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Ashima Kumar said: (Tue, Oct 7, 2014 09:21:59 PM)    
 
Corruption is something which we all should avoid, for our country to become a developed nation. Most importantly to make it a truth today's youth is required to take the effective step in this direction.

Moreover, it is also necessary to educate and inculcate such values in the younger generation that with span of time they know what is good for the betterment of their future.

Beside this we should also take initiative to come forward and set an example for others.

As @Mr Tej was saying that he would be one to come in front and I myself support that opinion.

But what about others, are they ready to take steps for this cause.

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Syeda said: (Sun, Sep 14, 2014 03:46:32 PM)    
 
Hi I am Syeda here. And I would like to share something about the same topic as you people mention. I agrees with your words. According to me corruption is like a oxygen for those people who got an habit of taking and I must say this words for thouse who takes bribe, tip, or donation, or gift "A LEOPARD CAN'T CHANGE ITS SPOTS".

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Mounika said: (Fri, Sep 5, 2014 01:01:17 PM)    
 
Good Morning every one.

This is Mounika. Am glad to put some points about corruption.

The main cause of corruption is our Indians mentality. We are becoming greedy day by day. Not only one person most of our Indians are doing the same thing. We are degrading ourselves. Not only in one place even in temples if we go to temple by taking bribe they are sending to Darshana. Our attitude have to change.

More haw many years we have to see that our India is a developing country. When will it become developed nation.

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Ravi said: (Sat, Aug 9, 2014 08:05:00 AM)    
 
I think corruption is a major hazard in our society. We would have to try our best to decrease this corruption. Because in every department like government department and private department. There are many kind of corruption. I think nepotism is a big corruption in India. So we have to stop corruption for our future.

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Akshitha P said: (Fri, Jun 6, 2014 07:02:38 PM)    
 
Hello friends !

CORRUPTION- which has now been the most interesting topic in media-news. Its not OK just to sit in front of tv and enjoy watching news showing how much corrupt our govt-private sectors are, we should not only waste our time in blaming them but know that each and every common man is also equally involved in it. Maybe we can't prevent it to happen but take some steps to control it. In order to do this, the younger generation which is the future should be taught about the VALUES and IMPORTANCE of each and every field, about the country etc which helps them get inspired and disencourage them in future to get involved in it. Hope to see a not just a developed but also a corruption free India !

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Chalmareddy said: (Thu, May 8, 2014 10:06:50 PM)    
 
First I am very thankful to giving me this opportunity to share my feelings about corruption. I would like to claim my self because we are responsible for it. We all are part of corruption. Without a common man and a politician there is no corruption. India is in the 7th place in corruption. In today's life not only govt sectors, private sectors are also in the race. So please take initiation with your own and make India as, a corruption-free country. It is not impossible to eliminate the corruption but it is reduced to some level.

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Ron Mcdonald said: (Mon, Feb 10, 2014 03:27:15 PM)    
 
Sadly there is at least a little bit of corruption in almost every individual. A big step towards eradicating corruption would be to subject the person offering or giving the corruption to hitherto unheard of MANDATORY PENALTIES when found guilty.

This must apply even to very insignificant examples of corruption (eg; keeping surplus change mistakenly given by a shopkeeper or A shopkeeper who deliberately short changes a customer) right up to major corruption committed by business men, government officials, members of the judiciary and members of the clergy.

Corruption is part and parcel of the modern world and only through vigilance and determination to change our culture can we even dream about it's eradication. But do we want to eradicate corruption?

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Binu said: (Thu, Jan 30, 2014 04:51:54 PM)    
 
Corruption is a word which we all used to hear daily from every person, every news channel, every society.

But have we ever who has given birth to this never ending problem. Its we people.

So we should not blame any other politician, because they just enter into politics to make money not to serve our country,

And we are the ones who have voted them and allow them to have all the money which is given for our nation's development to them they just store it in other nation.

And the more funny thing is going to be happen with them that all their money is going to be just waste after april as they will not accept the older notes, and as it is black money so the problem to them is how will they make it white.

And ultimately the loss will be our because that money can do a lot for our country in improving infrastructure, in many other development activities.

And ultimately its our responsiblity so we have to pay the prize for it.

And for having success in our life we have just played with the past, present, future of our people.

Would we have said a no on the first day itself when being asked for any bribe, than this day wouldn't have come in our life.

But now the situation is so worse that it will take decades to remove its root from our nation.

Thats all. Thank you.

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Corrupt_Hero said: (Mon, Dec 30, 2013 12:06:32 AM)    
 
A little amount of corruption is necessary for growth in a country like India. Developed countries can dream to be corruption free, but for developing countries a little corruption can help accelerate the progress. However we need to keep reducing the amount of corruption as we develop, and ultimately aim for a corruption free India.

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Niket said: (Mon, Dec 9, 2013 01:12:18 AM)    
 
It is not that the corruption of India is just because of the thinking of the people or their mentality, it is one of the reasons but the main concern is our system which also force them to do the evil because every time because of some evils the whole society suffers that is the hard reality today in many govt offices who do not agree with the evil are forced to do so first we will have to make our system strong rather than blaming on each other there must be some real hard rules for corrupted persons which will make people fear along with starting it from individuals. It is a slow process but is the most practical and best way to decrease the corruption rate.

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R-Star Prateek said: (Thu, Oct 3, 2013 09:42:10 PM)    
 
Corruption is one of the deadly, undesirable and wicked sins that has been imposed on the innocent man by some hungry looking monsters. It is omnipresent, almost like a distorted, antithetical version of God for the present times. It doesn't sound euphonious when we hear that it has not only led to the malfunctioning of the administrative system and poor law and order, but also some serious causes like poverty and red tapism, which has led to the society's disability. It has distorted all values and made mincemeat of morality, truth and virtue. It has entered into every single aspect of our lives becoming all-pervasive just similar to the air we breathe. It is growing massively in huge proportions and there is barely any sphere of social, political, economic and even religious activity that is free from graft, fraud and corruption of some kind.

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Mona Joseph said: (Fri, Sep 13, 2013 11:07:22 AM)    
 
Hello my dear friends in my point of view corruption is not at all a necessary evil for success in any sphere of life. First of all the mindset of people should be changed common people should stop bribing the officers and those who take bribe, then strict actions should be taken against corrupt officers and they should be punished by the court then only some fear will occur in their minds. In this way we can stop corruption.

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Yathansh Gaba said: (Mon, Sep 9, 2013 08:44:09 PM)    
 
There is no doubt that corruption is one of the biggest obstacles to the country's growth since independence. Corruption, over the last 60 odd years has deeply entrenched itself in every segment of Indian society. Earlier corruption was more similar with Government departments and officials. But today even their private sector has joined the race. To remove corruption from our country government should make strict rules and regulations and our youth should come forward to eradicate corruption from our country.

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Soumya said: (Wed, Aug 28, 2013 10:02:48 PM)    
 
Let me remind you about the past of India where corruption was a word that was used once in a blue moon but today we find corruption and corruption everywhere. Have we ever thought where we have gone wrong? Its also the responsibility of every citizen of the country to eradicate corruption to make India a better place to live in 2020.

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Sunil Gautam said: (Sun, Jul 28, 2013 03:27:28 PM)    
 
Hello friends,

CORRUPTION, is itself a rude word to be listen. My point is that today's youth is aware of the fact of problems occurs due to corruption, but are those people aware about results of corruption who have made bribery there monthly payment? Because their aim is to fill their home with money. All the systems, department in India are corrupted. There may be a magic that can change the mind of those greedy people. Mostly, the main pole, the common people of India is suffering from this evil what you call corruption. Thank you.

