy, especially when political systems that are supposed to protect us are instead complicit in such violence
Jun 02, 2016
From Greenpeace to Ford Foundation: Modi govt's controversial crackdown on NGOsAs the Modi government completes its two years at the center, one of the major criticisms it has drawn is in its handling of the international organisations, more specifically, NGOs run by international bodies or funded by same in India.
Jun 02, 2016
Indira Jaising calls #NGOClampdown 'intimidating tactic' by govtSenior advocate and former Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Indira Jaising’s NGO, Lawyers Collective (LC) was served a notice suspending its FCRA registration for six months on Monday by the Home Minstry. It has barred the association from receiving any foreign funds.
May 11, 2016
Govt vs NGOs: Anand Joshi case reopens festering wounds of mistrustThere have been suggestions that NGOs be brought under RTI to ensure transparency and accountability but the Joshi case proves there is too much animosity.
Apr 18, 2016
Activists protesting air pollution fit London statues with gas masksArray
Apr 05, 2016
Greenpeace India slams PM Modi's National Air Quality Index, says it has 'several flaws'Greenpeace India said "flaws still remain" in the National Air Quality Index while accessibility of data on air pollution continues to be "skewed".