[Reader-list] Where did Democracy go?
iwasthere2000 at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 25 16:27:47 IST 2006
The best way to hurt a joker is to ignore him, please
brother for the sake of Mr. Shivam's sanity leave him
alone, he thiks people from a pro active protest
movement are jokers and theater artists, what ever be
the cause, soon he will call people from the NBA
wailers and no cause exepct his own will be big enough
for him. He dislikes opposition, he dislikes different
opinions and voices.. well well people like him are
May us jokers get cannoed every day
--- Shivam Vij <mallroad at gmail.com> wrote:
> Kiran, I do not know exactly what the NoC
> requirements are, but roughly, the
> Station Head Officer judges if the proposed protest
> could in any way disturb
> 'law and order', that is, turn violent. More
> controversially, an NoC may be
> denied if it is felt that the protest may *provoke*
> violence. It's a bit
> like the issues of hate speech and censorship.
> Which reminds me, I've been thinking lately of Delhi
> as a City of Protest.
> The discourse of street protest is dominated of
> course by the leftist
> protest, replete with songs and street theatre. What
> a wonderful film it
> would make! One could stage a protest just for the
> documentary, and violate
> the route map given by the organiser to the police,
> enter "VIP zones" and
> get water canons fired upon.
> Are the Youth for Equality actors looking for work?
> Do let me know.
> On 8/24/06, Kiran Jonnalagadda <jace at pobox.com>
> > On 23-Aug-06, at 1:32 PM, Shivam Vij wrote:
> > > There are well known norms of street protest - a
> No Objection
> > > Certificate from the police station, informing
> the police station
> > > of the route of your protest etc.
> > Shivam,
> > What is the procedure for obtaining a No Objection
> Certificate? Are
> > there any conditions under which one may be
> > --
> > Kiran Jonnalagadda
> > http://jace.seacrow.com/
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