We often hear appeals from senior leaders & politicians that women & the educated youth of India should enter politics. We have with us Anagha Paranjape-Purohit who fulfills both criteria and is contesting the Pune Corporation Elections from Prabhag 29 as an independent candidate.
With her education (Architect from Pune Univ. & Masters from Arizona, USA), profession (urban planner) and her ‘ordinary’ citizen / non-political background, she seems to have the right mix of things that the educated middle class looks for in a candidate. These elections are her foray into politics. Continue reading Why Not Politics? asks Architect Anagha→
The monthly meeting of National Society for Clean Cities, Pune will take place on Saturday the 21st of January 2012 at 3:30 pm at Wadke Hall, 3rd floor, PMC [Corporation] Building, Shivajinagar, Pune 411005.
PMC Elections and what the Mohalla Committees should do.
Encroachments: Who is responsible? And what citizens can do? – Mr. Ramesh Shelar, Dy. Municipal Commissioner.
National Society for Clean Cities, Pune has prepared a citizens’ charter of demands for candidates contesting the Pune civic elections 2012.If you know someone contesting the upcoming elections, do ask them these questions and share their responses online. Sudhar would be happy to feature the same.
The elections are scheduled for 16th Feb 2012. So now is a great time to push candidates to commit on various development tasks / projects.