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J.P. Mittal (?):

India`s Fight Against Corruption (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9788126916511 (?) या 8126916516, अज्ञात भाषा, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors (P) Ltd. hardcover, नई

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Corruption strikes at the root of good governance. It is an impediment to faster growth. It dilutes, if not negates, the efforts at social inclusion. It becomes the cause of many more evils like rise in prices, adulteration, failure of law and order, absence of justice, etc. India is one of the countries most afflicted by corruption. People are frustrated and want this menace to be beaten away with stringent measures. Corruption has been there in India since the Vedic times. There are stories in Puranas how a particular government servant was caught asking for a bribe and how the king whipped him. Indians are generally God-fearing people and remain law abiding when there is the fear of law. They indulge in corruption when they find that their neighbour is guilty of corruption and is not being punished or the punishment is less than the gain. The minute they find that the punishment for corruption is fast and severe, their desire to use unfair and illegal means for personal gain will evaporate. There are different ways to eradicate corruption, depending upon the different forms of government like monarchy, socialism, communism, democracy, and republic. We have selected democracy as the form of government in our country. Therefore, we have to decide the ways and means to remove corruption through democratic means. Every form of government does not suit a nation as the traditions, customs, culture and habits of different races and societies differ. A particular form of government may be good for a particular class of people, but it may not prove good for others. Corruption will spoil any form of government. Moreover, there are different ways to remove corruption for different forms of government. Every method may not suit every form of government. For example, in China and Russia millions of people were killed before communism became a success. In some cases the people were hanged from the nearest lamppost. In other cases only the threat of being shot worked and stringent laws were framed to eradicate or control corruption. So we can also make strict laws and let the courts punish the guilty, or we can appoint a Lokpal with draconian powers to prosecute and punish the corrupt. The book throws light on different aspects of corruption, scams and scandals in India, corruption in other countries, the problem of black money, measures to control corruptions, including the Jan Lokpal bill, and the recent anti-corruption campaign in India. The aim of this book is to make the readers aware, better informed and educated about various forms of corruption, anti-corruption laws and how corruption can be eradicated or controlled in our society. Contents : Preface; 1. Forms of Government; 2. Anti-Corruption Laws; 3. Corruption in India; 4. Corruption in Haryana Government; 5. Scams and Scandals in India; 6. Corruption in Asian and African Countries; 7. Object, Reasons and Provisions of RTI Act, 25; 8. RTI Act, 25"Delay and Denial of Information?Ministry of Defence; 9. The Right to Information Act, 25; 1. Indian Republic; 11. French, Russian, Chinese and Jasmine Revolutions; 12. Anna Hazare; 13. India Fights Corruption; 14. The (Government) Lokpal Bill, 21; 15. Jan Lokpal Bill, 21; 16. Corruption; 17. Remedy (Lokpal); 18. Killing a Snake Without Breaking the Stick; 19. Baba Ramdev?s Anti-Corruption Campaign; 2. Black Money; Appendix I: Supreme Court Judgement on Black Money; Appendix II: The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 Printed Pages: 386.
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J.P. Mittal (?):

India\'s Fight Against Corruption (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9788126916511 (?) या 8126916516, अज्ञात भाषा, hardcover

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Contents Preface 1 Forms of Government 2 Anti corruption laws 3 Corruption in India 4 Corruption in Haryana Government 5 Scams and scandals in India 6 Corruption in Asian and African countries 7 Object reasons and provisions of RTI Act 2005 8 RTI Act 2005 delay and denial of information Ministry of Defence 9 The right to information act 2005 10 Indian republic 11 French Russian Chinese and Jasmine revolutions 12 Anna Hazare 13 India fights corruption 14 The Government Lokpal bill 2010 15 Jan Lokpal Bill 2010 16 Corruption 17 Remedy Lokpal 18 Killing a snake without breaking the stick 19 Baba Ramdevs anti corruption campaign 20 Black money Appendices Corruption strikes at the root of good governance It is an impediment to faster growth It dilutes if not negates the efforts at social inclusion It becomes the cause of many more evils like rise in prices adulteration failure of law and order absence of justice etc India is one of the countries most afflicted by corruption People are frustrated and want this menace to be beaten away with away with stringent measures Corruption has been there in India since the Vedic times There are stories in Puranas how a particular government servant was caught asking for a bribe and how the king whipped him Indians are generally God fearing people and remain law abiding when there is the fear of law They indulge in corruption when they find that their neighbour is guilty of corruption and is not being punished or the punishment is less than the gain The minute they find that the punishment for corruption is fast and severe their desire to use unfair and illegal means for personal; gain will evaporateThere are different ways to eradicate corruption depending upon the different forms of government like monarchy socialism communism democracy and republic We have selected democracy as the form of government in our country Therefore we have to decide the ways and means to remove corruption through democratic meansEvery form of government does not suit a nation as the traditions customs culture and habits of different races and societies differ A particular form of government may be good for a particular class of people but it may not prove good for others Corruption will spoil any form of government Moreover there are different ways to remove corruption for different forms of government Every method may not suit every form of government For example in China and Russia millions of people were killed before communism became a success In some cases the people were hanged from the  nearest lamppost In other cases only the threat of being shot worked and stringent laws were framed to eradicate or control corruption So we can also make strict laws and let the courts punish the guilty or we can appoint a Lokpal with draconian powers to prosecute and punish the corrupt The book throws light on different aspects of corruption scams and scandals in India corruption in other countries the problem of black money measures to control corruption including the Jan Lokpal bill and the recent anti corruption campaign in India The aim of this book is to make the readers aware better informed and educated about various forms of corruption anti corruption laws and how corruption can be eradicated or controlled in our society jacket 374 pp.
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Indias Fight Against Corruption (2012) (?)

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J P Mittal (?):

Indias Fight Against Corruption (2012) (?)

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India's Fight Against Corruption (?)

ISBN: 9788126916511 (?) या 8126916516, अज्ञात भाषा, नई

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