Corruption and Indian politics

Do you like to discuss politics? If yes this group is for you. I created this group to discuss current political affairs of our country. There is a general perception that today’s young generation is averse to politics. But I feel that might not be true. There are a lot of young people who takes genuine interest in politics. In this group let us talk about the trend of political events in the country. As the creator of the group, I appeal to all members that we should uphold the freedom of opinion, speech and choice on this platform. Whereas you are free to express your political opining, I urge, that we all should respect other persons’ views and let us not turn it into a preaching ground for any particular political ideology. This group is about observation, analysis and expressing opinion freely:     –    do not abuse any political party / ideology     –    do not defame any political leader     –    do not preach violence or hatred against any person / party Happy debating!
Raj Raj
Raj Raj and 5 more commented on the discussion by Sahir Rehman
on Nov 22, 2014 , 11:09 am
Sahir Rehman - Should political parties be under RTI act?
In a rare occasion all political parties seem to have joined hands in mutual agreement! None of them want to be accountable to the public under the RTI act!Indian politicians just don't want to reveal where all the tax money is being spent. more »
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Shivshankar Singh
Shivshankar Singh reposted the discussion by Sahir Rehman
on Nov 19, 2014 , 03:46 am
Sahir Rehman - Should political parties be under RTI act?
In a rare occasion all political parties seem to have joined hands in mutual agreement! None of them want to be accountable to the public under the RTI act!Indian politicians just don't want to reveal where all the tax money is being spent. more »
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Shivshankar Singh
Shivshankar Singh and Shubhra Dastidar commented on the discussion by Shankar Manakkal
on Nov 12, 2014 , 04:08 am
Shankar Manakkal - 'Bribing should be legalised'
I think I should begin with an LOL! Rajiv Ranjan, senior MLA from the ruling JD(U) thinks there should be a 'Right to Bribery' act! You know, because it's too much hard work and unnecessary effort to pretend that officials in India don't take bribe more »
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Shivshankar Singh
Shivshankar Singh and Naveen Kumar reposted the discussion by Shankar Manakkal
on Nov 12, 2014 , 04:07 am
Shankar Manakkal - 'Bribing should be legalised'
I think I should begin with an LOL!Rajiv Ranjan, senior MLA from the ruling JD(U) thinks there should be a 'Right to Bribery' act! You know, because it's too much hard work and unnecessary effort to pretend that officials in India don't take bribe more »
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Pawan Kumar
Pawan Kumar commented on the blog by Sahil Kakkar
on Oct 29, 2014 , 10:56 pm
Sahil Kakkar - Has Anna Hazare lost his sheen?
For people who were fed up of UPA government’s corrupt rule, activist Anna Hazare started the anti-corruption movement in 2012. He became a crusader of a series of demonstrations and protests across India, which intended to establish strong legislation and enforcement against political corruption. Anna stressed on bringing in Jan Lokpal Bill, which will keep a check on corrupt and tainted politicians. His indefinite hunger strike and mass agitation forced the government to introduce the b more »
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