Like the miasma of foul air and failed policies that choked New Delhi and closed schools last week, the Indian government’s sudden declaration that more than 80 percent of its circulating currency is invalid left many across the country stung and choked.
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I was pleased to read that others are picking up on the excellent work undertaken by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his government.
Many executives in India would agree that high-level political corruption in India has decreased significantly during the first two years of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime, a welcome development by any measure.
It was not long ago that Vijay Mallya, a flashy Indian businessman and a former member of parliament, was celebrating his 60th birthday in style in Goa where Latin pop star Enrique Iglesias had been flown in especially for the occasion.
India's Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested the chairman of state-run Syndicate Bank Ltd., Sudhir Kumar Jain, on August 3, with the CBI announcing that two cases have been registered under the Prevention of Corruption Act and laws to prevent criminal conspiracy.
Regime 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?
India’s novice anti-corruption party has flamed out just 49 days after assuming control of administering the nation’s capital city-state.