Wednesday, 10 March 2021

Germany’s Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung, its FCRA Connections, and Beyond

According to Encylopedia Brittanica, the Poland-born Rosa Luxemburg (1871-1919) was a German revolutionary and agitator who played a key role in the founding of the Polish Social Democratic Party and the Spartacus League which grew into the Communist Party of Germany. As a political theoretician, Luxemburg developed a humanitarian theory of Marxism, stressing democracy and revolutionary mass action to achieve international socialism. The world celebrated her 150th birth anniversary last week.


The Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS) was established in Germany in 1990 and seeks to represent democratic socialism with an unwavering internationalist focus. It is one of the six political foundations in Germany. [Note: Stiftung=Foundation in German].


RLS is affiliated with the German Left Political Party, Die Linke. Its chairperson is the Marxist intellectual and politician Dagmar Enkelmann. A Leftist organization (RLS) formed immediately after the reunification of Germany, this may have been to accommodate the various intellectual and activist elements of the erstwhile Communist Party and direct their energy outwards, ie, focus them outwards instead of causing internal dissent. One may compare this with the strategy of a middle Eastern country exporting its most extreme ideological elements for global jihad and direct their energies outwards.


Among the many causes in Asia that the RLS supposedly supports are: Social Justice, Climate Justice, Food Sovereignty and Migration. Among RLS’ sources of funds are: European Union and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany.


Given the above causes and the increased noise on these matters being raised by NGOs in India, it is vital that we examine the funding from RLS to India’s FCRA-NGOs.


This Post is devoted to such an examination.


We thank the FCRA Wing of the Ministry of Home Affairs for providing the FC4 returns online for anyone to view. This Post collates data from such returns as well as from websites of donors and donees and to a small extent from mainstream media. The Post makes no judgement on any entity or individual mentioned here. Deep insights on an earlier version of this Post offered by a well-wisher are also gratefully acknowledged.


Table 1 below, lists the recipient FCRA-NGOs of ‘donations’ from RLS-Germany over the last five years. Our observations on some of them are based on news articles as well their official documents. Through these and the nature of foreign funding, we attempt to understand RLS and its agenda for India.


Foreign ‘donations’ sent by Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung-Germany via FCRA during 2015-2020. Data for the year 2020 is in part. All amounts are in INR. Names of Chief Functionaries are as per 2018-19’s FC4 return. Data from http://fcraonline.nic.in


State

Reg No

Name

Location

Chief Functionary (2018)

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020*

DL

231650130

Programme for Social Action

Delhi

Xavier Dias



1166879




DL

231650186

Centre for Women's Development Studies

Delhi

Neetha Narayana Pillai



608809




DL

231650268

Sanchal Foundation

Delhi

AK Roy (Dunu)

2435900






DL

231660070

Centre for Workers Management

Delhi

Dithhi Bhattacharya

5232484






DL

231660337

World Comics India

Delhi

Sharad Sharma





489548


DL

231660773

Indian Institute of Dalit Studies

Delhi

Raosaheb K Kale



1536963

4034315

8387811

4245375

DL

231660846

INSAF

Delhi


139263

243448





DL

231661078

Society for Labour and Development

Delhi

Sonia Wazed

2083380

6158359

5806342

3948501



DL

231661130

Centre for Equity Studies

Delhi

Harsh Mander


1617213


1132411

2588836

1285884

DL

231661133

Kislay

Delhi

Sh Ramendra Kumar


355975

1313478

1622042

2050362

1569897

DL

231661299

Action Aid Association

Delhi

Sandeep Chachra





1876679


GJ

41910470

Centre for Labour Research and Action

Ahmedabad

Sudhir Kumar Katiyar





2494997

3374140

KA

94421549

Foundation for Agrarian Studies

Bengaluru

VK Ramachandran

4053335


5043138


5677142

4866070

MH

83790007

Tata Institute of Social Sciences

Mumbai

S Ramadorai


684353

1189548




MH

83930651

Equal Community Foundation

Pune

Ashlesha Onawale





558670


MH

84020002

Focus on the Global South

Mumbai

Syed Afsar Husaain Jafri

1282886

3566743

4473972

1179415


2166816

OR

104830304

Living Farms

Bhubaneswar

Debjeet Sarangi

749700

2183409

4072677

5347977

7071342

2137933

OR

104960035

Agragamee

Rayagada

Manmath Kundu


863640

3526130

3638786

3411091


RJ

125500001

Prayas

Chittorgarh

Preeti Oza


1023880

4341375


5598247


WB

147110593

Jadavpur University

Kolkata

Suranjan Das

2764768






WB

147120020

Institute for Motivating Self Employment

Kolkata

Dilip Kumar Ghosal

2098779






WB

147120624

Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group

Kolkata

Anita Sengupta

1085687

4101421

4295685

11372909




Total




21926182

20798441

37374996

32276356

40204725

19646115*



Observations

  1. Programme for Social Action (PSA) is an important entity, although it has received ‘donation’ from RLS only once in the last five years. Its Chief Functionary, Xavier Dias is a well known ‘activist, humanitarian and writer who is known for his work among Vanvasis in Jharkhand’, according to this piece in IDR. Xavier Dias is also the founder of the Bindrai Institute for Research and Social Action (BIRSA), which too is a FCRA-NGO, JH/337820004 whose current Chief Functionary is a Philan Horo.

