Modi's crush-western-NGO campaign begins

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  1. HariPrasad-1

    HariPrasad-1 Senior Member Senior Member

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    No, every human deserves enlightenment so we must try to enlighten them. Many will come in Hindu fold without they any effort like Christianity to convert. Sadguru and Shree shree are doing that in big way. Iskon is also doing it in big way.
     
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    We should invoke those provision against evil missionaries.
     
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    They don't need weed to become atheists. More educated they get, more atheists they become. I've seen many americans who are christians just on paper. Never went to church since they were kids.

    All this especially after they found out that santa wasn't real. LOL. They are really sensitive.
     
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    True. At least showing them the path to true enlightenment / goal of humanity should do the trick. After all, unlike christians, we not harvesting souls, we are pushing them towards freedom.
     
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    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Education specially for inquisitive & introverted people makes them atheist. Not only west but everywhere in world.
    The failure of religious values is directly proportional to success of education system.
     
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    There has to be some law to preserve India's native culture. That culture is not separate from Sanatan Dharma. Any attack on Dharma should be considered as anti Indian culture in nature.

    But the MLAs and SC are too much of pussies to do something about it.
     
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    Modern education, yes. This wasn't true in olden days when education and religion were intertwined with each other and were taught as one.
     
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    Indx TechStyle War Mongerer Veteran Member Senior Member

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    They weren't consistent either. Dharmics just didn't get as stupid as Abrahamics to even manipulate scientific facts. People used the fear of God & superstitions to rule over others. Philosophy changed with time, people became more vocal about their rights. Change came for good.


    Modern education system as a result of rational philosophy is far more effective tool to create a capable citizen.

    Anyways, Indian Culture is great (besides some useless values) and it should remain as peaceful & evolving as it has always been.
     
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    An article I read yesterday details the similarities in Croatian language and Sanskrit. They also called India as the "magical land". Shows how much influence we had over the world in those times.
     
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    Govt stops foreign funding to 156 NGOs for defying order

    Cracking the whip, the government has barred 156 NGOs from receiving foreign funds for six months for defying an order to open accounts in any of the 32 designated banks.

    The home ministry said about a year ago, it had directed all nongovernmental organisations (NGOs), business entities and individuals who receive funds from abroad to open accounts in any of the 32 designated banks for higher level of transparency.

    However, the latest order said that it has been observed that the associations have not yet opened their bank accounts in central government's Public Financial Management System (PFMS)-integrated banks and contravened the provisions of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010 by not complying with the December 2017 direction.

    "Now, therefore, in exercise of the power conferred by section 13 of the FCRA, 2010, pending consideration of cancellation of their certificates, the central government hereby, suspends the registration under FCRA 2010 of the said associations (including their branches and units) for a period of one hundred and eighty days..," the latest directive said.

    Suspension of the FCRA registration means the NGOs and entities cannot accept funding from abroad, an official said. The directive to the NGOs, companies and individuals to open foreign contribution accounts in banks, which are integrated with the central PFMS, was given for a higher level of transparency and hassle-free reporting compliance.

    The FCRA 2010 provides for the regulation of acceptance of the foreign funds or foreign hospitality by certain individuals, associations, organisations and companies "to ensure that such contributions or hospitality is not being utilised for the activities detrimental to the national interest", the ministry had said.

    The 32 designated banks where individuals, NGOs and other entities can open their accounts are Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank, ICICI Bank, The Cosmos Co-Operative Bank, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India, South Indian Bank, IDBI Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Karur Vysya Bank, Tamilnad Mercantile Bank Ltd, The Catholic Syrian Bank Ltd, HDFC Bank, UCO Bank, IndusInd Bank Limited, City Union Bank and Syndicate Bank.
    Allahabad Bank, The Jammu and Kashmir Bank Ltd, Punjab National Bank, Allahabad UP Gramin Bank, DCB Bank Ltd, Manipur State Co-op Bank, Vijaya Bank, Bombay Mercantile Co-operative Bank Ltd, Yes Bank, Oriental Bank Of commerce, Dena Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Andhra Bank and Axis Bank are the others.

    The PFMS, which functions under the Controller General of Accounts in the ministry of finance, provides a financial management platform for all plan schemes, a database of all recipient agencies, integration with core banking solution of banks handling plan funds, integration with state treasuries and efficient and effective tracking of fund flow to the lowest level of implementation for plan scheme of the government.

    It also provides information across all plan schemes or implementation agencies in the country on fund utilisation leading to better monitoring, review and decision support system to enhance public accountability in the implementation of plan schemes

    Introduction of the PFMS resulted in effectiveness and economy in public finance management through better cash management for government transparency in public expenditure and real-time information on resource availability and utilisation across schemes.

    It also resulted in improved programme administration and management, reduction of float in the system, direct payment to beneficiaries and greater transparency and accountability in the use of public funds.

    The Narendra Modi-led government tightened the rules for NGOs and took action against all such entities for violation of various provisions of the FCRA 2010 which include non-filing of annual returns as mandated in the law.

    Last month, the Home Ministry had served show cause notice to 1,775 entities for their "failure" to submit annual income and expenditure statement on foreign funding for up to six years

    https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com...m&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=TOIIndiaNews
     
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    Modi Govt can end foreign funding of Religious NGOs within one day by a Circular. But it does not do so and just shakes it's stick in the air once in a while.
     
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    Modi Govt can end foreign funding of Religious NGOs within one day by a Circular. But it does not do so and just shakes it's stick in the air once in a while.
     
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    For that to happen, The word "Secular" has to be removed and reset to Pre-emergency constitution.
     
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    There are NGOs in India that are simply front for foreign intelligence agencies. Any Indian who knowingly helps these NGOs is simply an enemy of the people of India.
     
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    That’s part of the game, all foreign agencies use NGOs as a front in their country of interest(including friendly countries).
     
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    Absolutely!

    Though, I am specifically talking about NGOs that seem to be more interested in disrupting progress and creating unrest than anything else.
     
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    True...
    These days our government especially Modi Government is taking the governance route to make the NGO's irrelevant. Improving the standard of living eliminates the need for majority of NGOs in the country.

    For example : This lady sunita narain gives far less interviews to NDTV during modi regime than before, because
    modi has made environment protection as part of the policy and implementing it too..

    now she limits her self to delhi pollution issues instead of entire country, she will fleece money on delhi pollution issue for atleast the next decade.
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