India Corruption & Bribery Report

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What is the amount of bribes requested by people in India?

Reported_Bribe_Demands

The above numbers clearly suggest that Bribery in India is at a grass root level with close 86% demands were done for $5000 or less (2,50,000 rupees or less, out which more than half were for $26 (Rs. 1300) or less.

Because, corruption takes place at such a grass root level, it is extremely difficult to contain it.

Having said that, 14 people out of 100 taking bribes are for amount more than $5000 (Rs. 2,50,000). Actually, if you look at the top officials are even more corrupt. I will tell you why I say that –

The number of big bosses is merely 1%-2% of all officials, yet according to the report 14% of bribes are of huge amounts, showing that big bosses are involved even more compared to low level officials who are taking bribes.

On a sidenote, China’s number is much higher with 24% of reported demands were for amounts between $5,001 and $50,000, 6% of reported demands were for amounts between $50,001 and $500,000, and 6% were
for amounts greater than $500,000. interesting…


  • What is the nature of Bribe Demands in India?

Nature_of_bribe_demands_in_India

No guesses here – if you want to get your work done, bribe em’ ! thats what is quite clear and in line with the notion we have.

More than half of all the bribes were paid to get the work in time !

77% of all reported bribe demands in India are related to the avoidance of
harm, including securing the timely delivery of a service – which is actually a right of a person (such as clearing customs or having a telephone line installed) and receiving payment for services already rendered

Only 12% of the bribe demands were for gaining a personal or business advantage (including exercising influence with or over another government official, receiving inappropriate favorable treatment or winning new business).

One thing for sure, we are now used to this corrupt system and take it in our stride as part & parcel. We do not want to go extra lengths and take the easy way out. But this easy way out is actually the roots of corruption in India.


  • Who demand bribe in India?

Bribe_requestors_in_India

No guesses here !

Whooping 91% of reported bribe demands originate from government officials in India.

The greatest sources of bribe demands, were from national level Government officials (33%), the police (30%), state/provincial officials and employees (16%), and city officials (10%) respectively .

Do you know which of the two Indian ministries ask for bribe more than other? – They are Customs office (13%) and Taxation and Water (9%).

China fares slightly well when it comes to Government officials taking bribe (85%) – Another major difference is that India Police (30%) are far more corrupt than their Chinese counterparts (only 11%).


  • What is the frequency of Bribe Demands in India?

Frequency_of_Bribe_demands

Nearly 90% indicated being solicited for a bribe between two and 20 times.

Overall 60% people reported bribe demands of 5 times or lower from the same individual. However, 9% asked for bribes more than 100 times.

Compared to China, it differs significantly with 73% people indicating that they had received multiple bribe requests. Almost 20% of those individuals reported receiving more than 100 bribe demands in China.


  • In what form was the bribe requested?

Do you want any tips on how to give bribes? here is what our corrupt officials prefer..

If in doubt, give cash, as 92% of all bribes are preferred to be “cash or cash equivalent,” The next best thing is a “gift,” (5%) including requests for company products, jewelry and similar items. Less common still, at approx. 1% each, were requests for hospitality or entertainment items; travel for other than business purposes; and other assistance, such as
help with a visa, medical care, or scholarships.

Surprisingly, there were no reports in India of demands for “additional business” or “sexual favors.” In China, those demands accounted for a combined total of 7% of reported bribe solicitations.

Credits to Author : Arun Prabhudesai

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  • None

    Way to corruption-free
    society

    Distinct
    from description/ presentation/ explanation/ translation/ derivation/
    coordination/ interpretation/ interpolation/ extrapolation, -MANIPULATION is either
    intentionally-incorrect or randomly produced version of any of these, whereas
    MISTAKE is unintentionally-incorrect version of the same. While creation is the
    basis of existence as well as its continuation, manipulation is lack of
    creation. That’s how the creative and the manipulative cults are mutually
    immiscible in a given module of work.

