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MHA Restores FCRA Licence Of ‘Missionaries Of Charity’

Jan 08, 2022 PTI

MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) official said that with the restoration of the FCRA licence, the Kolkata-based famed organisation ‘Missionaries Of Charity’will be able to receive foreign funds, and can also spend the money lying in the banks.

MHA Restores FCRA Licence Of Missionaries Of Charity, Can Receive Foreign Fundings Again

Jan 08, 2022 Outlook Web Desk

A home ministry official said that with the restoration of the FCRA licence, the Kolkata-based famed organisation will be able to receive foreign fundings and can also spend the money lying in the banks.


Missionaries Of Charity Is Not The Only One To Have Lost Foreign Contribution Licence

The FCRA rules have been tightened several times under the Narendra Modi regime throttling NGOs and blocking funds.

Mother Teresa's Charity Row | Is Christianity Being Attacked In India?

Dec 29, 2021 Shreya Basak

Does Rajya Sabha MP P Chidambaram's comment on the government's stance towards the Missionaries of Charity, and other incidents indicate rising discrimination against Christians?


Congress Leader P Chidambaram Targets Govt Over FCRA Registration Refusal

Congress leader P Chidambaram said ‘in the case of MoC, it reveals bias and prejudice against Christian charity work. After Muslims, Christians are the new target of the Hindutva brigade’.

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27 December, 2021

Home Ministry Refused FCRA Renewal Application Of Missionaries Of Charity

Outlook Web Desk

The MHA said the application for the renewal of FCRA registration of MoC was refused on December 25 for not meeting the eligibility conditions under the FCRA 2010 and the Foreign Contribution Regulation Rules (FCRR) 2011.


05 March, 2021

OCI Cardholders Will Need Permission For Tabligh, Journalistic Activities: Centre Issues Fresh Guidelines

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An official from the Union Home Ministry said these rules were part of the 'brochure' published by it in 2019 and were recently consolidated and notified.


26 November, 2019

Why Is There No Saint From North India?

R.V. Smith

Despite the importance of Delhi and Agra in the field of missionary work, none of the illustrious priests has been elevated to the rank of Cardinal


11 March, 2019

Director Seema Upadhyay Announces Biopic On Nobel Laureate Mother Teresa

Outlook Web Bureau

An official biopic on Nobel laureate Mother Teresa was announced on Monday. Written and directed by Seema Upadhyay, the film will have a cast of Indian and international actors.


17 July, 2018

Maneka Gandhi Orders Inspection Of 'Missionaries Of Charity' Child-Care Homes

Outlook Web Bureau

Taking cognisance of the cases of alleged illegal adoptions carried out by the MoC in Jharkhand, Gandhi has ordered all the states to get the child-care homes run by the organisation inspected immediately, the ministry said in a statement.


06 July, 2018

Rot Has Set Into Missionaries Of Charity After Mother Teresa’s Death: Activist

Pragya Singh

Baidyanath, the activist who is responsible for an FIR against three centres of the Missionaries of Charity in Ranchi where children were found to be bought and sold, says he smelt a rat four years ago.


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A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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