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Partha Rudra said: (Sun, Jul 7, 2013 12:32:25 PM)    
 
Hello everyone,

First of all its a pleasure to put my opinion on this topic. My concern says no, corruption isn't a necessary evil. Only coward people who doesn't believe in their strength to fight against will say that. Yes we all, together can fight corruption. The very first thing is to change our mentality that we, the common people won't get involved in any corruption because it is to believe that to reach at a high floor you will need small stairs to make the step easier. We do not need to be corrupted to be successful in life. Rather we all have to be hard working which in turn will be good for our country too. Side by side if there is something like "LOKPAL BILL" in our country and there is awareness campaign against it in the illiterate areas I think corruption will soon find its death.

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Ankit Tyagi said: (Mon, Jul 1, 2013 11:38:51 PM)    
 
In my perspective, the corruption is caused by both the giver and the taker. It should be taken as the crime for shortcuts of the processes because many times we people pay bribes to make our jobs done early.

If common people stop paying bribes the corruption will automatically eliminated.

So instead of blaming each other we need to change ourselves and ensure that we should not get involved in this social evil.

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Anusuya said: (Thu, Jun 27, 2013 08:32:45 PM)    
 
In my concern, wherever we go corruption is there. If we take any organisation, government jobs whatever first they think how to satisfies their individuals needs so that they want to go in a wrong way. They not only corrupt the organisation they corrupt also the india's growth. So please youth never do like this we have to develop the Indian early.

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Mihika said: (Tue, Jun 18, 2013 08:57:13 PM)    
 
From my perspective, I think a man whether common or holding an important position does this because either they are selfish or they have some 'Majburi' or whatever you call it.

There mind always dreams about them, their life, their family, their job- they don't think about India as one nation.

And I'd like to go with Gandhiji's word "To bring the change, you need to be one. ".

Probably I think it will take time. But it will be solved one day!

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Khan said: (Wed, May 1, 2013 05:55:22 PM)    
 
Hi friends, Day by Day corruption is increasing in our country. Every government offices are taking bribe. Because of corruption India is not developing in a right manner. Especially ministers are involving in corruption and this impacting our economy. To eradicate corruption government should make a strict rules and regulation. Youth should come forward to eradicate corruption.

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Sartaj Khan said: (Fri, Apr 12, 2013 12:16:54 AM)    
 
Hello friends,

Good morning as per my concern corruption is everywhere this time. If we see any government department there is much corruption and employees demanding bribe openly. They don't have fair of law. They said you will give me money then I will do your work. Then we feel helpless and give him money as bribe.

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Jani said: (Tue, Apr 2, 2013 09:44:25 PM)    
 
Day by day corruption was reducing. Why don't we can stop this thing. Yes we can do. We have to know first our attitude was doing good thing or not. Trust yourself. Be confident and think you are one of the citizen in our country. What are the problems was facing in country we can avoid these things. Our country may topmost place.

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Kavi said: (Mon, Mar 18, 2013 10:09:51 PM)    
 
Yes corruption made a big role in this modern life. Nowadays black money rate is increasing. Its affect our Indian economy.

Although we are Indian we should pay our tax correctly and we should proceed in good manner. Corruptions are mainly happening in politics a and the issues were made by the higher authorities.

Behind every mistakes corruption made an important role to solve that without the presence of higher.

Therefore in order to avoid corruption we should proceed everything in legal manner. We should be aware of mistakes being done.

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Aranz said: (Fri, Nov 9, 2012 09:05:12 PM)    
 
Hey guys,

Very interesting views you have, really.

But what you are really ignoring is truth.

From the beginning of time, human mind was never pure. Well it can't be, we have been given the power of creativity and corruption is somewhat a side effect of that power.

Nothing in this world come for free.

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Sharon Samuel said: (Mon, Oct 8, 2012 10:34:59 AM)    
 
My voice for corruption-free MOTHER INDIA.

Whenever I think of our developing India, a question that haunts me is "Will I be able to visualize a vivid, corruption-free and self-reliable INDIA. ?

My question remain unanswered many times but in due course of time I came to know of several facts that depict the helpless conditions of a common man. Though he is clever enough, he would not get a seat in a renowned college or university. Though he is eligible, he would be thrown out of the interview session ruthlessly. Only reason behind all these scornful situations being faced by a common man is. MONEY.

Money. As said by a scholar, it is the root cause of all kinds of troubles and sins. But, now-a-days, we see a lush green abundance of this money in each and every corner of this world. Its not an exaggeration to say that it's being worshiped as God and and has been growing incredibly swaying its wings to all departments to be taken as, what we call. , bribe.

If you want to study in a famous college, you need to pay bribe. If you want to settle in a good job, you have to pay some money. If you have to register your land or building, bribe. If you want to make your things done in a government office even, bribe. To get your ration rice also, pay bribe. , bribe. , bribe. , everywhere corruption.

From where our common man will fetch all that money to distribute among these human predators? He's being harassed socially, politically, morally and in all possible ways. Of course!

Today bribe is more powerful than knowledge, more powerful than wisdom, more powerful than degrees. As we can buy all of these with money. If we grease one's palms, nothing can be said impossible.

It's proved statistically in a report that 1.4 trillion dollars have been stored in Swiss bank by our Indian bigwigs. What a Gandhian homeland? Are we not very well-known of 2G spectrum scam, mining scandal in karnataka and "cash for vote" schemes? It's only our pride to say that we are placed 2nd in world population records. But it's heartbreaking for me to agree that more than half of the people are crying and begging on roads just for their food. Then what about their daily needs? Why to go so far beyond our age? Just see how many children are being malnourished everyday in our village and observe their routine for one day in their slum. I do not really understand why this situation has raised in-spite of having a well-defined constitution and highly educated economists as our finance ministers. I'm not criticizing them. But my thoughts went on like that.

And because of this corrupted society, common man is being deprived of all basic needs of living and this would certainly have a disastrous effect on a country's economy as well as its progress. It may also be the reason for brain drain. On the other hand, INDIA is falling into the hands of greedy uneducated politicians who buy votes with an intention of increasing their income vigorously. From decades, this is being done. And. Now. Also being done. But in future. I don't want this to be done. !

Yes. ! We are yesterdays children and of course. , todays citizens. We should inculcate responsible nature from now itself and keep ourselves away from this evil practice. We should play a pious role in molding this country into a PRISTINE world that's free from all kinds of discriminations and corruption harassments. It's not only my dream but millions of people are waiting from centuries and centuries to see India as all-round developed country.

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Siddharth said: (Sat, Aug 18, 2012 10:57:50 AM)    
 
Corruption is a term we indians very well aware of, as every now and then news channel flashes breaking news of scams, scandals in which our ministers are involved and they earn agood TRP. Now why I am saying all this is that we cannot play the blame game anymore. If there is corruption not only the minister is guilty, but the whole ministry, people of the country is equally guilty. Because it is not a 1 way traffic, it is agive and take process. If bribe is being asked at any level of govt or private sector, it should not be given rather protested. This is what Anna is asking for. Success and corruption can never go hand in hand. Here Success means progress of the country and not of an individual. Even if someone thinks that he has achieved success through corruption, than he is not mentally sound, he has lost morality and eventually fall in his own trap. Perseverance, sincerity, belief in god are the only mantras for success of any individual or his country. If these ideologies are percolated in every individual mind, then corruption will find no void to exist and will be completely eradicated.

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Ruby Singh said: (Sat, Aug 11, 2012 05:26:50 PM)    
 
Hello friends!we have forgotten today that our freedom fighters had ended their lives for us, so that their country people would lead their life "peacefully", but are we really leading our lives the way they had thought?Today every people have rooted money-minded mind, for the shake of money they can to any extent, we don't have right to blame others for destroying our country in the name of corruption, it is the first and foremost duty of every individual to remove corrupted thought from their mind, then our country would automatically become corruption free and a peaceful country.

