Non-profits closing doors as India government cuts access to funds3 min read . Updated: 26 Jan 2017, 05:29 PM IST
The government has cancelled licenses for more than 200 non-profits, accusing them of engaging in 'anti-national' activities
New Delhi: A non-profit running schools for children from India’s lowest caste may run out of money to pay teachers in just months. A health institute in Bangalore is taking the government to court so it can continue its work, including anti-tobacco campaigns. A lawyers’ group wanted to know why it lost its license to receive foreign donations, only to be told the government was not obliged to explain why.
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