I agree with Divakarssathya. While the zero rupee note is an interesting idea, what real tangible impact it will have is questionable. It's not like we're unaware of the corruption that plagues this country, and most officials brazenly abuse their power- even if they might give it some seemingly harmless (borderline warm fuzzy) name (chai-paani). That one can appeal or wake their conscience with a zero rupee note does make for a good story and an interesting read. However, as pointed out in the comment above, the RTI Act is the way to go. The more Indians are aware of this Act the more effectively it can be used and the more realistic our hopes towards a system that is rid of corruption. @divakarssathya I just went through your blog. It is a brave attempt. Please don't give up. May you see success soon.