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This is History (721)

We lost because we told ourselves we lost.

 

 

 

 

 

 

No taker for Rane ?

It seems stars are not in favour of Narain Rane, a senior Congress leader in Maharashtra. According to observers Rane himself is responsible for such state of affairs. Now no party is ready to take him. Congress has also sidelined him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MLA's list is being probed ?

An agency, if sources are to be believed, is probing the validity of an alleged list which was said to be given by an MLA to ITD. List reportedly contains the names of many leaders of different parties.

 

 

 

Muslims miss leader like late Qamar Kazmi in today’s scenario ?

Muslim Majlis, founded by Dr. Abdul Jaleel Faridi in 1968, was once one of the most favorite party of Muslims. Qamar Alam Kazmi became it’s most influential President in 1990. He was the only Muslim leader in India under whose leadership Muslim Community looked united for a decade. Unfortunately his health deteriorated and he died at a very young age. Since then Muslims could not get any leader who could win their trust.  Muslims, community insiders say, want someone like Late Kazmi to lead them.

 

 

 

Huge repayments done

My Stock Broker Friend invites me for Lunch at a Dalal Street South Indian Eatery ...over Upmas, Dosas and Filter Coffees we get chatting .

Friend: Dekha yahaa Congi Media ne ...growth ...jobs  .. education uttaya...and there in US RaGa too chose to bring up these issues...

Me: Ha..ha... Congress is badly afflicted with joblessness as it is ........most Congis are Velas  today.... 60+ years Congress ran our education system into the ground ...made us a Meritless Nation....allowed Commies to fiddle with NCERT Books and bring in  Commie ethos...Nehru kick started ills in our Economy via his Socialist approach...

....yes growth is a Temporary hiccup!!

F: Congress says unorganized Sector hit badly post Demo and GST.. .I have a funda... as the current inflation is not supply created...this means the demand is there ... usually when Growth falls inflation falls too...so people are spending ...and bulk of India's spending comes from Agri and Unorganized Sectors..... so actually unorganized and agri sectors not doing badly...this year there's been a turnaround in Agri... Growth as expected has dropped...but this was expected as a temporary glitch....will pick up by year end..green shoots of Demo and GST benefits already showing up....World Bank yes GET in India as a Techtonic Shift...

M: And some Economists have just one way to kick start Economy ...... reduce interest rates... there are other more effective ways .... like MSME Sector can do wonders ... inflation should be kept in check...Agri too should be ticking ... and rather than interest rates take steps on NPAs...we sure have a pathetic record...

F: Banks are now stuck between the past and new environment of accountability .. in old days ...orders came from Delhi ...loans were disbursed.... cover-ups done ...  Balance Sheets were window dressed and all were happy.....

M: Fuel ...if Government reduces prices .... inflation will fall.. .. but here again previous UPA Government's acts causing problems..few may even ask what Modi Government is doing with Rs 12.46/litre (Centre's share after parting with Rs. 9/ litre from its share for States over and above what States get Via VAT)? The answer is simple; yet again the reason for this is Congress. Yes, it is due to the failure of policies of UPA when it was in power. India hugely depends on Iran for fuel and it purchases nearly 5 lakh barrels every day from Iran. Due to this, the debt alone was close to a mammoth $ 6.5 Billion... India repaid a mammoth  $ 6.5 Billion... India repaid the $ Bonds that Rockstar Rajan floated....

F: But you too are a votary for Excise being reduced!!

M: Well to some extent .... Government says the high price of Fuel has made offtake fall.... would it kindly evaluate what is the Government's contribution..because I can bet Government offtake has risen....we pay for Government's reckless usage of Fuels....

F: So RaGa is trying to make his presence felt ..choregraphed interactions ...if the question is 'from the syllabus' and he's prepared for it he answers...if it's 'from out of the syllabus ' he glosses over with ample usage of his dimples!!

M: Fact of the matter is his US trip is of no consequence ...its we Indians back home who have to vote...and here Pappu fail ho chukka hai... very badly!!!

Disclaimer:  Satire. Not meant to influence,  inform, insult or cast any aspersions.  With inputs from MSM, SM and Blogs

VJS

Who will be new DG of IICA ?

Who will be new Director General and CEO of the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA), a think tank that comes under the Corporate Affairs Ministry ? Names of outgoing Banking Secretary Anjuly Chib Duggal and Tapan Ray are already in circulation. 1982 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre Tapan Ray is superannuating by this month end.

Will UPSC Member resign or be sacked ?

One investigating agency is set to file a chargesheet against a Member of UPSC. If sources are to be believed, he will be sacked after the filing of charge sheet but some other sources says that he could resign before that.

