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Now new pattern in Indian politics ?

Now new pattern of voting is expected in Indian politics. In the states, Regional Parties  will be preferred while in the Lok Sabha election Modi would be favoured.



Vohra’s term extended

NN Vohra, Governor of J&K is going to continue. His term has been extended for three months from July.

(We  said this on May 30 and on June 20)






Good Riddance...

My old College friend who is a big time Carpet Businessman based in Srinagar drops in.... over Coffees and  Bourbon and Jim-Jam Biscuits we get chatting.

Me: So Mehbooba is no longer the CM..

Friend: High time... I think the day she insisted on filing a case against Maj.Gogoi...... BJP should  have given her ultimum not to file case and then withdrawn if she did!!

M: Seems she just kept asking for more...and more!!

F: Understand the Kashmiri psyche.. you hire a Shikara for the ammount a Shikara-waala has demanded.....say 600..... when you pay...he'll ask for 1000... saying he did a Tourist Guide's job too..... if this does not  work...he'll  try to sell you a sob story... if this does not work he'll beckon the other Shikara-waalas and try to bully you... and if outsiders could put up Shikaaras they'd drive them out by hook or crook.....this is exactly how the Kashmiri Neta's mind works ..

M: I'm  told Mehbooba tried bargaining using the Amarnath Yatra....

F: No sane CM would use it as a bargaining ploy.....

the ceasefire was unwarranted.... and should have been revoked the minute the Zealots continued with terror activities..

M: Seems there were informants in the Government that kept the terror  lot appraised of Police and Army Operations..

F: This explains how at the opportune moment Stone Pelting Protestors appeared...

M: Now its being projected that trigger happy Army will shoot Kashmiris LRC..

F: Foolish... Muscular Policy is responding to Terror activities....its defensive  proactiveness...

M: NC and Congress saying PDP and BJP alliance was an opportunistic alliance for power..

F: The feeling was this could either prove a boon for Kashmir or go horribly  wrong ....it would  have been  a boon had Mehbooba realised what is right is right and what is wrong is wrong.... her softness on terror lot proved to be the undoing of this Alliance...

M: So what do you expect in Guv's Rule...

F: Will prove to be good for Kashmiris...terror will be tackled muscularly....semblance of law and order will return which will be good for Business and Tourism...

M: Be it PDP or NC when they are out of power they are soft on Terror... then when they come to power they show some responsibility before  going back to their being  soft on terror...

F: BJP has done itself and Kashmir a favor by pulling out of this Alliance..

M: Now Army Officers will not be targeted for taking on terror.... tourists won't be attacked...Amarnath Yatra will go off smoothly... all because now the Terror lot won't get inside info... and they know the Government means business ...

F: I hear Kejri is back home calling this standoff a victory...

M: Did LG meet him...no.... was the Ration issue resolved...no.... Bureaucrats returned to work based on Kejri's indirect acceptance of manhandling of CS and assurance that such things will not take place in future.... so how did they win!!

F: Maybe in today's World to claim victory in loss is considered an art...

M: Maybe .... but the prerequisite is... person has to have a thick hide...0 self respect.....

F: Kejri's put on weight... maybe what we don't see he's  developed a rhino hide that makes him look bulky..

M: And the joke doing rounds is... Kejri ended the Dharna as his data pack expired and he couldn't tweet anymore...

We have a good laugh and I see my friend off at the door.

Disclaimer:  Satire  .  Not meant to influence, inform, insult or caste any aspersions. Purely for Entertainment purposes only. With inputs from MSM, SM  and Blogs



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Modi Down But Not Out
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity is going down with each passing day, they say. “Modi as PM has not been able to fulfill the aspirations of people and, thus, he should go”. But then Who is the PM material in the country ?
whispersinthecorridors.com asked its surfers - Is there a substitute for PM Narendra Modi in BJP or any other political party ? If so, who ? – and the majority said that the country is, at present, short of having a person of the stature of Modi.
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Who has been the most succesfull bureaucrat turned politician ?

