Civil Obedience Movement – Corporate Strategy for Social Values

The fight of satyagraha is for the strong in spirit, not the doubter or the timid. – Mahatma Gandhi

Civil Obedience Movement:

On the historic day of 12th March 1930, Gandhi inaugurated The Civil Disobedience Movement by conducting the historic Dandi Salt March, where he broke the Salt Laws imposed by the British Government.

  On 5th April 2011 Veteran social activist Anna Hazare started his indefinite fast unto death to press for the demand to involve civil society in formulation of the anti-graft Lokpal (ombudsman) bill. He broke the impasse of 42 years in getting the laws of the land to bring the public official to book – to enact Lokpal Bill.

This is the beginning of the Civil Obedience Movement in India in the year 2011. [Picture courtesy – Mani Bhavan, Rediff] Continue reading

Can you spot any loophole in the #Lokpal draft? – Rediif

I give below what I have submitted to Rediff on their initiative on – Can you spot any loophole in the Lokpal draft? Herein I have given the full text of their version, after my submission below, that you are requested to go to their site and fill in the form to submit your views that you may notice of any loophole in the Lokpal Draft. You may also pass on this information to Lokpal Bill Committee and the members of the Civil Society who have taken the initiative to introduce this  Bill in the Parliament that I consider a step in the right direction for the welfare of the People of India. Thanks:

Jayaraman Rajah Iyer

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#CSR the biggest and most dynamic corporate function of 21st Century

The school children meditate

Padmini's school childrenIt was on Friday 8th April, 2011 that students of a primary school Satya Surabhi, situated at a village at Continue reading

Corporate World, listen to Anna Hazare, but don’t forget Liu Xiaobo for #Sustainability Leadership

Corporate World, listen to Anna Hazare, but don’t forget Liu Xiaobo for #Sustainability Leadership


Bajaj Industries – Corporate Sustainability Leadership

Jamnalal Bajaj (4 November 1884 – 11 February 1942) was a Rajasthani industrialist, a philanthropist, and Indian independence fighter. He was also a close associate and follower of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi is known to have adopted him as his son. Several institutions in India bears his name, including the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies. Continue reading