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Re: Corruption-an insect which is eating india

Posted: Wed Oct 08, 2014 3:10 pm
by Namita
I totally agree that Corruption is an insect which is eating India day-by-day….

But I just want to know one thing Corruption is done by whom????Somewhere,we as an individual are responsible for such corruption.In today's world everyone is so busy that he want everything to be done quickly.Lets take an example if we break any traffic rule & caught by the traffic police our next statement will be KUCH LE DE KE NIPTAO YAAR...Is there any need for that????or simply we can follow the rules & regulation which are made for our safety.

I remember Tata tea, a renowned brand of tea in India, launched a TV commercial with the tag line "Jaago Re" (Wake-up) to raise the awareness of people on various issues, including fighting corruption. Entertaining someone for a cup of tea in India is an indirect means of giving bribes.

Publicity and web postings to reveal corruption can be one way but the essence lies in boosting one's own morale.

Re: Corruption-an insect which is eating india

Posted: Mon Jul 28, 2014 6:50 pm
by vitaj
Though I am against corruption, but I want to give another perspective to the readers of this post. India and China are two countries which have now been spelled in a single sentence. China has been used for comparison by Indian people. As per records, China has a much greater level of corruption than India. Still it is progressing at a much larger pace of 7% , much greater than India. the reason is the different style of governance. China uses a Communism and India uses Democracy. Though Communism has much bigger cons than democracy, but looking at China, sometimes I wonder, should we change our governance system to Communism?

Re: Corruption-an insect which is eating india

Posted: Sat Jul 19, 2014 12:39 pm
by ISTTMpooja326
Corruption is the insect which is eating away the wealth and prosperity of india.
Only, we the citizen of India can eradicate the corruption to a large extent or even completely( in ideal condition). Like the ad of Tata Tea'Jaago Re' we should stop giving bribe even for small matter though at times it is not possible practically, but still we should inculcate the habit of not giving bribe will reduce the corruption to certain extent. By electing good leaders from our constituency and educating general public about corruptions are the other measures to stop corruption from our country.
I don't know why people at such high level go for such illegal ways of earning, since they are already availing all the facilities. Nobody will take the money with them after death nor their family members can use it as they have to hide those money every time.
Rather if those money are utilised in better ways then they themselves will get benefited from it. For example, a luxury house if situated in a remote area with no infrastructure facility will have no use. Because for every basic amenities one has to go far places to avail those facilities.

Corruption-an insect which is eating india

Posted: Fri Jul 18, 2014 8:48 pm
by pushkarp89
Corruption is not a new phenomenon in India. It has been prevalent in society since ancient times. But today it has increased to an extent making the life of the common people running after those corrupt people to get their work completed.Especially in government sector corruption is at every corner,if you want any work to be accomplish in time,you have to give bones to the dogs.
Corruption has been defined variously by scholars. But the simple meaning of it is that corruption implies bribery, without any regard to honour, right and justice. In other words, undue favour for any one for some monetary or other gains is corruption. Shrinking from one’s duty is also a form of corruption. Besides, thefts, wastage of public property constitute varieties of corruption.
Corruption is not a uniquely Indian phenomenon. It is witnessed all over the world in developing as well as developed countries. It has spread in every sphere of life, namely business administration, politics, official departments , and services. In fact, there is hardly any sector which can be characterized for not being infected with the virus of corruption. Nobody can be considered free from corruption from a high ranking officer.

To rule over the evil of corruption from society, we need to make and enforced certain laws strictly. Judiciary should be given more independence and initiatives on issues related to corruption. Special courts should be set-up to take up such issues. Law and order machinery should be allowed to work without political interference. NGOs and media should come forward to create awareness against corruption in society and educate people to combat this evil. Only then we would be able to save our system from being collapsed.