Anna Hazare Protest In Pictures Part-1

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[Image]A team of doctors checks the health of India's anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare on the stage during his hunger strike in New Delhi, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest, which entered sixth day on Sunday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mahatma Gandhi to push for government to adopt his version of a bill setting up an anti-graft watchdog. (Manish Swarup)
[Image]Supporters of Indian rights activist Anna Hazare march on a flyover in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Hazare, who is on his sixth day of hunger strike to demand that Indian lawmakers pass his anti-corruption bill said Sunday that his supporters comprise a "people's parliament" above the nation's elected assembly. (AP Photo)
[Image]Indian shouts slogans in support of India's anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare during his hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest, which entered sixth day on Sunday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mahatma Gandhi to push for government to adopt his version of a bill setting up an anti-graft watchdog. (Manish Swarup)
[Image]Supporters gather at the ground where Indian rights activist Anna Hazare is on his sixth day of hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Hazare, who is on a hunger strike to demand that Indian lawmakers pass his anti-corruption bill said Sunday that his supporters comprise a "people's parliament" above the nation's elected assembly.
[Image]India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare takes rest on the stage during his hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest, which entered sixth day on Sunday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mahatma Gandhi to push for government to adopt his version of a bill setting up an anti-graft watchdog. (Manish Swarup)
[Image]Supporters march to the ground where Indian anti corruption activist Anna Hazare is on his sixth day of hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Sunday, Aug. 21, 2011.
[Image]A supporter adjusts her cap made popular by anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare, with the words 'I am Anna' during his hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Aug. 20, 2011. Hazare said Saturday he was feeling physically weak but resolved in his demand that the government adopt his version of a bill setting up an anti-graft watchdog. (Saurabh Das)
[Image]A supporter of India's anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare holds a placard at the site of his hunger strike in New Delhi, India, Saturday, Aug. 20,2011. Hazare said Saturday he was feeling physically weak but resolved in his demand that the government adopt his version of a bill setting up an anti-graft watchdog. (Kevin Frayer)
[Image]Students shout slogans during a protest against corruption, in support of anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare, at a school in Mumbai, India, Thursday, Aug.18, 2011. Hazare struck a deal with police early Thursday to hold a 15-day public hunger strike against graft, ending a bizarre standoff at a New Delhi prison in which the activist turned his brief detention into a sit-in protest. Anna Hazare's ordeal has hit a chord with Indians fed up with rampant corruption.
[Image]India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare, bottom center in white, walks out with social activist Swami Agnivesh, in saffron, from the gates of Tihar prison where he was lodged since Aug. 16, in New Delhi, India, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest Friday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mahatma Gandhi to push for government reform. (Saurabh Das)
[Image]India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare, wearing a white cap on a truck, waves to the crowd during a slow-moving procession to a protest venue, in New Delhi, India, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Thousands of cheering supporters braved the pouring rain to greet Hazare as he arrived at the Ramlila fairground hours after he stepped out of a New Delhi jail to wild cheers of "Long live Mother India" and a shower of rose petals.
[Image]Supporters crowd around the car carrying India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare during a slow-moving procession to a protest venue, in New Delhi, India, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest Friday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mahatma Gandhi to push for government reform. (AP Photo)
[Image]India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader Anna Hazare is carried on the shoulders of supporters at Rajghat, the memorial of Mahatma Gandhi, in New Delhi, India, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Hazare began a public hunger strike and mass protest Friday, adopting the tactics of liberation hero Mohandas K. Gandhi to push for government reform. (Manish Swarup)
[Image]Veiled Muslim students join others in a demonstration in support of anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare in Bangalore, India, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. India's most prominent anti-corruption crusader emerged from a New Delhi jail on Friday to wild cheers of "Long live Mother India" and a shower of rose petals as he prepared to begin a 15-day public hunger strike.
[Image]Indian supporters of anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare shout slogans as they participate in a torch rally in his support in Ahmadabad, India, Thursday, Aug.18, 2011. The renowned Indian anti-corruption crusader struck a deal with police Thursday to hold a 15-day public hunger strike against graft, ending a standoff at a New Delhi prison in which he turned his brief detention into a sit-in protest.(Ajit Solanki)
[Image]Volunteers rest near leftover food packets after serving supporters of social activist Anna Hazare as they camped outside Tihar prison, where he is presently lodged, to lend their support to his crusade against corruption, in New Delhi, India, Thursday, Aug. 18, 2011. Hazare struck a deal with police early Thursday to hold a 15-day public hunger strike against graft, ending a bizarre standoff at a New Delhi prison in which the activist turned his brief detention into a sit-in protest.


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