Date: August 29th 2011

The pointReturn project doesn't experience any bribe-seeking. So why do I find Anna Hazare's campaign against corruption so timely? It is because collusive-corruption in policy making is the real cause of transactional-corruption perceived in the streets. The holy grail of 10% growth can only be discovered through equity, fairplay, care for environment and water and food security. The learned economist in Delhi is being taught a lesson by a feisty villager. Read the story here

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