Eyeing politics as a vibrant medium of serving the nation, several civil servants have in the past several years identified politics as more suitable career to serve the people. Given the fact that they found the political system much comfortable and active in order to bring about the desired change, it however remains to be seen that who among the bureaucrats (who turned politicians) have been most succesfull both in the state and at the Centre.

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Vikram Doraiswamy’s name in circulation as next Ambassador to Russian Federation

The name of Vikram K. Doraiswamy currently Indian Ambassador to South Korea is in circulation as a probable next Ambassador of India to Russian Federation. He is a 1992 batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer.

Empanelment of non-IAS officers to Secretary/Addl Secretary level on the anvil

The Government of India is considering the panels of officers for the empanelment to the Secretary and Additional Secretary level posts. The officers who are already empanelled as Additional Secretary will be considered for Secretary while Joint Secretary level officers for Additional Secretary.

B Sriram is also MD & CEO, IDBI Bank Ltd

B Sriram, MD State Bank of India, has been assigned an additional charge of MD & CEO, IDBI Bank Limited for a period of three months.

Nilimesh Baruah quits Indian Revenue Service-IT

Nilimesh Baruah has resigned from Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax cadre with effect from July 10, 2018. He is presently CCIT and holding charge of PrDGIT (HRD), CBDT New Delhi.

IRS (IT) officer Avinash Mishra gets Voluntary retirement

Voluntary retirement request of Avinash Mishra, IRS(IT), 1991 batch, CIT(Audit), Kolkata, has been accepted w.e.f. June 25, 2018. Her is presently doing Advanced Management Programme at IIM Bangalore.

Mrs Madhavi Latha quits Indian Revenue Service-IT

Mrs S Madhavi Latha has resigned from Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax cadre with effect from July 9, 2018. She is presently ACIT, Hyderabad.

Dr Sadanand Date appointed as SP, CBI

Dr Sadanand Date has been inducted into Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to the post of Superintendent of Police. He is a 2007 batch IPS officer of Uttarakhand cadre.

B V R Subrahamanyam appointed as Chief Secretary, J&K

B V R Subrahamanyam has been appointed as Chief Secretary of Jammu & Kashmir upon his inter-cadre deputation from Chhattisgarh. He is a 1987 batch IAS officer.

(We broke this news first yesterday morning)


New Karnataka Government seeks extension of Chief Secretary

New Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy  has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking three months  extension in service to Chief Secretary K Ratna Prabha  beginning July 1. 1981 batch IAS officer Ratna Prabaha is already on three months extension.

B V Vyas appointed as Advisor to Governor, J&K

B B Vyas, Chief Secretary of Jammu & Kashmir, has been appointed as Advisor to the Governor of Jammu & Kashmir. He is 1986 batch IAS officer.

Vijay Kumar appointed as Advisor to Governor, J&K

Retired IPS officer, Vijay Kumar, presently serving as Senior Security Advisor, MHA, has been appointed as Advisor to the Governor. He is former 1975 batch IPS officer of TamilNadu cadre.

Arun Kumar Shukla selected as Director (Op) HCL

Arun Kumar Shukla, ED, NMDC Ltd, has been selected for the post of Director (Operations), Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on June 20, 2018. As many as five persons were interviewed for the same.

ACC yet to approve appointment of Ghosh as Director (P), BVFCL

Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) is yet to approve appointment of Ashim Kumar Ghosh, GM, BVFCL, as Director (Production), Brahmaputra Valley Fertilizer Corporation Limited (BVFCL).

J&K likely to see major shake up

In J & K, major bureaucratic shake up is on the cards. Some officers are likely to be sent from Centre.

Ms Anjali Ellis Shanker gets premature repatriation

Ms Anjali Ellis Shanker, Asst DG, UIDAI, Bengaluru, has been given premature repatriation to her parent cadre. She is a 1998 batch IDAS officer.

