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June 27, 2011
Children play a game of kabaddi on the grounds of a school in the Ralegan Siddhi village, located in...
Mumbai, India
To match feature INDIA-ACTIVISM/
Children play a game of kabaddi on the grounds of a school in the Ralegan Siddhi village, located in the Ahmednagar district about 250km (155 miles) south east of Mumbai June 16, 2011. The school was founded by veteran Indian social activist Anna Hazare in 1979. Clad in white home-spun garments and living in a spartan room of his village's Hindu temple, Hazare is an unlikely thorn in the side of the government hundreds of miles away in New Delhi. And yet for millions of Indians, he is a 21st-century Mahatma Gandhi, inspiring a rare wave of protests against the spiralling corruption that has tarnished the up-and-coming image of Asia's third-largest economy. Picture taken June 16, 2011. To match feature INDIA-ACTIVISM/ REUTERS/Danish Siddiqui (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY)
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