    Manipulative
    attitude is one of the THREE MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE BASIC TRAITS in humans, the
    other two being communicative and creative attitudes. The mutual exclusiveness
    of these traits makes a human have either one of  these three attitudes, NOT two or all of
    these.  [see http://eklabya-cult(dot)blogspot(dot)com/ ]

    The
    mutually exclusiveness of these attitudes also suggests that to eradicate
    manipulation from a container entity, one has to REMOVE THE MANIPULATING INDIVIDUAL
    ITSELF from at least controlling the entity at any level.

    Identification
    of a manipulating person need not wait for a post-incident analysis following a
    debilitating action of his, but can be done pre-incident. Cult theory helps this
    pre-incident identification. In this matter, only PRE-INCIDENT IDENTIFICATION
    OF MANIPULATORS is meaningful, or else post-incident removal of one manipulator
    will practically mean replacement of one manipulator by another manipulator,
    and thereby the container entity gets unendingly rotten and rotten leading to
    its sure death, because unrestricted manipulators always have greater
    individual strength and thereby appear more promising, as manipulation, their
    sole job, is easier than creation.

    WHEN
    MANIPULATION IS DONE WITH MONEY MATTERS, IT IS CALLED CORRUPTION which is the
    most debilitating aspect of human existence around the world. This debilitation
    is visible in developing democracies, apparently managed by developed
    democracies by organizing to export it, apparently managed by communism by enforcing
    to digest it, while in dictatorship, after initial euphoria, it is allowed to slowly
    approach and consume the power pyramid, until naturally it consumes the very seat
    of power. Unless this debilitation is arrested by marginalizing manipulation, consumption
    of the seat of power is the ultimate result, irrespective of the form of power.
    For example, in the US, government’s initiatives on health will always fail
    against private initiatives for business on health – always, because perfect
    solution to health dissolves all health businesses, which will always be
    sustained through manipulation. Because health is invariably an evolutionary
    process, – evolving either towards extinction or towards superiority of life -,
    there can be no permanent solution to health but the perfect solution, which
    will always be eclipsed by manipulation. So, unless manipulation is marginalized,
    humanity is heading towards extinction, but before that happens the very form
    of power obviously will take the beating first. However, wisdom expressed
    through this article, can help any form of power survive by riding the human
    existential evolution through marginalization of manipulation. And, like terrorism,
    manipulation also cannot be nurtured only for internal control of one’s own
    organization, or only to act against foreign entities/ nations.

    Now,
    what about clearing manipulation only of health sector? Its answer basically is
    as indicated at end of the last paragraph. However, the minute dynamics is as
    follows: Health is the corner stone of our existence. With general public
    health wanting, manipulators have the competitive edge, as manipulation is
    easier than creation. But, with general public heath adequate, creative people
    have the edge for obvious reasons. So, in the environment of adequate public
    heath, manipulation for its survival becomes far more aggressive and open,
    requiring its marginalization more aggressive and open too.

    Marriage
    is the entry point to cult. A male or female individual of any bloodgroup can set
    himself/ herself earn any of the three mutually exclusive basic traits by
    suitably selecting his/ her life partner. So, futuristic perfect solution for a
    corruption free society is to educate people about the cult theory and its implication.

    Roasting/
    cooking of food provided a switching effect in the evolution of apes to man, and
    the switching action being instantaneous, there could not be found an evidence of
    a (missing) link. Now, pre-emptive marginalization of manipulation, using the cult
    theory, is destined to provide another switching effect in the further evolution
    of humans on earth. To start with, this switching action is possible informally
    at the (creative) individual level, and/ or formally at the group/ entity level.