After his college education, Xavier Dias was “working with AICUF – a national student organisation, as their National Programme Secretary, travelling to different universities across the country organising students”, which eventually took him to Jharkhand. In the above interview, he did not elaborate what AICUF is, but we note that AICUF stands for All India Catholic University Federation. Later, Dias worked with people in Jharkhand against mining in general (and uranium mining in particular). According to this wonderful report produced by Vidya Prasarak Mandal, Thane, Xavier Dias is a very close friend of Pradip Prabhu (alias Fr. Peter d’Mello) who is well known for his work done through his organization, Kashtakari Sanghatana in Palghar and surrounding areas.


In 2018-19, PSA received Rs. 3.17 Crore as total foreign contributions. Its donors were: Misereor (Germany’s Catholic Secular Organization -- see this Post on its footprint in India), AID-India (USA) (yet another entity which funds non-benign FCRA-NGOs, see our earlier Post), National Foundation of India (secondary transfer), Transnational Institute-Netherlands (recall that the Delhi-based Achin Vanaik, the so-called anti-nuclear activist was a long time Fellow of this Institute), Heinrich Boell Foundation-Germany, and American Jewish World Service.


This selection of a Catholic led ‘Liberation Theology’ NGO for funding by the German Catholic Church, by German Marxists and by Heinrich Boell Foundation, the international activist arm of the German Green Party, demonstrates the co-ordination between different arms of the German body politic in how they engage with foreign nations.

  1. Sanchal Foundation too has received ‘donations’ from RLS. In mainstream media, it is always referred to as ‘Hazards Centre’ and not as Sanchal Foundation. Its chief functionary is a famous Anubrotto Roy (popularly known as ‘Dunu Roy’). For further details, refer to this Post.

  2. Centre for Workers Management, whose chief functionary is a Dithhi Bhattacharya has also received ‘donations’ from RLS once. CWM receives foreign 'donations' from Unitarian Universalist Association, Fund for Global Human Rights-Washington DC, Action Aid etc. The postal address of New Trade Union Initiative (NTUI) matches that of CWM. Both appear to have common or revolving functionaries. Note that FCRA-2010 forbids Trade Unions from accessing FCRA. Yet, this charade continues. In this document produced in 2015 by the Centre for Development Innovation, part of the Dienst Landbouwkundig Onderzoek Foundation, The Netherlands, it is stated that “Barring Gautam Mody, CWM’s director until 2012, and who is now NTUI’s General Secretary, none of the other CWM board members are on NTUI’s board which indicates that the separation between CWM and any one other organisation, recommended since 2008, is slowly materialising.” Thus, at least at some point in time, NTUI and CWM could have been considered as one and the same. Some of the famous names of NTUI are: D. Thankappan, Sailen Bhattacharya, Gautam Mody, Sujata Mody etc..

  3. A quaint FCRA-NGO, World Comics India has received a small one-time ‘donation’ from RLS in 2019. WCI is founded and run by Sharad Sharma. WCI calls itself as a “Collective of grassroots activists, cartoonists, artists, development journalists who use comics as a communication tool”. It taught Rohingya ‘refugees’ in Delhi to draw comics, per this news item https://twitter.com/TimesNow/status/1235701121433456646 .

  4. Indian Institute of Dalit Studies has been a longstanding recipient of ‘donations’ from RLS. Although its FCRA Registration belongs to that of Delhi (231660773), its Darpan entry mentions it as being located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. A Prof. Raosaheb K Kale signs as its Chief Functionary, although Darpan lists Prof. Sukhadeo Thorat as the Chairman of the Board (Darpan data is likely to be outdated -- not surprising. When Planning Commission was dissolved/rechristened, this Darpan work should have been disbanded). RLS collaborates with IIDS in organizing workshops and conferences, including on ‘Studying inequality in India’.

