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Can anybody give me essay on "Corruption in India"?

Asked by Lokesh Yadav, 18 Oct '08 12:25 pm
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Give me the classifications or required sub heads to be discussed . I will try to do .
Answered by joyesh chakraborty, 18 Oct '08 12:27 pm

 
  
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Source: http://www.deeshaa.org/2003/10/21/corruption-in-india/

India ranks 83 in the list of least-corrupt countries. Finland is the least corrupt and ranks first; Singapore is fifth; Botswana is ranked 30th thus leading India by about 50 places.

In the Indian neighborhood, there are no clean countries. On a scale where 10 is the cleanest, India gets a score of 2.8 (with a standard deviation of 0.4, a fairly low standard deviation.) Compared to that, China scores marginally higher at 3.5 but has a greater standard deviation of 1.0 and therefore the estimated error is larger.

The Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the Islamic Republic of Bangladesh both score surprise, surprise lower than India. Pakistan gets a 2.5 with a large 0.9 standard deviation, and Bangladesh has the dubious distinction of being the least uncorrupt country of the 133 surveyed by Transparency International and has a score of 1.3 (std deviation 0.7).

I suppose if Sri Lanka were in that list, it would ...more
Answered by KishoranandVittalMangalore, 18 Oct '08 12:27 pm

 
  
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Corruption has eaten into the vitals of our system - I think this one-liner would do !
Answered by Ritu Arora, 18 Oct '08 12:38 pm

 
  
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Yes , when do you need it ?
Answered by ARUNKUMAR KARUA, 18 Oct '08 12:30 pm

 
  
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IN INDIA, corruption is so deep and pervasive, and its ramifications are so wide and varied that it would be facile to capture the problem through some anecdotal information, as attempted in the Reporters Notebook. A qualitative counterpart to the quantitative scoreboard should mean at least dissecting samples from every aspect, which the scoreboard covers. This may not be possible without a compendium of corruption reports, which in any case is not available. Though the Reporters Notebook is on the whole correct, some elaboration of the issues is in order.

As Delhi is Indias political capital and its capital of sleaze, it is possible to pick up some cases from Delhi. But that may provide a good idea of the magnitude of the problem, considering that India is a large country, in terms of its population, geography, social, economic, political, commercial and cultural diversity. And, Delhi is only a tiny part of the country.

To restate the perception of some laypersons, in India cor ...more
Answered by anantharaman, 18 Oct '08 01:07 pm

 
  
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. In the present days, after getting freedom from colonial rule, as a result of sacrifices of millions of freedom fighters, India established a genuine democracy, complete with a free press, a real legal system, and extensive personal freedom, reasonably good accounting standards, and an independent judiciary. Given the human and educational resources of India, given its relative political stability, given its well-developed legal system, all fundamental prerequisites to the building of wealth, why does India remain so poor? And why do Indians who immigrate to other countries, perform much better than those who stay in India? How one of the worlds richest people is also in India and poorest person is also in India? How the average difference in per capita wealth of America & Europe to that of India has grown from 6 times in 1950 to 12 times in 2005? The answer to all these questions, which are related, is not hard to find. It is The Corruption, Indias great weakness, responsible for wi ...more
Answered by prabhat kumar kumar, 18 Oct '08 12:38 pm

 
  
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It is 1 liner. India is following the developed countries
Answered by ashwani agarwal, 18 Oct '08 12:28 pm

 
  
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Answered by wnstjr, 18 Oct '08 12:28 pm

 
  
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It will be endless
Answered by SHASHIBHUSHAN, 18 Oct '08 12:26 pm

 
  
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It is to be adopted than written
Answered by anil garg, 12 Jan '10 12:02 am

 
  
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