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Entries in Manmohan Singh (5)


Democratic change is awesome – unless, of course, you’re corrupt

PM Singh (right) congratulates Narendra Modi after Modi's election victoryRegime changes are always delicate moments in countries facing corruption problems. When the sea of power recedes the low tide often exposes relationships and decisions that many had hoped would never surface. What will the new regime do with the revealed detritus of prior “understandings?” Will there be “professional courtesy” or will the long knives come out?

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Dalai Lama: graft is violence and ‘cancer of the modern world’

Here's an item from the January 5 edition of The Hindu:

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Singh, Sonia Gandhi promise action on landmark anti-corruption bill 

Image courtesy of WikipediaAnti-corruption campaigner Anna Hazare says he recently received assurances from India's prime minister Manmohan Singh and influential government leader Sonia Gandhi that the long-awaited Lokpal bill will be put to a vote during the next parliamentary session.

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Wal-Mart in India is déjà vu for the FCPA 

The expansion of the Wal-Mart investigation into India proves that history is indeed circular. These developments seem to be the early 1970s all over again, and that can't be good for Wal-Mart.

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First 'Coalgate' Defendants Charged

India’s Central Bureau of Investigation has finally filed charges against five companies and 17 associated individuals and government officials allegedly involved in the 'Coalgate' scandal.

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