Dosh shrushti mein nai,
drushti mein hai.



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We are a first class nation with a third class governance



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Badi kashmakash hai zindagi mein. Timir se roshni vajr si ban gayi hai. Ki kaate kiran ki nahi katt rahi hai. Tunhe khudko indhan banna padega.



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Journey of Nation Building



2020

Raisen


Global Parli in Raisen is a mission of nation building through rural revival and empowerment of the villages of India. The project aims to deliver a replicable model of 360-degree development, changing cropping patterns and adoption of modern agricultural techniques, and marketing of produce to increase farmer incomes.




2019

My Super Ward


Mayank Gandhi and UPL launched a mobile app My Super Ward as a common platform to discuss various civic crises. The platform is used to directly send complaints to local representatives who then work with BMC officials to address these complaints.

 

More than this basic function, My Super Ward is a unique citizen centric app that creates an interface between local govt and citizens through access to information relating to the MCGM and its various departments through features such as:

 




2018

Nation First


Nation First is a non-political, non-confrontational citizens’ initiative that helps the economically weaker sections get quality healthcare either free of cost or without spending much through government mandated schemes like the Indigent/Weaker Section Scheme of the Bombay High Court, the Bombay Public Charities Act, 1950 as well as the Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Jan Ayogya, Yojna and the Ayushman Bharat Yojna.




2016

Global Parli


Global Parli is a mission of nation building through Rural Economic Revolution by empowering the villages. This is a replicable model consisting of a 4 step process that includes focus on water management, 360 degree development, changing cropping patterns and adoption of modern agricultural techniques, and marketing of produce to increase farmer incomes.




2014

Aam Aadmi Party


The Aam Aadmi Party was a culmination of the IAC and formed with the view of leading a political revolution in the country by fighting for change from within the prevailing governance system.




2011

India Against Corruption


The IAC began as a nonpartisan movement demanding change in the governance structures with more accountability mechanisms for transparent operations of the country’s administration. The aim of the movement was to press for the creation of Lokpal who would have powers to investigate matters of corruption within the government systems and eventually bring about a corruption-free India.




2010

World Conference


At the 2010 World Conference, organized by Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), that included 77 speakers and 1100 delegates from 29 countries, Remaking of Mumbai Federation presented a session on “Remaking Sustainable Cities in the Vertical Age” to present a pilot on the cluster-based model that involved redevelopment of 30 acres in the Chira Bazar area of South Mumbai. This project would involve redevelopment of over 8000 commercial and residential tenements spanning around 372 buildings.




2007

Remaking of Mumbai Federation


Remaking of Mumbai Federation was started with the objective to encourage cluster development in Mumbai through a deliberate planning process that would augment the existing infrastructure and aid in creating adequate housing for the city’s poor.




2003

Right to Information


The first seeds of the RTI in India were sown with the Supreme Court’s observation to advocate for an open, democratic form of governance that built upon the Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression enshrined in the Article 19[1] of the Indian Constitution. A sustained advocacy effort forced the Govt to pass the Maharashtra Right to Information Act in 2000.


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