$10 Billion Graft Revealed in Indian Jobs Program

April 5 (Bloomberg) -- Records for India’s $33 billion rural jobs program show local officials have used tactics such as ghost workers, fake projects and over-billing to steal about $10 billion of funds intended to help impoverished villages. Bloomberg's Baden Campbell reports. (Source: Bloomberg)

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