In 2013, the Chinese Railway Minister, Liu Zhijun was convicted of corruption, who supposedly amassed $10mn, about Rs.60cr over a 25 year period. The punishment awarded to him was death sentence. He was accused in early Feb 2011, by the end of the month he was suspended from the minister's post. In May, he was … Continue reading How is Corruption treated in India vs China? – Anecdote.
There are certain intangible cultural traditions across the world which might face threat with increasing commodification and commercialization of art. India has numerous such traditions, however at present 11 such traditions are recognized by UNESCO. The General Conference of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization hereinafter referred to as UNESCO, meeting in Paris, … Continue reading The Intangible Cultural Heritage of India