Two CBI JDs to be repatriated

R S Bhatti and Manish Sinha are likely to be repatriated to their cadres. According to sources, both are JDs in CBI and their extension request has been denied. Bhatti is an IPS officer of Bihar cadre and Sinha belongs to J&k cadre.

Will Dwivedi be appointed Advisor ?

Rumours are rife that Avanish Dwivedi, Asst Director, ED is   being appointed Advisor in ED. He is scheduled to retire in October. If sources are to be believed, a proposal has been sent to the Competent Authority in this regard.

Gogia to stay with ED till Jan 23

Anuj Gogia is going to stay with ED. His loan period with ED has been extended till January 23, 2018 or until further orders. He is a 1992 batch IRS (C&CE) officer.

Loan period of Singh extended in ED

 Loan period of Y P Singh with ED has been further extended to six more months i.e. January 31. 2018. He is a 1991 batch IRS(C&CE) officer.

Gavai is holding PS charge

Ashish V. Gavai, Director, in the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has been given additional charge of PS to Ashwini Chaube, MoS, H&FW. He is a 2000 batch CSS officer.

Janki is given additional PS charge

M. Janki is being given additional charge of PS to H S Puri, MoS, Housing and Urban Development. She is AP cadre IAS officer and presently posted as Director in the Ministry.

Will new CMD of ONGC get one year term ?

Grapevine has it that Shashi Shankar is likely to get one year term as CMD, ONGC instead of five years as recommended by the PESB. It is said that Ministry of P & NG has sent a proposal for ACC approval.

Will Saraf head Regulatory Board ?

Dinesh Saraf, CMD, ONGC is likely to be appointed Chairman, Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGB). Saraf is scheduled to retire on  September 30.

GoI to issue advertisement for CMD, BRC ?

The Government of India will re-issue advertisement for the post of Chairman and Managing Director, Bridge & Roof Company (India) Limited (BRC) or depute a person to the post ? However, PESB held interviews on May 15, 2017, but no suitable candidate was found for the post.

Why GoI fails to appointment full-time CMD, PDIL ?

Why is the Government of India delaying the appointment of new Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Project & Development India Limited (PDIL) in spite of vacancy for a long time?

Armed Forces PSU absorbees entitled for revised pension

The Armed Forces PSU absorbees whose full pension is restored would also be entitled for revision of their pension in accordance with the instructions issued from time to time in implementation of the recommendations of the Pay Commissions, including 7th Central Pay Commission.

Productivity Linked Bonus for Rly employees approved

The Union Cabinet has given its approval to pay Productivity Linked Bonus (PLB) equivalent to 78 days wages to eligible non-gazetted Railway employees (excluding RPF/RPSF personnel) for the financial year 2016-17. About 12.30 lakh non-gazetted Railway employees are likely to benefit from the decision. This payment will be made before Dussehra/Puja holidays.

Rohit Kansal is also CEO ERA J&K

Rohit Kansal, IAS, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir will also hold charge of the post of Chief Executive Officer, Economic Reconstruction Agency (ERA), Jammu and Kashmir in addition to his own duties.

Ms Narmadha appointed as Director (IT), International Centre for Info Systems, Audit

Ms Narmadha R, Director (CDMA), has been transferred and posted as Director (Research/IT Audit), International Centre for Information Systems and Audit, NOIDA. She is a 2008 batch IA&AS officer.

22 IAS officers from Punjab yet to file IPRs

As many as 22 IAS officers from Punjab cadre have not filed their immovable property returns (IPRs) for the year 2016.

OBC appoints three new shareholder Directors

Desh Deepak Khetrapal, Madan Mohan Lal Verma and Ashok Kumar Sharma have been appointed as Shareholder Directors of Oriental Bank of Commerce (OBC) for a period of three years. They will assume office on September 30, 2017.

63 tons of garbage removed from Siachin

Siachen, the highest battlefield in the world, is a place where everything is ferried from the hinterland. Since October 2014, when Swachch Bharat Abhiyan commenced, Siachen troops have removed and sent back more than 63 tons of garbage to the Base. These loads of garbage include packing material, barrels and perishables.

Chaudhary appointed SP, Bijnor

Prabhakar Chaudhary has been appointed new SP of Bijnor in UP. He is a 2010 batch IPS officer. He was SP, ATS, Lucknow. 

Jaideep Mazumdar is also Ambassador to Palau

Jaideep Mazumdar, presently Ambassador of India to the Republic of the Philippines, has been concurrently accredited as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Palau, with residence in Manila (Philippines).  He is a 1989 batch IFS officer. 

