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Government versus NGOs: FCRA to protect transparency and preve...

By Rohini Mohan This April, about 30,000 nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), foundations and societies dependent on foreign donations faced a quandary as their five-year Foreign Contributions (Regulation) Act (FCRA) registration expired. Economic Times, 2 hours ago

The myth of the Magna Carta

The Magna Carta was not quite a grand demand for equality, freedoms and rule of law but just a narrow demand for restricting the ruler’s powers to ring fence the interests of the elite. But its consequences greatly expanded over the centuries into a charter, which guarantees individual liberties, equality and justice to all, irrespective of race, religion and class, says Mohan Guruswamy. We now take our liberties and rights for granted, and the way of life it guarantees us as inherent.
 Rediff.com5 days ago
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Economic growth: Adding some water to the milk!

In the year since UPA went out, the GDP has grown a mere 0.5 per cent, but this government claims a healthy GDP growth of 7.4 per cent, allowing it to ecstatically claim outpacing China, says Mohan Guruswamy. The Russians have a great joke on every misfortune they have to endure. One of the best I have heard is about Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev and Brezhnev traveling together on a train when it unexpectedly stops. Then come suggestions to fix the problem. Lenin suggests a subbotnik or day of ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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Shifting people from Bharat to India

Modi is as divorced from reality as Manmohan Singh. He might want to sound expansive and visionary, but to be credible he must have his feet on the ground and know the reality around him. Instead of delivering irrelevant homilies to small and hence poor farmers, the prime minister should be thinking in terms of creating a huge demand for alternative employment, mainly in the construction sector, and his promised hundred new cities is a capital idea, says Mohan Guruswamy. In his speech to a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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India: One year after change of the political guard

Varanasi, India - Millions of Indian voters helped Prime Minister Narendra Modi rise to power last May when he promised to overhaul the economy, end corruption, and create jobs in the country. Modi sought a mere On Tuesday, the one year ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 month ago

Minister for organic relationship between Govt and think tanks

20 May 2015 From April 27-29, Observer Research Foundation along with Brookings India and University of Pennsylvania organised a Round Table on Think Tanks, Public Policy and Governance: Ideas, Analysis, Innovation and Impact, ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Pakistan: Neutrality in Yemen and Arabian displeasure

Sridhar Ramaswamy 15 May 2015 Analysis During the recent crisis in Yemen, between the Houthis and the nine-nation military coalition led by the Saudis, a joint sitting of Pakistan's Parliament voted against joining the Saudi-led ...
 Observer India1 month ago

Spotlight: China-India relations to take on new look

Relations between China and India, boosted by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to China, would take on a new look through substantial and new bilateral cooperation in wide-ranging fields in future. Chinese President Xi Jinping received ...
 China.org.cn1 month ago China-India relations to take on new look  China.org.cn1 month ago
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Britain's greatest battle not Waterloo or D-Day, but Imphal-Kohima, India

A military cemetery in Kohima, India. Credit Gardiner Harris/The New York Times Soldiers died by the dozens, by the hundreds and then by the thousands in a battle here 70 years ago. Two bloody weeks of fighting came down to just a few yards across ...
 Sott.net1 month ago

Fresh Talent Shines in Vajrakaya

Director A Harsha, whose much-anticipated outing, Vajrakaya, which will be heading for the censors sometime next week and could hit the screens on June 5, seems to have struck on a magical formula. While his film's main pillar is the much talented ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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