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Supporters (above) of India's anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare rally to his cause Monday in New Delhi. Mr. Hazare, who has been fasting since last Tuesday, is unhappy with the Indian government's response to his proposed reform legislation. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (top) appeared resolute in not giving in to the activist's demands for a powerful watchdog office to stamp out graft and corruption.

Top: Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare acknowledges the crowd as he returned to the stage after a break, in front of the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the Ramlila Grounds in New Delhi, India, Monday, Aug. 22, 2011. Hazare, who has entered the seventh day of his fast, is unhappy with the Indian government's response, aides said Monday, as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appeared staunch against caving to the activist's demands for a powerful anti-graft watchdog office. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)

ASSOCIATED PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS Supporters (above) of India's anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare rally to his cause Monday in New Delhi. Mr. Hazare, who has been fasting since last Tuesday, is unhappy with the Indian government's response to his proposed reform legislation. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh (top) appeared resolute in not giving in to the activist's demands for a powerful watchdog office to stamp out graft and corruption. Top: Anti-corruption activist Anna Hazare acknowledges the crowd as he returned to the stage after a break, in front of the portrait of Mahatma Gandhi at the Ramlila Grounds in New Delhi, India, Monday, Aug. 22, 2011. Hazare, who has entered the seventh day of his fast, is unhappy with the Indian government's response, aides said Monday, as Prime Minister Manmohan Singh appeared staunch against caving to the activist's demands for a powerful anti-graft watchdog office. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)