In India, where corruption costs the public and private sectors millions of dollars a year, demands for petty bribes are frequently signaled in code: €œ"Take care of me"€ or, for a two-note handout, €œ"Make Gandhi smile twice."  Illegal demands by police and bureaucrats are €œ"deeply ingrained in the culture,"€ says anti-corruption crusader Vijay Anand, and are "€œtaken as the norm."  Read More

Courtesy, Lets Fix It, 03/28/2011