India new rupee / Bhutan initiatives / TI-Nepal study

India's Modi Fights Corruption The Wrong Way (opinion).  “Corruption will return with new Rupees changing hands in the place of the old ones.”

Panos Mourdoukoutas/Forbes:

Bhutan - Anti-Corruption initiatives must come top-down (editorial).  "There is now the urgent need to change this widespread public perception that corruption is accepted and let to be because this will have serious implications in the future."


Land revenue offices most corrupt: TI-Nepal study.  Service seekers in Nepal are compelled to pay the maximum amount of bribes at the land revenue offices to settle land-related matters, according to a recent study.

Bhadra Sharma/myRepublica:

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