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Sep 08, 2017
Limited access to capital, gender bias biggest challenges for Indian women entrepreneursA lot of women either do not have access or are not aware of the opportunities.
Jul 18, 2017
Over 1,000 NGOs blacklisted for misusing foreign funds: Kiren RijijuOver 1,000 NGOs have been barred from receiving foreign aid after they were found "mis-utilising" such funds, Union minister Kiren Rijiju informed the Lok Sabha on Tuesday.
Jun 29, 2017
The DELTA program by Tata Trusts uses data and technology to drive rural developmentDELTA is a system for collecting information from villages, government departments, as well as providing analysis of the collected information.
May 20, 2017
Maharashtra govt to form 'good morning' squads to check open defecation in the stateThe Maharashtra government has decided to form squads in a bid to curb open defecation across the state.
May 02, 2017
UN review should call on India to stop targeting NGOs: Human Rights WatchAhead of India's quadrennial review by the UN's human rights body, a rights group has said the international community should call on India to stop targeting NGOs for criticising the government and demanded action for prosecuting vigilante attacks on minorities.
Apr 26, 2017
Supreme Court asks Centre to make a law to regulate NGOs, disbursal of funds to themThe Supreme Court on Wednesday asked the Centre to consider making a law to regulate NGOs, disbursal of funds to them.
Apr 07, 2017
Making the stage a safe spaceBoth artists consider the stage to be a home and a safe space for them to share their unique filters with an audience.
Mar 31, 2017
Microsoft Philanthropies has contributed $10 million to India in cash and tech investments in 2016Microsoft Philanthropies, created a year ago, on Thursday said it has contributed a total of over $10 million towards community development in India last year.
Jan 20, 2017
Teesta Setalvad's memoir shows us how violence has marred and vitiated the country she grew up inHowever, the strength of Setalvad’s memoir lies in her skill of pointing out small but crucial details of the massacre which were apparently overlooked by the Special Investigation Team probing the Gujarat violence
Jan 11, 2017
Executive vs judiciary is good for democracy but who foots the bill for stalemate?The government needs to set up a system to respond faster to litigations before the courts, especially when it's party to over 46 percent of the cases that are currently pending in Indian courts