feizal samath Colombo all foreign-aided ngos operating in Sri Lanka have been put under the scanner. A Parliamentary Select Committee, constituted by all political party-representatives, will

The Asian Development Bank (adb) has decided to double its lending to India by 2008 in the areas of water, transport, energy and urban infrastructure. The amount will go up from us $1.3 billion

Japan bank sanctions Rs 560 cr loan for Orissa forestry sector

Debate over fresh IFC guidelines

Cultivating Development: An Ethnography of Aid Policy and Practice

There is a serious mismatch between global realities and the World Bank s governing structure

un agencies said on May 23, 2005 that even with the help of international aid, it will take at least five to 10 years for countries hit by the December 2004 tsunami to recover fully. "Usually it's

Water deaths: Over 75 people, mostly children, have died after drinking polluted water in the past one-and-a-half months in Pakistan's Sindh province. Another 6,600 have been admitted to various

Nepal's poorest people are being forced to suffer the consequences of an alleged attack by Maoist rebels on an aid worker recently. Debkala Acharya, a female worker involved in the Rural Community

The world's 81 poorest nations will now get more aid. The development fund of the World Bank's (wb's ) International Development Association for providing aid to these countries was recently