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Jan 17, 2019
CJI Ranjan Gogoi tells Prashant Bhushan to look at world positively as advocate questions Lokpal search committeeCJI Ranjan Gogoi told Prashant Bhushan that he shouldn't look at things from a negative point of view and rather look at them positively in an effort to make the world a better place
May 23, 2017
Lokpal bill: BJP govt likely to bring new anti-corruption legislation during Monsoon Session; blames UPA for delayUnion Minister Jitendra Singh Tuesday said the delay in setting up Lokpal was due to certain "inherent problems" in the legislation as the previous previous UPA regime had drafted it in "haste".
Nov 14, 2016
Corruption and black money: Changes to anti-graft bill run contrary to SC judgments, UN ConventionBesides these changes should also be seen in the light of certain key provisions of the ‘United Nations Convention Against Corruption’ which the Indian government ratified in 2011.
Feb 26, 2014
Pak court allows ex-PM Ashraf permanent exemption from appearanceAshraf's lawyer Farooq Naek said due to security concerns his client could not appear before the court in today's hearing. He requested the court to grant permanent exemption to the senior Pakistan People's Party (PPP) leader from appearing in person.
Jan 10, 2014
Congress top brass meets to discuss strategy for anti-corruption billsCongress top brass today discussed the strategy to pass a slew of anti-corruption bills pushed by Rahul Gandhi to create a 'framework' to fight graft as also the issue of Jat reservation and the party's floor strategy in Parliament
Jan 07, 2014
An AAP govt will not reduce corruption: American political scientistThe Aam Aadmi Party's(AAP) promise to sweep away corruption from the Indian political system is a "difficult" goal to achieve, says a visiting American political scientist
Sep 24, 2013
Suu Kyi wants to pick lessons of anti-graft, edu from SingaporeBut her endorsement of the wealthy city-state came with a caveat - Myanmar could do without the materialistic and high-pressure society that has accompanied Singapore's decades-long transformation from tropical backwater to economic powerhouse.
Jan 21, 2013
Pak govt sets up commission to probe anti-graft official's deathThe Pakistan government formed a judicial commission to investigate the mysterious death of a senior anti-graft investigator who was probing corruption allegations Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf.