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Any business has to regularly interact with various agencies of the state. The roadside paan vendor cannot wish away his weekly transactions with the beat cop; a factory owner must have regular exchanges with various inspectors; and a large infrastructure provider has to frequently interact with government offices, ministers and senior officials. Through myriad laws, rules and procedures, the state creates for

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