Aam Aadmi Party, ex Bureaucrats and Politics Yesterday night, I was shocked to watch and hear Arvind Kejriwal’s comments in the TV show Aap Ki Adalat.
36 Floor ‘Tower of Irregularities’ at Altamount Road, South Mumbai Who said 2 and 2 make 4 ? A few people believe that 2 and 2 make 22. They plan things that way. And they also make this weird mathematics… Read more ›
How to Fight Corruption Corruption is big news today. A lot is being written and said about corruption. Why is Bribery and Corruption Flourishing in India
Anjali Damania….. a little bit of unanswered questions from people like me I heard Anjali Damania, the activist, and a number of panelists, on TV yesterday. They left me in a dizzy. The TV show has left me… Read more ›
Ashok Khemka IAS……..Right or Wrong Yesterday evening, I watched Ashok Khemka live on TV. I listened to the Panel Speakers, some eloquent, others less so. So many people supported him. There was an avalanche of congratulatory sms and email messages.… Read more ›
Top postal officer, arrested for taking Rs. 2 – cr bribe, back with plum posting – Former Chief Postmaster General of Maharashtra reinstated November 8, 2011 – I came across the above headlines in the Mumbai Mirror today. After having… Read more ›
Kiran Bedi is fond of hogging the lime light. But the present news items and allegations relating to numerous false billings in relation to her flights over the years have caught her on the wrong foot. They are far… Read more ›
Sanjiv Bhatt, Police and Politics. I have just seen the following article on a popular website. It is most distressing and dangerous. IPS officer Sanjiv R. Bhatt suspended Posted by: “Anjlee Pandya” firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Aug 12, 2011 10:54 pm (PDT) ———- Forwarded message… Read more ›
Limits of Corruption The year 2010 ended leaving India riddled with a spate of corruption cases. There seems to be a race for the top “I am the most corrupt” slot in India. I am not talking about the top… Read more ›
Social Issues, Current Issues, Miscarriage of Justice, LegalApathy, An Indian Bureaucrat’s Diary, Travelogue on India, Binoy Gupta Read more ›
It took the legal system 19 years and 400 hearings to convict and sentence the former DGP to 6 months imprisonment and fine of Rs. 1000 for molesting a teen……..who was driven to commit suicide S S Rathore, (who retired… Read more ›
Supreme Court of India on our bureaucracy Even God cannot save this country……… Supreme Court of India, New Delhi, August 5, 2008 The Supreme Court was hearing a case relating to unauthorised occupation of Government accommodation.