  5. INSAF (Indian Social Action Forum) used to receive ‘donations’ from RLS. INSAF’s FCRA registration was ‘cancelled’ by the Ministry of Home Affairs, a few years ago. The same was contested by INSAF in the Supreme Court (iirc, in the Delhi High Court first), and the SC ‘read down’ the relevant clause of FCRA, based on which the registration was cancelled. Notwithstanding these, the FCRA website continues to mention that INSAF’s FCRA is ‘deemed to have ceased’.

  6. Next up in our list is Society for Labour and Development (SLD), Delhi. SLD works for the rights of women workers etc. We have no issues with that. In the past, it appears SLD has documented gender based violence and harassment of workers in factories (supply chains) supplying to leading international fashion chains such as GAP, H&M etc. SLD is not alone in such work. Several FCRA-NGOs in Tamil Nadu and Bengaluru carry out such work, on behalf of their foreign donors. It is anybody’s guess whether such gender based violence etc. are brought to the formal attention of local law enforcement agencies and whether closure is achieved. Given the lack of evidence for such a legal and local approach to alleged harassment at work (and bad working conditions), makes one suspect the handiwork of these FCRA-NGOs.

  7. Harsh Mander’s Centre for Equity Studies has been regularly receiving ‘donations’ from RLS. They work ‘together’ on labour rights, organize webinars on ‘pandemic and equity’, and on the political education of vulnerable groups’. RLS elaborates the work to study ‘sections of society that are being excluded or adversely included from equitable access to public goods.’ We are sure that neither RLS nor CES have ever worked on Article 30 of our Constitution which places non-minorities at a lower footing in terms of institutional autonomy with regard to laws of Government. So much for equity and inclusivity that RLS and CES scream about.

  8. Kislay is in Delhi and its website says that Ramendra Kumar and Anita Juneja are part of it. It supposedly produces studies focusing on unorganised, understudied and new forms of production, labour and social action. However, SRUTI (which itself is a FCRA-NGO, about which we have a lot to write, but that has to wait for another day) mentions these two individuals as founders of a Delhi Shramik Sangathan which supposedly works for the ‘empowerment’ of slum dwellers. The 2018-19 FC4 of Kislay mentions the RLS grant as one towards ‘examining the impact and political discourses on women migrants in India’. Kislay is known for its 2018 ‘report/book’ titledMigration and Women Casual Workers: A Study in Superexploitation”, which among other topics, discusses ‘Access to Public Distribution System (Food Ration)’ (page 16) and how migrant workers may hold Ration Cards of their home states and thus are unable to receive subsidised food in the locations of their work. The NDA Government has introduced and is pushing hard for the implementation of the ‘One Nation, One Ration’ scheme across all States, through biometric verification, which will *precisely* solve the issues that KISLAY has discussed. Yet, to the best of our knowledge, neither KISLAY nor their ilk have welcomed this enabling technology and its ability to enable migrant workers. Well, if the problem is solved, how can such reports to foreign ‘donors’ be produced? May be, that is the reason. KISLAY is no small FCRA-NGO. In 2018-19, it received Rs. 1.7 Crore foreign contributions from entities such as Unitarian Universalist Association (USA), RLS, Human Capability Foundation (UK) and American Jewish World Service.

  9. Action Aid Association is a well known entity. After a long hiatus, it has started receiving ‘donations’ from RLS in 2019-20. Going by this tender, it appears that the purpose is to study migrant workers.

  10. Centre for Labour Research and Action, Ahmedabad, run by Sudhir Kumar Katiyar is a FCRA-NGO to watch out for. Although it has started to receive ‘donations’ from RLS only since 2019, its work is being increasingly covered in mainstream media. Its first FCRA return was for the year 2015-16 when it reported Rs. Zero inflow. In 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, it reported inflows of Rs. 10.2 lakh, Rs. 15.7 lakh, and Rs. 17.7 lakh as total foreign ‘donations’. These amounts are very small, relatively speaking. However, it received windfalls of Rs. 25 lakh, Rs. 25 lakh, and Rs. 20 lakh in the three quarters of 2020, i.e., Jan-March, July-September and October-December; Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung being a major contributor. Just in the first half of 2020 alone, Sudhir Katiyar and his FCRA-NGO were featured in major mainstream media such as The Wire, New Indian Express, Times of India, Straits Times etc. in stories with headlines such as these: “Brick kiln workers suffer under debt”, “Coronavirus: Migrants want to return home, worried”, “Experts bat for states rescuing migrant workers stranded”, etc.

