Today, Corruption is a great problem, a menace and of course a buring issue. It's termed as an evil and a curse. In practical life, political corruption is the abuse of public power, office or resources by government officials or employees for personal gain. Systemic corruption is the complete subversion of a political of economic system. Police corruption is a specific form of police misconduct Corporate corruption is to incorporate criminality and the abuse of power by officials in corporate matters. In India, political and bureaucratic corruption are major concerns. India is ranked 87th out of 178 countries, in a global survey. Recently, there has been an upsurge in land protests against corruption. There were widespread public agitations and movements, led by social activists, against corruption and for the return of illegal wealth stashed by politicians and businessmen in foreign banks over the past six decades, since independence. In money laundering, India tops the list of black money holders in the entire world. Criminalisation is also a serious problem in contemporary Indian politics. Now, there is a strong, mass supported movement against corruption, with a demand for comprehensive reforms in anti-corruption system in India. Present work is a good reference book for knowing corruption in all dimensions, It's an asset for all scholars, researchers, social activists and students.
M.A. Shewan (b.1954), a journalist by training and profession, he is a seasoned writer, as well. He is highly qualified in humanities from Agra university. Devoted to serious research and writing, he has worked a lot on various subjects, concerning political issues and current, he heads a news bureau in U.P. and represents several leading newspapers and periodicals, in the region. Along with his journalistic activities and social services, he also runs a computer institute and trains young people in news coverage and feature writing etc. Recently, he has edited a Biographical Series for a leading publishing house. In addition to this, he has a few more books to his credit. Currently, he is engaged in accomplishing his ambitious project on: Electoral Reforms. Udai Veer (b.1953), a post-graduate from Agra University, he is a senior lecturer in a college in Uttar Pradesh. Apart from teaching, he guides his students in creative matters. He has written many an article and edited a few books. Of late, he has turned to serious writing in a planned manner. Presently, he is working on his project on: Systematic Dishonesty among Bureaucrats in India.
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