As a second-generation Indian American, I am blessed to not only be raised on the staunch work ethic ingrained within my parent’s ethos, but also that world-famous American sense of independence. As Indians, however, we must realize that our vestige within America is not based on the charity of the office of immigration, but rather the steadfast dedication that is currently the source of much of the 21st century’s trend of outsourcing jobs.
Indian American •
Daily Update •
India is growing at an annual rate of 8% but the corruption is growing more than 100% every year. These days even the smallest corruption figure is in couple of thousands of millions. If it continues like that, all the gains of growth will go to drain and will make the life of a common man even more miserable than before. Every one wonders how to get rid of this menace. Recently many intellectuals, ex-IAS/IPS and social activists etc., have come together and formed a forum called India against corruption. It is heartening to know that this forum is growing every hour, which shows a strong desire on the part of people to get rid of corruption or at least minimize it to the possible minimum level. There are suggestions to plug holes in the system and one of the suggestions is the Jan Lokpal Bill.