Thursday, July 31, 2008

Talk by Arvind Kejriwal

Invites all
For a talk by
Arvind Kejriwal
The man who brought silently the most vocal revolution of India in
governance called Right To Information Act

Date: 2nd August 2008
Venue: Tapti Hostel Mess, JNU, New Delhi
Time: 9.30 PM

Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Part-time voluntary/paid workers required

Dear Friends,
We need part time voluntary/paid workers for research and maintaining other YFE activities.

  • Good working knowledge of English, typing, MS Word, and Internet.

Place of Work: South Delhi

Time Requirement: 2 to 4 hours a day.

The voluntary workers can work from their own work place. We also require voluntary workers for upcoming "Youth For Equality Times" for content development , both in English and Hindi.

Please send your breief biodata to

YFE fighting DUSU Elections

You are aware of the consistent efforts of Youth For Equality to Oppose divisive reservation policy. As a part of our opinion building exercise and to gather support from Youth masses, Delhi University unit of YFE has decided to contest Delhi University Students Union (DUSU) election this year. DUSU plays vital role in national politics and by wining DUSU we can ensure that, the discriminated meritorious youth's interests are taken into account. This will be an apt reply to the divisive and discriminatory policies. All political parties in India which are favoring this reservation policy will start counting us as a force of change.
Your active participation can ensure YFE's progress in defeating the divisive political forces.

Election Date: First Week of September (Friday) 2008.

Please convey the message to all YFE supporters and specially those who are studying in Delhi University Colleges to turn up on polling day and Vote for YFE.

To extend the support, get in touch with: Abhisekh Singh 9911462543, 9868911185

Shri Shiv Khera launched Bhartiya Rashtravadi Samanta Party

New Delhi. Renowned author and business consultant Shri Shiv Khera launched the Bhartiya Rashtravadi Samanata Party (BRSP) on July 14th with a promise to work for the upliftment of weaker sections of society based on the economic criterion. The party declared to take a public stand against all caste and religion-based reservations and the policies of the appeasement. In fact, Mr Khera has been a consistent and one of the most vociferous supporter of Youth For Equality in its fight against caste based reservations.