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It's a very informative website.

You should also include the news/ information about political changes for e.g cabinet expansion and other important changes.

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Haryana DGP is now saved!

Haryana DGP Shrinivas Vashistha is now saved, thanks to Babaji. The actions of 1981 batch IPS officer Vashisth against Baba Rampal has earned praises.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Sanjay Murthy is joining the GoI as Joint Secretary I & B next week. He is a 1989 batch IAS officer of Himachal Pradesh cadre.


 

 

 

Oil India CMD to be selected later

The PESB could not select candidate for the post of CMD Oil India Ltd on Friday. The Board has decided to see more candidates.

 

 

 

 

 

Atul Shreedharan to be Judge of MP High Court?

Orders of the appointment of Atul Shreedharan of Indore as Judge of the Madhya Pradesh High Court are expected to be issued next month.

 

 

 

 

 

IPS officer seeks retirement in Gujarat

Rahul Sharma has sought retirement from service with effect from March 1, 2015. He is a 1992 batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

IPS officer re-instated in Gujarat

Vipul Agrawal has been re-instated in Gujarat. He is a 2001 batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

Deputation tenure of Kumar extended for two years

Central deputation tenure of B Siddharth Kumar CVO Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (RINL) Vishakhapatnam has been extended till January 1, 2017.He is 1986 batch IFS officer of J & K cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

2 posts of Inspector General in CPRF vacant
Two posts of Inspector General, Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), have been lying vacant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

S K Yagnik likely to join as CVO, CPSE

S K Yagnik is expected to join central deputation at Director level as a Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO), Central Public Sector Enterprises(CPSE). He is a 1985 batch IRSME Officer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Satinder Kumar Bhalla likely to join central deputation

Satinder Kumar Bhalla is expected to join central deputation at Deputy Secretary/Director level in Government of India. He is a 1992 batch Indian Telecom Service officer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The orders of S S Dogra, DGM, Nalco, for the appointment as Director (Finance), Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers Limited (GRSE) are yet to be issued by the Government of India as vacancy has arisen on November 1, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs Annies Kanmani Joy appointed as Assistant Commissioner, Bidar in Karnataka

Mrs Annies Kanmani Joy, who was waiting for posting, has been appointed as Assistant Commissioner, Bidar Sub-division, Bidar. She is a 2012 batch IAS officer of Karnataka cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ministry of Information & Broadcasting has invited applications for the post of Regional Officer, Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC), Hyderabad. Those willing to apply can send their applications to the ministry at the earliest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gyanendra Kumar Rajnish has been promoted to Under Secretary rank and posted to the Ministry of Textiles.

 

 

 

 

 

Dr J Ravishankar has been appointed as Special Commissioner, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahangara Palike while V Yaswanth will be Commissioner, Karnataka Housing Board, Bengaluru in Karnataka.

 

 

 

 

 

Director General of the Directorate General of Shipping Gautam Chatterjee is returning to the parent cadre Maharashtra. He is 1982 batch IAS officer.

 

 

 

 

 

Sanjeev Sharma (IRS-IT) has been transferred from CIT-DR (International Taxation) New Delhi to Director, APA in the Central Board of Direct Taxes.

 

 

 

 

 

Anand Mohan Sharan has been appointed as Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, New Delhi. He is a 1990 batch IAS officer of Haryana cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

