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This is History (50)
We shall see the spirit of defiance growing. The authority is not always blindly obeyed.




Bihar elections: dates to be announced in the first week of Sept ?
Election Commission of India is said to be fully prepared for the Bihar assembly elections in Oct & Nov. If sources are to believed elections schedule is likely to be announced after September 3.





Achchayee ka abh boll baala
Tabh Chor sharre aam firte theh!!
Choro se imaandaar ghirte theh!!
Tabh millta tha choro ko Oopar se saath!
Tabh imaandari ko padthi thi laath!!

Abh yeh nahi hotha!!
Abh imaandar nahi rotha!!
Abh loota Dhan choro se lootne ki hai baari!!
Choro mein machchi hai maara maari!!

SIT pehle abh waale leh aaye!!
Chor sabh ke saamne karr bhi na sakke hai!
Abh videsh mein rakhe kaale dhan,
Sarkaar gher rahi hai dhan dhana dhan!

Badlaaw ki aandhi aayi!!
Desh ki pragati leh aayi!!
Abh Sickular lagaa rahe hai full zorr!!
Kaise rokhe yeh Naya Daur!!

* Paase sabhi ulat gaye Choro ki chaal ke
Choro ne rakhe theh aur chor paal ke
Manzil ki aur chall padha Mulk iss balaa ko taal ke
Sadiyon ke baad phir udhe badal gulal ke

Parwaane laaye theh tufaan se kashti nikal ke
Sickulars ne dubha hee di thi kishti wapas toofan mein daal ke
Iss Desh ko rakhna mere bachcho sambhal ke
Tum ho bhavishya mere Bharat vishal ke
Iss Kishti ko rakhna mere bachcho sambhal ke

Dekho kahin barbaad na hoye yeh bageecha
Isko hriday ke khoon se Bapu ne tha seencha
Rakha tha ye chirag Shaheedon ne baal ke
Iss desh ko rakhna mere bachcho sambhal ke
Parwaane laaye hain tufaan se kashti nikal ke
Iss desh ko rakhna mere bachcho sambhal ke
* Iss Desh ko rakhna merre bachcho sambhal ke

Disclaimer ...all alleged.. satire poetry it abd forget it


Mindless Development

Rs 48,000+9,800 Crore for smart cities Project?
Is it money or confetti the government is splurging!
Repairing cities that are beyond repairs,beyond recovery,
It seems money is growing on trees in this Bhram-rajya//
Smart cities for Lombarginy, Ferrari and Homer Blue,
What will happen to slums and shanties,they have no clue//
RSS's Bhagwat rightly distinguished India from Bharat,
Villages, hamlets and towns is the real Bharat, While
India consists of lavish malls,Saloons and multi-plexes//
Farmers, labourers and villagers are not in the reckoning
only the foreign direct investors are in the beckoning//
The exercise reminds me of the movie Shri 420 of yore
Achhe Din are here for the haves for sure//








Shaktikanta Das has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs. He is a 1980 batch IAS officer of Tamil Nadu cadre.




Hasmukh Adhia appointed as Secretary, Revenue

Hasmukh Adhia has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Revenue. He is a 1981 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre.






Ms Anjuly Chib Duggal appointed as Financial Services

Ms Anjuly Chib Duggal has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Financial Services. She is a 1981 batch IAS officer of Punjab cadre.







Tapan Ray appointed as Secretary, Corporate Affairs

Tapan Ray has been appointed as Secretary, Corporate Affairs. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre.







J S Deepak appointed as Secretary, Electronics & IT

J S Deepak has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Electronics and Information Technology. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of UP cadre.







Vijay Shankar Madan appointed as Secretary, Land Resources

Vijay Shankar Madan has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Land Resources. He is a 1981 batch IAS officer of UT cadre.






Vinod Zutshi appointed as Secretary, Tourism

Vinod Zutshi has been appointed as Secretary, Tourism. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre.







Sunil Arora appointed as Secretary, I&B

Sunil Arora has been appointed as Secretary, Information and Broadcasting. He is a 1980 batch IAS ofifcer of Rajasthan cadre.







Rohit Nandan appointed as Secretary, Skill Development
Rohit Nandan has been appointed as Secretary, Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of UP cadre.







Ajit M Sharan has been appointed as Secretary, Ministry of AYUSH. He is a 1979 batch IAS officer.