Amitabh Jain is also Principal Secretary, Home in Chhattisgarh

Amitabh Jain has been assigned additional charge of Principal Secretary, Home, Jail and Transport and Transport Commissioner in Chhattisgarh. He is a 1989 batch IAS officer of Chhattisgarh cadre. Jain would succeed B V R Subrahmanyam.

5 officers eligible for Central Command, Army Commander's post when Lt Gen B S Negi retires

There would be at least five senior-most eligible officers in line to occupy the Army Commander’s post in Central Command when Lt Gen B S Negi retires on September 30, 2018. They are- Lt Gen SK Saini,  Lt Gen JS Negi, Lt Gen IS Ghuman , Lt Gen S K Upadhyaya and Lt Gen YVK Mohan .

Legacy issues hindering AI disinvestment

Why nobody is interested to purchase Air India (AI)? Govt says reasons are legacy issues which are many folds. But good news is that operational profit has increased.

Will Alok Pandey return to Gujarat ?

Alok Pandey, 2006 batch Gujarat cadre IAS officer, who is currently on deputation to UP is expected to return to the parent cadre.

Panigrahy relieved from Prasar Bharti

Asok Kumar Panigrahy, Sr, Protocol Officer at Prasar Bharti Secretariat, has been relieved on Tuesday for NMDC Limited , Hyderabad. He was on deputation.

Col Shad posted in DG, AIR office

Col Vijay Kumar Shad has been appointed as DDG (Administration) in DG, AOR office.

Vimla Vikram repatriated

Ms. Vimla Vikram , who was DDA in DG, AIR office, has been repatriated prematurely to her parent DoPT.

Cadre Review Submission schedule announced

Long awaited cadre review submission schedule has been announced by DoPT. In July, cadre review proposal of three services, DRDS, Survey of India Group-A and Indian Metrological Service can be submitted. In August, cadre review of eight services- ITBP, IFS, IRMS,CHS, CWES and Medical Cadre of BSF, CRPF, ITBP to be submitted.

Let Non Exec Dirs. of PSBs perform role of Independent Dirs.: BBB

The Banks Board Bureau (BBB) in its March 2018 report has mentioned that Non-executive Directors nominated or appointed by the Government on Public Sector Bank (PSB) Boards may not fulfill the criteria of Independent Directors. Nevertheless, these Non-executive directors be empowered to perform the role of Independent Directors.

Annual intake of IFS officers in MEA averaging at 8-15 persons

Intake of Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officers has averaged between 8-15 persons in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) annually during the past few years.

Pipersenia to be Advisor to Assam CM ?

Grapevine has it that former Assam Chief Secretary V K Pipersenia is being appointed Advisor to the Assam Chief Minister. He is 1980 batch IAS officer.

Neeraj K Dohare appointed CMM, KRCL, Navi Mumbai

Neeraj Kumar Dohare, CMM, Northern Railway, has been appointed as Chief Material Manager, Konkan Railway Corporation Limited (KRCL), Navi Mumbai. He is an IRSS officer.

Two IRSME officers transferred to RDSO

H K Raghu, MCF, Raebareli, has been transferred as ED, RDSO while Prabhat Ranjan Shukla, MCF, Raebareli, has been posted in Carriage, Directorate of RDSO, Lucknow. Both are IRSME officers.

Manish Bhimte posted to Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala

On repatriation from deputation from Mineral Exploration Corporation Limited, Nagpur, Manish Bhimte has been posted to Rail Coach Factory, Kapurthala. He is an IRSME officer

Mrs. Urvilla Khati posted as CPO (Const.), Northern Railway

On return from deputation to Ministry of Steel, Mrs. Urvilla Khati has been posted as CPO(Const.), Northern Railway. He is an IRPS officer.

P C Dudi transferred to North Central Railway

P C Dudi has been transferred to North Central Railway. He is an IRTS officer.

P K Safi transferred to Northeast Frontier Railway

P K Safi has been transferred from East Central Railway to Northeast Frontier Railway. He is an IRSS officer.

