So even if we get an information or data that corruption is decreasing may be even by a slight percentage, it is a good news because it gives us a hope that it might go down further.
Knowledge is power.
People are made stupid and we happily get stupid.
No doubt big scams are now not very common which was common news in past but yet the situation is only a few notches better than before. Still, something is better than nothing, and a lot more time will be needed for the system to get cleaned up. A lot of integrity among individuals is needed from bottom to top to get good clean governance. I don't expect the same in my lifetime.
Live before you leave.
Though everyone is talking the ill effects of corruption, but there is no way to get rid of the deep rooted corruption lying in our system. Hence to achieve a clean governance, it should start from the government and should percolate down to the low level. It can certainly be minimised with the exertion of strong will power of the government and the supporting attitude of the public to contain the same.
2) Look for the bank approval - if your home is being financed from the bank, it could resolve your problem to a great extent. The bank would undertake the exercise of evaluating your loan amount after examining the property.Their evaluations would ease your problems
In relation to legality of the land. However, you should be cautious enough while signing the bank agreement and in that situation, you need to check all the clauses entered in the draft.
The survey team must have enquired 100 people "What do you think about corruption. Is it reduced or increased? 63 people must have answered as "Reduced". Survey completed and published.
Instead they should have identified and asked 100 corrupt people "Are you still corrupt. Tell the truth?" and got the answer. That would tell the truth about the reduction in corruption.
No life without Sun
Once the online transactions are increased, there is a chance for the reduction in corruption. But how much the survey reflects the facts is always a big question only.
Personally, I feel the corruption at lower levels is still there and there is no reduction. 99% of political leaders are corrupt only. They may not survive in politics if there is no corruption. The people in governance will make a lot of money. But there is a reduction in the highest level especially in central government there is a reduction. This is my feeling but I may be wrong also. The chances are very less for reducing corruption. Every party is spending crores of rupees in elections. If there is no corruption wherefrom they will get money.
"Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"