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Prepare before it strikes: Disater Management ( Hindi)   
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To build a safer and disaster resilient India by developing a holistic, pro-active, multilateral and technology-driven strategy for disaster management through collective efforts of all Government Agencies and Non-Governmental Organizations Disasters devastate. They hit communities and break their socio-political and economic fabric. They test the resilience of people, especially women, by erasing years of hard-earned lives. Though women are the worst affected and the first to respond to disasters, they are often the last ones consulted in disaster response initiatives.

Nuclear power in India ( Hindi)   
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For a large developing country like India with large population density, nuclear power will play an important role for sustainable supply of energy. Nuclear power is the fourth-largest source of electricity in India after thermal, hydro and renewable sources of electricity. Nuclear Energy offers Emission free energy on the massive and expanding scale the world so urgently requires. Moreover nuclear energy is considered to be an environmentally benign.

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'.

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'.

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.

Water and sanitation in urban resettlement ( Hindi)   
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Stagnant pools of water, overflowing drains, garbage piling up on street sides, stunted children and dazed adults yet to reconcile with the exodus forced on them in 2004 -- these are common sights at the Bawana J. J. Colony, seven years after several thousand families were resettled in this far corner of North-West Delhi from Yamuna Pushta, R. K. Puram and Vasant Vihar. Availing basic water and sanitation facilities in Bawana resettlement colony has become a challenge; especially for women, children and disabled.

WATSAN: Toilets ( Hindi)   
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A programme showing the significane of toilets.

Sisrsa municipal councillor planning ( Hindi)   
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In this episode, Sirsa Municipal Council Chairman, Mr. Suresh Kukku, is our guest. The host is Virender Singh Chauhan, Station Director of Radio Sirsa. He was invited to interact with listeners as a part of the series in which all the municipal councillors are proposed to come and respond to the questions of listeners regarding their plans for their respective wards in the Municipal Council. While sharing his vision and plans for next five years, the Council chief Mr. Kukku tries to answer a volley of questions from the listeners. As is evident in this audio clip, the issues raised by the listeners include the poor sanitation scenario, the overflowing sewerage system in some parts of the town, the out of order street light and improper garbage disposal arrangements. The issue of stray cattle and especially the cows that constitute one of the biggest traffic hazards in Sirsa is also vociferrously raised in this particular episode. Listeners not only ask questions but they also propose and suggest probable solutions to some of these issues of collective-concern.
On his part, the guest makes some promises, tries to clear some doubts and ensure immediate action in some matters. He also expresses his willingness to stay in touch with the residents through the platform provided by Hello Sirsa.

Governance --> Service Delivery

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This thematic area addresses the issue of delivery of services provided by the government to the public. It isimperative that a high quality of basic services such as health and education be provided to all citizens, since these are not only ends in themselves, but also play a critical role in enhancing individual capabilities to participate fully in the growth of the economy.