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Published On: Sun, Jan 13th, 2019

A Crusade against Corruption hits the stand

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Book ManojA Crusade against corruption” has a strong possibility in India. This is the title of a book written by Manohar Manoj;  a senior journalist, who completed this book after conducting a massive research and applying his broad observation and deep inside thoughts on this subject during his last 15 years time period.

After closely monitoring this issue of corruption from its various angles and from its all aspects; right from bottom to top, from political to apolitical, from administration to technocracy, from election to the voters, from NGOs to the community and finally through its aftereffects, he has brought out this book comprising 2 volumes, which having around 850 pages in it.

This book not only encompasses in it every aspect of corruption, which gets started from numerous meaning and definitions of corruption and then he brings all human tendencies associated with corruption. He then brings all its possible world history and then its prevalence in various forms of governments followed by various modalities to check corruption.

This book has compiled all the blown out scandals and scams, which used to be earlier headline news of media and views of common people respectively, right from the very beginning he has not spared even any minor highlights one can imagine. Apart from this, the book presents, reflects and highlights all forms of structural corruption persisting in our country; in the day to day circumstances, in various organs of democracy viz., ‘executive’, ‘legislature’, ‘judiciary’ and the ‘media’, followed by Govt. Organisations etc. The book tells and highlights how corruption is precipitated in many sectors, institutions, and professions affecting the lives of we all Indians.

Manohar Manoj, the author of the book titled “A Crusade against corruption” is a senior journalist, a columnist, a blogger and also frequently seen in electronic media on various issues of national interests as the subject matter expert. He is currently the editor and publisher of a magazine, namely, ‘Economy India’.
On asking how he generated the idea of authoring this book on such important issue ? In reply to this,Manoj says he has spent almost 15-years time span on giving shape to this work and during this time he touched almost all the dimensions of the problems of corruption, being faced by everybody. This book has vehemently criticized the modalities of the prevention mechanism of corruption and its eradication undertaken by the govt. of India and other state authorities. This book also presents all the mass movements carried out in the past relating with public resentment against corruption.

This book gives encyclopedic snapshots on the issues of corruption which impresses upon the people. He gives a clarion call that India needs a huge churning of thoughts towards the subject matter of corruption, which requires its solution in terms of weeding it out from the society and that has been described in this book intelligently.
The solutions suggested the process to eradicate corruption requires a complete moral overhauling, pragmatic and effective laws,complete remaking of institutions, utmost use of technology, a mammoth policy-driven system, and fully accountable governance. The author regards his book as an all-inclusive exercise on the topic of corruption, which contains a high degree of propensity, insights, concerns, observations and a wholehearted honest commitment towards the issues of corruption.

 Title : “A Crusade Against Corruption on the Neutral Path”
Author: Manohar Manoj
ISBN: 978-81-939336-0-2(Vol.1), 978-81-939336-1-9(Vol.2)
Publisher:Economy India Publication, New Delhi
Total pages 2 Volumes and 850 pages
Price :Rs.990 /- each volume and set price 1850/-

 

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