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Shanta said: (Mon, Jul 30, 2012 04:19:14 PM)    
 
Since when did humanity accept the absurdity of corruption as a necessary part of government and politicians, no matter what country you care to mention?

I'm fed up with their evil, their greed, their plastic, painted-on smiles, their constant, self-serving lies, their secrecy, the way they back-stab the people, and the 'feathering' of their own personal nests at the expensive of the very people they're supposed to serve. Note the word 'serve'.

It's a pity they don't remember that they're mere "servants" of the people, not 'masters'. Just servants. We, the people, are their Masters and it's high time the world at large rises up to remind these worms of that simple fact.

And while we're at it, let's remember that a servant is not paid more than its Master. A servant does not live in the height of luxury while its Master goes hungry and homeless.

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Oenga Jnr. said: (Mon, Jul 2, 2012 03:05:34 AM)    
 
Corruption is an Evil that has been necessitated by our politicians who on different occasions are seen taking bribes in one way or the other to avoid parliamentary sittings, oppose a certain motion which is beneficial to the common citizen or to turn down necessary reforms that they feel they will not be comfortable with and of which will boost the lives of poor citizens.

Some are seen grabbing public properties and at the end of the day denounce and call themselves innocent and not corrupt. The institutional changes that will fast track the eradication of corruption are not implemented and not financed well so that they thus don't achieve their goals giving room for their selfish accruing of wealth.

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Somiya said: (Sat, Jun 23, 2012 07:45:13 PM)    
 
We all are responsible for this corruption which to day has reached from high locality to the lower locality. Why to punish government ?why not to punish yourself. If government is 50% responsible, then I say that we are 60% responsible. He had made the laws, now it is upon us how we follow it. I hope that the future generation will understand and will follow the rules.

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Satya said: (Thu, Jun 21, 2012 01:48:44 PM)    
 
Hi friends,

First of all I would like to claim ourselves instead of pointing out anyone else in higher authorities who were encouraging this concept. A person can succeed in his life not only by giving/taking bribe, he/she can succeed through hard work also.

Now-a-days Corruption is a global phenomenon and it is omnipresent. Corruption in present times has spread over the entire society as a cancerous disease in all forms.

Corruption in India is a consequence of the nexus between Bureaucracy, politics and criminals. India is now no longer considered a soft state.

Today, the number of ministers with an honest image can be counted on fingers.

Once upon a time, bribe was paid for getting wrong things done but now bribe is paid for getting right things done at right time.

Presently, India figures as the seventh most corrupt country in the world according to Transparency International', a non-government German Organization. Also trying to reach 1st place in corruption.

Why can't we change the system. Each and Every individual person need to think about this. How to remove corruption is a common and simple question but the answer is not simple.

The positive answer to the question, 'how to remove corruption' is conditional and possible only if the common man decides that he will not gives bribes under any circumstances how far can the bureaucracy or the politicians go delaying or not doing their duties? If every Indian decides to contribute to this movement of fighting corruption and to the promotion of values such as truth, excellence and achieve success through the practice of these virtues, then perhaps we could hope that corruption will one day be removed from India.

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Swati Kumari said: (Fri, Jun 15, 2012 10:24:51 PM)    
 
Corruption is illegal way of making money which everybody tries to earn. From first stage to last stage of our life we are suffered from it. Corruption led obstruction in every work. For ex-if we have to take sign of any reputed officer, than if we are not giving any bribe than our work could be stop in middle. So, to destroy an insect so called corruption we have to destroy from its root and this will be possible if we start from ourselves or our home.

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Swati said: (Mon, Jun 11, 2012 12:45:29 AM)    
 
Ya I m with you I m totally agree with you but each n every people has been corrupted in this society every person is compel to give the bribe. We can't forget wearer knows where the shoes pinches. Every suffered man also make involved in this type of evil. He does not want to do but he has to do.

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Apurv said: (Sun, Jun 10, 2012 06:06:24 PM)    
 
In my opinion, we all are part of corruption in some way or other. But we cannot say that it is necessary for the success, its the improper functioning and delaying in completion of any work whether official or unofficial which makes any person involved in the corruption. Corruption is weakening our society internally. Its time for us to rise to the occasion and say no to corruption. We should firstly start this from our us and our family.

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Simmi Kumari said: (Sun, Jun 10, 2012 12:28:08 AM)    
 
In my opinion corruption is a way of success but is not necessary. Success can can be get by hardwork. Hardwork makes the person intellectual and confidence. So, if we youth want to eradicate the corruption, then how it is possible ?Is making a strike law ? But in my opinion No, we can't eradicate corruption by making strike law but we can reduce corruption by spreading social awareness.

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Leona said: (Tue, Jun 5, 2012 12:07:49 PM)    
 
For me I think corruption is one of the biggest problem mainly in India. First of all we must stop taking bribes and tell others to stop taking bribes. How we can blame others without correcting ourselves. For instance, corruption is the problem for the lazy guys and wants the work to be by others easily without facing any difficulties. Giving bribe is more punishable than taking bribe. We can't get rid of corruption but can reduce it by correcting ourselves & bringing awareness.

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Mohan Shyam Kaushik said: (Thu, May 24, 2012 04:44:34 PM)    
 
Thanks everybody, I also would like to discuss about corruption. First of all we are self responsible for arising the corruption. We attract them for receiving the bribe. We take a example of corruption if we are going to pay the payment of electricity bill and found there are a lot of people standing in the queue. We have extra money so that we don't want to stand in the queue. For avoiding this queue we pay extra that is bribe. Which we are beginning first. So that we are hundred percent responsible for that. Even every government sector is also corrupt. We have need take sign to government employee. He will not sign on any document without taking bribe. If we don't give him. Then our work will put off. We have to come up and raise our voice against this corruption. We should take oath that we will neither take bribe and nor give bribe to anybody. Then we can root out this corruption.

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Zareena said: (Sat, May 12, 2012 01:59:19 PM)    
 
Corruption is being rooted from many years, reached almost to the peak level in our country and is one of the main cause for our country being only a developing country not developed one. It is nothing but giving and taking bribe which make poor poorer and rich richer. Politicians giving bribes to the poor people affects a lot because there may create a doubt that when the people who are ruling us are corrupted why not we?what do you say guys?

I say that the only best thing is to bring awareness in people to eliminate corruption. I strongly support Anna Hazare who is supporting to pass Lokpal bill to eliminate corruption starting from politicians.

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Saina said: (Mon, May 7, 2012 10:17:18 PM)    
 
It is very inconsiderate for any person to call a country corrupt.

As per a article Italy is one of those European nation which you can associate India with. In such a case you would find a same section of those people calling their country a corrupt country, but to an amazement Italy is still able to mantain seventh highest spot in GDP, Its not corruption that is hampering national progress its the people who need to work for its compensation rather than just speaking against it.

In India corruption cases has always been there and has become such an integral part that growth no more depends on corruption, it is for the people to wake up and fight for their rights.

In the event of launch of sarva siksha abhiyaan it was very evident that this motive did spread to each village. So instead of crying for the amount of money lost during the sarva siksha abhiyaan in form of corruption it is imperative for us to look into the enormous progress made by the government and ensure that each poor child do make it to primary education.

What I want to emphasize on is that their are agencies that are working to reduce corruption but it is very important for us to live with corruption and do our work with full honesty, and corruption would definitely come down slowly but surely.

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Saina Kirar said: (Mon, May 7, 2012 10:06:26 PM)    
 
Hello, According to my point of view, corruption is deeply rooted in India. Actually, in every field "take & give bribe is common for people in now-a-days. Rich people give bribe because he don"t want loose any success & poor people take this in helpness. But both are responsible for that. We know that, the complete system of from a clerk to highest official is corupt. We want to say that, only politician is not responsible for all that, we all are responsible for that. So we should take oath, we are starting from today to against corruption.

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Swetha said: (Mon, Apr 30, 2012 07:49:57 AM)    
 
Hi, I am against corruption. According to me corruption is every where from Auto driver to politician. Because of this corruption rich remains rich and poor remains poor. Government has to take some strong decision against corruption and we all are with Government.

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Pooja Anand said: (Fri, Apr 13, 2012 11:21:55 AM)    
 
''Corruption has become a necessary evil''. I don't think so, Because only the losers and lazy persons can say this. Just because they don't want to fight against corruption and corupt people they find an easier way to make their work done i.e. 'BY GIVING BRIBE'. Just like a drunker. As he is not able to fight with his circumstances he take help of liquor, so that he doesn't have to take any action. Same is a common man as he is not able to or he don't want to fight against corrupt people he take help of money and gives bribe. But the society always oppose drunkers that they are misleading our society so don't you think corrupt people are also misleaing our society as well as our country?

So there is only and only way of eradicating corruption i.e.AWARENESS. We should be aware and make people aware that we have many RIGHTS against corruption and corrupt people the thing needed is we have to use that rights.

So don't give up until you get success in eradicating corruption JUST KEEP TRYING.

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Neha said: (Wed, Apr 11, 2012 10:05:40 PM)    
 
I would like to say that CORRUPTION is not necessary for success in any field, if any person have the potential and desire he can achieve everything that he want, without involving in corruption. We always blame to politician for corruption, but never think that who elect them, answer is we. On other hand we are also responsible for increasing corruption, rich person gives money to officers for making their work first without standing in queue and spending their time, thus we are making them addict of money for doing their work. So by blaming the person who demands money we can not eradicate corruption because we are making them addict.

If we really want to get rid of corruption first of all we have to change ourselves by stopping ourselves giving bribes, because bribe giver is more responsible than bribe taker, if bribe giver gives money than nobody will not deny for bribe because money is important for everybody, on otherhand when a bribe taker demands for money and nobody is ready to give than how he can take bribe. We should never think that only by changing ourselves we can't get rid of corruption because if everybody will think same than who will initiate. ANNA HAZARE stand against the corruption without thinking that public will support them or not. SO TODAY WE DECIDE THAT WE WILL NEVER GIVE OR TAKE BRIBE.

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Pavish Selvam said: (Thu, Mar 22, 2012 05:03:30 PM)    
 
I think corruption have been deep rooted in India. Now it has reached the peak. It is ashamed to say that India leads in corruption in the world. Nobody can stop corruption unless every citizen of India are aware of it.

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Shruti Sanghai said: (Sun, Mar 11, 2012 11:48:03 AM)    
 
Corruption is something that has become vey common in today's world over the years. Corruption arises due to the greed for money, power and fame. To seek admission in a renowned college or any educational institute we give bribes, to free ourselves from any punishment by the traffic police we give bribes, to make someone do our work that we need to be done desperately we give bribes, et cetra. And what else is corruption ?It has become quite common, and so it is not the politions or the government as a whole or any other BIG man to be blamed.

If we really want to eliminate corruption from our country, it is high time that we, ourselves stop giving bribes and learn to do our work on our own and honestly. I am a devoted supporter of ANNA HAZARE and we all should take efforts like him to eradicate corruption from our country.

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Poorvi Agarwal said: (Tue, Feb 28, 2012 11:13:06 PM)    
 
As a counter-point to Anna's over-hyped work re: the LP Bill (which appears likely to get some traction, given the mass mobilisation involved), let me extract the key reforms from my book, Breaking Free of Nehru (BFN) to outline what India actually needs to implement in order to remove corruption.

Basically, we need to make India's governance incentive compatible - to ensure that interests of the elected representatives are aligned with the interests of the citizens.

Note that the reforms outlined below are only PART of the total package and won't work in isolation. And do note the richness of thought and depth involved in this way of thinking, compared with the shallow thinking that underpins the LP Bill. If things were as easy as passing a Bill, India would have resolved its many problems long ago by legislating them away!

After reading this extract from BFN, you may conclude that this package won't work. But you must first read BFN and understand the complete package carefully before you can judge this "solution" - which only forms the KEY part of the package. Indeed, within the framework of this reform package, outlined in BFN, something like the LP Bill WILL work. However, the LP Bill WON'T make any difference to corruption or governance under the current system.

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Rahul said: (Thu, Feb 23, 2012 02:07:36 PM)    
 
Hello,

I don't think that corruption is a necessary evil for success in any sphere in general, but presently in India corruption has spread in all sector from top to bottom. Our system is being corrupt now-a-days due to lack of awareness among the people for it. The common man must be awaken to fight the gigantic monster of corruption, the general public must raise voice against the corrupt personnel whether he is a politician or bureaucrat.

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Nagarjuna said: (Mon, Feb 20, 2012 06:18:48 PM)    
 
Corruption is common not only in India but also several other countries. Indeed There are countries which have a very low level of corruption. Corruption arises basically due to lack of moral ethics and excess money. In a highly populated nation like India where major chunk of population are poor, there is a lot of scope for the bureaucracts and politicians to bribe the people in each and evry possible.

Way. Corruption may not only be in the form of bribery involving cash, but also involves accepting favours inother ways which gives rise to money laundering, creation of bogus companies for the purpose of investment, etc.

And coming to the topic Whether Corruption is necessary evil for success in any sphere ? Yes it is atleast till recently untill the anticorruption movement started by the Anna Hazare that gave a ray of hope to the nation that corruption less society is possible. Most of the people are of opinion that Money makes many things and this is the main reason for corruption. Even though the person taking bribe and giving bribe are culprits, the person who is giving bribe is showing the path for corrupt practices which indeed is serious problem. Most of the cases situational.

Demands give rise to corruption for an individual to become success. But it entirely depends on the moral ethics of an individual to go for a corruption less society or corrupted society.

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Jeet Kanaujiya said: (Mon, Feb 6, 2012 09:58:02 PM)    
 
Hi Friends, First of all I would like to claim myself beco'z we are the responsible of corruption. When we do'nt have time we always show our many power instead of standing in queues. We spend our money for completing our work but for the poor people its too difficult to pay money. I think, Money and Power Corrupt a person. We often blame Politician but have we ever think who elect them!We elect them as our Representative in Government but when we, business man, give them bribe to solve our PERSONAL issues in govt/non-govt organisation quickly. In this way, WE CORRUPT THEM.

Corruption may occur in its various forms such as, bribing, Stocking, Misconducting, Price-Hike without prior info under govt/company rules, Abusing system, black money, tax hiding and dishonesty in our work so on.

Corruption may give instant happiness or success in our aim but surly it will CORRUPT OUR CHARACTER and destroyed THE PEACE OF MIND lifetime. Your own face hate you to see in MIRROR as IT REMINDS ALL THOSE WORK WHICH CORRUPT YOUR CHARACTER.

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Jeet Kanaujiya said: (Mon, Feb 6, 2012 09:54:52 PM)    
 
Hello friend we are discussion on corruption as we all know that corruption is everywhere. Without corruption any work cannot be possible. It's really bad. We should not do like this. Because it's effect upon my culture and society. What I want to emphasize on is that their are agencies that are working to reduce corruption but it is very important for us to live with corruption and do our work with full honesty, and corruption would definitely come down slowly but surely.

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Dilsad Kazi said: (Sun, Jan 22, 2012 11:49:08 AM)    
 
Now a days corruption is everwhere because everybody is corrupt because everybody is selfish, so corruption sing a song that where will go without me ? Whenever you go it will find me because I present in every nook & cranny.

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Amit Kumar said: (Thu, Jan 19, 2012 11:27:53 PM)    
 
Hello friends as we know that corruption has mushroomed in every part of the daily life and most of us thinks that only politicians, administrative are involved in it. Is it right?are common people like I and you corruption free?I don't think so. I think that it is more punishable to giving bribe rather than taking bribe. If we wanna make this country corruption free then atfirst we should make ourself corruption free.

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Monika said: (Fri, Jan 13, 2012 04:39:21 PM)    
 
Corruption is the compulsion in India to exist in the race of life. If we have no money to lieu the government servants then we have to stand in queue with no time limitation to wait for the work to be done and this all happens because of the large gap is in between rich and poor people. The rich people are responsible for all corruption. So to eradicate the corruption we need to fill the gap and this is done by improving the financial condition of country.

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Thekedar said: (Sun, Jan 8, 2012 02:42:23 PM)    
 
Corruption is must for livelihood of people working in govt office. After having too much struggle and paying enough money to get a job, they have a right to get extra money for doing their work. Corruption also increases efficiency in govt sector. If the govt sector do work in rapid way, what will be the difference between private sector and govt sector.

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Pavankumar said: (Sat, Dec 31, 2011 12:26:56 PM)    
 
Today's scenario corruption becomes the part of everyday life it may be result of the bad machinery working for the people because it put the impression that if you are not ready to pay you will not get your work done in time and yes time is important at that time and people has to accept it as tool to complete the task in time.

Even for income certificate application you have to wait for 1 or 2 months but if you pay for it it will take not more than 2 months so the only way is to pay for it. No one wants to oppose it because he has to do his work in time. Hence corruption becomes the compulsion for common man.

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Praveen Kumar said: (Mon, Dec 19, 2011 02:48:10 AM)    
 
The widespread corruption in India is not confined to politicians or the government machinery alone. It is prevalent amongst almost every section of the society.
Corruption means " dishonest act". As the reason of dishonesty is greediness and the desire to get work done at any cost.So, to reduce the corruption from India every citizen should understand their role and should know the basic funda for success is Determination, dedication and loyal to your job.

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Jai said: (Sun, Dec 18, 2011 11:33:41 AM)    
 
Hai friends we are discussing about corruption. Why we are blaming politicians. They are elected by us only. So, we can't blame them. We can't zap the corruption completely but some what eleminate. If we want to eleminate we should have to change ourselves.

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Kondala Rao Mvr Mba said: (Fri, Dec 9, 2011 08:06:43 PM)    
 
Recently in A.P wine tenders were called number of interested candidates were tendered for that but the politician of the region they occupied all the shops, took the tenders by their power. If we observe this politicians shows very interest in earing money, not to serve country.How much I am honest? This question should be asked by everyone who is criticising corruption. First of all we must make ourself honest in all aspect of life. If you can't change the world change yourself. Don't run after money or fame like everyone, have a simple and happy life.

If I am not able to curb corruption at a large scale by making myself honest I am making a very lesser part of this society honest but I am doing something.

Corruption start from the childhood to the end of the life.For taking admission in reputed school or college we pay extra money i.e we do corruption.There are many things for which we do corruption.So from mt point of view we are the only who can take a role to make corruption less.I will say it is impossible to remove corruption but if we try for an extend then it will surely remove.

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Akshay said: (Fri, Dec 9, 2011 06:47:52 PM)    
 
Friends as we are talking about corruption it is very big problem that we are facing from earlier. But according to my point of view only the name of persons that we read in paper or watch in news are not only responsible for corruption but also the common man is also responsible for that. But I like to tell you that corruption is depend upon the situation and the position of the common man. If any person in hurry and has some urgent work and caught by police he asked police for bribe so that the person get corrup. It's only the dirty smell of garbage that we have created.

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Raj said: (Tue, Dec 6, 2011 01:29:50 AM)    
 
Well,

I would always stand against the topic by saying that corruption is something that has been made or generated by us (human beings) that has nothing to do with reality. No government or legal bodies can force us to give bribe for admission in reputed colleges unless we don't deserve it. No legal authorities would ask you a bribe to get the suitable job. We don't need to go through a price hick whether basic necessities to obtain a livelihood is just rs-35 (if we are capable to earn it) , not a single company would influence us to hide our salary through tax (if we are a contributing citizen who loves his nation).

We and only we are the people who have raised the topic to an extent that most of are addicted to sort out our problems fast despite of looking it rationally.

Any success would sustain if we are capable to hold it wisely, we don't need to work through evil to achieve it, and if we are seeking the solution to eradicate corruption then the answer would always come to evolution of "Collective Consciousness" towards the morality rather than a quick fix.

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Aditi Verma, Indore said: (Tue, Nov 8, 2011 10:32:10 AM)    
 
Today in this world each and everything we want wether taking admissions or securing good jobs we have to take support of corrption!!! That means for every life attainig work we have to take or give bribe. Every where a serious question is askd"who dissorves more punishment one who takes bribe or one who gives bribe?" Actually in my point of view certainly one who gives bribe is more corrupt because to that person whom your giving will take that bribe becuse that bribe is that kind of money which ca fullfill his/her LIC payments or may deposit his child's fee. That time money becomes his life, all that he can't with his salary he can do with that biribe!

We as people or citizens of country feels all that corruption is going on the country is just because of the corrupt politians but had we seen ourselves?Are we corruption free? If no so how can we blame those who are just like us. the difference is only that they take bribe in massive scale according to their position and we takes another chance to blame them!!

Friends corruption is a social evil which suddenly canooy be uprooted from the country or the world just like Anna hazare we can try out! YAA one thing more we speak "anna tum sangharsh karo hum tumhare saath h" Why only anna protest alone except supporting can't we protest not with him but yes like him!!!

This a topic where disscussion could never end!!! So, just praying that corruption should be uprooted I would say a thanx!!!

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Swati Singh said: (Fri, Nov 4, 2011 01:31:10 PM)    
 
As per my opinion,Corruption is nothing but literary Corrupt in our Action. Means disobey the ethical/moral way to solve a problem.In this real world every person has its own problems/troubles and to solve their trouble a person wants the fast and convenient way without caring about what is right or wrong.

Corruption may occur in its various forms such as,bribing,Stocking,Misconducting,Price-Hike without prior info under govt/company rules,Abusing system,black money,tax hiding and dishonesty in our work so on...
Corruption may give instant happiness or success in our aim but surly it will CORRUPT OUR CHARACTER and destroyed THE PEACE OF MIND lifetime.Your own face hate you to see in MIRROR as IT REMINDS ALL THOSE WORK WHICH CORRUPT YOUR CHARACTER.

Corruption start from the childhood to the end of the life.For taking admission in reputed school or college we pay extra money i.e we do corruption.There are many things for which we do corruption.So from mt point of view we are the only who can take a role to make corruption less.I will say it is impossible to remove corruption but if we try for an extend then it will surely remove.

I think, Money and Power Corrupt a person.We often blame Politician but have we ever think who elect them!We elect them as our Representative in Government but when we,business man,give them bribe to solve our PERSONAL issues in govt/non-govt organisation quickly.In this way,WE CORRUPT THEM.

We cannot eradicate corruption by any means because of the line ' JO JITA WO HI SIKANDAR '. No judiciary, no police, no administration can check it because all want.

