Anna Hazare, Indian social activist who led movements to promote rural development, increase government transparency, and investigate and punish official corruption. In addition to organizing and encouraging grassroots movements, Hazare frequently conducted hunger strikes to further his causes—a.
Climate crisis: 6 million join global protests.. a short while before his Pakistani counterpart Imran Khan.. Social activist Anna Hazare has expressed surprise over NCP president Sharad.
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Both outside Tihar Jail and at Ramlila Maidan, Anna Hazare said that the second freedom struggle has started for liberating India from corruption.Read More
A strong growing anti-corruption movement has emerged, with people such as Anna Hazare capturing the imagination of many. Hazare, a 74 year old man has vowed to fast to death to see corruption tackled.Read More
The Foreign Policy magazine is out with its list of 100 global thinkers. Notables among a smattering of Indians are Anna Hazare in the 37th place, author Arundhati Roy and thinker Arvind Subramanian.Read More
Reservation row: Anna Hazare is 'anti-poor, anti-Dalit', says Lalu Prasad Yadav. Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) supremo Lalu Prasad Yadav on Sunday hit out at Anna Hazare over his remarks on reservation, saying the veteran social activist is in the same league as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah who are against the poor, backward and Dalits.Read More
The Dim Flicker Of A Night Light. In this exclusive essay for Outlook, he makes a liberal case for a strong state.. Anna Hazare’s movement in 2011 is only the most recent example of a.Read More
The movement was, on its face, unusual: its figurehead, the 75-year-old Gandhian, Anna Hazare, was apparently rallying urban, middle-class professionals and youth in great numbers—a group otherwise notorious for its political apathy.Read More
He was a core member of the India Against Corruption movement led by Anna Hazare, and during this movement he even spent two days in jail. Mr. Hathi has initiated and participated in numerous projects such as child protection in Uttar Pradesh with UNICEF, Bharat Jago Abhiyam, a peace initiative program in North-east India, and many more.Read More
Beginning with a section on the theoretical articulations of nonviolence, this volume puts together the thoughts of Tolstoy, Thoreau, Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. It also explores another facet observed in history in the second section, of nonviolence as a spiritual category which amounts to action by denying the ruling authority the human assistance and cooperation which is necessary to.Read More
Produced the series 'Election Express' for India Today TV and its associated channels during the General Elections 2019. 45 Days, 10,000 Kilometers, nearly 30 cities, savouring flavours of Indian cities during the biggest democratic exercise in the world, bringing stories from obscure corners, interviewing prominent politicians sweating it out on campaign trails and giving the voters' pulse.Read More
Ramachandra Guha’s India after Gandhi is a magisterial account of the pains, struggles, humiliations and glories of the world’s largest and least likely democracy. A riveting chronicle of the often brutal conflicts that have rocked a giant nation, and of the extraordinary individuals and institutions who held it together, it established itself as a classic when it was first published in 2007.Read More