Energy Crisis in Pakistan

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1. Introduction
2. Definition (According to)
a. Transparency International
b. World Bank and Asian Development Bank
c. In the Context of Pakistan
3. Types of Corruption
d. Petty Corruption
e. Grand Corruption
f. Political Corruption
4. Corruption in Islamic teaching
5. Quaid-i-Azam on corruption
6. Causes of corruption
g. Political Instability
h. Law and Order Condition
i. Unemployment
j. Lack of education
k. Poor governance
l. Moral Culture
7. Report about Corruption in Pakistan
m. Transparency International Report
8. Remedies or Solution
n. Transparency
o. Equal Distribution Of National Resources
p. Free Media
q. Effectiveness and Efficiency
r. Accountability
s. Cheap and Quick Justice
9. Conclusion
The menace of corruption has links toa multitude of vices. Its roots are linked to injustice, mistrust, suspicion, extremism and terrorist activities. It creates a sense of insecurity, exacerbates poverty and adds to the misfortune of the vulnerable segments of the society. Italso instills a sense of hopelessness and despondency and threatens the strength of good values which have been established over centuries of civilized struggle. The word “Corruption” has its origin in a Latin verb “corrupts” meaning “to break”. Literally, it means “a broken object”. In simple words, corruption means “the misuseof entrusted power for private benefit.” Conceptually, corruption is aform of behavior which departs from ethics, morality, tradition, law and civic virtue. Definition

The term corruption has various definitions. The United Nations, Transparency International, and the multilateral financial institutions likethe World Bank and Asian Development Bank define corruption as, “abuse of public office for private gains” In the...
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