ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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GSPC: A Controversial Case Study

While the Bharatiya Janata Party claims the Congress has been trying to deflect allegations of corruption against it by highlighting controversies relating to Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation, the many allegations levelled against the management of this state government company are serious. The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation should think hard before deciding to partner GSPC.

Cadaverising Indian Railways

The decision to create several new railway zones has been taken disregarding consistent expert advice against such reorganisation pointing out the negative implications. In addition to the excessive additional outlays that this will entail, the creation of additional zones may well add to existing inefficiencies.

Growing Fraud in Government

Fraud, waste and corruption are alarmingly on the increase. Yet there is nothing in the Activity Report of the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) to show if the CAG is even aware of this. No agency of government has the ringside view of the rottenness of the management of government finances. But like the good monkey, the CAG keeps his eyes and ears shut.

A Montage of Skulduggery

A quick look at media reports in the first weeks of the new year reveals the horrifying diversity of daily conflicts among the varieties of intra-religious, ethinic, political, linguistic, political and pseudo-political groups and parties that are tearing society apart.
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