    Apart
    from personally acting on, highlighting/ advancing this fact can be conscious
    and pivotal mission of any one’s life to sustain one’s life’s meaningfulness/
    effectiveness intact, and whatever else one consciously do may directly or
    indirectly be meant to support/ sustain it. Because this fact of immiscibility
    of the creative with the manipulative lies at the juncture that is simultaneously
    at downstream of truth and fact, and at upstream of multiple lines of
    meaningful actions. – by None (09-Nov-2011)

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  • Rabhishek2161992

    Berlin:  One person in four worldwide paid a
    bribe during the past year, according to a study released on Thursday to
    mark International Anti-Corruption Day. And India has cut the grade in
    the top five. (Read: India perceived as more corrupt after CWG scam | Corruption Perceptions Index 2010)

    54 per cent Indians say they greased the palms of authorities to get things done, the study says.

    “Corruption
    has increased over the last three years, say six out of 10 people
    around the world, and one in four people report paying bribes in the
    last year,” the Berlin-based non-governmental agency, Transparency
    International (TI), said.

    Releasing the findings of the 2010
    Global Corruption Barometer, a worldwide public opinion survey on
    corruption, TI said it showed that in the past 12 months one in four
    people paid bribe to one of nine institutions and services, from health
    to education to tax authorities.

    The police are named the
    most frequent recipient of bribes, according to those surveyed, with 29
    per cent of those who had contact with the police reporting that they
    paid bribe.

    The biggest number of reported bribery payments in
    2010 is in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Cameroon, India, Iraq, Liberia,
    Nigeria, Palestine, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda where more than 50
    per cent of people surveyed paid bribe in the past 12 months.

    In India, 54 per cent of users of services said they paid bribe to receive attention from service providers.

    Almost
    half of all respondents say they paid bribes to avoid problems with the
    authorities and a quarter say it was to speed up processes.

    Most
    worrying is the fact that bribes to the police have almost doubled
    since 2006, and more people report paying bribes to the judiciary and
    for registry and permit services than they did so five years ago, TI
    said.

    Worldwide, sub-Saharan Africa was the region reporting the
    greatest incidence of bribery with more than one person in two saying
    they had made such payments to officials in the past 12 months.

    The
    Middle East and North Africa was the next most corrupt regions with 36
    per cent of people there reporting having paid bribes.

    This
    compared to 32 per cent in the former Soviet republics, 23 per cent in
    South America, 19 per cent in the Balkans and Turkey, 11 per cent in the
    Asia-Pacific region and five per cent in the European Union and North
    America.

    The United Nations established International
    Anti-Corruption Day in 2003 to raise awareness of graft and promote the
    global fight against it.

    Lower income earners reported paying more bribes than the better paid.

    The
    study, the seventh on the matter by Transparency International since
    2003, this time involved a greater number of countries, including for
    the first time China, Bangladesh and the Palestinian territories.

    Polling, mostly by the Gallup Institute, was conducted between June 1 and September 30.

    The
    United Nations established International Anti-Corruption Day in 2003 to
    raise awareness of graft and promote the global fight against it. (With
    input from agencies)
    Read more at: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/india-among-the-top-bribe-paying-country-71630&cp

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  • abhials

    Berlin:  One person in four worldwide paid a
    bribe during the past year, according to a study released on Thursday to
    mark International Anti-Corruption Day. And India has cut the grade in
    the top five. (Read: India perceived as more corrupt after CWG scam | Corruption Perceptions Index 2010)

    54 per cent Indians say they greased the palms of authorities to get things done, the study says.

    “Corruption
    has increased over the last three years, say six out of 10 people
    around the world, and one in four people report paying bribes in the
    last year,” the Berlin-based non-governmental agency, Transparency
    International (TI), said.

    Releasing the findings of the 2010
    Global Corruption Barometer, a worldwide public opinion survey on
    corruption, TI said it showed that in the past 12 months one in four
    people paid bribe to one of nine institutions and services, from health
    to education to tax authorities.

    The police are named the
    most frequent recipient of bribes, according to those surveyed, with 29
    per cent of those who had contact with the police reporting that they
    paid bribe.

    The biggest number of reported bribery payments in
    2010 is in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Cameroon, India, Iraq, Liberia,
    Nigeria, Palestine, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Uganda where more than 50
    per cent of people surveyed paid bribe in the past 12 months.

