Anna Hazare

Indian hunger striker goes on fast to end corruption

Indian activist Anna Hazare, whose hunger strike in August attracted public support, held a one-day fast demanding government to tackle corruption.

India celebrates people’s victory as activist ends fast

Sipping coconut water and honey, a self-styled Gandhian anti-corruption reformer ended a hunger strike on its 13th day on Sunday.

Anna Hazare: The divisive face of a new India

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Thousands gather as India graft impasse shows signs of thaw

Thousands have gathered to support an anti-corruption social activist who has galvanized India against the government through a hunger strike.

India protests increase as anti-graft activist fasts

Protests swelled across India in support of a campaigner fasting to the death in jail against government corruption.

India protests surge as anti-corruption activist fasts

Protests have swelled across India in support of anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare, and the government seems unable to end the standoff.

India in uproar after crackdown on anti-corruption protest

Indian police arrested an anti-corruption hunger-striker and detained 1 400 of his supporters on Tuesday in a crackdown that provoked outrage in

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