NBCC registers a substantial 23% growth in FY 2016-17

NBCC, the state owned Navratna Enterprise, under the Ministry of Housing & Urban Affairs (HUA), Govt. of India, has registered approximately 23% Growth in FY 2016-17 as compared to the previous year. The Annual Financial Results for FY 2016-17, announced on 18th Sept. 2017, shows the Company posting a net Profit of Rs.355 Crores while its total Income has surged to Rs.6400 crore. Speaking to the Media on the occasion subsequently, Dr. Anoop Kumar Mittal, Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the Company said that the Company had been consistently performing well and informed that the Order Book position of the Company as of now, stood at around Rs.75000 crore and was likely to touch the figure of approximately 1 Lakh Crore in next few months.  Elaborating upon the business outlook, Dr. Mittal stated that the Company’s focus areas in the coming years would primarily be PMC based Redevelopment works. He said that NBCC already had huge work orders from the Government in respect of the redevelopment of properties which included Rs.5000 Crores East Kidwai Nagar Redevelopment which is nearing completion; Rs.2149 Crores Integrated Exhibition-cum-Convention Centre for ITPO; AIIMS Redevelopment Works of Rs.5828 Crores etc. In this context, he also shared details on recently secured huge works of redevelopment of Govt. properties valuing approximately Rs.25000 Crore located at Netaji Nagar, Sarojini Nagar and Nauraji Nagar in Delhi. DR. Mittal in this regard, added that this Nauroji Nagar Commercial Hub shall be named World Trade Centre, New Delhi, as NBCC has got the License from WTC New York recently. Giving an account of the Company’s latest strategic moves in business operations, Dr. Mittal spoke of NBCC’s recent acquiring of HSCL, a Central PSU under the Ministry of Steel, setting up of two more new subsidiaries, one NBCC International Ltd. to aggressively go for enhancing overseas stake and the other NBCC Environment Engineering Ltd. to pursue the cause of sustainability and environment.  Dr. Mittal also informed the media that the Company had recently gone for stock split of each equity share of face value of Rs.10/- each into 5 equity shares of face value of Rs.2/- to make Company script more affordable for the common investors. In this regard, he also said that NBCC had paid interim dividend of 53 paisa per equity share of Rs.2/-  each (i.e. 26.5%)  and recommended final dividend of Rs.1.10/- per share (i.e. 55%). 

Major reshuffle of IPS officers in UP

As many as 29 IPS officers have been transferred and posted to different places in Uttar Pradesh. Accordingly, Prabhakar Chaudhary has been appointed as SP, Bijnore while Atul Sharma was made SP, EOW, Meerut and Amit Pathak is SSP, Agra. Similarly, Dinesh Chandra Dubey has been apointed as Assistant IG, PAC, PHQ, Lucknow; Dayanand Mishra as SP, Food Cell, Lucknow; MOhit Gupta as SP, Fatehgarh; Jugal Kishore as SP, Behraich; Sunil Kumar Saxena as SP, PHq, Lucknow; Ms Shriparna Ganguli as SP, Fatehpur; Kavindra Pratap Singh as Commandant, 4th Bt PAC, Allahabad; Rakesh Shankar as SP, Deoria; Rajiv Malhotra as SP, Anti-corruption, Lucknow; K K Chaudhary as SP, Jaunpur; Shailesh Pandey as SP, Security; Jay Prakash as SP, Bagpat; D Pradeep Kumar as SP, Public Grievances, Phq; Ajay Kumar Commandant 8th bt PaC, Bareilly; Dr Manoj Kumar as SP, Ferozabad; Satyendra Kumar as SP, EOW, Varanasi; Dharmavir Singh as SP, Siddharthnagar; Abhishek Singh as SSP, STF, Lucknow; Lalit Kumar Singh as SP, Mau; Abhishek Yadav as SP, Railway Gorakhpur; N Kolanchi as SP, Mahoba; Anish Ahmed Ansari as Commandant 38bt PAC, Aligarh; Mrs Sujata Singh as Commandant, 44th Bt PAC, Meerut; Subash Chandra Dubey as SP, Railway, Moradabad; Vinod Kumar Singh as Commandant, SDRF, Lucknow and Ajay Shankar Rai was made Commandant 2nd Bt PAC, Sitapur. 

S K Barua selected as MD, NRL

Saumendra Kumar Barua, Director (Finance), NRL, has been selected for the post of Managing Director, Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting. As many as seven persons were interviewed for the same.

Ms Vani Sarraju Rao accredited as Ambassador to Republic of Estonia

Ms Vani Sarraju Rao, presently Ambassador of India to Finland, has been concurrently accredited as the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Estonia, with residence in Helsinki (Finland). She is a 1994 batch IFS officer.

