1. Model for Restoration of Good Government 2. India-Vision and Reality 3. Faltering Governance 4. Elections and the Political Class 5. Judiciary: The Saving Grace 6. Fountainhead of Corruption 7. Black Money 8. Burning Issues 9. Jan Lok Pal Debate 10. Delhi Citizens Commission
Vinod Saighal's book compels attention for several reasons. To begin with the Model for Restoration of Good Government (MRGG), a universal model that he unveiled in October 1995 found resonance around the country and some parts of the world, including the United Nations. It was translated into several languages. There are other firsts in the book. The author has covered an amazingly large spectrum in pursuance of his single-minded quest for a better India. He brings to it a perspective that is original and refreshing. In fact, it is rare to find such broad spectrum analysis from a single source. Many of the formulations would appeal to audiences in countries facing similar decline in the functioning of their democracies.