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Cartoonist Aseem Trivedi was recently remanded to 14 days judicial custody for dishonoring the national symbols in his cartoons he displayed in the protest rallies held by social...
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Free Anti-corruption cartoonist Aseem Trivedi - Cartoons Against Corruption

FREE Anti-corruption cartoonist Aseem Trivedi - Cartoons Against Corruption (*******Spread this video in Twitter, facebook orkut *********) Aseem Trivedi (born 1987) is a renowned Indian political cartoonist and activist, best known for his anti corruption campaign Cartoons Against Corruption.[1] He is a founder member of Save Your Voice, a movement against internet censorship in India.[2] He has been awarded Courage in Editorial Cartooning Award for 2012 by CRNI Cartoons Against Corruption In 2011, a nation wide anti corruption movement India Against Corruption gathered pace in the leadership of a veteran Gandhian Anna Hazare demanding Jan Lokpal Bill. Aseem Trivedi joined the crusade and started a cartoon based campaign, Cartoons Against Corruption to support the movement with his art. He launched a website www.cartoonsagainstcorruption.com consisting of his sharp anti corruption cartoons targeting corrupt system and the politicos. He displayed his cartoons in the MMRDA ground, Mumbai during the hunger strike of Anna Hazare. [edit] Ban on the website Aseem Trivedi was exhibiting his political cartoons from Cartoons Against Corruption in the anti-corruption protest at the MMRDA grounds, when his website was suspended by Crime Branch, Mumbai. It was only Dec 27, the first day of the protest, when he received an email from BigRock, the domain name registrar with which his website was registered, saying, "We have received a complaint from Crime Branch, Mumbai against domain <b>...</b>
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