  11. Foundation for Agrarian Studies, Bengaluru has been regularly receiving ‘donations’ from RLS. It publishes a journal called ‘Review of Agrarian Studies’. This Foundation is run by Prof. VK Ramachandran. He is currently the Vice-Chair of the Kerala State Planning Board (the Chairperson being the Chief Minister of the State). In the Jan-Jun 2011 issue of the magazine ‘The Marxist’, published by the Communist Party of India (Marxist), Prof. Ramachandran has written an article titled “The State of Agrarian Relations in India Today”. In a recent issue of his Foundation’s Review journal, Prof. VKR’s editorial on the farm laws appears to be incoherent with no substantive points against the farm laws. Consider these sentences: “Freedom to sell produce exists already. Only 44% of wheat produces is sold by farmers to mandis.” Again, not unexpectedly, no word on the fact that the farm laws have not banned (state-run) Mandis! In both 2017 and 2018, the Foundation’s sole foreign fund ‘donor’ was RLS, effectively making it indistinguishable from RLS (He who pays the piper ….).

  12. We shall skip TISS, as it is well known. We shall also skip discussing Agragamee, Institute for Motivating Self Employment and Jadavpur University for various other reasons.

  13. Equal Community Foundation (ECF) in Pune is a new FCRA registrant. Its first FC4 return was filed only in 2015-16. In 2015 and in later years, it received total foreign ‘donations’ of Rs. 69 lakh, Rs. 1.6 Crore, Rs. 1.5 Crore and Rs. 1.6 Crore. Its donors include: Equal Community Foundation (UK), Social Initiative (Sweden), Free A Girl (The Netherlands), Fund for Global Children (USA) and very recently, RLS. The objectives of ECF-Pune appear to be very similar to that of ECF-UK which is the prevention and relief of gender based discrimination and violence. ECF-Pune goes a step ahead and proclaims that “its mission is to raise every boy in India to be gender equitable”.

  14. Prayas in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan is a mega FCRA-NGO in which Sudhir Katiyar is listed as Project Director, although a Preeti Oza signs its FC4 returns. Prayas received total foreign funds anywhere between Rs. 2.4 Crore to Rs. 3.3 Crore each year between 2015 and 2018. Its ‘donors’ include Oxfam-India (whose CEO is the famous Amitabh Behar), Sudwind Institut for Okonomie and Okumene (Germany), British Deputy High Commission (Chandigarh), Open Society Foundation (Soros), Paul Hamlyn Foundation, National Foundation for India (a humongous FCRA-NGO in Delhi), Tides Foundation, HRLN/SLIC etc. The grant from RLS is to ‘document working conditions and migrational profile of tribal workers’. Note Added on March 14, 2021: We have recently learnt that Narendra Gupta, listed as the longest serving member of the Executive Board of Prayas, stood as a Candidate of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) in the Chittorgarh Parliamentary constituency in the 2014 General Elections.

  15. Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group (MCRG) was founded in 1996. The founders were a group of researchers, trade unionists, feminist thinkers and women’s rights campaigners, academics, journalists, and lawyers. MCRG appears to be working on esoteric academic issues and not on activism, advocacy or social reformation etc.

  16. Focus on the Global South (FGS), (Mumbai/Delhi) is an important ‘partner’ of RLS. Until a year or couple ago, it was headed by Syed Afsar Hussain Jaffri who, it appears, has moved now to head a Spanish Organization called ‘Grain’. FGS website mentions that “it works closely with broad National and International networks such as the Indian Forum against FTAs, Indian People's Campaign against the WTO, National Working Group on Patent Laws and WTO, Political and Non-political Farmer Unions, Right to Food Campaign, India Climate Justice Network, People's SAARC, National Alliance of People’s Movements, La Via Campesina, Reclaiming Public Water and many others. FGS’ headquarters is located in Thailand (A Shalmali Guttal heads it) and it too sends substantial amounts to FGS-Mumbai via FCRA. The well-known journalist, Seema Mustafa serves on the Board of FGS-Thailand. Although the entire list of ‘donors’ to FGS-Thailand are not known, what is known for sure is that it received a ‘donation’ of USD 209,635 from Foundation to Promote Open Society (#Soros) “to study the links between Development Pathways, Rights, Peace, Justice, Democracy And The Exercise Of Power In Asia Through Monitoring, Research, And Outreach; Forums, Workshops, And Events; And Media Outreach And Community Partnerships” in 2017 (likely a 3-year grant).

Between 2009 and 2020, FGS-Mumbai has received a total of Rs. 8.92 Crore foreign ‘donations’, 54% of which has come from its headquarters in Thailand. As noted above, FGS-Thailand is a donee of Foundation to Promote Open Society Foundations (FPOS), which makes FGS-India to be an indirect recipient of FPOS #Soros funds. 20% of FGS’ donations from abroad came from RLS-Germany.


