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Indian missions abroad shying away from revealing budgetary allocations: Study

NEW DELHI: Even though the government has tightened its reins on foreign-funded NGOs, it has not been able to set its own house in order. An independent study has revealed that Indian missions abroad have been shying away from revealing budgetary allocations and expenditure over the years. 
The study conducted by Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI) of Indian missions in 122 countries has revealed that only missions in Austria, Madagascar and Uzbekistan have voluntarily revealed budgetary information for 2015-16. 

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DATED: Monday, 15 June 2015 10:03
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