corruption is the misuse of resources by those who are in power. corruption is an issue that adversly affects the country,s economy of central state,and local government agencies.Not only has it held the economy back from reaching new heights but rampant corruption has stunted India,s development and in the study conducted by transparency international reported that about 50% of Indians had first had experience of paying bribes or using contacts to get services performed by public offices.The media has widely published allegations of corrupt Indian citizens stashing millions of rupees in Swiss banks.Swiss authorities denied these allegations which later proven in 2015-2016.The Indian media is largely controlled by extremely corrupt politicians and industrialists who play a major role by misleading the public with incorrect information and use for mud-slinging at political and business +opponents.
Your post on corruption was very enlightening because I never knew it was a serious issue in India. I find it quite surprising that about half of the population of India has accepted a bribe, but sadly once one person gets away with it many more may be able too as well. Maybe in your next round of research you could come up with possible solutions to help fix the corruption in India that's affecting many citizens? Here are some links to help you out.
I look forward to your next post.
Great post on corruption and also its effects on human.You have also mentioned corruption in India,but it is well known that corruption is not only in India but also everywhere else in the world including the developed countries.Also you should inform us when corruption started its effects and also it have some benefits to some people like for example a person may come rich at once and this improves the standards of some people.
This is a very important topic for people to become more aware of. Corruption exists in most places where there is power because, in general, people who have power strive to retain it. Therefore corruption is often worst in places where there is a large amount of unchecked power such as in governments and large corporations. The media and the freedom of the press is one of the biggest protections that people have against corrupt organizations but, as you said in your post, often times the media is subdued or controlled by the corrupt people.
Great post Moses. Your topic is definitely something everyone should take seriously. Perhaps you could look into more detail about how the Swiss banks got involved in stashing rupees. Were people in India bribing the banks to hold their money there? Just a thought...
Here are some sources you could possibly use:
I like your posts and you're really brave to speak out facts that people need to know. You wrote, 'The Indian media is largely controlled by extremely corrupt politicians and industrialists who play a major role by misleading the public with incorrect information and use for mud-slinging at political and business +opponents.' It's something that people rarely talk about. And you can probably talk about the difficulty to show the corruption to the public next time. I can't wait for your next post.
Here are some links to the issue.