Blowing the Whistle

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Corruption has become a global malaise and for its eradication, “Whistle Blowing” laws have been enacted by U.K., U.S.A. and Australia. Corrupt practices violate human rights and basic freedom and affect the development of a Nation. This Article examines the definition of whistle blowing, discusses legislations protecting whistleblowers enacted by various countries and finally offering some suggestions regarding the proposed whistle blowing law in India in context of recent specific cases of whistle blowing exposing corruption.

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