    In India, 54 per cent of users of services said they paid bribe to receive attention from service providers.

    Almost
    half of all respondents say they paid bribes to avoid problems with the
    authorities and a quarter say it was to speed up processes.

    Most
    worrying is the fact that bribes to the police have almost doubled
    since 2006, and more people report paying bribes to the judiciary and
    for registry and permit services than they did so five years ago, TI
    said.

    Worldwide, sub-Saharan Africa was the region reporting the
    greatest incidence of bribery with more than one person in two saying
    they had made such payments to officials in the past 12 months.

    The
    Middle East and North Africa was the next most corrupt regions with 36
    per cent of people there reporting having paid bribes.

    This
    compared to 32 per cent in the former Soviet republics, 23 per cent in
    South America, 19 per cent in the Balkans and Turkey, 11 per cent in the
    Asia-Pacific region and five per cent in the European Union and North
    America.

    The United Nations established International
    Anti-Corruption Day in 2003 to raise awareness of graft and promote the
    global fight against it.

    Lower income earners reported paying more bribes than the better paid.

    The
    study, the seventh on the matter by Transparency International since
    2003, this time involved a greater number of countries, including for
    the first time China, Bangladesh and the Palestinian territories.

    Polling, mostly by the Gallup Institute, was conducted between June 1 and September 30.

    The
    United Nations established International Anti-Corruption Day in 2003 to
    raise awareness of graft and promote the global fight against it. (With
    input from agencies)
    Read more at: http://www.ndtv.com/article/india/india-among-the-top-bribe-paying-country-71630&cp

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  • None

    However, propagation of cult-consciousness will essentially be started/ sparked off at the personal/ people level, NOT directly at political level. NOR, health-problem will directly cause it. Cult-consciousness is essentially a stress-buster that is sound, sustainable as well as rewarding to a far extent. This eureka-discovery on the part of individuals will be the initiator. 

    However, propagation of cult-consciousness will be carried out through a fundamental existential dynamics that timely truth and humans mutually promote each other like catalysts. Humans propagate or speak of/ voluntarily works
    for those ideas that, when indulged, generate a sense of well-being and a kind
    of luck that stitches into integrity their individual piece-efforts related to
    their personal life, which piece-efforts otherwise generally fall apart.
    Promoting cult-consciousness just does that especially when its time has come. 

    Rampant Corruption on one hand, and fundamental
    medical hypocrisy on the other have pushed people’s mental stress level to the
    brink so that the stage is set for cult-consciousness to propagate like wild fire.

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  • None

    Going by this modern cult theory, as envisaged in http://eklabya-cult(dot)blogspot(dot)com, I understand that : 
    1. It is an perceptional evolution of the communist class theory; or, this cult theory is molecular/ natural/ evolved version of the communist class theory
    2. In emerging India, at national and state levels, all political parties will evolve through trans-migrations and mutual mergers to only three political parties consisting exclusively of persons of the three cults: communicative, manipulative and creative. But then, because communicative people find their ultimate expressions through media, manipulative people through business, it is the creative cult party to remain strongly active in politics to complement their otherwise defenseless creativity. In short, I mean to say, the increasingly cult-conscious persons will not tolerate different-cult persons in the same party they are in – the result being rearrangement towards parties of same-cult persons, and thereafter rule of creative cult by the mere force of their urge to defend their creativity.
    3. In today’s defining times, cult-consciousness will propagate like wild fire.
    4. But interestingly, today’s direct problem is neither politics, nor corruption. Today’s direct problem, including in USA, is fundamentally faulty state-approach to health. And because this faulty approach is guided by corruption, which corruption is being sustained by faulty political setup, politics needs first be corrected; and it shall be corrected through 2012-13 by propagation of cult-consciousness. For our own and our children’s well being, we have only one holy duty to do: to contribute to the propagation of cult-consciousness – cult based on blood-group combinations of husband-wife of family units. On health matter, I will not elaborate more, because thereby I might be potentially hurting some people’s medical business, and might fall prey to their ire. But I must mention the main and deadliest weapon of health business is propaganda, through which they change not only perception, but also law of the land.

