Regulations

Leveraging Bureaucracy for Effective Public Service Delivery

The Constitution of India divides the government into three branches – namely, the Legislature, Executive, and the Judiciary, with clearly defined roles and responsibilities. Legislature is responsible for law- making, and the executive takes care of policymaking and its execution. The public policies are elaborated and implemented through laws, rules, and regulations subject to review …

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Financial Regulations As Means To Force NGOs To Shut Down?

In 2020 the NDA government introduced new restrictions into the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act of 2010 [FCRA]. The new amendments curtail Indian Civil societies’ ability to receive foreign funds for their activities. The amendment makes it mandatory that to receive foreign funding a civil society must have a dedicated FCRA account in the State Bank …

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