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Friday, May 31, 2013

IF YOU WANT TO THANK ME, DONATE TO AAP

Hi,
 
While supporting the cause of clean politics, we really face that how hard it is to get clean money and sometime that gives us hint that that might be reason our current Indian politics is stand upon the pillars of black money because getting clean money is really hard. But people of India in last 2 months have proved it wrong. People donated generously from different parts of India and party is able to collect 2 Crores INR till now.
 
To fight the election in Delhi, even if we consider ourselves to spend under the limit(which is 25 Lacs INR per candidate) set by Indian Election Commission, we have a long way to travel and at each mile stone, party looks for support from Aam Aadmi for Clean Money. So if you want to be part of a real time practice of building political party on top of clean money, here is call for you to donate generously in your capabilities.
 
Follow the below given steps and prove that we can build a political party with clean money!!!!
 
Steps
1.      If you are Indian living abroad
a.       Go to http://donate.aamaadmiparty.org/
b.      Select your country of residence
c.       You need to fill out your passport number to make sure you have Indian citizenship still
d.      Select the way you want to donate, you can use your foreign bank account/Credit/Debit cards
e.       If you want to sign up for monthly contribution, join us our AAP Global Google Group or on our Facebook group. And volunteers would help you to remind every month.
f.        If you want to join our volunteer efforts global, fill out the joining form for NRIs
2.      If You are Indian living in India
a.       Go to http://donate.aamaadmiparty.org/
b.      Select the way you want to donate, you can use your foreign bank account/Credit/Debit cards
c.       If you want to join our volunteer efforts, search for Facebook with “Aam Aadmi Party
3.      If you are PIO/OCI and does not have Indian passport
a.       You can’t donate but you can still do a lot to support the cause.
b.      You can join our volunteer efforts, fill out the joining form for NRIs
c.       You can support the volunteer activities by providing the resources(non-monetary).
d.      Ask your friends/families to donate who would be eligible to donate.
 
Email me at Chetan.mnit2003@gmail.com or call me at 4252130710 for any questions/suggestion.

Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Ek 100 Rs Ke Note Ki Keemat Tum Kya Jano Ramesh Babu!!!!!!!

Yes Ramesh Babu......

How would come to know the price of 100 Rs note.

  1. For Someone this 100 Rs note is way to start a life.
  2. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to dream. Dream of beautiful future for children.
  3. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to start a shop so that with addition income, children can get some nutrition.
  4. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to support her family when no one else is there.
  5. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to show that I don't need your donation. Its enough. I can grow up myself.
  6. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to help her husband to get a new rickshaw so that family can move further.
  7. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to train the unemployed girls to start sewing and stitching.
  8. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to add a second meal of the day.
  9. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to spend life with dignity.
  10. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by selling fishing nets.
  11. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by selling Bamboo baskets.
  12. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by selling ice cream at public school.
  13. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by tailoring at local market.
  14. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by goat rearing.
  15. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by farming in the fields.
  16. For Someone this 100 Rs note is a way to increase his/her household income by running a petty shop.

When and How you would you come to know the price of a 100 Rs note?..........

Right now right away by investing this 100 Rs note in one of the above micro loans at Rang De( http://rangde.org ).