A report entitled “India Compromises its WTO Strategy: A critical look at the 2020 agricultural market reforms”, published in January 2021 and authored by Prof. Biswajit Dhar, JNU was sponsored by RLS (with funds of the German Government’s Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development) and FGS-India. The study examined the recent farm laws and concluded that the stand in WTO fora held by India so far, of protecting its farmers for the goal of food security is being compromised and that these farm laws would force Indian Government to open its agricultural markets. What is interesting to note in all these is how foreign Governments fund such ‘research’ into how the laws enacted by our Government would affect their countries, using our own people and resources.


On February 9, 2021, RLS organized an online discussion entitled “Rural Protests in India - A glimmer of hope for progressive alliances?” wherein Prof. Jayati Ghosh, Kavita Krishnan and Seema Kulkarni were advertised to speak, on supposedly the farm laws and the so-called farmers’ protests. (Prof. Ghosh had to withdraw, the webpage added, on the day of the event). The RLS page mentions (translated using Google): “Yet, this is only the most recent wave of resistance in a heterogenous sequence of nationwide mass protests against the Hindu Nationalist Government of BJP under PM Modi which have been occurring since 2019”. Clearly, RLS portrays an India which is far removed from our reality and describes us using the language of the other.


The above two instances exhibit RLS’ interests in the Indian farm sector and its role in pushing its agenda of Luddism through its FCRA donees.


In the section on FGS above, we learnt that it works closely with La via Campesina (LvC), among others. What is LvC? LvC started out as a farmers collective in Western Europe, protecting the interests of local farmers. It is fairly strong in Brazil now. LvC has members from India as well, including Rakesh Tikait, Gopal Papegowda, Sellamuthu, S. Kannaiyan and Yudhvir Singh, all of whom attended the WTO Ministerial Conference held in Buenos Aires, December 2017, as representatives of LvC.


In the infamous #toolkit released (& deleted later) by the Swedish Child Greta Thunberg, LvC finds mention. See https://twitter.com/sidhant/status/1356991778717503490 ; Under more ways to participate, the Toolkit had recommended a hashtag, #ShineonIndiaFarmers and added “Light a candle. Digital Campaign info from Via Campesina; here are some of their posters”).


The above analyses demonstrates the relationship between a Marxist entity, RLS and the various organizations and causes it supports in India. The range and score are wide, from farmers' movements, funding trade unions to engaging in deep social re-engineering by manipulating gender behaviour of children. Some of the donees are even quasi-political in character.

Friday, 23 October 2020

FCRA-NGOs in Delhi having a common Chief Functionary

One of the reforms in the FC4 returns carried out in 2017 (and became effective for the 2018-19 set of returns) is the printing of the name of the Chief Functionary (CF) of FCRA-NGO, along with their signature. Using this information, we attempt to answer the following self-posed question in this Post: Which FCRA-NGO (if any) share the same CF? In other words, is any person, the CF of more than one FCRA-NGO?


Not so surprisingly, the answer is yes. But what is surprising, is the number of such occurrences. In our estimate, more than 1500 FCRA-NGOs have a CF who is also a CF in another FCRA-NGO (within this set of 1500). We actually wanted to write this post on an all-India basis. But, the complexity of posting 1500 names, addresses, FCRA registration numbers etc.. was too difficult for us to handle. Thus, in this Post, we limit ourselves to FCRA-NGOs registered in Delhi.


In this exercise, we did not check if the CF of a Delhi FCRA-NGO is also a CF of a FCRA-NGO in any other State. We are indeed aware of at least two individuals who fall in such a category. We shall present them, when we present data of those States, later.


How do we ascertain that a particular name printed as CF in two different FC4 returns represents the same person? The following were used: (i) Exact Name Match and (ii) Matching of Signatures. In one case, the name of the CF in two FCRA-NGOs, i.e., Haq: Centre for Child Rights and SRUTI (Society for Rural Urban & Tribal Initiative), was the same. However, the signatures were different. In this case, we ascertained the identity based on the description of the CF presented in SRUTI’s website, which mentioned that its CF was also the CF of Haq: Centre for Child Rights. We surmise that such difficulties in ascertaining the identity of individuals on the Board of FCRA-NGOs may have prompted the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) to demand the provision of their Aadhaar numbers at the time of renewal of FCRA certificate or for Prior Permission. Notwithstanding this, we doubt if MHA would part with such identification specifics to the common public online, as it is usually reticent and guards details of 'non-profit' organizations as if they are a National Secret. In our opinion, an equivalent of a Director Identification Number (DIN, as for companies) would have been ideal and that number could have been made public.


We do not know if donning more than one CF hat violates any law. Furthermore, very importantly, we do not pass any judgements on either the individuals or the FCRA-NGO presented in the following list.


We acknowledge the FCRA Wing for providing the Annual Returns of FCRA-NGOs online for the general public to read, without forcing citizenry to use the ill-purposed, so-called RTI.


