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Outcomes of Budget 2011-12 (Hindi)   
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Finance Minister Pranabh Mukherjee on 28th February 2011 announced the Budget for next fiscal year 2011-12. The Budget 2011-12 has utterly failed to address the core challenges of rolling back inflation and reducing mass deprivation. Besides, the allocations for the welfare of women, minorities, dalits and tribals are thoroughly inadequate. This episode highlights some of the significant outcomes of budget 2011-12 like health, education, livelihood and social exclusion. Mr. Mazher Hussain and Mr. Ashok Bharti gave their views on 'Haq Hamara Wada Tumhara'.

World Anti - Poverty day (Hindi)   
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Although we celebrate the World Anti Poverty day every year but the fact that rich is becoming richer and poor is becoming poorer are the same. There should be something new should happen in order to address this issues. Mr. Amitabh Behar of Wada Na Todo Abhiyan gave his views on the same.

Corruption in India (Hindi)   
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Corruption has progressively increased in India and is now rampant in our society. There are many forms of corruption prevalent in our society. There are political corruption, police corruption, corporate corruption, bribery, rule of law etc. The causes of corruption are many and complex. Emergence of political elite who believe in interest-oriented rather than nation-oriented programmes and policies contribute to maximum amount of corruption occurring in our nation. Ms. Anupama Jha in an interview with Haq Hamara Wada Tumhara said, that corruption in India is a result of strong nexus between politicians and bureaucrats.

Gender Mainstreaming (Hindi)   
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Gender Mainstreaming focuses on gender roles and relationships rather than on women only; it is designed to ensure that women and men have access to project resources, services and opportunities. However, there is a marked inequality between both men and women on the same. This episode highlights Gender mainstreaming as an important aspect of good governance. It seeks to ensure that institutions, policies and programs respond to the needs and interests of women as well as men, and distribute benefits equitably between women and men. To substantiate on Gender Mainstreaming Dipta Bhog from Nirantar and Prof. Rama Swami.

Expectation of Budget 2011-12 (Hindi)   
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The Union Budget is not just an annual statement of receipts and expenditures. It is an instrument for fulfilling the obligations of the state and is a political statement of the priorities set by government in resource allocation. But, there is a vast chasm between vision statements or stated objectives or targets, budgetary allocations made to attain these targets and the prevailing the grassroots reality. Similarly, this episodes speaks some of the aspirations and expectation of Civil Society Organizations on Budget 2011-12. Executive Director, Mr. Subrat Das of CBGA gave his view on 'Haq Hamara Wada Tumhara'.

Cash Transfer against PDS (Hindi)   
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The finance minister’s Budget speech proposed a radical change in subsidies: instead of trying (and failing) to provide subsidized goods to the needy, the government would provide cash transfers. This would cut wastage and leakages in subsidies. This episode speaks in favour of PDS because it would provide direct support to people who are poor. Cash Transfer would not benefit the poor in the long run. In support of this Anjali Bhardwaj from Satark Nagrik Sangathan gave her view on the same.

About Wada Na Todo Abhiyan (Hindi)   
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This episode explains about the work and activties of Wada Na Todo Abhiyan since its inception and highlighting the upcoming events of the campaign. 

Problems of labourers (Hindi)   
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Labour’s Day is an annual holiday celebrated all over the world that resulted from the labour union movement, to celebrate the economic and social achievements of workers. The celebration of Labour’s Day has its origins in the Eight-hour day movement, which advocated for eight hours of work. In this episode Mr. Pramod Kumar, Wada Na Toda Abhiyan, Bihar and Mr. Lalit Babar, Wada Na Toda Abhiyan, Mumbai, shares their views on the need for policies which, directly benefits the labourers particularly those who are poorer and marginalized. 

Basic services and Food security (Hindi)   
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This episode is the second part of a three part series of thematic discussions aimed at identifying the priorities that for building the 'People's Governance Agenda' that could be presented to the newly elected government in June 2009. This part analyzes the promises that have been made by different political parties through the Election Manifestos on Food Security and Agriculture and Basic Services.

NRHM and Right to Health (Hindi)   
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Listen to the 5th Episode of Haq Hamara, Wada Tumara on NRHM and the Right to Health. In this episode Jashodhara Dasgupta explains the relevance NRHM and the ground level experience of rising Maternal Mortality Rate in Uttar Pradesh. Subhash Medhapurkar shares the study being undertaken by Wada Na Todo Abhiyan on social exclusion and the right to health.

Haq Hamara Wada Tumhara

Wada Na Todo Abhiyan runs a bi-weekly radio program called 'Haq Hamara Wada Tumhara' in partnership with One World South Asia. The program is aired on AIR FM Rainbow (102.6 Hz) on every alternate Fridays. The objective of the program is to reach out to larger audience on developmental issues and bring awareness among the people and hold the government accountable to its promises to end poverty, social exclusion and discrimination.

The program initially started in October 2008 and has successful aired 74 Episodes till September 2011. We receive feedback, sms and phone calls from our listeners and respond to their issues accordingly.

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Yavnika Tanwar, Tej Prakash and Leander Toppo

Wada Na Todo Abhiyan, C-1/E, Second Floor, Behind Yusuf Sarai Gurudwara, Green Park Extension, New Delhi-110 016, INDIA, Tel: 91-11-46082371
Phone: 9873983404
Email: leander@wadanatodo.net

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