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Maha CHS: Twin Tales of Associate Membership

By I C Naik On May 31, 2018 we went through examples of Hazards of Associate Membership in Maharashtra, contemplating a need to examine the issues concerning the Associate member owning the flat jointly with the main member. http://www.indiancooperative.com/from-states/chs-hazards-of-associate-membership-in-maharashtra/ In a series of write-ups on flaws in Model 2014 Bye-Laws, we encountered inter alia how […]

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ICNW and WWF in the vanguard of transformation of women’s lives: A report

By Dr Nandini Azad Dr. Nandini Azad President of Indian Cooperative Network for Women (ICNW) submitted a brief report of activities of Indian Cooperative network for Women Promoted by Working Women’s Forum (India) to the National Cooperative Union of India (NCUI) on 25th June, 2018. Here is the Report: The Indian Cooperative Network for Women […]

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Maha – CHS poised to by-passing the Real Estate Market – 4

 Post-Redevelopment scenario should be visualized as the cooperative housing societies operating in true sense on Seven Cooperative Principles[1]. With the kind of cooperators’ grievances pouring in, the Maha-CHS as an institution appears to have quite a very long way to catch up with the cooperative principles. Looking to the support being assured by the [2]State […]

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International Day of Co-operatives: Sustainable societies through co-operation

This year’s International Day of Co-operatives, on 7 July, will highlight how co-operation can lead to sustainable societies. The slogan for the day – Sustainable societies through co-operation – was chosen via a public vote following a social media campaign on Twitter. The theme was announced last week at an event at the UN headquarters […]

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Taxation issues hampering credit co-ops’ growth: NAFCUB

The representatives of urban cooperative Credit Societies including multi-state Cooperative societies yesterday resolved to represent their case before the government and CBDT as they are facing many taxation problems which is hampering their efficiency. At a 3 day workshop organised by NCUI and NAFCUB, they pointed out that while assessing income of a primary society, […]

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Desjardins adopts policy to combat climate change

Canadian financial co-operative Desjardins Groups announced a series of measures to help it tackle climate change, with a new set of targets set to go into its team annual report from this year onwards. With assets of CAD $276.3bn, Desjardins is the country’s largest co-operative financial group and the largest association of credit unions in North America. “As a financial […]

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2017 in review: Top stories from the co-op movement

January The 2017 New Year Honours list included an award for Dorothy Francis, chief executive of Leicester-based Co-operative And Social Enterprise support agency (CASE). Ms Francis, who has worked in the movement for 35 years, has been given an MBE for “services to enterprise and the communities”. The USA’s largest independent co-op of organic farmers, […]

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