Ok then, here is the list.


Registration No

State

Chief Functionary

FCRA-NGO

Address

231650043

DL

AJAY PRAKASH SHRIVASTAVA

Maharishi Institute Of Creative Intelligence

DGL - 121, FIRST FLOOR - DLF, THE GALLERIA, MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-1,DELHI110091

231650741

DL

AJAY PRAKASH SHRIVASTAVA

S R M Foundation of India

121, FIRST FLOOR DLF, THE GALLERIA, MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-1,DELHI110091

231661599

DL

AJIT PAL

HUMCARES HUMAN CARE CHARITABLE SOCIETY

A-1/20, 2ND FLOOR, IDBI BANK BUILDING,MAIN ROAD VIJAYA ENCLAVE110045

231660911

DL

AJIT PAL

SUPREME TASK

D-69/A, Ist FLOOR, DAHIYA BUILDING, MAHAVIR ENCLAVE,NEW DELHI-110045110045

231650271

DL

ALWAN MASIH

C N I Trust Association

16, Pandit Pant Marg, New Delhi, -110001

231650183

DL

ALWAN MASIH

The Church Of North India Synod

16, Pandit Pant Marg, New Delhi, -110001

231660172

DL

ANIL SHASTRI

Lal Bahadur Shastri National Memorial Trust

1-motilal Nehru Place, , New Delhi., -110011

231650373

DL

ANIL SHASTRI

Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri Sewa Niketan

1, Motilal Nehru Marg, ,New Delhi-110011

231661727

DL

ANJALI GOPALAN

ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL

D-45 GULMOHAR PARK ,NEW DELHI110049

231650947

DL

ANJALI GOPALAN

The Naz Foundation (India) Trust

D-45, Gulmohar Park, , ,New Delhi -110049

231660329

DL

ANUBHAV NATH

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies

B-7/3, Safdarjung Enclave, New Delhi, -

231650618

DL

ANUBHAV NATH

Salam Balak Trust

2nd Floor DDA Community Centre Chandiwali Gali Paharganj,New Delhi110055

231661462

DL

ARUN KAPUR

EMPOWERING THE VISION PROJECT

C-72 FIRST FLOOR,EAST OF KAILASH110065

231660487

DL

ARUN KAPUR

Ritinjali

A-35, Hill Viwe Appartments, Vasant Vihar,New Delhi-

231660991

DL

ASAD MASIH

All India Masihi Jamat

B-18 Second Floor,West Patel Nagar110008

231650932

DL

ASAD MASIH

The Muneer Social Welfare Society

A-2, Iind Floor, (po Box-6079), West Patel Nagar,New Delhi -110008

231650044

DL

BHARATI SHARMA

Maharishi Mahila Education Society

121, FIRST FLOOR DLF, THE GALLIARA, MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-1,,DELHI110091

231650206

DL

BHARATI SHARMA

Mahila Dhyan Vidya Peeth

121, FIRST FLOOR, DLF THE GALLIARA, MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-1,,DELHI110091

231661570

DL

C L GULATI

SANT NIRANKARI CHARITABLE FOUNDATION

80-A, Avtar Marg, Sant Nirankari Colony,New Delhi110009

231650297

DL

C L GULATI

Sant Nirankari Mandal

Sant Nirankari Colony , ,Delhi-110009

231661445

DL

DR ANJLEE PRAKASH

Education Quality Foundation of India

B-3/15, BASEMENT, VASANT VIHAR,NEW DELHI110057

172270036

DL

DR ANJLEE PRAKASH

Learning Links Foundation

Allied House, 2nd Floor, Near B-7 Post office, Vasant Kunj,New Delhi110070

231660332

DL

ENAKSHI GANGULY THUKRAL

HAQ Centre for Child Rights

B1/2 Ground Floor, Malviya Nagar,New Delhi110017

231650317

DL

ENAKSHI GANGULY THUKRAL

Sruti

103/4, Ground Floor and Basement, Sona Apartment, Kaushalya Park, Hauz Khas,New Delhi110016

231660316

DL

GIRISH CHANDRA VERMA

Maharishi Ved Vigyan Vishwa Vidyapeetham

121, First Floor, DLF Galleria, Mayur Vihar Phase-1,Delhi110091

231650333

DL

GIRISH CHANDRA VERMA

Swami Brahmanand Saraswati Charitable Trust

121, FIRST FLOOR, DLF GALLERIA, MAYUR VIHAR PHASE-1,Delhi110019

231660732

DL

INGRID NEWKIRK

Animal Rahat

C/o Ravi Rajan and Co Pvt. Ltd.,505A, 5th Floor,,D 4, Rectangle 1, District Centre, Saket,110017