Two IRSME officers transferred

Rajesh Awasthi has been posted as CSO, North Eastern Railway and Rajesh Kumar is transferred to East Central Railway. They are IRSME officers.

WCD bat for POSCO laws for text books

Ministry of Women and Child Development(WCD) wants that  POSCO related laws should be publish on front and back of all the text books to increase awareness among children. WCD has taken up this  issue  with MHRD .

IAS reshuffle in Punjab on cards

Bureaucratic  reshuffle in Punjab is likely soon presumably on return of Suresh Kumar after June 24.

15 IRS officers given NFU

As many as 15 IRS (C&CE) officers of various batches has been granted NFU on ad-hoc basis. They are - Lalaiah Dhandem, 1991 batch, V K Singh,1993,Anil Mishra,1993, Rajan Chaudhary, 1994, P A Thakur, 1995, Ajay Kuma Pandey, 1995,Virendra Kumar, 1995, Sanjay Sharan, 1996, P. Mutthuswamy,1996, Navneet, 1996,Md Ali,1996,S M Akhtar, 1996, D S Negi, 1996, S S Mahli, 1996 and D.Anil 1996 batch.

Wanted; Director for CHTI

The post of Director for Central Hindi Training Institute(CHTI)New Delhi, a suordinate office of the Dipartment of Official Language, is vacant. Those want to apply can access MHA website.

Three IPS officers transferred to Arunachal Pradesh

Three IPS officers: Dr Sagar Preet Hooda, Ankit Kumar Singh and Jimmy Cheram have been appointed to Arunachal Pradesh in joint cadre of AGMUT.

Three IPS officers transferred to Mizoram

Three IPS officers: M N Tiwari, R Sathiyasundram and Monika Bhardwaj have been transferred to Mizoram in joint cadre of AGMUT.

Two IPS officers shifted to Goa

Two IPS officers: Kime Kanning and Parmaditya have been transferred to Goa in joint cadre of AGMUT.

Three IPS officers transferred to A&NI

Three IPS officers: Vijay Singh, Jatin narwal and Vichitra Veer have been transferred to A&NI in joint cadre of AGMUT.

Shibesh Singh posted to Lakshadweep

Shibesh Singh has been transferred from DCP, Dwarka district to Lakshadweep. He is a 2005 batch IPS officer of AGMUT cadre.

Two IPS officers shifted to DD&DNH

Two IPS officers: Vikramjit Singh and V Swami Hareshwar have been transferred to DD& DNH in joint cadre of AGMUT cadre.

Dr Rath Organizes All India CSR MDP at IMI New Delhi

An All India Management Development Program on Building Corporate Strategy for Effective CSR commenced in campus of International Management Institute ,New Delhi on June 20,2018. This three day training program ( 20 -22 June 2018) is being attended by 27 senior executives from 13 blue chip companies, including ONGC, SAIL, MMTC, SECL, CCL, NALCO, Mazgaon Dock Ltd, NMDC, Neyvelli Lignite, Roop Automotive Ltd ,Sutlej Jal Vidyut Nigam, Tehri Hydro Development Corporation and Toyota  Motors. The progr am will help companies in building knowledge and skills of the executives in developing  their capacity for better planning and implementation of CSR projects to create social impact. The program is being organised under the leadership of Prof Arun K Rath, Chairman, Centre of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility , International Management Institute, Bhubaneswar as the Program Director. Prof Rath belongs to 1973 batch IAS ( Jharkhand), and is former Secretary, Ministry of HRD Govt of India.

T Armstrong Changsan to be next Ambassador to Republic of Iceland

T. Armstrong Changsan , presently posted as Consul General, Consulate General of India, Osaka-Kobe has been appointed as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Iceland. He is an Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer of 1997 batch.

Hasan appointed Spl CP, Traffic in Delhi

Taj Hasan, who was awaiting his poting, has been appointed as Spl CP, Traffic in Delhi Police. He is a 1987 batch IPS officer.

Krishna to head Vigilance cell in Delhi Police

R S Krishna, a 1989 batch  IPS officer will be new Head of Vigilance & Licencing Cell in Delhi Police.

