India has jumped three positions to 78 in the latest Global Corruption Index 2018 list released on Tuesday. India, which was ranked 81st in 2017, is ranked 78 in 2018, according to the latest Corruption Perception Index (CPI) released by the Transparency International. Denmark and New Zealand topped the 2018 index while Somalia, Syria and South Sudan were at the bottom respectively.
China, which was ranked 77 in 2017, dropped 10 positions and is ranked 87 in 2018. However, Pakistan, which was ranked 117 in 2017, is at the same position in 2018.