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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Anna Hazare-Fast unto Death-Lokpal Bill

The name Anna Hazare which was least known to many people, but came into limelight after starting a Fast unto Death for proposing "Jan Lokpal Bill".

Jan Lokpal Bill: A law that will establish a Lokpal (ombudsman) that will have the power to deal with corruption in public offices (wikipedia).

Anna Hazare started this movement for passing a stronger anti-corruption Lokpal bill in the Indian Parliament. For this movement many students, teachers, social activists and movie actors are given support to Hazare.

Anna Hazare started his Fast until Death on 5th April 2011 at Jantar Mantar near New Delhi and he stated that "I will fast until Jan Lokpal Bill is passed".

This movement is evolving just like a tsunami which bashed Japan, in the same became more and more significant among Indian Youth through local support and here also social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter which are playing a vital role.

As a Youth, I too support Anna Hazare...

ICC Cricket World Cup Celebrations

After 28Years India Won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 under the Captiancy of MS Dhoni, and a final wish of SR Tendulkar was also fulfilled which was his dream.

Each and every team member need to be appreciated. BCCI announced Rs.1 crore for each team member, Hyundai sponsored each team member with a Hyundai Verna Car.

Here are some pics that how we partied on winning of India Cricket World Cup 2011

world cup celebrations

More to come, will updating with picasa web album

2011 Cricket World Cup Final - India Vs Srilanka

A breath taking match between two Asian Countries India Vs Srilanka for the first time in Cricket World Cup History.

Toss: Srilanka won the toss and elected to bat first
SriLanka Innings 274/6 in 50 Overs:
DPMD Jayawardene: 103 Not out
KC Sangakkara: 48
TM Dilshan: 33

India Innings 275/4 in 48.2 Overs:
G Gambhir: 97
MS Dhoni: 91
V Kohli: 35

And INDIA won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011, party begins in the streets of India....