Friends,Finally I want to say that CORRUPTION can be reduced but can not be eliminated at all until each and every person follow the ethics,manner(Shistachar in Hindi)wholeheartedly.So instead of BLAMING OTHERS,To REDUCE CORRUPTION we should have PATIENCE,HONESTY IN OUR DUTIES.We should follow rules-regulation and laws strictly.We should have AWARENESS PROGRAM AGAINST CORRUPTION and SUPPORT ANTI-CORRUPTION ACTIVITIES IN PEACEFUL MANNER.We should GO AGAINST CORRUPTION And When WE are CORRUPTION-FREE then only we can expect a CORRUPTION-FREE SOCIETY/NATION.

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Sirisha said: (Sat, Oct 22, 2011 07:17:23 PM)    
 
First of all we have to change the system. New politicians with moral ethics like anna hazare should be elected. All this political system should be changed. Because 90% of these politicians are corrupted along with man mohan singh. We cannot trust anyone in politics. So we youth create a new world.

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Shabinaz said: (Thu, Oct 13, 2011 05:59:24 PM)    
 
Hi friends today no country of the world has been able to root out corruption nor will India be able do so. Many people have adopted corruption as their culture. Also in our country the procedure for getting any work done is very long if we want do our work very fast we have to give bribe.

Now a days corruption is becoming a king of India. We can't eliminate the corruption but we can try to do so.

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Jorge Denard Malazarte said: (Wed, Sep 21, 2011 12:57:20 PM)    
 
Well, for me, as a student of political science, this jaw-dropping example of constitutional burden cannot be considered as one of the major questions that can be asked about modern political practice nowadays, because it has been an overriding issue ever since the era of globalization began. In that, I think you have to agree with me. However, since you raised it as a question, all I have to do is to answer it sticking to my principle that "answers make me wise, but questions make me human".

First of all, let me inform you that corruption, in a very real sense, is defined as "the misuse of public power for private gain. " It usually takes the form of bribery, meaning that the public official takes one thing, in return for something else connected with the government. If the public official takes without giving in return, what he takes is merely a "tip". But if the public official takes with the promise that he will give something in return, that is a "bribe". In other words, if the public official receives something and allows it to change his behavior, then, there is "bribery" and not just the Asian custom of gift-giving.

Transparency International issues every year a Corruption Perceptions Index, which is carried in its website. Each year, the Philippines is ranked one of the most corrupt governments in Southeast Asia. For example, in 2010, the Philippines is ranked no. 4 most corrupt in this part of the world. Thus, the Philippine government is not only corrupt, but is characterized by an entire culture of corruption.

This means that both sectors of society are mostly corrupt, public and private. In a public sector, the three branches of government are mostly corrupt, the executive, legislative and judicial, plus the bureaucracy and the military. On the other hand, most of the sectors who criticize corruption are themselves mostly corrupt: mass media, self-styled political analysts and pollsters. On many occasions, the politicians who are the most vociferous against corruption are the most corrupt. Very often, in a culture of corruption, appearances are the exact opposite of reality.

Now if you want to distinguish between the honest and the corrupt official, then you should learn to rely, not on mass media propaganda, but on actual results. As Niccolo Machiavelli once said in his book, "The Art of Politics", "by their fruits, you shall know them". Ask yourself: apart from all the publicity about the official, what has he actually achieved? And in the case of critics of an official, ask yourself: Apart from all the carping against a performing official, what has the critic himself accomplished: Does the critic have a better alternative solution to the problem of corruption? If by chance the answer to the first question is negative, I should say that the official is simply manipulating public opinion. And if the answer to the second question is also negative, then I should say the critic is himself CORRUPT!

At the start of the 21st century, the question on the lips of every individual is: "why is our country so corrupt?"The answer is simple, corruption is caused by the maldistribution of wealth. In practical terms, some 90% of the country's resources are owned by 10% of the country's population, who are the rich. The remaining 10% of the country's resources shall be distributed among 90% of the population, who are the poor. Because their are so little resources available for so many who are poor, the poor, when they have the opportunity are impelled to steal money from government, in order to supplement their inadequate incomes.

Thus, it is plain that for corruption to be stopped in a certain country, the rich should be divested of a substantial part of their disproportionate wealth which should be distributed to the poor. Corruption is caused by a neo-feudal structure of the economy. Therefore, the basic condition for eliminating corruption is to change this neo-feudal structure by encouraging the growth of the middle class who will serve to bridge the gap between the rich and the poor.

Thanks for hearing me out. :).

Sources: Politics and Governance By Senator Miriam Defensor-Santiago.

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Taruna Taram said: (Wed, Sep 21, 2011 12:55:59 PM)    
 
I have read all ppl thought and advice and also agree with this, but according to me its became a nature of ppl and they don't make any wrk without bribe, like school collage also take bribr for good mark ifrom schoo;l it has been going on so how can we change our nature ?at all thing crrupted by us. In election time who gives us money cloths we alsowin them and became politician they take our moneythey also also long time to complete our work so guys what do you thinks. Did we right to won this type of ppl before think after take action.

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Lavkush Tripathi said: (Mon, Sep 12, 2011 10:46:12 PM)    
 
Hi friends,
As per my opinion,Corruption is nothing but literary Corrupt in our Action. Means disobey the ethical/moral way to solve a problem.In this real world every person has its own problems/troubles and to solve their trouble a person wants the fast and convenient way without caring about what is right or wrong.Because of its our turn So we often give some bribe/use our social or political power.And it may result in quick and we forget all those morals and ethics we often used to teach other.In Hindi a well known fact "Swarth lahi kare sab Preeti" means every one is Selfish in this world.And Infact, no one care about the other and the acts which may harm others.


I think, Money and Power Corrupt a person.We often blame Politician but have we ever think who elect them!We elect them as our Representative in Government but when we,business man,give them bribe to solve our PERSONAL issues in govt/non-govt organisation quickly.In this way,WE CORRUPT THEM.
Corruption may occur in its various forms such as,bribing,Stocking,Misconducting,Price-Hike without prior info under govt/company rules,Abusing system,black money,tax hiding and dishonesty in our work so on...
Corruption may give instant happiness or success in our aim but surly it will CORRUPT OUR CHARACTER and destroyed THE PEACE OF MIND lifetime.Your own face hate you to see in MIRROR as IT REMINDS ALL THOSE WORK WHICH CORRUPT YOUR CHARACTER.


Friends,Finally I want to say that CORRUPTION can be reduced but can not be eliminated at all until each and every person follow the ethics,manner(Shistachar in Hindi)wholeheartedly.So instead of BLAMING OTHERS,To REDUCE CORRUPTION we should have PATIENCE,HONESTY IN OUR DUTIES.We should follow rules-regulation and laws strictly.We should have AWARENESS PROGRAM AGAINST CORRUPTION and SUPPORT ANTI-CORRUPTION ACTIVITIES IN PEACEFUL MANNER.We should GO AGAINST CORRUPTION And When WE are CORRUPTION-FREE then only we can expect a CORRUPTION-FREE SOCIETY/NATION.

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Sddreamweaver said: (Sun, Aug 28, 2011 12:13:16 AM)    
 
At least in India. Yes corruption has become a tool for success for many nasty people including many notable businessmen of India. Politicians alone can`t be blamed alone for corruption. Businessmen feed politicians for their own purposes and means. After Independence till now Politicians and business men have looted almost all public sector enterprises. Many government have been sold to corporates for a really disgusting and cheap prices. So my opinion yes in India corruption has become a tool for success.

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Manoj said: (Fri, Aug 26, 2011 10:26:55 AM)    
 
Friends we are leaving in a corrupted Country but why India is Corrupted obviously because of Congress, they are governed from last 60 years, 60% of their ministers are courrepted and peoples like our prime minister, congress President are supporting such courrepted politicians indirectly, any strong law has not been passed by these corrupted ministers in parliament. Other parties have also corrupted politicians because of Congress party. This party become voilent from 1947 indirectly and directly also. Letest example is of Ramdeobaba. They are making courrepted peoples also by giving money to people and takes their votes.

