How to be free from a cocoon in a cocoons of corruption
A cocoon of corruption is a condition that prevents a person from doing what is right and good for others, according to a new book by Indian author Shri Raman Singh.
In the book, titled The Corruption of Our Times: A Guide for a Free India, Raman explores the role of corruption in modern India and how India can overcome it.
The book will be released on April 10 by Penguin Random House India, the publisher of The Times of India and other print and online titles.
“Cocoons are not just for corrupt people,” Raman told The Times Of India.
“Cocoon is the expression of a condition for being free from corruption.”
According to the book:In an era of rampant corruption, a coconuts is a state of complete ignorance and hypocrisy.
There is a constant flow of information that is manipulated, distorted, manipulated, manipulated to a point where there is a complete lack of understanding.
In a coco, you do not have to be an expert to see the truth.
The author says that in this context, we are living in a time of crisis and a time when the country is in the throes of an economic crisis, with many people feeling helpless and disempowered.
This is a time for us to understand and take responsibility for our actions, he said.
“When the country faces a crisis, the most important thing we can do is be aware of the situation.
We have to think of ourselves, not as a collective but as individuals.
And then we have to take action and be a voice for the country,” Ramam said.
He further said that in a world of chaos, there is no place for hypocrisy, a word which is not used in the country’s political lexicon.
“There is no such word in the Indian lexicon, so it is a shame that the country has lost its sense of moral standards.
The government should be focusing on the real issues and not being a part of the political debates,” he said, adding that the time has come for the nation to put the past behind it and move forward.
Raman was born in the city of Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala in 1956.
He is a retired professor and retired Indian Navy officer.