As many as 71 IAS officers have been transferred and posted at different places in Haryana. Accordingly, Sumita Misra has been appointed as Director General, Tourism while Anand Mohan Sharan is made Resident Commissioner, Haryana Bhawan, New Delhi and Ashok Khemka is appointed as Transport Commissioner. Similarly, Vineet Garg is appointed as Managing Director, Haryana State Industrial Infrastructural Development Corporation; Anil Malik as Chief Administrator, Haryana State Agricultural Marketing Board; Sandeep Garg as Director General, Technical Education; Apporva Kumar Singh as DG, Development & Panchayats; Akhilaksh Likhi as DG, Information & Public Relations & Culture Affairs; Arun Kumar Gupta as Labour Commissioner; Dharam Pal as Secretary, Coorperation Department; Sukhriti Likhi as Secretary, Finance Department; Anurag Agarwal as Secretary, Personnel, training, vigilance and Parliamentary affairs; Mrs Suprabha Dahiya as MD, Warehousing Corporation; Vijayendra Kumar as DG, Electronics and Information Technology; D Suresh as Secretary, GAD; Chander Parkash as DG, State Transport; C R Rana as DG, Food & Supplies; Rajbir Singh as Secretary, Establishment, Monitoring; Subhash Chandra as Secretary, State Human Rights Commission; Shyamal Misra as Adviser, Civil Aviation; Mrs Leelam Pradeep as DG, Medical Education & Research, Secretary, Haryana, Medical Education; Pradeep Kasni as Commissioner, Gurgaon Division; Ramesh Krishan as DG, Agriculture; Brijendra Singh as Chief Administrator, HUDA; Rajeev Ranjan as Commissioner, Rohtak Division; Nitin Kumar Yadav as MD, Uttar Haryana Bijli Vitran Nigam and Secretary, Power; Pankaj Agarwal as MD, Federation of Cooperative Sugar Mills Ltd; Vijay Singh Dahiya as Secretary, Finance; Mrs Amneet P Kumar as Director, Elementary Education and Director, Welfare of SC and OBC; Praveen Kumar as Director, Employment and Special Secretary; Mohan Lal Kaushik as Director, Secondary Education, Special Secretary; T L Satyaprakash as Deputy Commissioner, Gurgoan and Chief Administrator, Mata Sheetla Devi Shrine Board, Gurgaon; Sameer Pal Srow as Deputy Commissioner, Panipat and Commissioner, MC; Amit Kumar Agrawal as Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad; Ajit Balaji Joshi as Deputy Commissioner, Jind; Rohtas Singh Kharb as Director, Archaeology, Museums, Special Secretary, Archaeology & Museums; Wazeer Singh as Registrar, Cooperative Socities; Vikas Yadav as Special Secretary Health, Mission Director, NRHM and Commissioner, Food and Drug Administration; Balraj Singh as Special Secretary, PWD and Architecture and special secretary, Health Engineering Departments and Director, Renewable Energy; Ashok Sangwan as Deputy Commissioner, Mewat at Nuh and CEO, Mewat; C G Rajini Kaanthan as Deputy Commissioner, Kurukshetra; Shekhar Vidyarthi as Deputy Commissioner, Rohtak and Commissioner, MC, Rohtak; Mandip Singh as Deputy Commissioner, Ambala, EO for Management, Land in Excised area, Ambala canta, Commissioner, MC Ambala; Saket Kumar as Deputy commissioner, Bhiwani; Vinay Singhy as Director, Industries and Commerce and Special Secretry, Industries; Chander Shekhar as Special Secretary Home-I Mrs Renu S Phulia as Special secretary, Forests and Wild-life and MD, HLRDC, Project Director, State AIDS Control Society; Sanjay Joon as Administrator, HUDA Panchkula; Vivek Atray as deputy Commissioner, Chief Administrator, Mata Mansa Devi Shrine Board, Panchkula;Sanjay Verma as Administrator, Huda Panchkula Director, Environment; Jagdeep Singh as Deputy Commissioner, Fatehabad;Mrs Anita Yadav as Administrator, HUDA Gurgaon; S S Phulia as Deputy Commissioner, Yamunanagar and Commissioner, MC Yamunanagar; N K Solanki as DG, Sports & Youth Affairs and Secretary of the same; J Ganesan as Deputy Commissoiner, Karnal and Commissioner, MC Karnal; Ashok Kumar Meena as Deputy Commissioner, Palwal; Dusmanta Kumar Behera as Special Secretary, Home-II, Jonit Commissioner, Gurdwara; kethamlis as Makarand Pandurang as Deputy Commissioner, Kaithal; Chander Shekhar Khare as Deputy Commissioner, Hisar and Commissioner, MC Hisar; Anshaj Singh as Deputy Commissioner, Jhajjar; Rajiv Rattan as Deputy Commissioner, Sonepat; Nikhil Gajraj as Deputy Commissioner, Sirsa; Pankaj as Secretary, School education Board; Mrs Sharandeep Kaur Brar as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Sirsa; Mrs Gauri Parasher Joshi, Administrator, HUDA, Hisar; Ashok Kumar Sharma as Additional Secretary, Irrigation; Mrs Garima Mittal as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Special Officer, APZ, Rohatak; Vinay Pratap Singh as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Gurgaon; Aditya Dahiya as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Special Officer, APZ, Faridabad and Vijay Kumar Siddappa was posted as ADC-cum-CEO, DRDA, Special Officer, APZ, Bhiwani.

 

 

 

 

 

Praveen Kishore who was on deputation to Bihar government, has returned to his parent cadre Central Board of Direct Taxes, Revenue Department. He is a 1998 batch IRS officer of Income Tax cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deepak Gupta has been appointed new Chairman of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). He is 1974 batch IAS officer of Jharkhand cadre.

 

 

 

 

 

WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD
Mitra appointed CFO, EIH Limited

EIH Limited has appointed Biswajit Mitra as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the company w.e.f. November 29, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Global Offshore Services Limited has appointed Anil Devli as Chief Executive Officer of the company

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jean Brunol has resigned as Director of Hinduja Foundries Limited w.e.f. November 10, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Ms Shweta Sehgal has been appointed as the Independent Director of Ritesh Properties & Industries Ltd w.e.f September 25, 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

Ritesh Properties & Industries Ltd has appointed Ms Himani Khanna as Company Secretary of the company w.e.f. August 25, 2014.

