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Dedicated to bridge the gap between mainstream society and people living in remote areas.
http://www.aimforseva.org
Organization of intellectuals dedicated towards development, education, training and research in various fields.
http://www.aicoi.org
A Kanpur based voluntary social service organisation dedicated to help the distressed class of society.
http://www.supertannery.org/com-serv.htm
Organisation working for Blind, Deaf and Dumb Children.
http://www.bbvk.org
NGO, concerned with poverty, rural development, cattle breeding, cultivation.
http://www.baif.com
Cultural development and social organisation having more than 1300 branches in India.
http://www.bvpindia.com
NGO based in Moradabad organizing blood donation camps.
http://www.blooddonations.org/
NGO organisation dedicated towards making women empowered, self-reliant and conscious of their rights.
http://www.csrindia.org
Dedicated to the cause of secularism and communal harmony.
http://www.csss-isla.com/
A non-governmental organisation pursuing social justice and economic equity.
http://www.cuts-international.org
Organisation promoted by Shiv Khera. Lists activities and events, solicits participation and contributions.
http://www.countryfirst.org
Non-profit organization working for overall development of women with information dissemination on reproductive health and economic empowerment programs in Gujarat and Maharashtra, India.
http://www.dct-dmf.org/
Dedicated to eliminating restrictions on copying, redistribution, understanding, and modification of computer programs.
http://www.fsf.org.in/
Includes history, officers, articles, and general masonic information.
http://www.masonindia.org/
Organizes health support systems through out the country. Adopts villages, creates entrepreneurial parks and organizes micro credit schemes for women in villages.
http://www.gidf.org/