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10 Apr 2015

Shoaib Daniyal, www.scroll.in

Seven absurd reasons the Home Ministry listed to block Greenpeace’s foreign funding

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They used sarcastic language. They encouraged people to demand water to drink. These are two of the reason  offered by the Home Ministry to justify its ban on Greenpeace receiving foreign funds...some highlights...The report sharply critiqued a Greenpeace ad which attacked the low financial limits in India’s nuclear liability clause...placing “illegal obstructions to India’s energy plans” and “creating hurdles in the way of progress of our nation”....changed its address from Chennai to Bangalore without informing it...greenpeace pays its employees too much...The report said that Greenpeace was highlighting high levels of pesticide in India’s tea and was alarmed that the organisation was trying to test the presence of harmful substances in other foodstuffs.