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Iconic 'Rainbow Warrior' to arrive in India on October 26

The ship's India tour is aimed at sharing expertise in preventing the exploitation of marine resources and strengthening public support in its monitoring system.

Heavy metals in PM 2.5 samples from Delhi classrooms: Greenpeace

A report released Thursday showed the samples collected for around 24 hours from inside the classrooms had “alarming levels” of heavy metal presence on days when PM 2.5 concentrations were higher than the prescribed levels.

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Govt accuses Greenpeace of 'forum shopping'; HC favours NGO

The move by the Greenpeace came a day after Madras High Court stayed for eight weeks the order cancelling its registration under FCRA.

Centre cancels Greenpeace India’s FCRA registration

In an affidavit filed before the Delhi High Court Thursday, the MHA said the decision to cancel the FCRA registration was taken at a meeting Wednesday.

Greenpeace fund freeze: HC seeks govt reply

The court has also issued a notice to and sought reply from three banks—-IDBI, ICICI and Yes Bank, which, complying with Home Ministry’s directives, had freezed the NGO’s accounts.

Greenpeace tells employees to prepare for shutdown in a month

NDA govt had suspended bank accounts of the NGO last month citing foreign funding violations.

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The foreign donors on govt’s watch list

From Greenpeace to a Danish government wing to church-backed NGOs, the government has put 14 foreign donors in the “prior approval” category.

Greenpeace: Licence suspension a ‘smokescreen’ to shut us down

It alleged that by blocking local funding, the government is "dismissing" the concerns of the over 70,000 Indians who support it financially.

Delhi High Court to Centre: Remove freeze on foreign contributions received by Greenpeace India

The court said the government was free to take action against GPIS in future if it found violation of FCRA norms.

HC notice to MHA on Greenpeace funding

Greenpeace had filed a writ petition demanding answers from the MHA on the “arbitrary” prohibition of foreign funds.

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