New survey on bribery in India: every other Indian pays bribe

New survey on bribery in India
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According to the news of The Economic Times, there has been a decline of 10% in the cases of bribery in India compared to last year.

This has been said by quoting The India Corruption Survey 2019 of Transparency International India. It has also been said in this survey that in the last 12 months, 51 percent Indians have done bribe.

The survey was conducted in about 20 states including Delhi, Bihar, Haryana and Gujarat. According to the survey, cash is still used the most for bribe.

In this survey, there were 16 percent people who said that they get their work done without paying bribe.

According to the survey, the maximum bribe has been given in property registration and land related matters.
New survey on bribery in India
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Urdu, Persian used in police FIRs


According to the news of The Times of India, the Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi Police to write FIR in easy language.

Urdu and Persian words should be used less when writing FIR. So that the general public can understand it.

Writing FIRs uses words such as Roznamcha, Gaflat, Ittala, Tahrir, Faramaya and Taptish.

The court had ordered 100 copies of FIR from the police to ascertain whether the order was being followed.

The High Court has said that the FIR should be in the words of the complainant. Police to do the work of common man. It is not only for those who have doctoral degrees in Urdu and Persian.
New survey on bribery in India
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What did Rajnath Singh say on Pakistan?

According to the news of Jansatta, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh has said that India was no longer an easy target for terrorist attacks.

The defense minister said these things in a program of the 11th anniversary of the 26/11 attack.

Rajnath Singh said, "We are capable of dealing with any attack on the country." If Pakistan does not desist from helping the terrorists, then we will blacklist it.

He said, "Blacklisting of Pakistan by the Financial Action Task Force will prove to be the last nail in the coffin of terrorists".
New survey on bribery in India
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According to the news of Hindustan newspaper, well-known cartoonist Sudhir Dhar died at the age of 87 on Tuesday.

In his 58-year career, Sudhir Dhar satirized in many newspapers on different issues from his cartoons.

Dhar started his career with The Statesman newspaper in the year 1961.

According to the news of Dainik Jagran, by creating fake certificates, wrestlers are being recruited in the army.

The newspaper writes that in these fake certificates, youth have been declared as national champions. Recently many such fake certificates have come out.

On the basis of these certificates, some youths were recruited in the army. The certificates of about 15 such wrestlers have been found to be fake.