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dc.contributor.authorRaj Kumar, C-
dc.identifier.citationRaj Kumar, C. (2015). Corruption in India: a violation of human rights promoting transparency and the right to good governance. UC Davis Law Review, Vol.49 No.2 :741-792en_US
dc.description.abstractCorruption in India is a problem that has serious implications for both protecting the rule of law and ensuring access to justice. Corruption is pervasive in the system of governance in India, undermining the effectiveness of all institutions of governance. Since independence, successive governments have attempted to take numerous measures to reduce the levels of corruption in the country, including legislative and institutional measures. However, absence of the political will and sincerity in taking concrete steps to eliminate corruption has resulted in most of these measures not achieving the results that were intended.en_US
dc.publisherNew York:University of Californiaen_US
dc.subjectIndian criminal justiceen_US
dc.subjectCorruption in Indiaen_US
dc.subjectLegislative reformsen_US
dc.subjectHuman rights violationen_US
dc.titleCorruption in India: a violation of human rights promoting transparency and the right to good governanceen_US
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