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Daan Utsav: Viacom18, Piramal Foundation join ‘Hamara Station Hamari Shaan’ initiative
'Hamara Station Hamari Shaan’ is a joint initiative of Mumbai First and Make a Difference in collaboration with the Western and Central Railways. The initiative involves beautification of station areas through thematic paintings that capture the flavour of the station and its surroundings. The total paintable area is estimated to be close to one lakh
Alibaba Group launches Mission Million Books in India
Camel Art Foundation invites entries from professionals and students
Five Delhi hospitals asked to pay Rs 600 crore for refusing free treatment to the poor
CSR: Tax of the matter
Financial inclusion: Of opt-out options, RBI diktats, and banks' own foot-dragging
...all of this despite the RBI’s requirement that all banks open 25 per cent of their new branches in unbanked rural areas—and despite the age-old priority-sector lending norms. With financial inclusion being a mandate, we take a look at some of their work in this key area.
Where Is This Useless, Meandering Talk on Sustainability Taking Us?
Things NGOs do for the sake of religion, in the name of religion
CSR and Sustainability in India: Conversations, interactions, ideas, points of view, and challenges from Silver Circle Meet, Mumbai
Interlinking of rivers, or the fallacy of development agendas
The Purkal ministry of women and child development
With the State grappling with this risky and unpredictable asset, civil society intermediations are imperative to bridge that yawning gap between expectation and delivery. NGOs have a huge role to play in channelling this segment of the population. Whether this sort of dependency is desirable is a separate matter.
Caritas India: Good work needs to be seen and heard too
BoscoNet beneficiaries: They lived to tell their tale
Pradan and the Indian SHG movement
Inde et Nous: Small NGO, big commitments
CSR: Mahindra Rises for Good
Interestingly, unlike his corporate counterparts in the global North, Anand Mahindra does not believe in the Gates and Buffett school of corporate philanthropy. His take on it is that India ‘need(s) a billion givers rather than a billion dollars by a single giver’.
Show me a Hero
Tata Steel Rural Development Society: Creating sustainable means of living
Hitachi, living together with society
Pfizer India: Making healthcare its business
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