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The Election Commision of India can plug illicit funding of political campaigns by increasing their spending limit.

"Strict implementation and penalties can work, but not when everyone seems to be flouting the law. For a change, the election commission could look at having realistic spending limits, and try to implement the same instead of having a 'unimplementable' law just on paper."

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Bribe giver and bribe taker should be equally exposed to scrutiny to help contain corruption

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In order to make grievance redressal systems more effective in the country, the Indian central and state governments should-

An overhauled and effective public grievance redressal cell will be in place in Delhi from Saturday. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with his council of ministers will also listen to public grievances every Saturday.

"A monitoring system will be put in place from Saturday wherein an SMS would be sent to the complainant once the grievance is solved from our side, asking the person to reply 'no' if dissatisfied. Then a team of volunteers will get in touch with them," Kejriwal said.

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What is main reason for the backlog of unresolved court cases in the Indian judiciary?

Andhra Pradesh High Court judge Justice V V Rao had remarked in the year 2010 that even 320 years wouldn't be adequate for the Indian judiciary to clear the backlog of 3.2 million cases pending across the country. What, according to you, is the reason for this 'colossal scale of pendency'?

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Which of these steps, according to you, will make a significant difference in India's fight against corruption?

The strong anti-corruption sentiments felt by citizens of the country gave rise to a revolution that swept India two years ago. There were those who opted to fast relentlessly, while some preferred to become a part of the political system in an attempt to change it. 

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What do you think is the major contributor for the increase in corruption?

According to a corruption survey by Transparency International, it was revealed that India ranked 94 on the index, below China which took the 80th position. Our country, which witnessed some of the biggest scams in the last few years, is a lot more corrupt today as compared to 2007, falling 22 ranks below its 2007 ranking. What do you think is the reason for the increase in corruption?

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Will declaring a holiday on December 4 increase the percentage of citizens who cast their vote in the Delhi assembly polls?

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Are the rising corruption cases dissuading the youth of today from working in the government sector?

​"...the government in India attracts corrupt youngsters like a magnet," reports a study conducted by Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania. Do you agree?

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Should the government relook into the role and functions of the CBI?

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What do you think of the CBI questioning the Prime Minister?

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