Singh is shifted to Hq, in Delhi Police

 Sanjay Singh has been shifted from Armed Police to PHq,& Recruitment Delhi Police as Spl CP. He is a 1990 batch IPS officer.

Upadhyay goes to South Zone in Delhi Police

R P Upadhyay , Spl CP, has been posted in the South Zone of Delhi Police to see Law and Order. He is a 1991 batch IPS officer.

Golcha move to Crime branch in Delhi Police

Satish Golcha , a 1992 batch IPS officer, has been posted as Spl CP, Crime in Delhi Poiice.

Manoj Kumar Shrivastava becomes Additional Chief Secretary in MP

Manoj Kuamr Shrivastava has been promoted to the grade of Additional Chief Secretary in Madhya Pradesh. He is a 1987 batch IAS officer of MP cadre.

BEL celebrates International Day Yoga Day

More than 1,800 employees, trainees and volunteers of BEL joined in front of the Bangalore complex to celebrate the spirit of International Yoga Day 2018 at the crack of dawn today. Donning special blue T-shirts which were distributed on the occasion, employees and senior officers enthusiastically participated in the mega event performing various Yogasanas and doing Pranayama along with the Chairman & Managing Director Gowtama M V, Nataraj Krishnappa, Director (Other Units) and Koshy Alexander, Director (Finance). The participants were guided by qualified Yoga practitioners of the Company. Gowtama M V, CMD, in his inaugural speech emphasised the importance of practicing Yoga in daily life, pointing out that a “healthy employee contributes to the prosperity of the Company as well as and the nation”. The programme was organised as per the directives of the Ayush Manthralaya, Government of India, under the supervision of Shivakumaran K M, GM (HR)/BEL-Bangalore. The Corporate Office of BEL at Bengaluru celebrated the day with a 2-hour Yoga session conducted by the Art of Living Foundation.

2016 batch IAS Probationers posted as Assistant Secretaries in GoI
As many as 176 IAS Probationers of 2016 batch have been appointed as Assistant Secretaries to various Ministries and Departments of Government of India upon completion of phase-II training at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie for 13 weeks from July 2, 2018. 
CMD of Bank of Maharashtra arrested

The Economic Offences Wing (EOW) has arrested Ravindra P. Marathe, the Chairman and Managing Director of Bank of Maharashtra in a fraud case.

M K Jain to take charge as RBI Dy Gov. on June 22 !

M K Jain, MD & CEO of IDBI Bank, is likely to take charge as RBI Deputy Governor from June 22, 2018.

ICICI Bank Board may choose an insider for MD & CEO post

ICICI Bank Board may choose an insider for MD & CEO post . The ICICI Bank Board is expected to hold its next Board meeting on June 27.

Many Independent Directors of pvt banks wary of joining PSB Boards

Many Independent Directors of private banks now becoming wary of joining Boards of Public Sector Banks (PSBs) .

Rajasekaran quits as Non-Exec Dir of Karur Vysya Bank

G Rajasekaran has quit as Non-Executive Non-Independent Director of Karur Vysya Bank Ltd .


Ms Gupta is CS of Urja Global

Urja Global Limited has appointed Ms Kirti Gupta as Company Secretary of the company.

Choubey quits as CS of Adhunik Metaliks

Pankaj Kumar Choubey has quit as Company Secretary of Adhunik Metaliks.

Sambrekar is CFO of Bemco Hydraulics

Bemco Hydraulics Ltd has appointed Vijay Sambrekar as Chief Financial Officer of the company w.e.f. July 1, 2018.


Debate (1)

“Successful” bureaucrats turning into politicians ! Number would be legion, if, Indian states and UTs  are counted. The serving bureaucrats cannot be successful without political blessings. And, there is a price for it. Thumb rule is : You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours. The serving bureaucrats get paid for politicking . Good implementers of illegal  decisions. Politically ambitious creatures. All at cost of silent majority of honest civil servants. They are rewarded, after retirement, with gubernatorial assignments, nomination into Rajya sabha, UPSC membership, Election commissioners, CAT memberships, CIC and other sinecures. Some fools join political parties after retirement. I need not spell out their details.