231660443

DL

INGRID NEWKIRK

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animal PETA India

14 Doctor Lane,Classic House,Gole Market, New Delhi

231660331

DL

JOSE MATHEW KOORAPPALLIL

Bosco Organisation for Social Concern and Operation

Don Bosco Technical Institute,, Okhla, Jamianagar,,New Delhi-110025

231650114

DL

JOSE MATHEW KOORAPPALLIL

Don Bosco Technical Institute

Okhla Road, ,New Delhi-110025

231661265

DL

JOSE MATHEW KOORAPPALLIL

DON BOSCO TECH SOCIETY

B-32, Gali No.7, Dashrathpuri, Palam - Dabri Road, Delhi 110045,Delhi110045

231650195

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JOSE MATHEW KOORAPPALLIL

THE SALESIAN BROTHERS SOCIETY OF DELHI - NORTHERN INDIA

Don Bosco Technical Institute, Okhla Road, Jamia Nagar,New Delhi-110025

231660893

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JYOTI SHARMA

FORUM FOR ORGANISED RESOURCE CONSERVATION AND ENHANCEMENT

C8-8035, VASANT KUNJ,NEW DELHI110070

231661827

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JYOTI SHARMA

PANDIT JAGAT RAM MEMORIAL FORCE TRUST

C-9/9006, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi-110070,New Delhi110070

231660677

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KUMARI TARA JAUHAR

Auro Mira Service Society

Sri Aurobindo Ashram, Sri Aurobindo Marg,New Delhi-110016

231650980

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KUMARI TARA JAUHAR

Sri Aurbindo Ashram Delhi Branch Trust Society

Sri Aurbindo Marg, New Delhi , -110017

231650439

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LALIT MOHAN MEHRA

Nirmal Shiksha Kendra

Behind M.s. Flats, Shahjahan Road,New Delhi -110011

231650565

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LALIT MOHAN MEHRA

Tara Vati Ram Gopal Mehra Foundation

128,golf Links, , New Delhi , -110003

231661237

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LAMA CHOSPHEL ZOTPA

GELUK INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION

H.No. B-4, LADAKH BUDDHIST VIHARA,TARA DEVI COLONY,,Delhi110054

231650872

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LAMA CHOSPHEL ZOTPA

Himalayan Buddhist Cultural Association

5, Bela Vihar, Ladakh Buddhist Vihar,Delhi-110054

231650694

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MAHMOOD ASAD MADANI

Jamiat-ulama-i-hind

1-b.s.z.marg, Daryaganj,New Delhi -110002

231661159

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MAHMOOD ASAD MADANI

SHEIKHUL HIND EDUCATIONAL CHARITABLE TRUST

NO.1, BAHADURSHAH ZAFAR MARG,,NEW DELHI110002

231650850

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MANEKA SANJAY GANDHI

People for Animals

4T DCM Building,16,Barakhmba Road, New Delhi110001

231650562

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MANEKA SANJAY GANDHI

Ruth Cowell Foundation

R-4,dcm Building, 16,barakhamba Road,New Delhi110001-

231661529

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MATHAI SAMUEL

EAST WEST EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION

YMCA, NIZAMUDDIN EAST,NEW DELHI110013

231661548

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MATHAI SAMUEL

ORPHAN OUTREACH INDIA

922 LIG FLATS POCKET B HASTSAL VIKASPURI,NEW DELHI110059

231661715

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MEHER WILSHAW

KABLIJI MEMORIAL TRUST

11 Amrita Shergil Marg,Delhi110003

231650159

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MEHER WILSHAW

S.Ram Singh Kabli & Sardarni Harnam Kaur Trust

11, Amrita Shergil Marag,New Delhi -110003

231650960

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NITINJYA CHAUDHRY

Arya Anathalaya

1488, Pataudi House , Daryaganj ,New Delhi-110002

231650963

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NITINJYA CHAUDHRY

Arya Bal Griha

1488, Pataudi House , Daryaganj ,New Delhi-110002

231661447

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PARAMHANS SWAMI MAHESHWARANANDA

Om Sri Alakhpuriji Siddhapeeth Parampara

5th Floor Ridge Castle Dadabri Road Mehrauli,New Delhi110030

231660683

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PARAMHANS SWAMI MAHESHWARANANDA