Subir Dasgupta is Registrar, Home & Hill Affairs Dept.

Subir Kumar Dasgupta has been appointed as Registrar, Home and Hill Affairs Department, Govt of West Bengal.

Tenure of Dy. MD Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers to be extended

The contractual tenure of A Velliangiri as Deputy Managing Director of Tamil Nadu Newsprint & Papers Ltd—a Government of Tamil Nadu Undertaking is being extended.

Pratip Banerjee is Jt. Secy. Irrigation & Waterways Dept., West Bengal

Pratip Kumar Banerjee, Deputy Secretary, Home and Hill Affairs Department, Government of West Bengal has been appointed as Joint Secretary, Irrigation & Waterways  Department, West Bengal.

Union Bank's GM (HR) R R Mohanty adjudged India's Best HR Leader in PSUs

R R Mohanty, General Manager (HR), Union Bank of India, has been adjudged India's Best HR Leader in PSUs. He has a vast experience of over 32 years in the Bank with expertise in Human Resource Development. He has headed the HR departments of various Regional and Zonal offices of  the Bank like Bhubaneshwar, Kolkata, Lucknow and Bangalore. Under the leadership of  Mohanty, the Bank has bagged many prestigious HR awards.

Virinder Singh sworn as Lok Pal, PSERC

Virinder Singh, ex Member PSERC, has been sworn in as Lok Pal ( Ombudsman) Electricity Punjab by Kusumjit Sidhu, Chairperson Punjab State Electricity Regulatory Commission (PSERC).

Tenure of K B Jagtap as Regional Director, SSC, Mumbai extended

The tenure of K B Jagtap as Regional Director, Staff Selection Commission (WR), Mumbai has been extended for a period of three months upto December 20, 2017. He is a 1998 batch CPES officer.

Mrs Roshni Sohni appointed as Director, NPPA

Mrs Roshni Sohni, Director, National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA), has been given premature repatriation to her parent cadre. She is a 1990 batch ITS officer.

Vijay Vishwas Pant gets premature repatriation

Vijay Vishwas Pant, Private Secretary to former Minister Kalraj Mishra has been given premature repatriation to his parent cadre. He is a 2004 batch IAS officer of UP cadre.

CBI arrests retired Judge of Orissa HC
The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) has arrested a retired Judge of High Court of Orissa in an on-going investigation of case.
Three IAS officers shifted in Maharashtra

Debashish Chakraborty, Managing Director, Shivshahi Punrvasan Project, Mumbai has been posted as Principal Secretary and Development Commissioner, Planning Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai while Atul Patne, Chief Executive Officer, Maharashtra Maritime Board, Mumbai was made as Managing Director, Shivshahi Punrvasan Project, Mumbai and Vikram Kumar, Joint Chief Executive Officer, MIDC, Mumbai, is made Chief Executive Officer, Maharashtra Maritime Board, Mumbai in Maharashtra. 

S K Gulati is CMD, Haryana Minerals Ltd

S K Gulati, Additional Chief Secretary, Fisheries Department, Govt of Haryana has been appointed as CMD of Haryana Minerals Ltd, New Delhi. He is an IAS officer of 1984 batch. 

Sharma is Independent Director, Magnum Ventures

Magnum Ventures Limited has appointed Krishan Gopal Sharma as Independent Director of the company .

Hajarnavis is Independent Director of Sundram Fasteners

Sundram Fasteners Limited has appointed Heramb R Hajarnavis as Non-Executive Independent Director ofthe company .

Kedia quits as Independent Director of Khaitan (India) Ltd

Arun Kumar Kedia has quit as Non- Executive Independent Director of Khaitan (India) Limited.

FORUM

DEBATE (1) Congress

If Congress comes with powerful leaders like P Chidambaram, Kamal Nath, Ahmed Patel and Gulab Nabi Azad and make efficient strategies on communism. So they stand on unity in diversity principle which is very much needed in the country.

Mohan Deshpande

 

DEBATE (2)  Congress

Congress can be revived in Madhya Pradesh, if Digvijay Singh comes as CM.

Sharik Khan

 

Deliverance from Curse of deb

Peasantry of West Punjab comprising mainly Sikhs and Hindus, was almost rendered pauper in 1947.With the super human efforts of Tarlok Singh and MS Randhawa, both ICS officers  the peasantry got lands in lieu of the lands left in Pakistan on war footing, though with substantial cuts. However the farmers did not have the money for seeds, bullocks, fertilizers and implements etc to cultivate those lands. Small amount of loans called taccavis were disbursed to them for the purpose. Similarly some loans were advanced for building/repair of houses. Income from the agriculture generally remained elusive, causing piling up of loan amounts, along with interests and penal interest. The farmers ,who were able to repay the loans, faced different kinds of problems.

