- Hungary may lose â‚¬140 million in grants from Norway. // Hungary A.M.;11/7/2014, p2
The article reports that Hungarian Government Control Office's (KEHI) has suspected fraudulent activities at Hungarian non-governmental organization (NGO) Ã–kotÃ¡rs AlapÃtvÃ¡y, and has appointed a British firm to carry out its audit.
- Group to reveal bribe takers. Lakshana, Meena // Malay Mail;10/5/2012, p3
The article reports on the allegation of human rights group Jaringan Melayu Malaysia that non-government organization Suara Rakyat Malaysia bribed various government officials to get information on the national security of the country.
- The issues of tackling fraud and corruption for NGOs. Boyes-Watson, Tim // Financial Management;Jun2013, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p55
The author discusses the prevention of fraud and corruption in non-governmental organisations (NGOs) as of June 2013. According to the author, improved trust and communication between NGOs and financiers could help reduce corruption and a prevalence of bribery. Topics include the 2010 Bribery...
- InBrief. // New African;May2006, Issue 451, p27
The article reports on the corruption in the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP). The LHWP is the largest water transfer operation in the world. It transfers water from the Mountain Kingdom to South Africa. However, there have been accusations of corruption in the project by Transformation...
- 16th Acharya PC Ray Memorial Lecture. // Chemical Business;Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p62
The article discusses the highlights of the Sixteenth Acharya P.C. Ray Memorial Lecture organised by the Indian Chemical Council--Eastern Region (ICC-ER) held in Kolkata, India on September 22, 2008. The welcome address was delivered by Mister Dipankar Dutta Gupta, then president of ICC....
- India becomes "nanny state.". // Asian Pacific Post;1/25/2007, p18
The article offers a look at the ban imposed by the Indian government to sensitive advertisements and media. Broadcasting Minister Priyarajan Dasmunsi has banned a channel which aired the show "The World's Sexiest Advertisements." The government also banned Paris Hilton's music video "Stars Are...
- Mr. Dipankar Dutta Gupta. // Chemical Business;Aug2007, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p9
An interview with Dipankar Dutta Gupta, president of Indian Chemical Council (ICC), is presented. He defines the role of ICC in helping the country's chemical industry. He discusses several issues that should be considered in order to attain a more substantial growth. He also states the critical...
- Daughters of Mother India. Puffer-Rothenberg, M. // Video Librarian;Jan/Feb2016, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p63
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- Asian Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Conference. // Chemical Business;Nov2007, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p51
The article discusses the highlights of the Asian Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Conference held at Hotel Intercontinental in Mumbai, India from October 29 to 30, 2007. Dipankar Dutta Gupta of the Indian Chemical Council (ICC) delivered an address at the inaugural session. One of the...