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Intel Report Targets Green Groups
New Indian Express

India's Intelligence Bureau targets civil society groups

A report by India's internal intelligence agency, the Intelligence Bureau (IB), targets 22 civil society groups opposing GMOs, nuclear power plants, coal-fired power plants, mines and hydro-power projects. The report accuses the activists of ... Council of Canadians, 4 weeks ago
Intel Report Targets Green Groups New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago

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City Limits, 1 month ago
National Geographic

Indian Civil SocietyUnder Threat

Maatschappelijke organisaties India bedreigd Indian civil society under threat De Indiase 'Inlichtingendienst' beweert dat door buitenlandse organisaties gefinancierde NGO's ontwikkeling belemmeren - Activisten ontkennen en zien het als poging om ...
 India Committee of the Netherlands1 month ago Rare Indian Bird Threatened  National Geographic2 weeks ago India's real Kurukshetra  Livemint.com1 month ago
DNA

IB report an attempt to muzzle civil society, says Greenpeace

Greenpeace India, which has reportedly come under the Intelligence Bureau's (IB) lens, has rejected allegations that it is working to derail the Indian economy. According to media reports, the Bureau had allegedly called Greenpeace India a threat ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago India Labels Greenpeace A Threat To National Economic Security  Daily Caller1 month ago IB report to PMO designed to muzzle civil society voices against current model of growth in India: #Greenpeace  DNA1 month ago Greenpeace junks Intel Bureau report  The Freepress Journal1 month ago

Wars only beget wars. Just look at Iraq, Syria and Ukraine: Satish Kumar

Fifty years ago, a young Indian monk-turned-activist undertook a Utopian peace walk to the capitals of the world's four nuclear nations. He and his companion then offered 'Peace Tea' to leaders: they were to make a fresh cup if they felt like ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago
Outlook India

Hope India Won't Start Using State Power To Muzzle Civil Society

South Africa-born Kumi Naidoo , executive director of Greenpeace International since 2009, believes civil obedience to be a much greater problem than civil disobedience. People too readily accept government policies and pronouncements, says the man ...
 Outlook India1 month ago War And Green Peace  Outlook India1 month ago
Nuclear Threat Initiative

Pakistani Leader Said Intent on Developing New Nuclear 'Understanding' with India

Pakistani Rangers, seen in black uniform, and Indian Border Security Force personnel, in khaki, perform the "flag off" ceremony at the Pakistan-India Wagah border post in January 2013. Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is said interested in ...
 National Journal16 hours ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

Israeli onslaughts force Indian people, irrespective of religion, took to streets: Report

Zarif, Ashton end talks, issue joint statement to extend talks- 3 hours ago Zarif: Iran, G5+1 agree to extend nuclear talks- 4 hours ago Iranian FM calls for EgyptĖˆs greater role on Gaza- 6 hours ago Iran, G5+1 agree to extend nuclear ...
 Islamic Republic News Agency1 week ago

Mixing religion with politics

The idea of India, a democratic, pluralistic and egalitarian society, will be endangered Only the Holy Quran joins them. Otherwise Shias and Sunnis, the two sects of Muslims, are poles apart. Their estrangement towards each other is as ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago
Quartz

Actually, the nuclear family is on the decline in India

Between 2001 and 2011, the Indian economy grew at an average rate of 7.4% a year, bringing in its wake increasing prosperity, jobs, and a surge in migration from villages and towns to cities. The theory was that the demographic shift would ...
 Quartz1 month ago
MedIndia

India Outsources Chores Due to Shift in Servant Culture

Do you need someone to pick your shopping bags, deliver presents to someone or take an elderly relative to the hospital? These are just some of the requests received by Mumbai start-up "Get My Peon", one of the new Indian companies offering to ...
 MedIndia3 days ago India outsources chores as servant culture shifts  CTV News4 days ago Get My Peon flourishes as India servant culture shifts  Malay Mail5 days ago Indians outsourcing daily tasks as employing in-house staff becomes costly  Khaleej Times1 week ago
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