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Like in many other countries, corruption is a huge problem in Nepal as it is the main obstacle to economic and political reforms, accountability, transparency and good governance. Corruption has trickled into both private and public sectors, and into almost all aspects of life. The Commission for the Investigation of....

02
Dec
2015 02:51

"The task of eradicating corruption has to be akin to a movement to conserve the moral order of human society. This movement has similar importance to the preservation of our natural environment to serve the interests of the men and women, who will replace us on this planet when we....

Generally speaking, embezzling has the detrimental effect of diverting resources from their proper purpose - which is, for the most part, to improve the Nepalese people's living standards, in particular that of disadvantaged populations. When corruption takes the shape of tax avoidance, it brings about loss of tax revenue, whereas....

02
Dec
2015 02:48

It may be argued that the foundations underpinning the mechanisms of Nepalese society are intrinsically based on corrupt principles. The 'caste system', although officially abolished by the Nepalese law, is still a prominent feature of the Nepalese society today. The operating of the 'cast system' in Nepal implies that a....

It is widely recognized among academics and practitioners that there is no single, commonly agreed definition of corruption. However, most people and organizations focusing on corruption-related matters certainly would agree that corruption involves the abuse/misuse of a position of power or authority for monetary gain or non-material advantages (for instance....

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