Thursday, July 08, 2010

My Work Experience

Got Some time to be active on my blog after a long time. Thought of noting down all the experiences which I gained so far. So here goes the list................
  1. National Service Scheme : I used to NSS volunteer at my college days. The activities which we carried out was like awareness about the smoking, drugs, HIV, malayria. To help the people during Polio campaigns. Did plantation at college campus to make it green.
  2. BHUMI : The organisation which gave a social shape to my career. I participated in various events organised by Bhumi like sanitation drive at OGH, hyderabad, blood donation camp and I dare not to forget Freedom Under Construction in 2006.
  3. YFE(Youth For Equality) : Then came the season of rallies, posters, meetings, police escaping. Anti-reservation flame caught the complete country and joining YFE was worth at the time. During YFE, got some pan friends who all have "Keeda" in them to do something all the time. I can not forget the night when we were pasting the posters in Hi-tech and trying to hide from police at the same time.
  4. Social Cause : Met Sri over the YFE meeting and got one more thing to support. Social cause id the org which work to educate(intellectual) the people about the current affairs in our country. Bomb blast at old hyderabad shook the complete city, Social cause was there to calm it. Organised a blood donation camp at HCL hyderabad with Social Cause.
  5. CSC at HCL : HCL started CSR in 2007 and the elections were held at the all the premises of HCL. I won the election at HCL CSC Hyderabad, that gave me confidence to win the indian elections.
  6. AID Seattle : Moved to Redmond(Bill Gate's head quarter) about 2 years. Came in contact with AID seattle team and was lucky to see face to face the person(Ravi) who is the inspiration behind movie "Swadesh". AID seattle team is collection of intellectuals, very brilliant team I have ever seen. All the decisions come out of brilliant mind, how to get overseas support for India. Participated few of the fund raising activities over there.
  7. Asha Seattle : From Asha, I came to know about a very new concept, marathon for the society. They run for the society.
  8. Ekal Seattle : Everytime when it is 15th august or 26th january, The "Keeda" inside me starts jumping. and that too happened on 15th august 2009. I planned to exhibit all the organisations(As i can find) which are doing something good. My target behind the exhibition was to make people aware about them. I was looking for someone who can provide me space for that. Ekal was planning to have ekal walk on the same day, and we worked together to make this exhibition happen. Ekal vidhyalaya is excellent program I have seen in the field of education.
  9. Room to Read : I read the book from John Wood "Leaving Microsoft to Change The World" which inspires me the most to leave HCL to do something :). I joined RTR seattle chapter and it was great experience to have RTR seattle chapter meeting at starbucks conference room at Barnes and Noble, Bellevue. How to make an ocean out of droplet, one can learn from RTR.
  10. The Holy Wives : The Movie which helped to show to my kid that I did something for the community. Still trying to raise the voice against this henious crime, please, support us.
  11. Rang De : It was my life. I was excited about Microfinance when i read it about in Bill Clinton's book "Giving". I started giving microloans to poor people from various countries, though India was not part of them. Rang De replicated the Kiva concept and we all moved to Rang De. While I say, "We", it means 125 people who are with me to provide these microloans every month. Rang De India!!!!!!!!!!!.
  12. FTI : Whenever we talk about something in India and if that is bad, we all reach to politics. I joined FTI to fight election in coming future. I am prepairing for that so that we can improve the thing which people are most afraid of.
  13. AAP : Then came the movement which took the power of common men collectively to fight against corruption in India. Worked on various project for Delhi election and I was taking care of AAP National helpline
  14. CERT : This was a great learning experience about how Community Emergency Response Team, USA works for the communities in tough time. I always wanted to part of national corps and this was the opportunity. 
I hope, there would be a long list of these work ex. Will keep updating.

Friday, September 05, 2008

India's Immortality

Ashfaqualla Khan
Date Of Birth : Oct 22, 1900





Aruna Asaf Ali
Date of Birth : Jul 16, 1909





Amba Prasad
Date of Birth : 1858





Annie Besant
Date of Birth : Oct 1, 1847





Allamah Iqbal
Date of Birth : Nov 9, 1877





Abul Kalam Azad
Date of Birth : Nov 11, 1888






Acharya Narendra Dev
Date of Birth : 1889





Aravinda Ackroyad Ghosh
Date of Birth : Aug 15, 1872




Ambika Chakrobarty







AtulKrishna Ghosh
Date of Birth : 1890




Allan Octavian Hume
Date of Birth : Jun 6, 1829






Abbas Tyabji
Date of Birth : 1853




Date of Birth : Aug 25, 1888




B. R. Ambedkar

Date of Birth : Apr 14, 1891



Baba Amte

Date of Birth : Dec 26, 1914

Date of Birth : 1889


Sunday, December 17, 2006

Inspiring One......

A few years ago, at the Seattle Special Olympics, nine contestants, all physically or mentally disabled, assembled at the starting line for the 100-yard dash. At the gun, they all started out, not exactly in a dash, but with relish to run the race to the finish and win. All, that is, except one little boy who stumbled on the asphalt, tumbled over a couple of times, and began to cry. The other eight heard the boy cry.

They slowed down and looked back. Then they all turned around and went back......every one of them. One girl with Down's Syndrome bent down and kissed him and said, "This will make it better." Then all nine linked arms and walked together to the finish line. Everyone in the stadium stood, and the cheering went on for several minutes.