 

 

 

 

FORUM

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BJP-led Govt should take advantage of Media support

Before reaching Lok Sabha, present PM was a very conscious person and used to speak after giving deep thoughts to the contents of his speech. We know when the word is out from the mouth, it goes in circulation in common man's mouth. At present, BJP Government is lucky that All Media, electronic & paper is totally with them. The Govt. should take advantage of this for betterment of the people and the Nation, otherwise time does not wait for anyone as we have seen the episode of Arvind Kejriwal very well. Now, Anna is out of the scene. I noticed that when PM spoke in Baroda Public Meeting, was seen saying "opposition did not know Modi is a Wizard of Politics or Magician in election campaigning". That time he had forgotten that it is totally a "Self - praise", which does not suit to his status. I saw his speech in TV when he was in Australia saying "Now I am busy in making Toilets in my Country". It certainly gives a bad impression to the people of India and it shows "India do not have toilets". This is totally a political view which should remain a point for discussion and action within the Country to explore the possibilities of making toilets for the people located for away from New Delhi where toilets do not exist. Planning Commission and Ministry of Finance, Government of India sends money for this type of projects through State Governments, but how the ear-marked money is utilized by the State Authorities, its monitoring is more important for the Central Government Authorities. This matter should remain for discussion and implementation within the Country and not to be publicized abroad. In Australia, PM said it took 28 Years for a Prime Minister of India to visit to Australia. This he can mention in political speeches in our Country but it does not look nice to speak in foreign land. Not paying any visit to Australia or else- where by his predecessors (former PMs), do not reflect at their personal wisdom or willful intention to do so, as we know the compulsions and foreign policies of our Country at that period of time. PM's surprise visits/ checks of various key places such as hospitals, Schools, Railway Stations, Bus Terminals, Airports, Government public dealing Offices, on-going key projects of Government etc etc., will certainly give good signals for improvement which general public will widely appreciate rather than pin pointing irrelevant issues. Recent cabinet decision for ban on recruitments of Central Government Staff, this has also given a bad signal, as all educated unemployed youths were eagerly hoping that good opportunities will come-up after taking-over of a New Prime Minister of India.

Further, everybody knows, how many staff of Central Government is redeployed in the name of so-called consultants after retirement for without justification and some of the Government Deptts. have outsourced their staff from private companies. The Austerity Measures in Government Departments, which is indeed appreciated by everybody and needs actions, but, at the same time, we saw, Oath Taking ceremony at Mumbai's Wankheda Stadium where huge Government Money was poured in waste. Similarly, at Panchkula, heavy expenses were incurred in Govt. treasury of Haryana Government. Hope in future you will prefer to have oath taking ceremony in Raj Bhavan's only, thus, save nation's money which can be spend for a good cause. Do not expect much more from the majority MP's as after reaching Lok Sabha/ Rajya Sabha, they immediately change their priorities to have a lavish life in Delhi. It hardly matters for them, the Party, they belong to. We have come to know that Government have provided Z-Plus security to Baba Ram Dev which again is not in public taste. It is only a Policy of appeasement. No doubt, present PM is a honest and hard working person but, he needs to keep himself away from psycho-pasncy and needs need people/ advisers near to him like BIRBAL in AKBAR's DARBAR and should have patience of listening critics.

H S Bhandari

 

 

 

 

 

 

DATE WITH RTI

Personal information of a government employee

The appellant asked for the service details of a teacher regarding her date of joining the service, her present residential address and her salary certificates, etc. During hearing before the CIC, the teacher submitted that the information seeker is her husband who is harassing her. She raised objection to the disclosure of information to the appellant, saying that it is her personal information. The CIC held that information about salary and official address of public servant is public in nature and shall be disclosed to any person including spouse. Salary details including deductions contained in Salary slip or certificate and residential address of the public servants is personal information, and also third party information. Only after proof of larger public interest such information also can be given. Filing of 50 RTI applications reflects the personal animosity but not public interest.

Comments

Cases where spouses are seeking information about each other are now increasingly coming to notice. They may be involved in marital disputes and cases both civil and criminal, may be filed mutually against each other. They can also seek information to help them to prove or disprove the charges. However, it must be born in mind that information unconnected with the discharge of public duties should not be provided unless the disclosure establishes a larger public interest.


Citation: Mr. Brij Mohan Sagar v. Directorate of Education (South), GNCTD, Delhi in File No.CIC/AD/A/2013/001666SA

Weekly article by Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Verma
(dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in), 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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