by OJ George
Everything is not available for a price?
The arrest of AIADMK leader Dinakaran for attempted bribing of Election Commission officials underscores a crucial point.
Not everything can be purchased for a price always.
In Indian conditions, in a majority of instances, corruption rules the roost.
You grease the palm and you get away with what you want.
At least this time, the attemp
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