Are we ashamed to give votes to such parties?

Because of this the real Social worker like anna demand for janlokpal,Govt lokpal is for to save their Corrupted ministers, ministers are the roots of Corruption and other problems.

This is the reality of India.

If we votes to such parties then we are also corrupted indirectly or directly.

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Erina said: (Mon, Aug 22, 2011 03:59:26 PM)    
 
Hello friends you all are talking about corruption & its effects but you know that who is responsible for that, as per as my concern only we people are fully responsible for that because we are the only one who elects those corrupt politicians, we are giving bribes for getting admission in good colleges and so on for our own selfishness, as per as my opinion each & every person of the country, even the small kids are also corrupted so it is impossible to remove corruption but it can be eliminated at some level if every person of India should take an initiative or protest against these kinds of activities even if you protest against these kinds of activities in your surroundings then we are also able to remove corruption at some extend.

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N Manish said: (Mon, Aug 22, 2011 11:40:04 AM)    
 
Corruption has many facets to it. For some it is a problem. For instance when confronted by a demand for money in lieu of any governmental or non-governmental service. Many have found it as a solution, when confronted with prospect of punishment in form of fine/penalty/loss of time etc. For e.g. a person up against a deadline omits to buy a train ticket. When confronted by a TTE, in 9 out of 10 times the person offers to bribe the TTE instead of paying for the ticket and the fine. So for him corruption offers a solution. Hence, we need to examine issue of corruption from a systemic angle. How can we simplify systems to the extent that compliance or claim for service becomes easier. In above case the railway can put up electronic ticket vending machines on trains to allow for people in a rush to catch trains rather than put in more TTEs to catch ticketless travelers. Anna & Co's theory would imply having Inspectors of Inspectors ad infinitum to check the corrupt. Who polices the corruptors?

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Bivisana Rout said: (Sat, Aug 13, 2011 08:28:46 PM)    
 
We cannot eradicate corruption by any means because of the line ' JO JITA WO HI SIKANDAR '. No judiciary, no police, no administration can check it because all want.

Money. I am not saying by mere speculation, it is naked true. Yes you can go against.

It when you are in youth stage but in later stage, you will see your partner finished his all requirements, like car, banglow, sending his son/daughter to.

Good colleges etc. And you have done nothing but pretending as saint. Yes you may.

Face slight trouble from vigilance, but do not worry they will be captured by.

Maney. So some extra budget may be kept for them.

I am giving an example: I know an retired civil supply officer, now residing in.

Sambalpur. He had been caught red handed for taking bribe before 15 years during.

His service period, till now the case is pending. He has already spent 8 years of.

Retirement. He utilised the corrupted money for building his real estate business.

And now getting more than one lakh income per month from these source. Can you.

Tell me, if govt heldup his pension which may be about rupees ten thousand, will.

He die. You can find many instance like above only 1% or less BEKUFS are getting.

Punishment.

Remember some post are exists in govt or private sectors, you need not run after money but money will come to you, do not deny, but keep it wisely, spend it wisely. If you can not then do not blame others.

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Sureshkumar said: (Tue, Aug 9, 2011 11:55:54 AM)    
 
Hi friends corruption is an event where the honesty is burried for the one's own selfishness. It starts from the small labour to big leaders. In my point of view our land is full of corruption to provide a solution that is the greatest effort to produce corruptionless India is to put the seed in young minds to avoid corruption on any situation if it happen so punishment should be severed this makes India 2020 a graceful and prosperous country in the world. There must be the moral lessons for against corruption.

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Lavinia T Amadhila said: (Wed, Aug 3, 2011 11:28:52 PM)    
 
Im totaly against corruption especial this days is inceasng rapidly. therefore a lot still need to be done especial among our leaders. Leaders must change and change for good.

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Swetha Reddy said: (Sat, Jul 9, 2011 10:26:45 AM)    
 
Now a days we don't find a place where there is no corruption in India mostly. By the year 2020 world's 50% of the youth will be in India. If we blame others nothing will come and even they won't change. So we have to be mentally very strong and we must have the determination to make the India the powerful country in the world that means that not in the sense of money only, we have to be respected by every person in the world because our cultures and our mind set. If we the courage to achieve then we will be the.

NO:1 in the entire world. And also I'm very happy by seeing this conversation in the net and also so many responses. Now I have the confidence that we can achieve anything not only the corruption and anything we want to change in our society.

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Ashish Bedmutha said: (Mon, May 23, 2011 06:34:36 AM)    
 
Corruption start from the childhood to the end of the life.For taking admission in reputed school or college we pay extra money i.e we do corruption.There are many things for which we do corruption.So from mt point of view we are the only who can take a role to make corruption less.I will say it is impossible to remove corruption but if we try for an extend then it will surely remove.

Please try.............

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Ashwini Sinha said: (Sun, May 22, 2011 03:46:18 PM)    
 
If this would have been the seen then the most corrupt countries like Somalia, Iraq, afghanistan were now the most developed and powerful. But this is not true. Many of these country have either collapsed or are on the verge.

I wonder how corruption (which leads to downfall) can be necessary for success. Which only comes from hard work and honesty.

There is no short cut for success if it would havebeen then every one of us wolud hav been in either iits or iims.

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Siddhartha said: (Sun, May 15, 2011 06:30:59 AM)    
 
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.

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Ashwin Kumar said: (Fri, May 6, 2011 04:45:58 AM)    
 
The change has to come from within us. We people should stop giving bribes and electing the same corrupt leaders to power again. I am sure that after all the scams that have occurred in such a short time (one year) ; the people would have become disillusioned with the current governments and would be looking forward to change, as the results of the elections would probably show.

Getting success by means of corruption is not really success at all. So I don't think corruption is necessary for success. If people don't wish to work hard ; then they can achieve results the easy way i.e. corruption.

We should strive to root out corruption because it results in unequal economic distribution of people- rich getting richer and poor getting poorer.

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Annonymous said: (Sat, Apr 23, 2011 01:34:22 PM)    
 
More money more corruption. If the level of corruption has increased in India, it means India is generating more money. Take BMC ( Bombay Muncipal Corporation). The budget of BMC is much higher than the budgets of several small states in India. corruption is at ramphant in BMC.
B= Business (it has several projects, contracts etc)
M= Money ( if there is business, there willbe generation of more money)
C= Corruption ( if there is more generation of money, there will be corruption)

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Amardeep said: (Sat, Apr 23, 2011 03:43:26 AM)    
 
People are involved in corruption who do not like make effort to achieve their goals. Its human tendency make more with less effort. If we try to change this tendency that's mean we are against corruption.

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Pooja R Savadatti said: (Fri, Apr 8, 2011 01:45:51 PM)    
 
Hello guys!. Being a taboo issue that is 'corruption' necessary for the present politics. I claim, yes its necessary, corruption is not only rooted in our country but deeply rooted in whole world, yet India is labelled as 'Most corrupted country'its because of the ailment of person to person who is going behind "corruption"so called 'evil' presently,

Through various analytical studies which says, the human tendency towards earning money is more rather comparing to other materialistic things, its natural though man perform his duties in order to earn his daily bread. He tempts to acquire a higher position or a rich position to maintain high standard of living. We youths born in such corruption which easily tends us to bribe someone to make our needs easily rite? If we are in this position how can our politicians who are father of corruption can be hold? it cannot and it can't, thinking in reality the corruption is necessary for one or the other reason. !

