Are Service Conditions Corrupting Good People in the IAS? | Karan Thapar

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Karan Thapar is in conversation with former IAS Officer N.C. Saxena on his new book, 'What Ails The IAS and Why It Fails To Deliver'. Thapar and Saxena talk about the conditions of the Service, the reason why corruption seeps in administrations, certain anecdotes of Saxena's tenure in the Service and more.

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How many have stood with Ashok Khemka?

Author — Dhairysheel Ghatge

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Mr. Thapar PLEASE keep doing Interviews.. Your Presence and Skill of questioning a Topic and taking interviews is immensely Missed and Valued!

Author — musikmadmusik

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IAS are corrupt because they cant stay honest and survive in this system
Stop blaming IAS, please. Elect better politicians.

Author — n j

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It is also corrupt senior IAS officers which forces or encourages younger IAS people to become corrupt over time.

Author — Rylac Zero

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Karan sir please interview pm once again 😂😂😂

Author — waseem zaidi

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When politicians and judiciary is corrupt and our society respects quick money, then why to blame only one section of executive.

Author — varun jalan

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Not just IAS, good guy are not staying in other sectors of current industries as well. Main issue here lies with difference in ideology. Good guy who don't agree with systems decision and their ideology are targeted at larger figure.

Author — Sachin Suryavanshi

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"The world has enough for everyone's needs, but not enough for everyone's greed. "- Gandhi

Author — S B

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Mr Thapper never surrender front of government, otherwise he would have best puppet of government.


Good job

Really you deserve a lot but unfortunately our society still growing.

Author — mohd haroon

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I think even to be a politician there should be recruiting body in the country like an IAS services has

Author — Pankaj Murmu

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SC=Supreme CORRUPT, HC=Highly CORRUPT. Please don't expect right judgment without money. CM=Corrupt Media

Author — Fun Video

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Mr. Karan Thapar is a real honest & brave Journalist has "tremendous potential” Indian sensible majority wait to watch & listen him.

Author — Aqeel Ahmed

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Gentleman is saying IAS is still very good while admitting 30% officers are corrupt. Imagine 30% of employees in an organisation being corrupt. The organisation will collapse within no time. Here they are still going strong and called "still very good". No wonder India is where it is.

Author — Surinder Kumar

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Great attempt, selection of questions and way of leading conversation to promote weak governments. Mrs gandhi is welfare oriented and Bajpai ji was RSS puppet.

Author — Shashikant Gupta

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IAS Kannan Gopinathan resigned from pressure THIS is reson country have not given that much power to IAS

Author — Dadra and Nagar Haveli

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both of them are unaware of the actual reasons; and, discussing things in a very casual way. society is not yet matured enough to listen, comprehend and accept the truth and reality behind such issues like corruption. those very few, who know the actual reason, may never blame politics, politician or government.

Author — Baiju

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I think data is reversed 75% corrupts and merely 25% are honest or may be these 25% are in progress of being corrupt.

Author — waseem zaidi

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Karan sir .... pls.do not vanish .... there should be at least few 'men standing' who can fearlessly take-on the power honchos

Author — D tab

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It's not jus IAS . It's really takes everything to be honest in government system be it peon or IAS.

Author — Dr. Garima Choudhary

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Mr. Saxena is denying his own statements given in his own book. Perhaps he is afraid of backlash.

Author — Imam Mubashiruddin