• The Power of Youth
    The Power of Youth in Creating “Corruption Free India” The essay is a study of role of youth to make country a corruption free nation. It is an effort to give concrete view point on the power of the integrated youth of nation who are future of the country and whose efforts are decisive...
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  • Management
    masses. Have you heard about Abdul Kalam's book India:Vision 2020?, It illustrates how the youth of this country can work towards a better futrue of India in the contemporary world. So as the youth of this country, It is our responsibility to strive for a corruption-free India. There's no doubt...
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  • Corruption
    live in a society, that is corruption free, we need people with quality, of mind and thoughts. If those people come forward to build a strong nation, our dream of a corruption free society is never far away. A country like India, where a majority of its population is the youth (more than 60...
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  • Essay
    made the corruption creped into every fiber and fabric of body politic of our nation. But can we escape the criticism and responsibility when we ourselves are the part and parcel of the social paraphernalia that is actuated largely by materialistic considerations ? How many of us, believe in the...
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  • Curruption Be Eradicated in India
    Can Corruption be eradicated in India, If not why? In today’s era where materialistic values as topmost priority it is not possible to dream of a corruption-free society, and where moral and ethical values are at the lowest span of ladder, every fiber of society indulged in-self satisfaction...
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  • Tv a Boon or Curse
    | |] | It is only youth movement in the country which can remove and finally eradicate corruption and enjoy a corruption-free India by 2020 when it will be transformed into a developed country, he said replying a question from a student how to make India free from corruption...
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  • Role of Youth in Building Corruption-Free Society
    Gandhi was one who dreamt of a 'CORRUPTION FREE INDIA'. Its quite unnatural to think if Gandhi had got no notion of the cancerous disease of corruption which would become the very threat for the healthy function of the domain within decades. He gave or lived not in a 'corruption-free India' but...
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  • India 2011 – Winds of Change and Its Impact on Your Life
    continuously if we start taking examples then we can see how the high post officers are doing illegal work. 2G Spectrum scam, this is the present biggest scam in India. Some cases are going on the people who were responsible for this spam but nothing is happening. This is not the only example IPL scam...
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  • Causes and Consequences of Corruption in India and How to Counter It
    wealth: This is the greatest loss for the people of India. Since independence, India is showing tremendous growth in corruption (Jeep deal to 2 G spectrum scams). India lost billions and billions dollars of money in various scams. Instead of becoming independent affluent nation, India is dependent on...
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  • Anti Corruption
    corruption from the roots, how we can expect the government to be corruption- free. Corruption is not a new phenomenon in India. It has been prevalent in society since ancient times. History reveals that it was present even in the Mauryan period. Great scholar Kautilya mentions the pressure of forty...
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  • Corruption in India
    , it seemed like India was on the fast track to becoming a developed nation. However, recent slow growth has not only reigned in this optimism, but it has also revealed just how rampant government corruption is throughout the country. Major scandals in the telecommunications industry and the coal...
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  • Is India Truely Independent
    things to be co-insidence then how more blind can one possibly be? It is a privilage to be around people who are not your own, ones who are looking at you to see what you can offer but only under the condition that the glory comes to your nation not to the nation that lets you display your skill. Be...
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  • Corrurtion in India
    , better have an optimistic view of it. Today India can be saved from this poison of corruption only through entering into politics. So, we the young generation of the country must strive hard for eradicating corruption and other problem to make country prosperous. Patriotism within individual must be...
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  • Malady
    integrity cannot let the corrupt go scot-free. No nation can survive if we dare not bring to book those who have snapped the foundations of society by plundering the national wealth. Now, the question arises, how can the nation come out of this labyrinth? The answer is simple. Only the masses which is a...
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  • Jan Lokpal Bill
    Jan lokpal bill 2011 The article describes the various salient features of Jan lokpal bill of Anna Hazare. It also states the corruption in India and the need for anti-corruption laws.It also tells the news and updates on the lokpal bill and how the Jan lokpal bill differs from the government...
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    . Together these systems are known as the political economy of a country. C) The opening case on India’s efforts to transform its economy illustrates how economic growth in a country can be affected by its politics. India has had a democratic government since 1947, yet economic growth in the country has...
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  • My Study Books
    of free India. We have proved ourselves worthy of freedom. We are considered as the largest democracy in the world. How proud we were when Abhinav Bindra made our National Flag flutter and‘Jana Gana Mana’ played at the background in Beijing? We are proud of it and feel very happy about all these...
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  • Various Topics
    , here in India, a respected social activist Anna Hazare is waging a peaceful, non violent war against corruption. His urge to free India of the greatest evil, corruption, commends appreciation. This fight against corruption staged at Jantar Mantar was not a one- man show. People from different...
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  • Corruption
    negative connection between democracy and corruption abound. However, there are numerous examples where this negative correlation between democracy and corruption does not exist. Consider, for example, the case of India. India, the largest liberal democratic nation as well as one of the most corrupt...
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  • Corruption and Nepotism
    Corruption in India: Corruption in India is a consequence of the nexus between Bureaucracy, politics and criminals. India is now no longer considered a soft state. It has now become a consideration state where everything can be had for a consideration. Today, the number of ministers with an honest...
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