Friday, April 8, 2011

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India Against Corruption is a citizen's movement to demand strong anti-corruption law. To register give a missed call to 02261550789. Join in your own city

Series of scams involving politicians and bureaucrats, generals are accused of appropriating apartment spaces intended for war widows or when judges are accused of stealing from the provident funds of class IV employees or when academic regulators are arrested for graft, decorated industrialists steal thousands of crores from investors or when Cabinet ministers and civil servants in cahoots are accused of stealing tens or even hundreds of thousands of crores from the exchequer in the name of sports or telecom

India Against Corruption is a movement of several concerned citizens of India who have come together to demand comprehensive reforms of anti-corruption systems in India and to put an end to the dark corridors of power.

At India Against Corruption we are initiating movement to bring in the much needed reforms and to empower the citizens of India with the power of RTI.

IAC is a part of a nation-wide campaign spearheaded by Baba Ramdev, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, Anna Hazare, Swami Agnivesh, Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal, Justice Tewatia, Sunita Godhra, Arch Bishop Vincent M Concessao, Devendra Sharma, Anna Hazare, Maulana Mufti Shamoom Kashmi, Maulana Kalve Rizhvi and Subhash Chandra Aggarwal and many other prominent personalities.

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

MPKK (Midival Punditz & Karsh Kale) ft. Shekhar Kapoor | Indie Indian Electronica

The coolest bunch of Indian Electronica artists and perhaps the pioneers... are back with a fresh new album with downtempo & symphony orchestra-like grand beats in collaboration with one of the finest filmmaker Shekhar Kapoor. MASI brings this to you first and exclusive preview of their first track from their new album!

Jitish Kallat's Public Notice 2 | Kennedy Center

Kennedy Center interviews Kallat about his installation of 'Public Notice 2' which recalls the historic speech delivered by Mahatma Gandhi on the eve of the epic Salt March to Dandi in early 1930 as a protest against the salt tax instituted by the British through some 4,500 bone-shaped letters.

On display March 1-20, 2011, at The Kennedy Center, during the "Maximum India" Festival

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