Our family had got such loans to the tune of rupees seven thousands. My father, who had also got a government job, used to regularly pay the installments. But invariably we would get demand notices of the money, which we had already repaid with interest and penal interest. On the day we received recovery notices, a shadow of gloom and sadness pervaded over our home. My father would get hold of the treasury receipts, get leave from the office and proceed to Ferozepore , where the land had been allotted to us, to get the accounts reconciled and settled. My father, on his return home, would profusely abuse the clerks, responsible for issuing the notices, in spite of the fact that the loans had been repaid. He would also narrate the travails of travel from Amritsar to Ferozepore. Harike barrage had not been constructed then. Punjab roadways bus would go up to Harike, the passengers would get down there to get on the boats to cross the confluence of Sutlej and Beas rivers. After crossing the river, a bus would take the passengers to Ferozepore. Harike barrage came into existence only in 1953.Next year the same notices with the addition of interest and penal interest would reappear to make our life hellish. The tehsil officials acted like agents of tyranny, not thinking of the difficulties of the  peasantry.

I was in BA part 2,when my father told me to go to Ferozepore, to get the matter settled as he was not well. Since we had made our residence at Amritsar, I was terrified to think of visiting a tehsil or deputy commissioner's office at Ferozepore. I had natural aversion to the haunted  looking buildings of tehsils and police stations, unaware of the fact that i will have to spend many years in such buildings. I went to Ferozepore and as advised by my father ,i went to meet the deputy commissioner. While entering his room, I was trembling. However that ferocious looking noble man listened to my problem and  called  both the branch officer of revenue branches and Assistant superintendent revenue. On that very day the tehsildar and wasil baqi nawis were also summoned. It was revealed that the challans were allowed to pile up and not incorporated in the relevant register  of accounts. Resultantly, thousands of ill-fated farmers, who had to leave heart, hearth and land in Pakistan, suffered this tyranny of repeated notices. The deputy commissioner suspended the tehsil employee and put on duty extra staff to incorporate the pending challans in the account books to update the record. Our purpose was served.

 It was coincidental that after a decade , I joined civil service and was posted in the same district. I made discreet enquiries as to what had happened to thousands of people, who used to repay the loans with great difficulty ,but still the account books showed them as defaulters. I was told that the deputy commissioner would himself sit throughout the night to complete the records. He also got the proclamations made in the villages to the effect that if anyone was facing such problem, he could directly meet him. Patwaris and qanugos also spent day and night to get receipts from the people and got those incorporated incorporated in the record. The deputy commissioner had accomplished this small looking great work and never boasted about it. But the old timers remembered such a noble administrator for very long. He was S. Kuldip Singh Virk, who later retired as Chairman PPSC.

Surinderjit Singh Sandhu, Amritsar.

Data with RTI!

Filing of repeated RTI applications is not in public interest

The appellant, Shri Mata Prasad, sought information regarding appointment of Garden Attendant in Archaeological Survey of India. The PIO informed the CIC that the appellant is a terminated employee from the Horticulture Branch, Archaeological Survey of India and he is prejudice with the ASI officers. The information had already been provided by the PIO earlier but the appellant chose to file an appeal dated 04.05.2017 before the CIC. The CIC ruled that all information were provided to the applicant by all PIOs and a final order was passed on 30.06.2017. The PIO added that the information collected through RTI by Shri Mata Prasad are being used to blackmail and harass the officers for his ill wishes. The CIC had warned to Shri Mata Prasad to refrain from misusing RTI Act and harassing the authorities for no rhyme or reason and also advised to stop filing such infructuous application in its final order CIC/ALSOI/A/2017143727 dated 10.08.2017. After perusing the details of the case, the CIC held that sufficient information had been provided to the appellant but for the reasons best known to him, he is still not satisfied. The CIC cautioned the appellant to desist from such kind of abuse to the RTI Act and stop harassing the public authority and the CIC.

 Comments
  

There is no provision in the RTI Act for taking any action against the abusive and repetitive RTI applications which in turn would secure the interests of genuine RTI seekers. Even the CIC has been at the receiving end in some cases. Hopefully, better sense would prevail and the RTI abusers would end the misuse of the Act which brings a bad name to the sunshine Act.

Citation: Mata Prasad v. Archaeological Survey of India in CIC/ALSOI/A/2017/145334, Decided On: 15.09.2017
 
Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is the co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION – LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO’s guide to RTI. Her other articles can be read at - Right to Information Act 2005- RTI Foundation of India
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