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February 24th, 2009, 11:14 PM
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Raise your voice against corruption -

Dear Citizens , Are you being harrased by any corrupt public servant of any goverment office situated in delhi?

Lodge your complaint round the clock with the anti-corruption branch at directorate of Vigilance on FAX - 011- 23890110

or Phone no -011-23890019

or post bag no - 8610, civil lines delhi - 110054.

or personally at room no 178-184
old secretariat, delhi - 110054

During working days you may also contact following officers of anti - corruption branch bet'n 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM.

Add. Commissioner of police

Ph - 011-23890221
M - 9818670105

Dy. Commissioner of police
Ph - 011- 23890154 / 298
M- 9868218103

Inform us about any public servant indulging in corrupt activities.

Directorate of Vigilance
Govt. of NCT of Delhi
4th Level, C wing, delhi secretariat,
IP estate, new delhi - 110002
Fax - 23392353.

Apart from above You can raise your voice to PM

If you feel strongly about any issue, then please raise your concern directly to Prime Minister Office at http://pmindia.nic.in/write.htm (http://pmindia.nic.in/write.htm)

February 24th, 2009, 11:18 PM

February 24th, 2009, 11:23 PM
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February 25th, 2009, 10:20 PM
bhai..really a good info..thanx..

February 25th, 2009, 11:07 PM
To Activate And Motivate The People Against Corruption & To Build Corrupt Free Society

<http://members.rediff.com/corruption_eradication/index.htm> (http://www.ifitry.com/socioeco.html)

February 25th, 2009, 11:09 PM
Corruption in Karnataka

Sat, 09/29/2007 - 12:29 — admin One cannot blame just the government for this problem, people need to fight against it which is not happening. Some of the reasons for corruption could be following:

Usually the state and central (federal) governments are not from the same party. But be assured the politicians of all parties are of the same breed.
People of Karnataka are not of fighting nature. They will take any amount of crap. We tend to only ***** and moan, but we will never unite and protest as a group. This works perfectly for the politicians.
Party heads will not allow the state government to operate sincerely. The state govt is expected to fill the coffers of the party in Delhi.
One of the ex-CMSs was known to have made an average of Rs 1 crore [$200,000 plus] per day.
Eventhough raids are conducted on such officers, nothing happens. Such officers are suspended, brought back to service and even promoted


February 25th, 2009, 11:11 PM

The Maharashtra State Anti Corruption Bureau was constituted under the Government of Maharashtra, Home Department, with a view to eradicating the evil of bribery and corruption. The Anti-Corruption Bureau has jurisdiction over the State of Maharashtra. Raise your voice and it shall be heard!

February 25th, 2009, 11:14 PM

Save our Punjab - Report Corruption, NRI problems & Punjab Government failure (http://www.saveourpunjab.com/) : Save our Punjab helps to combat corruption, solve NRI problems and inviting public complaints to make corruption free, healthy and effective Punjab governance system.

Operation Duryodhana - A COBRAPOST-AAJ TAK Investigation reveals the tale of eleven MPs accepting money for asking questions in the Indian Parliament. (http://www.cobrapost.com/documents/release.htm)

Site of Chief Vigilance officer, India : http://www.cvc.nic.in/ (http://www.cvc.nic.in/)
Site of Central Bureau of Investigation, India : http://cbi.nic.in/ (http://cbi.nic.in/)

Political parties unanimously decide to reject SC and EC order!!!
In an all-party meeting held on 8th July 2002 in New Delhi, it was decided that the parliament would enact a new law that would essentially nullify most parts of SC ruling like disclosure of educational background, disclosure of assets by all contestants, disclosure of criminal background, etc.
Click here for your Opinion regarding Supreme Courts Order:
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February 25th, 2009, 11:16 PM


February 25th, 2009, 11:20 PM
It is also believed that e-governance can reduce corruption. In your experience, how true is this?
It is not necessary that e-governance will reduce corruption. It all depends on the manner in which e-governance affects the root causes of corruption. The argument that e-governance will increase transparency, reduce interaction with officials, and increase efficiency of services — and hence will reduce corruption — is a bit naïve.

Some types of corruption are caused by the extensive procedures that have to be followed by government departments to provide a service. Citizens are willing to pay ‘grease money’ to move things along faster. While e-governance can make a small change here by enabling faster processing, greedy officials can still slow things down. Unless the laws are changed to reduce paperwork and official involvement, there is not much that e-governance can do.

Other types of corruption are caused by lack of accountability among officials and entire departments. Officials can willy-nilly extract rents from citizens; they are not afraid of consequences because their supervisors are also on the take. The most that e-governance can do in situations like this is shift the location of corruption, literally, from one department or window to another.

There is some hope that with the RTI Act in place, citizens will demand accountability. Here, e-governance can help to make available information. However, I am yet to see any concrete examples.


February 25th, 2009, 11:24 PM
Corruption shall reign Supreme
Are we fit to rule ourselves?

How much money our corrupt politicians, bureaucrats and industrialists have stashed away in Swiss Banks? The estimate about Indians holding money in secret Swiss Bank accounts is around 1,500 billion dollars. Translated into rupees, it comes to some Rs. 6,75,000 crore at the foreign exchange rate of Rs. 45. Put differently, if India's deposits in Swiss Banks were to be distributed among 45 crore people (out of our country's 100 + crore) each one will get Rs. one lakh. [HTML]


February 25th, 2009, 11:26 PM

Corruption is becoming prevalent all over the world. Corruption hurts economies, people, and governments. Corruption is unethical, immoral, and illegal in many societies, religions, and countries. It needs to be stopped.

Private organizations, United Nations, and some governments have attempted to stop corruption or at least prevent it. They have failed, however.

This site is an attempt to expose countries and departments where corruption is taking place.

Recently Filed Corruption Incident

Bikaner, Rajasthan, Indiana
Indian Army

An officer in the Indian Army reported corruption in the csd canteen of 24 Artillery Division in the year 2001 to the tune of 6 lakhs and also misuse of railway warrant by senior officers at Kota in Rajasthan. The senior officers made an Attempt to kill the officer on 10 sept 2004 for reporting corruption. The matter was reported to the chief of Army staff and the Defence Minister vide legal notice and various other petitions.The minister was also informed about the corruption and Attempt to murder in person on 14 April 2008.The issue of corruption and Attempt to murder was also reported by various national dailies. The authorities in Army HQ and the defence ministry has not ordered investigation which has helped the the criminals to escape from punishment and also caused huge loss to the exchequer treating the legal notice and petition with disdain. I am hoping that institutions fighting corruption will treat this as a complaint an expose the deep rooted conspiracy in the Army HQ which is the handywork of few corrupt officers above the rank if Major Generals.

February 25th, 2009, 11:42 PM

Measure to provide a Clean Administration in Uttar Pradesh :

A strategic Framework

The Uttar Pradesh Government is committed to providing a clean and effective administration, with efficient delivery of public services, so as to serve the people better. The State has made commendable progress on several fronts, whether it be in agricultural production or in attracting industrial investment. However, the impact of such achievements gets dented whenever there is corruption or even public perception of corruption at any point in the administration.