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HIV Radio Spot 3 (Hindi)   
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Hundred years ago, Gandhi Ji was forced to get down of train in Africa. This is a radio spot urging people to stop discriminating people who are HIV positive.

HIV Radio Spot 1 (Hindi)   
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The information that comes out of an HIV test is kept confidential. A radio spot telling that one should go to the nearest hospital for HIV testing without any fear.

HIV Radio Spot 4 (Hindi)   
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Radio spot urging people to stop discriminating people who are HIV positives. It gives the message of love and affection for HIV postive people.

Baant Liya Bhaagwan ko (Hindi)   
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This album is an effort to reverse a willful void that has come to be in the understanding of cultural protest, to reinstate a legacy in an age where words, insights and politics continue to remain relevant. There is a need to rekindle the spirit of resistance, of question and of reason towards a socially just society. The songs in this collection have been selected from various sources and include the famous flag song written in 1857 by Azimullah Khan - the song that inspired Iqbal to write Saare Jahan Se Achha.    

Hum Sab - Title track (Hindi)   
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This album is an effort to reverse a willful void that has come to be in the understanding of cultural protest, to reinstate a legacy in an age where words, insights and politics continue to remain relevant. There is a need to rekindle the spirit of resistance, of question and of reason towards a socially just society. The songs in this collection have been selected from various sources and include the famous flag song written in 1857 by Azimullah Khan - the song that inspired Iqbal to write Saare Jahan Se Achha.

Munde Dabba Meline (Hindi)   
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This album is an effort to reverse a willful void that has come to be in the understanding of cultural protest, to reinstate a legacy in an age where words, insights and politics continue to remain relevant. There is a need to rekindle the spirit of resistance, of question and of reason towards a socially just society. The songs in this collection have been selected from various sources and include the famous flag song written in 1857 by Azimullah Khan - the song that inspired Iqbal to write Saare Jahan Se Achha.     

Women on Record (Hindi)   
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"Women on Record" is a celebration of and a tribute to women who sang in the Gramophone Record era. In this project CMAC will create a production that combines different art practices including video/film, photography, music, theatre and dance with the idea of recreating an environment and mood of the gramophone era.This project focuses on the lesser known community of musicians and performers, the “Gaanewali”, loosely translated as the “singing ladies” many of whom became celebrities during their time with the advent of the technological wonder – the 78rpm gramophone record.

Do Awazein (Hindi)   
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This album is an effort to reverse a willful void that has come to be in the understanding of cultural protest, to reinstate a legacy in an age where words, insights and politics continue to remain relevant. There is a need to rekindle the spirit of resistance, of question and of reason towards a socially just society. The songs in this collection have been selected from various sources and include the famous flag song written in 1857 by Azimullah Khan - the song that inspired Iqbal to write Saare Jahan Se Achha.     

Hum Hain Iskey Maalik (Hindi)   
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This album is an effort to reverse a willful void that has come to be in the understanding of cultural protest, to reinstate a legacy in an age where words, insights and politics continue to remain relevant. There is a need to rekindle the spirit of resistance, of question and of reason towards a socially just society. The songs in this collection have been selected from various sources and include the famous flag song written in 1857 by Azimullah Khan - the song that inspired Iqbal to write Saare Jahan Se Achha.

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