Shree Devpuriji Ashram Trust

5th Floor, Ridge Castle, Ward No.8, Dadabari Road, Mehrauli,New Delhi-110030

231660935

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RAM KARAN YADAV

PUBLICATION TRUSTEES INDIA

7/145, DDA FLAT MADANGIR,NEW DELHI110062

231660484

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RAM KARAN YADAV

Steer Foundation

7/145,DDA flats, Madangir,New Delhi-110062

231660011

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RAM PAL SINGH

All India Primary Teacher's Federation

41Institutional Area, Pankha Road, D Block, Janakpuri,New Delhi -110058

231661579

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RAM PAL SINGH

NATIONAL COALITION FOR EDUCATION

SHIKSHAK BHAWAN 41- INSTITUTIONAL AREA D-BLOCK JANAKPURI,DELHI110058

231650938

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RAVI SHANKER AGARWAL

Srishti

A-17 (1st Floor), Mayfair Gardens ,New Delhi-110016

231660166

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RAVI SHANKER AGARWAL

The Just Environment Charitable Trust

H-2, Jangpura Extension, New Delhi, -110014

231661517

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RISHABH GUPTA

KARTAVYA JANHIT FOUNDATION NGO

RICHMONDD GLOBAL SCHOOL CAMPUS N S ROAD MIANWALI NAGAR PASCHIM VIHAR,NEW DELHI110087

231661151

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RISHABH GUPTA

Mata Krishnawanti Memorial Educational Society

N.S.Road, Mianwali Nagar, Paschim Vihar,New Delhi110087

231661560

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ROSHNI NADAR MALHOTRA

Kiran Nadar Museum of Art

44 Friends Colony East,New Delhi110065

231661412

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ROSHNI NADAR MALHOTRA

Shiv Nadar Foundation

44 Friends Colony East,New Delhi110065

231650135

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RT REV WARRIS K MASIH

Delhi Diocese Overseas Grant Fund

1, Church Lane,New Delhi -

231650172

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RT REV WARRIS K MASIH

The Diocesan Society Church Of North

1, Church Lane, New Delhi, -110001

231650995

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SAMEER R DOIPHODE

Awakening Jagriti

E-81, Greater Kailash Pt. I,New Delhi -110048

231660395

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SAMEER R DOIPHODE

Interlife India

209,Delhi Chamber,, Delhi Gate,,New Delhi-

231650003

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SHRI R K JAIN

Indian Red Cross Society

1, Red Cross Road, ,New Delhi-110001

231650073

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SHRI R K JAIN

St John Ambulance Association

1,red Cross Road, New Delhi,110001-

231660255

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SHRI SANJAY GUPTA

Param Shakti Peeth

27/15, Radhey Shyam Park, Delhi , -110051

231660246

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SHRI SANJAY GUPTA

Param Shakti Peeth - Nyas

27/15 Radhey Shyam Park , Delhi, -110051

231660193

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SHRI SANJAY GUPTA

Yug Chetna Vatsalya Peeth

Lav 103, Agrasen Awas, 66 I.p. Extension,Delhi-110092

231650075

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SR JOLLY GEORGE

Asha Sadan Social Centre

Najafgarh, New Delhi,110043-

231650286

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SR JOLLY GEORGE

The Society Of The Sisters Of The Cross

Holy Cross School, Najafgarh,New Delhi -110043

231650263

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SR RITA PINTO

Conference Of Religious Women, India

Cri House, Masihgarh, Jamia Nagar, Po Okhla,New Delhi -110025

231650148

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SR RITA PINTO

Sophie Bharat Society

A-170, Shivalik, Malviya Nagar,New Delhi -110017

231650272

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SR ROSELY JOSEPH

Jesus & Mary Delhi Educational Society

Bangla Sahib Road, New Delhi, -110001

231650630

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SR ROSELY JOSEPH

Provincial Society - Delhi

Congregation Of Jesus & Mary, Bangla Sahib Road,New Delhi-110001

231650802

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SWAMI AGNIVESH

Bandhua Mukti Morcha

7, Jantar Mantar,New Delhi-110001

231660195

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SWAMI AGNIVESH

Dharma Pratishthan

7 Jantar Mantar Road, , New Delhi, -110001

231661559

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THIRAVIAM THANGA PANDIAN

CHURCH OF HOPE MISSION SOCIETY

RZ F 72 NIHAL VIHAR NANGLOI NEW DELHI,DELHI110041

231660899

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THIRAVIAM THANGA PANDIAN

Compassion India Ministries

RZ-F-72, Nihal Vihar,Nangloi, New Delhi110041

231661013

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VEENA RENJAN

Asheray Welfare and Charitable Society

15-C, Friends Colony (W),New Delhi110065

231660827

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VEENA RENJAN

TogetherEducational and Social Development Society

15-C,Friends Colony (West)110065

231650002

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YOUHANON MAR DEMETRIOS

Delhi Orthodox Diocesan Council

2, Tughlakabad Institutional Area, New Delhi, -110062

231650004

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YOUHANON MAR DEMETRIOS

Sophie Society

2, Tughlaqabad Institutional Area, ,New Delhi -110062