Sanjay Kumar Srivastava appointed as Secretary, Coordination & Public Grievances

Sanjay Kumar Srivastava has been appointed as Secretary, Coordination and Public Grievances, Cabinet Secretariat. He is a 1980 batch IAS officer of UT cadre.






Rajiv Yadav appointed as Secretary, Sports

Rajiv Yadav has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Sports. He is a 1981 batch IAS officer of Assam-Meghalaya cadre.






Girsh Shankar appointed as Secretary, Official Language

Girish Shankar has been appointed as Secretary, Department of Official Language. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre.







Pravir Kumar appointed as Secretary, Inter-cadre Council Secretariat

Pravir Kumar has been appointed as Secretary, Inter-cadre Council Secretariat. He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of UP cadre.







Amarendra Sinha appointed as Secretary, Commission of Minorities

Amarendra Sinha has been appointed as Secretary, National Commission of Minorities. He is a 1981 batch IAS officer of UK cadre.






Raghav Chandra appointed as Chairman, NHAI

Raghav Chandra has been appointed as Chairman, National Highways Authority of India (NHAI). He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of MP cadre.






Ramesh Srinivasan selected as Director (Mktg), BPCL

Ramesh Srinivasan, ED, BPCL, has been selected for the post of Director (Marketing), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on August 28, 2015. As many as eight persons were interviewed for the same.







Tsewang Namgyal appointed Ambassador to Republic of Cuba

Tsewang Namgyal, presently DHC in High Commission of India, Ottawa has been appointed the next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Cuba. He is a 1992 batch IFS officer.







Rajeev Kumar appointed Ambassador to Republic of Senegal

Rajeev Kumar, presently DCM in Embassy of India, Brasilia has been appointed next Ambassador of India to the Republic of Senegal. He is a 2001 batch IFS officer.







Mrs Pujari, CVO, Air India gets premature repatriation

Mrs Sundari Subramaniam Pujari, Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO), Air India, Delhi, has been given premature repatriation to her parent cadre. She is a 1980 batch IDES officer.






Jitendra Trivedi deputed as Director, Pharmaceuticals

Jitendra Trivedi has been appointed Director in the Department of Pharmaceuticals in Government of India. He is a 2000 batch IOFS officer.






40 IRS-IT officers listed for Advanced MCTP in USA

As many as 40 IRS-IT officers have been shortlisted for the Advanced Mid Career Training Programme (MCTP) at IIM Bangalore and at Maxwell School of Public Policy, Syracuse, USA from August 31 to October 9, 2015.The officers are: Sanjay Misra, Naveen Chandra, T M Shivakumar, Sanjay Bahadur, Dr. Banwari Lal, Rajesh Kumar Sinha, Paramita Tripathy, Jyoti Kumari, Dr Subhash Chandra, Santanu Kumar Saikia, Lakshmi Vara Prasad Gude, Dr Balwan Chauhan, Ankur Garg, Rupinder Brar, Aparna Karan, SK Ambastha, Anand Rajeshwar Baiwar, Sanjay Shivam, Pratima Kaushik, Anupama D Shukla, Sanchita Kumar, Neera Malhotra, Arulappa B, Lal Chand, Ningreirum Longvah, Rajeev Ranade, Mona Mohanty, Suresh Battini, Gopalan Gurusamy, R Jeya Kumar Selvaganesh P, Md Sahid Atahar Khan, Avinash Mishra, Abhay Kumar Singh, Sudhanshu Shekhar Jha, Vibha Bhalla, Vinay Kumar Karn, Jacinta Zimik Vashai, Garikapaty Shanker Phani Kishore and Dr Amlan Tripathy.





Balachandran M re-appointed Chairman, NPCI

Balachandran M has been re-appointed Non-Executive Chairman of National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI) for a further period of two years.






Tenure of AP Hota as MD & CEO, NPCI extended

The tenure of AP Hota as Managing Director & CEO of National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI), has been extended for a period of two years. His five-year tenure is ending on August 31, 2015.






1985 batch IAS officer to be ACS in Madhya Pradesh

1985 batch IAS officer Rajneesh Vaish is being promoted to the rank of ACS in Madhya Pradesh early next week.






Rarest of rare case of IPS officer

In what could be termed as a rarest of the rare case where the Home Minister after initially rejecting the extension of PC Lallawmsanga, a Tamil Nadu cadre 1984 batch IPS officer, to Mizoram till superannuation barely a few weeks earlier has changed his decision and given his consent which in turn was sent to the PMO for the Prime Ministers consent.







