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Author: Rica Bhattacharyya and Saikat Das, Economic Times (India)
"Banks report more sexual harassment cases in FY17", 6 October, 2017...
Author: Press Trust of India
A number of large foreign funds, managing trillions of dollars of investor assets globally, have flagged...persisting religious conflicts...and the ‘Kashmir dispute’ as potential risks to their investments in India, saying such “tensions” could...
In an attempt to gauge how Indian firms are coping with the interests of various stakeholders, a collaborative effort of non-profits—Oxfam India, Corporate Responsibility Watch, Praxis and Partners in Change—has put together the second edition of...
Author: Inclusive Development International
"International Finance Corporation - Financial Intermediary Portfolio: Sub-Investments with Serious Adverse Social, Environmental and Human Rights Risks and Impacts," 27 Sept 2016 [Also refers to other companies. Please see the document for full list.]
Author: Inclusive Development International
"Disaster for Us and the Planet”: How the IFC is Quietly Funding a Coal Boom," Oct 2016...
Author: Sandeep Singh & Shruti Srivastava, Indian Express
Forced to spend a portion of their profits on activities linked to corporate social responsibility (CSR) to meet the requirements of the Companies Act 2013, India’s top 50 companies that make up the benchmark Nifty index at the National Stock Exchange...
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Author: Price Waterhouse Coopers Pvt. Ltd.
SEBI’s regulation in 2012 mandating the top 100 listed companies to report on their performance on the Business Responsibility Guidelines through Business Responsibility Reports (BRRs), along with their Annual Reports...The report sets out to document...
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The World’s Most Ethical Companies designation recognizes companies that truly go beyond making statements about doing business “ethically” and translate those words into action. WME honorees demonstrate real and sustained ethical leadership within...
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Author: Robert Kropp, SocialFunds.com
In its second annual report on the corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities of the 1,000 largest Indian companies, Karmayog, a Mumbai-based online organization, has found that on a scale of zero to five, 494 companies (49%) received the lowest...
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