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  • Corruption

    ENGLISH SPEECH CORRUPTION Duration : 3 mins Corruption is the eruption of the prosperity of a state and pupils. Good morning. Its AKSHAYA standing...

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  • Ole of Youth in Realising the Dreams of Dr Kalam Fighting for Equal Rights Fighting Corruption Empowering the Masses Read More: Http: //Wiki.Answers.Com/Q/Role of Youth in Realising the Dreams of Dr Kalam Fighting for

    am here to deliver a small speech on the topic “The role of youth in realizing the dreams of Dr.Kalam”. The youth have a great responsibility to realize the dreams of Dr.Kalam. Realizing the responsibilities by present youth force is seen during the India Against Corruption movement all over the country...

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  • Nothing

    Contact Us Short Essay on Anti-Corruption By Pranjana Mallick Corruption is found in the government when instead of thinking about the interests of the citizens as a whole, the members of the government are chiefly interested in promoting their own selfish interests. Corruption is found in both public and...

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  • India in Corruption

    india against corruption:here we have to organize india against corruption.So ther are many orgsanisations for that but still there is a need to give a push to this anti corruption canmpaign.First of all each and every indian of us should make a commitment that he/she will never see or do any act which...

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  • Corruption

    Corruption is a spiritual or moral impurity or deviation from an ideal, corruption payment services which the recipient is not due under law, corruption is a global phenomenon and is omnipresent ,it is present because the se of the change in the value system and ethical qualities of men who administer...

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  • Cwg Scam

    On  one side India has 80% of India’s 1.2 billion earn less than 2$ per day, one third of global poor live in India, every second child in India is malnourished, a mother has to chose to educate or send a child to work with grinding 17+% inflation, where majority of the country’s people life has reduced...

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  • Anna Hazare's Movement Against Corruption - 1

    Anna Hazare's Movement Against Corruption Corruption is a major problem that contemporary India is facing. It has affected almost all sections of Indian society; defence, medical, housing, telecom, postal, agriculture and sports. High profile politicians, bureaucrats, police officers and other high-ranking...

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  • Right to Information

    instances where a proposition of the similar subject has been moved into the house, and this traces back to as early as in 1966 when the Press Council of India prepared the draft bill in order to secure the right to information then again in 1997 The Institute of Rural Development, Hyderabad also prepared a...

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  • Right to Information

    Right to Information in India Posted on August 4, 2011 by Goodpal It tookIndia82 years to transition from an opaque system of governance, legitimized by the colonial Official Secrets Act, to one where citizens can demand the right to information. The enactment of the Right to Information Act 2005 marks...

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  • Corrptin

    Corruption In India Introduction: Greetings and good-after noon to all of you. My speech today will address the topic corruption. Everything in this era revolves around the decisions made by powerful people in society, particularly governmental people and politicians and many of them resort to(Sahara...

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  • Corruption

    Corruption Greetings and good morning to all of you. My speech today will address the topic on corruption and mainly the corrupted political system of India. After many years of ceaseless struggle for freedom, India gained it’s independence in the year 1947 at the cost of some brave and noble lives...

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  • Anna Hazare 8

    issue of the Lokpal Bill in New Delhi in April 2011. Hazare, a Gandhian by belief, outlook and practice, has become the face of India's fight against corruption. During his fast over the Lokpal Bill, Hazare, a quintessential traditional Indian by looks and mannerism, managed to inspire and mobilize the support...

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  • The Impact of Nehru’s Inaugural Address ‘a Tryst with Destiny’ on the Educated Indians of Two Different Generations

    deliver a speech which is being telecast on the national network and is being watched by millions. On this occasion , I would like to remind you of the historic speech that Pandit Nehru, the first Prime Minister of Independent India, delivered on the 14th of August 1947 - the famous speech titled...

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  • Right to Information

    information arguably increases public awareness of salient social issues, thereby improving freedom of speech. Free accessibility of public records also increases the transparency of Govt. operations, making corruption less likely or at least discernible. A major impetus for the recent legislation of public access...

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  • Gdp Essay

    most interactive ways to remove the roots of corruption in India When I think about corruption, I think about me and you, I think about us and the society, and I also think about those corrupted persons, who are fighting for corrupting the corruption. Corruption is not a pebble that you can pick it up and...

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  • My Study Books

    Sir, I here undersigned Vijay Raj working with your company since last 3 years as a painter. Sir, due to my family problems at my native place (India) I would like to request you to cancel my employment visa from October-2013. My father and mother are very aged people and getting sick frequently and...

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  • India Against Corruption – Are We on the Right Track?

    side of the camera, about the episode of peaceful agitation launched by Anna Hazare, his arrest and then the agitation by the people of India. From outside of India, I see this as a mass movement just like the one that we had against extension of Reservation quota by Arjun Singh from the same UPA government...

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  • Cultural Emergency of India

    CULTURAL EMERGENCY IN INDIA Is India facing what author Salman Rushdie calls a "cultural emergency" with writers, painters and filmmakers being targeted by the mob? Consider the events that have made the front pages this week. Leading academic Ashis Nandy is threatened with arrest after he makes...

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  • History of Essays

    Anna Hazare during his anti-corruption strikes. The Indian government had repeatedly performed corrupt acts concerning the public so he decided that enough is enough. The Government corruption needed to be put to an immediate end. In the article, “Anna Hazare’s Anti Corruption Protest Sees Delhi Signal...

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  • Rti & Development in Gujarat

    through print-outs where such information is stored in a computer or in any other device. It will be interesting to mention that Press Council of India prepared a draft Bill in 1996 to make a provision for securing right to information. This draft Bill was named Right to Information Bill, 1996. The...

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