Syed Abdul Rahman deputed as Sr. GM, CONCOR, Kolkata

Syed Abdul Rahman has been deputed to CONCOR as Senior General Manager (C&O) at Kolkata. He is an IRTS officer.






Teliremba transferred to Kolkata

Teliremba IDAS 1993 batch is going to Kokata in CDA EC office. He was on deputation to Government of Nagaland.






Rozi Agrawal transferred from Kochi to Delhi

Rozi Agrawal 1994 batch IDAS officer, presently posted as IFA SNC Kochi has been transferred to Joint CGDA ( PENSION) Office, Hq , New Delhi.







D Chakraborty appointed as ADG, PIB, Kolkata

Indian Information Service officer, D Chakraborty, ADG, DFP, Bhubaneswar, has been appointed as ADG (M&C), PIB, Kolkata.






Manish Gautam returns to Bhopal as Joint Director (NEWS), AIR

Indian Information Service (IIS) officer, Manish Gautam presently Prasar Bharati Special Correspondent, Kathmandu, has been appointed as Joint Director (News), RNU, Air, Bhopal.







5 IIS officers get proforma NFSG of JAG

Four officers belonging to Indian Information Service (IIS), who are presently on deputation with various Governments, have been given Non Functional Selection Grade (NFSG) of Junior Administrative Grade on proforma basis. The officers are: Kripa Shankar Yadav, Dinesh Idenia, K Ampady, Ms Himani Sarad and Ms Padma Angmo.






4 IIS officers get NFSG of JAG

Four officers belonging to Indian Information Service (IIS), have been given Non Functional Selection Grade (NFSG) of Junior Administrative Grade. The officers are: Ms Pushpinder Kaur, Nimish Rustagi, S Subramaniam and Pankaj Pandey.






IAS reshuffle in TamilNadu

Kakarla Usha on return from her study leave, has been appointed as Managing Director of Tamil Nadu Urban Infrastructure Financial Services Limited.K. Maharabhushanam has been made Director of Town Panchayats in place of Rajendra Ratnoo who has been appointed as Managing Director of Poompuhar Shipping Corporation Limited.M. Chandrasekaran will be Commissioner of Backward Classes.Dr. Rajendra Kumar, on reversion to the State cadre has been appointed as Industries Commissioner and Director of Industries and Commerce.Kiran Gurrala will be new Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Housing Board. C. Manoharan has been appointed as Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Adi Dravidar Housing Development Corporation .On return to the parent cadre Mangat Ram Sharma has been appointed as Chairman and Managing Director, Tamil Nadu Energy Development Agency.






IPS changes in UP

B.K .Maurya has been appointed as ADG, Training. R.K. Chaturvedi will be Gorakhpur DIG range replacing Sanjiv Gupta, who has been made DIG, personnel.D. K. Chowdhury has been made DIG, Luckno., DIG, PAC Moradabad, Krishna Mohan has been moved to Police Headquarters, Allahabad. DIG, Fire, Ratan Kumar Srivastava has been made DIG, Azamgarh.DIG, EOW, Ashutosh Kumar will now be DIG Vigilance, Lucknow, and Keshav Kumar Chowdhury, has been made Superintendent of Police, Chitrakoot.






Joshi appointed Addl. Director of IDBI Bank Ltd

IDBI Bank Limited has appointed Gyan Prakash Joshi as Additional Director of the Bank






Thiagarajan appointed Independent Director of Pantaloons Fashion & Retail Ltd

Pantaloons Fashion & Retail Limited has appointed Arun Thiagarajan as Independent Director of the company.






Gilotra appointed Director of Jindal Photo Ltd

Jindal Photo Limited has appointed Ms Geeta Gilotra as Director of the company.






Shah appointed Non-Exec. Director of Mahindra Lifespace Developers Ltd

Mahindra Lifespace Developers Limited has appointed Dr Anish Shah as Non-Executive, Non -Independent Director of the company.






