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NGO Rang De's peer to peer lending platform on internet makes big out of small
Business Standard India

NGO Rang De's peer to peer lending platform on internet makes ...

Jyoti Vishnu Savade lives in Yavatmal, Maharashtra. She needs Rs 15,000 to expand her business of supplying daily tiffins to office-goers. Pramila Bag is a paddy cultivator from Sambalpur, Orissa. She needs Rs 12,000 for crop cutting, labour and ... Business Standard India, 1 month ago

Managing Health

The Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR) Society has been at the forefront of health and hospital management, research and training since the early 80s. Its south campus situated in Bangalore, which was established in 2004, has ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

IRP distributes items worth Rs 3.41 lakh under CAP

Excelsior Correspondent Students of Naveen Shiksha Kendra High School, Bala Enclave, Channi-Himmat holding uniforms while posing for a group photograph. JAMMU, Jan 21: IRP Range Jammu through IRP-14th Battalion Channi-Himmat, Jammu organized ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago

Explained: Lens on NGOs

The Centre told the Supreme Court this week that it wanted to stop grants to NGOs who fail to file their income-expenditure statements. The court asked if it should pass an order to that effect, following which the counsel for the government asked ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago
The Week

Coasting along

Pain and exasperation still haunt Sumati Ravichandran, 47, of Tata Nagar in Akkaraipettai near Nagapattinam. People come, hear my sob story and go, she says. What am I going to get by telling it again? Please go away. Short and stout, with her ...
 The Week1 month ago

AICC meeting to be held March

The Congress on Friday indicated of holding an AICC meeting expectedly in March next against the backdrop of the electoral setbacks it had received and a debate going on within the party about ideological and leadership issues and a strategy to face the ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
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A Vision of Victory

How India won the Blind World Cup in cricket Earlier this year, the Indian blind cricket team was in turmoil. With the Blind World Cup in South Africa less than nine months away, a tournament India has never won, the Indian team's most ...
 Open1 month ago

Left To The Lord

Imagine a situation now where every person who once voted for the Congress can no longer vote for the BJP or vice-versa. If a person has the right to change his political affiliation, why can't he have the right to change his religious identity? ...
 Outlook India1 month ago

Crafts bazaar to offer Tibetan artisans' products

The annual Dastkari Haat crafts bazaar, which will start from Jan 1, 2015 here, will not only bring the finest handicrafts from across the country, but will also offer intricate handicrafts from Tibet. To be held at Dilli Haat, the 29th edition ...
 ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Minorities in India 'face hostile climate'

Major row erupted this week over the alleged conversion of 300 Muslims in Agra New Delhi: Religious minorities in India have not forgotten the waves of communal violence that killed thousands in the previous decade, and neither have human rights ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Minorities face heat, apprehensive of future  Gulf News1 month ago
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