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Kaaledhan Ki Mohtaaj Hai democracy

In all likelihood the Lokpal Bill is not going to be passed in this session of the parliament. The aggressive body language coupled with the harsh speech of all responsible quarters lays bare all the designs that politics is capable of weaving. Excuses are ready to be touted for not passing the Lokpal Bill. Targets […]

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Comparing Three Anti-Corruption Bills

A study of three different anti corruption Bills makes a very interesting reading. These Bills are: The Jan Lokpal Bill, The Lokpal Bill and THE PREVENTION OF BRIBERY OF FOREIGN PUBLIC OFFICIALS AND OFFICIALS OF PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS Bill. It would be quite instructive to make a comparative study of the statement of Objects and […]

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Why Corruption Needs To Be Eradicated?

I would have no quarrel if it is said that corruption is a global phenomenon. But should we import or export corruption in the global market? Even global problems have local versions. In India, the public anger is against our kind of corruption. The vastness and multiplicity of cultures, religions, languages, ideologies etc can create […]

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Suppressio Veri or Suggestio Falsi ?

The UPA (United Progressive Alliance) government, led by Man Mohan Singh and the Congress Party led by Sonia and her son Rahul, have begun damage control exercise after witnessing the groundswell of public support to Anna Hazare led movement. Both the party and its government have  been rudely shaken by the spontaneous support to Anna […]

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Chain and cage the corrupt

Yeh public bhi kya-kya kahati hai !  ( How to deal with corruption: Public speak) A journey in the local city transport bus can be more instructive  than the moderated superficial debates on television channels on subjects of current national and international affairs. I happened to witness one such event in a DTC(Delhi Transport Bus) […]

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Lokpal Bill or Corruptionpal Bill?

Only beating about the bush! Why indulge in the drama of tricking people into believing that the government is serious about corruption in public service? Can corruption also be divided on the basis of caste, creed, community, status, gender,political leanings, haves & have-nots etc? If the Lokpal can’t be trusted with the remit of the […]

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