Ganguly resigns as Director of C & C Constructions Limited

J Ganguly has resigned as Director of C & C Constructions Limited








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All not well in MOS & PI
Tatha Raja Tatha Praja - this adage fits rightly on MOS&PI. There is a need to have a strong IAS administrator as Secretary-cum- CSI, from outside to rein in wayward subordinates.
KV Rao

No leave for 158 trainee IAS officers-An update

Due to 90 days attachment of 158 IAS with central ministries, all allotments in guest houses and hostels, have been frozen in Delhi for three months effective September, October and November 2015. The suites will not be available for marriage and other private functions to serving government functionaries in Delhi during the period.
Meanwhile, officers of IPS and Indian Forest Service are miffed at the differential treatment to IAS officers.
AK Saxena (A retd. civil servant)

CGHS functioning

There have been a series of complaints against the functioning of Central Government Health Scheme in WIC by many of its beneficiaries. Obviously there is no one bothering about it. Instead of improving, things are going from bad to worse. I give two recent examples from personal experience. In the CGHS Wellness Centre (Actually it is an illness centre) on Zakir Hussain Marg the specialist is scheduled to come once a week on every Friday. If you want to put your name in the register for consultation with the specialist you would be given a date almost after three Fridays since earlier Fridays already have the required number of 40 people. The Specialist sits from 9 a.m to 1p.m. Imagine her seeing 40 patients in four hours i.e 6 min for a patient. Anyway, we registered our name somewhere in the first week of July and were given the date of 14th August. After waiting for more than a month you leave your home early without breakfast even to be early in the queue. On reaching the dispensary you are told that the Specialist was not coming as she had been put on duty at PM house. It has always been like this and sometimes she is on duty at PM house during UPA Government also for more than two months depriving CGHS beneficiaries of urgent consultation. When asked why they did not inform the people registered for that day many of them retirees and old, the staff at CGHS pointed towards a notice put up by them. As if one would make a trip to the dispensary to see the notice!
Now since Specialist is not available and consultation on some acute health problem cannot wait, one goes to the specialist in the nearest approved hospital, pays the consultation fee and gets the necessary advice. The doctor prescribes the medicines. Next day you make another trip to at least get the medicine which is one's right as a beneficiary. The doctor refuses to dispense these medicines since the same according to him are prescribed by a "private doctor". What to do ? Your own specialist is not available to you. The prescription by the doctor in the approved hospital is not accepted by the CGHS doctors. Is there anyone looking into this mess which CGHS has become? Those handling the health ministry, the babus and the minister appear to be thoroughly incapable of handling their work. We had hoped that with change in the political set 'achhe din' will dawn for senior citizens who are pensioners now but we are facing 'bure din 'instead.
Aarti Khosla

Merge smaller units with big PSUs

Agree with Suyas opinion that with eight companies under its administrative control, Steel Ministry must start working on merging smaller units with bigger PSUs. With currency devaluation in China, they may start selling their steel in India at almost 25% lesser cost than what our PSUs. Input cost on raw materials and administrative expenses needed to be controlled, 5* and 4* facilities must go. Top heavy PSU's are main cause of cost escalation and we haven't been able to compete with global steel majors. Iron ore mines need to rationally allotted to steel makers, technology to be upgraded, expansion projects need to be implemented within fixed time frame.

Good selection

First of all I would like to congratulate you on your selection. A well deserving person.
V Ranga Rao








Repeated RTI application and appeal on the same issue

The appellant sought for action taken report on the letter dated 30.4.2013 & 1.5.2013, whether HOD enquired about Sunil Kumar, how long he remained in jail, what information has been sought by Tibbia College from central jail no. 6 about Sunil Kumar etc. Having received no reply, the appellant filed first appeal. In the first appeal, the authority mentioned in his order that applicant was a regular compulsive applicant and has submitted more than 150 RTI applications, leading to wastage of government time and efforts. Before the CIC, the PIO submitted that the appellant has so far filed more than 200 RTI applications against Mr. Sunil Kumar. The appellant had also approached the CIC 05 times and CIC had declared him as abuser of RTI. The CIC rejected the appeal as being repetitive.


Many Public Information Officers come across a situation where a disgruntled employee or a compulsive RTI applicant files application over and over again on a similar issue. This order provides a panacea for such cases.

Citation: Shri Niwas Vyas v. A & U Tibbia College and Hospital in Case No. CIC/SA/A/2015/000500

Weekly article by Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Verma (, RTI Consultant to IIM, Indore. Her other articles can be read at

(, RTI Consultant to IIM, Indore and Co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO's Guide to RTI by Taxmann. (The views are Personal)









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