Question: Which is India’s most secular religion?

You can’t quibble with Tata Tea for not trying. The Jaago Re campaign to get the consuming classes interested in elections caused but a ripple in the electoral cup, but that hasn’t stopped a new commercial against graft.

But is corruption a national issue, or is it our most secular religion, something which everybody in the land—rich and poor, young and old, men and women, urban and rural, vegetarian and non-vegetarian, Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Parsi—secretly but devoutly practices?

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81% NRIs have paid a bribe. Are you one of them?