Coming to specifics, N K Singh, N N Vohra, K K Paul are the prominent ones. All experts in keeping successive ruling dispensations on the right side. Reasons for their initial appointments and successive extensions, are matters of discussion in bureaucratic circles. Names of hundreds other pseudo-intellectuals are withheld due to space constraints. Moreover, it will result in unsavoury controversies. NDA has been as brutal as the UPA. No improvement. Utter misuse of discretionary powers by political masters.

A K Saxena (A former civil servant)


No need to worry about lateral entry

There is no need to feel aghast at the notice issued by the Department of Personnel & Training relating to lateral entry. This is based on the accepted recommendations of second administrative reforms commission contained in its 10th report titled' Personnel Administration". The NDA government is not responsible for it. The UPA Government had set up the second administrative reforms commission. What is wrong in thinking about profitability. So far the existing bureaucrats have carrying on their shoulder losses, delays and feudalism. In United States of America the collectors/commissioners are recruited from the market.



Notification on lateral entry, shocking

I am shocked to see the notification on lateral entry. How can a private or Public Sector can fit into the system which works on the principle "maximum people, maximum benefit or general welfare of society. The executives know only one language "profitability" also they will have no loyality to the system rather will be more loyal to the industry they will come from. Instead people with Minimum Ph. D. and a book or some papers to their credit, having experience as academicians or NGOs etc be taken provided they are real experts in their field for which they are being selected. The screening of IB/Police/CID etc be also done in each case. Initially appointment be for 2 years, if delivers or proves worth the tenure be extended on 2 years basis with promotion every six years.

Harish Kumar


Look at the genesis of the problem

This refers to comments by one of your readers (arti khosla) which seeks to lay blame on every one whether they are party to the deadlock or not.

It is necessary to look at the genesis of the problem which arose because of an unprecedented assault on the top bureaucrat in the govt. by supporters of the CM. This strikes at the root of functioning of govt. The bureaucrats are naturally not only agitated but also afraid how to deal with the ministers on day-to-day basis. It is simply not enough to say that case has been registered. This is a matter which pertains more to relationships between ministers and officers. The responsibility rests with CM and CM alone to meet the officers' representatives on his own and assure them of due dignity and proper treatment.

Neither the LG nor CG govt. can get involved to solve a problem created by the CM, nor can they be blamed.

Rest is all motivated propaganda by the party in power.

A  K Singh

Data with RTI

Unpreparedness of the Respondent

The Appellant sought information regarding the decision of the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi in a particular case wherein a direction for issuing detailed set of instructions in consultation with CBEC regarding the detention of imported goods was made. In the light of the unpreparedness exhibited by the Respondent present at the hearing, the Commission was compelled to postpone the hearing by four weeks. The CIC directed to issue notice to the CPIO Import. Further, the Chief Commissioner of Customs, Delhi Zone was instructed to revisit the provisions of the RTI Act in his jurisdiction and issue directives to all the concerned officials to sincerely look at the preamble of the RTI Act 2005 and its various provisions for the ease and convenience of the information seekers. The Commission also instructs the Respondent Public Authority to convene periodic conferences/seminars to sensitize, familiarize and educate the concerned officials about the relevant provisions of the RTI Act, 2005 for effective discharge of its duties and responsibilities.


In view of a large number of appeals coming up for hearing where the PIO has failed to perform his duty or seems unaware of the provisions of Act, the CIC has passed strictures and has directed to convene trainings for the officers.

Citation: Mr. R.K. Jain v. The Commissioner of Customs, New Delhi in Appeal No.:-CIC/CCCDZ/A/2017/101575-BJ-Interim, Date of Decision: 07.03.2018

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is the co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION – LAW AND PRACTICand PIO’s guide to RTI. Her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at - http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/


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