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  • None

    If I type the intended site name, this site does not post the comment. So I here I hint for the intended site name as:”http://eklabya-cult(dot)blogspot(dot)com”

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  • http://eklabya-cult.blogspot.com/ None

    General public needs to improve their personal individual informal politics, backed by their first-hand scientific understanding of existential dynamics. There seems to be no other go. We have to be now conservative in having confidence on systemic arrangements for furthering our existence. We have to find ways to divide our personal surrounding human population into creative, manipulative and communicative types, and be interactive to one, neutral to other and immune to another, depending upon of what type we ourselves are. For detail Click the site:   posted on 15-July-2011

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  • Nikhil

    Hi…You have a lot of interesting datapoints in graphic form put up…What is the source of this data? Is it from a report, an agency or dereived through analysis done by yourself?
     

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  • worthview

    It is indeed a democracy, nevertheless a highly skewed one !

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  • None

    Is India practically a democracy or an oligarchy

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  • Anonymous

    If we do not or cannot engage ourselves production/creation of true space, all are stupid, useless.

    On Wed, 30 Mar 2011 12:00:07 +0530 “Disqus” <> wrote
    None (unregistered) wrote, in response to Siddharthamithu:

    By ‘we’, whom you are including here alongside yourself? If you have a criticism in mind about others, either keep silence or criticise those others openly. Why do you include yourself, because as I said, self-criticism in public is hypocrisy, and therefore self-harming.

    Link to comment: http://disq.us/1jlr4h

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  • None

    By ‘we’, whom you are including here alongside yourself? If you have a criticism in mind about others, either keep silence or criticise those others openly. Why do you include yourself, because as I said, self-criticism in public is hypocrisy, and therefore self-harming.

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  • Anonymous

    REALLY, HOW SHAMELESS, HYPOCRITE WE ARE.

    On Wed, 23 Mar 2011 12:02:18 +0530 “Disqus” <> wrote
    None (unregistered) wrote, in response to Siddharthamithu:

    Mr.Siddhartha,

    This site is Indian, not confined to Bengal alone. Here, criticising Bengalees by a Bengali means self-criticism in public. Any self-criticism is useful (very useful) when done within oneself. But, anyone doing self-criticism in public does it ignorantly for proclaiming one’s own personal internal/ basic ‘greatness’, which not only does not serve the real purpose of self-criticism, but also harms it. While self-criticism in confidence advances you by say 10 years, the publicised self-criticism pushes you back by 10 years- and this is 100 out of 100 times true. Probably, you may be a disciple of a Guru who is promoting self-criticism, but not cautioning against the harmful public-selfcriticism.

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  • None

    Mr.Siddhartha,

    This site is Indian, not confined to Bengal alone. Here, criticising Bengalees by a Bengali means self-criticism in public. Any self-criticism is useful (very useful) when done within oneself. But, anyone doing self-criticism in public does it ignorantly for proclaiming one’s own personal internal/ basic ‘greatness’, which not only does not serve the real purpose of self-criticism, but also harms it. While self-criticism in confidence advances you by say 10 years, the publicised self-criticism pushes you back by 10 years- and this is 100 out of 100 times true. Probably, you may be a disciple of a Guru who is promoting self-criticism, but not cautioning against the harmful public-selfcriticism.

    Coming to Bengalees, they are the leaders of India for all times, as seen in the past and also, as will be seen in the future. The present low-profile of Bengal and Bengalees is requirement of the present time for quietly studying the enslaving forces emanating from within, also joining hands directly and/or effectively with those from outside.

