ias100.in Official Website for Civil Services Chronicle IAS 100 IAS 100
Civil Services (Main) Examination, 2016 written result
You are here: Editorials
A regulatory body for civil society organisations
Over 11,319 NGOs have lost their FCRA licences this year. The incumbent government has come hard on funding from foreign donors to non-governmental organisations (NGO). It has rejected the applications for licence renewal under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 (FCRA). According to new FCRA, FCRA registration expires after 5 years, and has to be again renewed. There is a 50 per cent restriction on the amount of foreign funds to be used for administrative expenses. There is a need to create an autonomous, self-regulatory agency for civil society organisations like NGOs.

Read More

Share Button
Advertisement

Subscribe IAS100 Newsletter

 Editorials
»  The changing world order and its geopolitical implications
»  Yet another jihadi attack at a sufi shrine in pakistan
»  Finally an end to the winding road to justice
»  Facade of liberalism and politics today
»  Access to solar power becomes easier with declining SPV prices
»  Who will wear the crown in tamil nadu
»  H-1B visa and shadow of protectionism
»  Union budget 2017-18 how it fared
»  American carnage begins with trump presidency
»  Seeing the troubled times through gandhis lenses
»  Leaving behind the hottest year and looking forward
»  Popular sentiments for Jallikattu
»  Understanding the nuances Trump politics
»  A second role for Obama
»  Obamas legacy and Trumps agenda on afghanistan
More..» 
Name* :   
  E-mail* :   
  Mobile* :   

  Your Query* :

  
  
Home | About Us | Contact Us | Terms & Conditions | Refund Policy | Delivery Policy | Disclaimer | Copyright Policy | Privacy policy |
Partner sites :chronicleias.com | chronicleindia.in | cgmantra.in
 
GS Mains Test series 2017 View Details Prelims GS Online Course 2017View Details Prelims CSAT Online Course 2017View Details

Feedback

Please Give Your Valuable FEEDBACK To Serve You Better.

  *
  *
  *
  *
  *
Please enter security code, displayed below !
(Note: code should be entered in small letters)