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What is the main reason of corruption in India?

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Asked by Rajiv Tiwari, 22 Jan '08 01:45 pm
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Our citizen . who is not taking action . who is indulging such practice. see when some one ask for bribe immediatly he/ she should be charged why are paid by the govt .. just to serve us .. then why do u nned bribe or any extra money ... if it happens at every level then corruption can be rooted out. Actually people are having amples of black money and they dont mind paying some money as they know how to recover from the goverments revenew only , like avoiding IT or ST. this is because of us . none is responsible for this.
Answered by joyesh chakraborty, 22 Jan '08 01:51 pm

 
  
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We are responsible
though we may blame the system
Answered by anil garg, 10 Oct '09 06:49 pm

 
  
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HEAVY TAXES & DUTIES. political support
Answered by Ravichem PORWAL Group, 25 Jan '08 07:38 pm

 
  
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It is because people have silenced their conscience.
Answered by vivek swamy, 24 Jan '08 06:50 pm

 
  
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I feel, it is the protect yr family concept, which leads to curruption, later more n more for self enjoyment n family enjoyment leads to more curruption. which spread like virus. Everybody wants to earn easymoney. The result is curreption. The persons who leads curruption free life r shunted out of develomental work. This is my personal view, it does not mean that there is no other reason for curruption. There r many reasons otherthen these as mentioned by me
Answered by siddhartha das, 23 Jan '08 09:50 pm

 
  
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U , me and all the Indian who give money while taking the licence to the agent.
OK take very simple example of MP3 cd u purchase from any shop.
Ask to any1 is it liggle to purchase or sell the MP3 cds???
answer would be NO.It looks very simple or of 20 to 30 Rs corruption but it is the industry of 20 to 30 crores my friend Piracy market is about that much amount.
It is illegal but now its the oxygen for every thing we have to do.
We even cant complete our work which is related to govt without giving any extra money to any officer.
I'll tell u very simple example,
I lost my licence thats why for first time I went to Police Station.
I wanted to report a formal FIR of it.
They seen and they knew I was new in their they asked me how much money I can give them 200 or 250 to register a complain. ...more
Answered by ASHISH, 23 Jan '08 04:21 pm

 
  
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Materialism has overshadowed austerity, or simple Gandhian thoughts and beliefs
Answered by sankar gm, 23 Jan '08 03:47 pm

 
  
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Corruption is world phenomenon.
Corruption is more or less widespread in all countries.
Corruption is particularly widespread in states where the legal system, mass media and the public administration are weak and undeveloped.
Three levels of corruption are usually referred to: petty corruption (bureaucratic corruption), grand corruption (political corruption) and state capture (corruption which affects the entire state apparatus).

No country can escape from this. So is India too.... Long way to go....
Answered by Roy John, 23 Jan '08 03:47 pm

 
  
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Greed
Answered by Gunjan Gupta, 23 Jan '08 03:34 pm

 
  
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politics and laws.
Answered by mahesh, 23 Jan '08 01:25 pm

 
  
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