The Drivers and Dynamics of Illicit Financial Flows from India: 1948-2008
A November 2010 Report from Global Financial Integrity
According to Transparency International’s
Corruption Perception Index (CPI) for
2010, India this year ranks 87 among 178
countries, down three spots from 84 in
In Our Shining India, Over 5000 Children
Die Every Day From Hunger And
After reading this Do you still think india is
a developing country?
Around 23 lakh children, aged 1-59
months, died in India in 2005
One woman dies every seven minutes
in India due to pregnancy-related
complications and these are
conservative estimates since more
than 30 per cent of maternal mortality
cases go unreported, according to
MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE
New census estimates that
there are 13 million homeless
people in India
“BHIKSHA NAHI SHIKSHA CHAHIYEN’’
80 , 43 , 889 Children aged between
6 & 14 Years do not Go to School.
1 , 48 , 696 Government Schools are
run Without a Building.
1 , 14 , 531 Primary Schools have
a Single Teacher.
1 , 68 , 742 Schools do not have
a Drinking Water.
4, 55 , 561 Schools do not have
(PMO- Dec. 2009)
India lowers target for highway
It will now build 12-13 km a day from the
set target of 20 km owing to lack of
adequate infrastructure and technology.
( REAL FACT ONLY 2-3 KM A DAY .)
"Indian Railways has not produced
any world-class technology since
The railway minister's grand
plans for Railways only on
11,700 tonnes(out of about 57.8
million tonnes) of food grains worth
Rs 6.86 crore were found “damaged”
in government godowns.
Food and Agriculture Minister
Hungry People –Rotting Food grains
According to an estimate by the World Food Program,
one quarter of the world’s hungry live in India.
India ranks 66th in the world in battling hunger.
Over 20 crore people are hungry. During 1997-2007,
10 lakh tonnes of food grain was damaged. With this
10 lakh tonnes of food one crore people could be fed
for a year. At a time when food prices are sky-
rocketing and thousands of families living below
poverty line are struggling to get their meals, such
wastage of food grain is unfortunate and shameful.
"People perceive India as a
land of a billion problems,
but I see it as a
land of a billion opportunities.“
MR. MUKESH AMBANI