Philanthropic funds take different route
The stereotype of the businessman who gives money to the local temple or sets up a school is beginning to break down
New Delhi: It sounds like a simple choice: in a country where 270 million people live in serious poverty—on less than ₹ 30 a day—would you rather give money to a child for a place in school and a nutritious lunch or to a Delhi-based research institution producing legislative briefs for politicians?
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