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Has corruption declined in India?

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November 07, 2006 12:16 IST

Transparency International, the Berlin-based anti-corruption watchdog, says that corruption in India has reduced since the last year. No matter that it holds the dubious distinction of topping the world's bribery list.

For most Indians, corruption is an everyday fact of life: right from trying to beat a minor traffic offence to obtaining a tax refund or even getting your home registered.

Or do you think that corruption in India is on the decline now, although slowly? What do you think can be done to make India a corruption-free country?

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