    The apparent general problem with Bengalees is that they are more propriety-minded than progress-minded. The PM’s recent statement implying ‘I am not responsible for what my subordinate did’ is the ultimate sure expression of a democratic and predominantly progress-minded person. He could not have said the opposite, for being responsible of a subordinate’s action will either mean dictatorship, or inaction. Because, at such high position one can neither do things solely oneself, nor can verify propriety of actions of all subordinates down the line. The apparent solution of post-facto punishment again means subordinates’ inaction or dictatorship, and thereby the country goes to a bunch of mindless dictators or sensitive non-performers.

    So, the real solution for joining progress with propriety in a parliamentary democratic base is an object-based, practical method of pre-facto judgement – for this, India is not yet prepared. Because, India already had a pre-facto judgement system in caste and cult, its fault being that it was subjective and dynasty(work)-based, and not object-based. Parliamentary democracy may be the ultimate form of government, but people’s informal perception and informal judgement needs to be sharpened, which can be done, to start with, only by a superman ‘in whom Buddha’s heart and Sankara’s wit becomes one’ (similar to as said by Vivekananda). This time it will not be limited to India and its surroundings alone, it will be universal. However it must start in India, may be first in an infinitesimal scale.

    Finally, a message to all common Indians: It is the nature of our existence that when things become unbearable, ‘heaven-sent’ solution comes within some more time, provided you wait for it by not indulging in violent or dramatic acts in the mean time. – posted on 23-March-2011

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  • Anonymous

    Most of the communities in India (such as Bengali), are succumbed in ‘Culture of Poverty’(a theory introduced by an American anthropologist Oscar Lewis), irrespective of class or economic strata, lives in pavement or apartment. Nobody is at all ashamed of the deep-rooted corruption, decaying general quality of life, worst Politico-administrative system, weak mother language, continuous absorption of common space (mental as well as physical, both). We are becoming fathers & mothers only by self-procreation, mindlessly & blindfold. Simply depriving their(the children) fundamental rights of a decent, caring society, fearless & dignified living. Do not ever look for any other positive alternative behaviour (values) to perform human way of parenthood, i.e. deliberately co-parenting of those children those are born out of ignorance, real poverty. All of us are being driven only by the very animal instinct. If the Bengali people ever be able to bring that genuine freedom (from vicious cycle of ‘poverty’) in their own life/attitude, involve themselves in ‘Production of Space’(Henri Lefebvre), at least initiate a movement by heart, decent & dedicated Politics will definitely come up.
    - Siddhartha Bandyopadhyay, 16/4, Girish Banerjee lane, Howrah-711101, India.

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  • Concernedcitizen

    India’s most corrupted dept. is police which is very well known to the world. But the recent phenomenon of growing number of innocent civilian get heavily punished to get good posting, promotion, transfer by planting stories and twisting facts, escaping the real culprits and put innocent behind bar is growing day by day. Even for petty crimes people are heavily penalised and punished with heavy hands and police, political, criminal, bureaucratic, judicial nexus even with the section of media showcasing the innocent civilian as criminal and extracting money even the so called civil society in the city is quite disturbing especially in Mumbai. Criminals are roaming freely on the street of Mumbai and find targets. There is sudden rise of crime. They create trouble against soft target and beaten and complaint against them with their power and influence with the police to extract money from the victim.

    Transfer, promotion and posting in Mumbai police done based on their influence and money. Even constables spending lakhs of rupees for getting favourable place posting. When they are posted in their choicest place, they also brings an army of criminals to carry out their activities. Then these criminals roam everywhere identify soft target and even create trouble on road, railway stations, create mob, attack and hand over to police. Police then book the victim in any big criminal cases like rape, murder, chain snatching or any undetected cases and extract money and mercelessly beaten by group of policemen unless and until get unconscious. They even call media to show that they caught the culprit. The latest target is civil society who raise voice against corruption, injustice, human right violation, exposing builders, criminals, filing RTI etc.

    In all the police stations, policemen keep patta (conveyor belts,) tyres, rope, steel rods, bamboos, chains etc. the list are endless to beat the victim. Nobody ready and willing to take against any action against this policemen and the so called seniors and their political masters never address the victim’s grievance because they are part and parcel of this crime.

