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India Against Corruption

Encounter With An AAP Supporter

Feb 23, 2015 Mari Marcel Thekaekara

'I think India will change course. Go back ethically to the spirit of our freedom fighters.'

Sunday, August 21, 2011: Ranjit Singh Flyover, New Delhi: A sea of supporters troop towards the Ramlila Maidan from India Gate to stand fast with Anna Hazare

Us Versus Them

Mar 25, 2013 Nivedita Menon

It is not “they” who say ‘if you are not with us you are against us’, this arrogant divisive slogan has always been ours, on the Left.


Is The Government Encouraging Hawala?

Texts of various documents released by IAC, alleging how the government, particularly the FM under Pranab Mukherjee shut its eyes to VIPs in the list of roughly 700 people having bank accounts in HSBC, Geneva

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Kya Congress Mukesh Ambani Ki Dukaan Hai?

Oct 31, 2012 Prashant Bhushan

'In the Nira Radia tapes, Ranjan Bhattacharya (Vajpayee’s son in law) is heard telling Nira that Mukesh Ambani told him –"Congress to ab apni dukaan hai." Facts below show that both Congress and BJP are in his pocket.'


Damage to Ecology

On the pollution caused from the waste produced by Mr Gadkari's factory

17 October, 2012

The Bhagat Family Story

Arvind Kejriwal

Another case of 9.68 acres land given to Purti by the irrigation department


17 October, 2012

The Story Of Gajanan Ghadge And Other Villagers

Arvind Kejriwal

A story from Khursapur Village, Taluka Umred, District Nagpur in Vidarbha part of Maharashtra, 1982-2012


17 October, 2012

Is BJP In Opposition?

Arvind Kejriwal

Or are BJP leaders in bed with ruling parties? Whose interests does Mr Gadkari represent? Is there a conflict between the interests of Maharashtra farmers and Mr Nitin Gadkari’s businesses? Is Mr Gadkari’s business flourishing in Maharashtra at the c


09 October, 2012

DLF: Statement In Response To IAC Allegations

Shri Kejriwal’s allegations largely centre around issues which are already in the public domain and are well disclosed. It is unfortunate that an attempt is being made to sensationalise the same


09 October, 2012

A Moses In A Hurry

B. Raman

While complimenting Arvind Kejriwal for his role in l'affaire Robert Vadra, and supporting his fight against corruption, there is a need to point to some of the tactics adopted by him in their drive against electricity charges in Delhi


09 October, 2012

All The Prime Minister's Men?

B. Raman

Is Mr Vadra above the rule of the law? Are all the senior ministers pronouncing Mr Vadra innocent, without any enquiry, doing so with the PM's approval? If not, it is time for him to call them to order, or resign.


09 October, 2012

'Is Robert Vadra Guilty Of Corrupt Practices?'

India Against Corruption

Fresh allegations on the nexus between Robert Vadra, DLF and Haryana government lend further impetus to the crying need for atleast an investigation into Ms Sonia Gandhi's son in law


07 October, 2012

'Utterly False, Entirely Baseless And Defamatory'

Robert Vadra

'I am saddened by the attempt of Shri Kejriwal and Shri Bhushan to deliberately misrepresent numbers contained in my financial statements, manufacture lies and malign my family in order to gain cheap publicity for them and for the launch of their po


06 October, 2012

' DLF Has Given No Unsecured Loans To Mr Vadra'

'The business relationship of DLF with Mr Robert Vadra or his companies, has been in his capacity as an individual entrepreneur, on a completely transparent and at an arm's length basis'


03 August, 2012

People Power

B. Raman

The country needs a rejuvenated movement against corruption led by Anna and carried forward by his young followers


03 August, 2012

'A Political Alternative'

India Against Corruption

'A logical culmination of our struggle that began more than a year ago...this move is not about capturing power but about changing the nature of state power'


03 August, 2012

Unscrambling The Politician’s Prose

K.V. Bapa Rao

Salman Khurshid's article Dunk us All in Liquid Oxygen doesn't quite manage to conceal that the ongoing events at Jantar Mantar reflect the anger of a great many Indians


02 August, 2012

'Creating An Alternative Political Force...'

V.R. Krishna Iyer

A group of eminent citizens gives a call to end the fast and focus on a "democratic, accountable, ethical and non-violent" movement "capable of leading an electoral revolution to democratize and decentalise power..."


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Croatia's Mate Pavic, left, celebrate with his teammate Nikola Mektic after defeating Serbia's Novak Djokovic during their Davis Cup tennis semi-final match at Madrid Arena in Madrid, Spain.

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Union's Timo Baumgartl, top right, reacts after scoring his team's second goal during Germany's Bundesliga soccer match between Union Berlin and Leipzig in Berlin.

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Rory McIlroy, of Northern Ireland, watches his tee shot on the fourth tee during the second round of the Hero World Challenge PGA Tour at the Albany Golf Club, in New Providence, Bahamas.

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Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain in action during practice session for the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix in Jiddah.

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