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Corruption-free companies beget Corruption free support

While talking to a group of small family owned company managers IWB asked why companies cannot take a pledge not to pay and accept bribes. It is only when they are clean can they expect a corruption free world.

In Bangalore Tiger: How Indian Tech Upstart Wipro Is Rewriting the Rules of Global Competition, business journalist Steve Hamm writes that "Wipro is not just a company, it's a quest." That quest, according to some observers, is as much about moral rectitude as it is about business success. For example, according to Hamm, the company pays no bribes and has a zero tolerance policy for corruption.

IW wonders why other Indian companies cannot be like that?

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Delhi ,  INDIA

देसी चुगलखोर, आत्मा की आवाज़, भ्रिस्टाचार का प्रहरी, Initially joined Allied Services, fedup with rat-race, he started an ngo called "Education Lighthouse" to educate students and teachers about environmental science and responsible behaviour and a small school in which he was the Principal. Soon, he was disillusioned because he had to pay bribes to get his ngo and school running and sustained on government help. Role Models-Arvind Kejriwal,HD Shourie of Common Cause, Sunita Narain of CSE. Raises public interest issues. Has links with Transparency International, India. Publisher seeks biographers for his many public-interest stories-you can be one! यदि आप कुछ गलत देखते हैं तो आप उसको देसी चुगलखोर के ब्लॉग खाते में दाल सकते

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