    Earlier organised criminals are working anonymously. Now they are working openly with the support of police which is visible to public at large. What is reported in the media or higher authorities is just 5% of the crime. But actual crime never reported. If there is any serious reporting against the juniors, it just end with a party or a bottle of whisky or like things. So reporting to higher up is not worthwhile and even they are further harassed and booked in another crime.

    Today democracy under threat from official inaction and over action and unchecked system of corruption and violation of human right is the order of the day. Civil society is under threat. Save Democracy, save civil society.

    Concerned citizen requesting to international audience to take up this issue and investigate thoroughly. Thousands of innocents are either disappeared or languishing in jail due to excesses committed by police criminal nexus.

    In Mumbai some policemen acting against the ruling party with the support of some political party to carry out the agenda against the incumbant government to make bad name especially in Zone VI and central and state intelligence agencies with global watch need constant monitoring and vigilance against erring officials who have a hidden agenda. It is a wake up call for the Congress party to act now as some elements within bureaucracy, police, political, criminal nexus joined hand to embarrass the govt. Beware

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  • Kcmadankumar

    good 1……..expecting more…

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  • DR

    What is the source of this data in the charts?

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  • None

    India’s mammoth corruption mass is in non-payment of tax by business class. You go to e.g. Floatel Hotel in Kolkata. After paying the dues, they will give you not a receipt, but a bill, with 2/3 carbon copies of it, with a printed statement on it that you undertake to pay the bill amount, and they will insist you to sign below the undertaking before they hand over to you a copy of it. If you argue, the lady at the counter will not take your argument citing system of the hotel, and because of your hurry, you will abide by it. Simple background reason for this is that they do not want to show income. Why this page is silent about the mammoth tax evasion technique/ culture of the business class? They want to divert attention to small pie to protect the business class? and fool people? How can u subscribe to these wolves, if u r a genuin person?

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  • Saahil K

    Speaking of corruption, I have an experience to share.

    My company wanted to send me for a stint to the US and that’s when I realized my passport had expired! I immediately started work to renew it with the Mumbai passport office. And I have never been through a more painful experience. The innumerable visits to the passport office, scrambling to get all the paperwork together – trust me, it was a nightmare! But the worst was yet to come – the police verification. I received a call from the cop saying he would be coming home for the verification. Well he did turn up, and after doing a cursory check, he blatantly made it clear that the forms would only be cleared at their end in case he got a lil something from us. Ashamed to say it, but I did give him a lil something, cos I was in such a rush. But that’s also when I decided that I will do something about it.

    I really didn’t know how I can make a difference. I asked myself, Can I really stop corruption? Although, I had a lot of doubts I was determined to do something. I started asking my friends and colleagues whether they know of any organisation that fights corruption. That’s when a friend suggested that I register myself on http://www.jaagore.com , since the website has a database of NGOs. I immediately did that, and have even started working on a project with an NGO. I’ve never felt so proud of myself.

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  • Saahil K

    Speaking of corruption, I have an experience to share.

    My company wanted to send me for a stint to the US and that’s when I realized my passport had expired! I immediately started work to renew it with the Mumbai passport office. And I have never been through a more painful experience. The innumerable visits to the passport office, scrambling to get all the paperwork together – trust me, it was a nightmare! But the worst was yet to come – the police verification. I received a call from the cop saying he would be coming home for the verification. Well he did turn up, and after doing a cursory check, he blatantly made it clear that the forms would only be cleared at their end in case he got a lil something from us. Ashamed to say it, but I did give him a lil something, cos I was in such a rush. But that’s also when I decided that I will do something about it.

    I really didn’t know how I can make a difference. I asked myself, Can I really stop corruption? Although, I had a lot of doubts I was determined to do something. I started asking my friends and colleagues whether they know of any organisation that fights corruption. That’s when a friend suggested that I register myself on http://www.jaagore.com , since the website has a database of NGOs. I immediately did that, and have even started working on a project with an NGO. I’ve never felt so proud of myself.

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