A mature logical discussion in the parliament of India on Lokpal Bill by eminent politicians and law makers of the country followed by unanimous approval of the key points raised by Anna Hazare.
Who is being rigid, adamant and arrogant in the anti-corruption battle for a strong lokpal? Government or Team Anna?
How Arun Jaitley ripped apart Prime Minister’s argument of Confrontation between Civil Society and Parliament
Excerpts and video of the wonderful speech made by Arun Jaitley of BJP in Rajya Sabha in response to Manmohan Singh’s statement about the arrest of Anna Hazare and government’s take on the Anti Corruption Movement.
Summary of differences between Jan Lokpal Bill proposed by Anna Hazare & team and the Government’s version of the Lokpal Bill
Counter views about views which are against the Anna Hazare led anti-corruption movement for a strong Lokpal bill.
Views against Anna Hazare led anti-corruption movement for a strong lokpal bill, and counter views against such views.
Anna Hazare is arrested for wanting to stage a peaceful protest and fast to force the government of India to introduce a strong anti-corruption bill in the parliament.
Do the recent protests and agitations involving members of the Civil Society groups like Anna...
At the midnight on June 5 2011, not far away from the place where Pandit Nehru delivered his Indian independence speech 64 years ago on the midnight of August 15 1947 – thousands of people who had gathered to peacefully protest against the rampant corruption in the country were denied the same Freedom – Freedom to use the means of Mahatma Gandhi to peacefully protest for a national cause.
A detailed summary of the Jan Lokpal Bill and what Sri Anna Hazare is fighting for to root out the menace of corruption from India. Lokpal may not be the answer to ALL of our problems. But it DEFINITELY IS the answer to MOST of our problems. Let us fight for it and get it.
I continue to pen down my thoughts like this with a hope that our future generation who read this article will laugh at me saying “This guy must be joking”, because the India they live in will be an India that I WANTED to live in.
Corrupt politicians and bureaucrats of India and the absence of the sense of duty towards nation and society.