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Every asset acquired out of foreign contributions should be acquired and possessed in the name of the association and not in the name of its office bearers. The foreign contributions received after prior permission or permanent registration under the Act are to be utilized for the purpose for which they have been received. These are not to invested in any speculative investments including Mutual Funds or share markets. However, foreign donations may be utilized for self sustaining activities which is not meant for commercial activities. Under FCRA , there are various categories of recipients of international funds and Foreign Contribution Regulation Act has different stipulation for each of them. For instance, political parties cannot receive foreign funds but an organisation of political nature can receive foreign funds on case to case basis after obtaining prior permission. But an organisation of political nature cannot get registered with FCRA. An organisation having a definite cultural, economic, educational, religious or social programme can receive foreign contribution after it obtains the prior permission of the Central Government, or gets itself registered with the Central Government. Associations which are not registered or which have been denied registration may receive foreign contribution with specific prior permission of the Central Government.