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Vinod said: (Thu, Apr 7, 2011 05:52:45 PM)    
 
All people who have answered here Including me- I would like to ask these question- Have you never done anything wrong? Haven't you ever bribed anyone to get your thing done fast? It is easy to talk and write when the reality is different. You can reduce corruption but can never eliminate it. Like someone mentioned- it starts from your own house. A Street Vendor comes to sell vegetables- you tell him/her "I will give you only this much. The other vendor is selling only for this. " You are starting a trend here to bribe that vendor to sell to us. I am just quoting a simple example.

Once a politician, always remain a politician. We have to look at ourselves first before blaming others for corruption.

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Siddhartha said: (Wed, Mar 9, 2011 01:15:51 PM)    
 
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.

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Luxman Singh said: (Sat, Feb 26, 2011 06:46:09 AM)    
 
Hello friends,i think that our society is responsible for the corruption becoz if we are blaming to politicians for corruption then tell me who ellect the politicion and we all know about it that now a days every politician even a village pradhan spends more money to win in ellection and we receive that money so due to this after wining he becomes corrupt so thats why i think we are the people more responsible to corruption.

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Karthik said: (Fri, Feb 25, 2011 01:35:09 PM)    
 
If you ask "what are your hobbies?" to a govt empolyer he may include corruption as one of the hobby because it has deeply rooted in our govt sectors these days. At least we generation must take an initiative to make a way to wipe out the corruption from our country so that our next generations must not have any topic like "corruption in india" to discuss and finally I'm ready.

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Sathya said: (Wed, Feb 23, 2011 09:47:03 AM)    
 
Somebody thinking, each works are completed by corruption but is not correct one. Nowadays corruption is the important to somebody one. For example if I want to get the connection for telephone I give some amount for telephone connection. While I give amount for that work will be finished for fast.

But It's wrong one. So, we have to try to change.

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Divya said: (Thu, Feb 17, 2011 06:49:28 AM)    
 
Somebody thinking, each works are completed by corruption but is not correct one. Nowadays corruption is the important to somebody one. For example if I want to get the connection for telephone I give some amount for telephone connection. While I give amount for that work will be finished for fast.

But It's wrong one. So, we have to try to change.

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Prakash said: (Sat, Feb 12, 2011 09:01:44 AM)    
 
Yes corruption is necessary evil for success in any sphere.

Whole economy suffers because of corruption. Eg. R**a took bribe for airwaves distribution which lost 1 lac crore of govt. If same money would have came into system governments debt would have reduced by same amt. And there by interest payaments.

There are many such big as well small instances who stopped money to come into system. A Indian govt would have been more richer.

One solution is, to eliminate this corruption govt should fasten its system because one pay to get his work done earlier,

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Prince Gaur said: (Fri, Feb 11, 2011 01:35:44 PM)    
 
Yes it is correct that corruption is spreading these days. But it is necessary to some extend. Because to get success in many field, corruption has to be done like to get job in police, to get admission in college etc. But these are us who gave them support. No body can do anything without our support. Like leaders, they corrupt us. But its our mistake to vote them and make them won again and again. So If we will against them we can improve but these are the thoughts which look better in books or in article but not in reality because in fact corruption had build a home in our society and it makes help of people and it will also. But at last I would like to say that often it helps us it is a UNFAIR mean.

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Rajat said: (Thu, Feb 10, 2011 08:27:27 AM)    
 
It is very inconsiderate for any person to call a country corrupt.

As per a article Italy is one of those European nation which you can associate India with. In such a case you would find a same section of those people calling their country a corrupt country, but to an amazement Italy is still able to mantain seventh highest spot in GDP, Its not corruption that is hampering national progress its the people who need to work for its compensation rather than just speaking against it.

In India corruption cases has always been there and has become such an integral part that growth no more depends on corruption, it is for the people to wake up and fight for their rights.

In the event of launch of sarva siksha abhiyaan it was very evident that this motive did spread to each village. So instead of crying for the amount of money lost during the sarva siksha abhiyaan in form of corruption it is imperative for us to look into the enormous progress made by the government and ensure that each poor child do make it to primary education.

What I want to emphasize on is that their are agencies that are working to reduce corruption but it is very important for us to live with corruption and do our work with full honesty, and corruption would definitely come down slowly but surely.

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Yogini said: (Fri, Jan 21, 2011 05:16:48 AM)    
 
In my opinion corruption is not necessary for success.So friends what is the definitin of success?Sucess is one thing that gives us satisraction by achieving something.If we get something by doing corruption then we can't say it as a success.
Success got by corruption will be a temporary one.So we all have to start avoiding corruption by ourselves.

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Dilbagh said: (Sun, Jan 16, 2011 03:26:45 AM)    
 
Corruption is just a way to get success but it is not neceessary.Success can be achieve by hardwork.Hardwork makes the person intellectual,its increase the self-esteem and confidence but success getting by giving bribe makes one dependent and in my thinking dependent person can't stand with success for a long time.

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Chethan P.S said: (Sat, Jan 15, 2011 04:04:43 PM)    
 
hi,we can call corruption as a balanced activity because in each and every sector,corruptions can be done according to the particular piece of things to be happened not to be happened,but corruption occurs depending upon an individual body of actions,same way corruptions can be done to achieve reputation,earning money,to see success in industrial or in various business activities,so finally i like to share that corruption plays both negative and positive aspect in this corporate world.

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Gokul said: (Sat, Jan 8, 2011 05:52:44 AM)    
 
Its a shame for our country to know that India stand first for corruption. Since independence the era of corruption starts. Every people in the country is corrupted in one way or the others. Situation makes people enter in to this crooked game.

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Ashwani Jain said: (Wed, Jan 5, 2011 10:36:10 PM)    
 
hello my dear friends i am ashwani jain in my opinion corruption is a process which give the response of any work very quickly and lots of chance for positive response here the one question is occur why we preference this process the answer is that every person has want his work is done more quickly without consume lots of time suppose we want to make the driving license the making process of this about 3-4 month and it is very hard process but with the help of corruption it complete only before 1 month and very easy.and according to my think lots of person choose the easy way for complete any work so corruption is increase day by day so government is responsible for corruption

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Chethan said: (Wed, Jan 5, 2011 07:42:12 AM)    
 
I feel corruption is not an neccessary evil in the society,if we people stood at every incedent like imparting and educating each and every people to not support bribe and begging to the people for their work ,it is our rights to ask and get the work done.each and every person should stand tall and oppose the corruption,corrption is not about bribing it is bieng dishonest to the job,to curb the corruption people should make use of media,Lokayukta and other sectors like CBI.

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Swati said: (Mon, Jan 3, 2011 02:10:00 PM)    
 
Corruption is the big virus which is destroying our country at a great level. It starts from us. Even to get good marks in the exam the child has to show some greedy things so that he will do well. But things does not stop here. Even to work for a nation, person who want to become PSI has to pay for a nation.

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Anita said: (Tue, Dec 21, 2010 01:44:37 PM)    
 
Corruption is not a necessary evil,but has become an inevitable evil of our society.
The complete system from a clerk to highest official is corrupt.So even if a official wants to become honest,he/she cant as the other officials will not co operate with him/her.
Imagine a corruption free society,our country will not face many problems of poverty,less paid salaries etc.like now.Finally,it results in corrupt rich officials becoming more rich and poor becoming poorer.We all must strive to change it,rather than settling down in foreign countries to earn money.

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Tej said: (Fri, Dec 17, 2010 04:18:45 AM)    
 
We all speak about our leaders first. But we the people are the culprits. We have initiated the system, we encouraged by bribing them. The system has been corrupted. Myself a part of this system. No one comes to change the system, we must bring the change. No individual can change it. But an individual should initiate. I will be the one to come front. Can you ?.

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