Although I couldn't find the famous video from the 1980s online, here is a link to the Mile Sur Mera Tumhara video made up some years ago by MIT (Cambridge, US) students.
And here is one from the University of Idaho, one from University of Texas at Arlington, another from Twente, Netherlands, and one from Old Dominion University, Norfolk
And now time for some tough questions for this day...
Independence Day but where is the freedom asks The Bangalore Torpedo, questioning how "free" we are.
And even the Prime Minister lectured the nation, as it turns 59, on India's failings
Speaking of the PM, read this blogpost -Manmohan Singh's Surprise
It is too soon to tell whether Manmohan Singh's robust and elegant defence of the Indo-US nuclear deal in last Thursday's debate in the Rajya Sabha marks a turning point in his prime ministerial tenure. Nonetheless, his impassioned address before the Upper House is an event of some significance. Perhaps not since Atal Behari Vajpayee's fiery parthian volley during the no-confidence motion that stymied his thirteen day government in 1996 has any other prime ministerial speech induced an equal sympathy.