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In addition to this, to have to shoulder the burden of the Allies was an impossible task, incapable of fulfillment.







Waghela’s son set to join BJP ?

Mahendra Singh Waghela, son of Congress leader Shankar Singh Waghela, is all set to join BJP in Gujarat.




Has Conscious call awaken Congress leaders ?

Congress Presidential candidate Meira Kumar's  appeal to vote on  conscious seems to have jolted Congress leaders. In Gujarat, about 10 Congress MLAs reportedly cast their vote in NDA candidate's favour.





Are Mayawati's Dalit politics days over ?

BSP Supremo Mayawati now a days is not a happy leader. According to experts, her political carrier is at stake because of her Dalit politics. The way Modi ji promoted other Dalit leaders and  seated them at important positions clinched her pet issue. What will be her next move, one has to wait






Punit Sharan  is all powerful in Delhi !

Punit Sharan who looks after the liaison of Adani’s in Delhi is said to be an important man in the corridors of power .


Cross voting in 7 States?

In this year's Presidential election cross - voting reportedly took place in seven states from Delhi to Gujarat and other states. Some Legislators of AAP, Congress, SP have reportedly cast  their vote to NDA candidate.

(We said this on July 4 &18, 2017)




Cheeni kumm...

Chance meeting with Lootens 2nd rung Member......

Me: Can a MP make blasphemous statements in either house ....saying he had read/heard this some time back...this is no proof...

Lootens Guy: Ahaa... I see nothing wrong in this ... if this person belongs to the religion he is speaking about ....he's a stakeholder ...isn't  he....

M: So tomorrow if a Muslim BJP Leader makes similar comments against Islam ..

LG: Let's get real....no hypothetical questions ...

M:  In all Faiths there are 'faithless cynics' ... so is this a Carte Blanche to them ... fire at will..

LG: Free Speech has to prevail in both Houses.. .

M: And it does ..only it's not unbridled.... there are House Rules...you cannot be sued for what you say in Parliament ...but House can take action if you flout House Rules...

LG: Privacy and Free Speech are hallmarks of a free and fair Society...

M: And Society too has self set limits ...you cross limits and Society has built in remedial ways to counter you...Congress can have its own Rules when it comes to the Party.. these Rules not applicable on Nation..

LG: Can you expand on this ..

M: A Congi cannot Question Gandhi Family ... their Authority and Privacy are sacred for Congis ...not so when it comes to the Nation...like we question RaGa's frequent overseas trips!

LG: Modi too travels frequently!

M: But his are visits as PM ..well documented and every expense is accounted for ...if Modi goes to meet his Mom ..its for a Photo Op... if RaGa says he's going to meet his Grandma and later you come to know it's to celebrate his birthday...you guys respond with..Respect his Privacy..

LG: Aap logh nahi samjho ge....one's soul has to be 100 % free to understand this..

M: Freedom does not come in percentages ...its 100% or you are not free...and People who work on someone's directions be it voluntarily or on payment are not free!!!

LG: Oof .....Sanghis can never understand this Freedom phenomena ...

M: Ha ha... SOP of you guys..when no answer ...call the other person a Sanghi ... nothing new...

LG: See how the China standoff has been mishandled!

M: China ... the Bully in this Region was taken aback when India said no to it... India's stand is principled... China is uncomfortable with an India that is transforming for the better ... it was very comfy with India of the Congress and UPA days....corrupt to the core ..... stuck in the mud ..... riddled with Pseudoism.....

LG: But we are no match for their military might...

M: So we roll over to their aggressiveness.... it's all posturing .....even a limited war is not a possibility....... its might is well known .....its use of might would make US and Russia very wary and both could take measures to stunt its might .....by stunting it economically ...chain reactions .....it'll realise Tirade and Trade are inversely proportional..

LG: Modi will be tripped by China ...

M: So this is your hope ... somehow Modi is tripped

..... like they say ... From the deepest desires often comes the deadliest hate ...don't we know the desire of the Opposition and the desires of the Lootens lot...they see a Power famine looming and this has got all 'stakeholders' desperate.......and what Pak is for us we are for China ...when it comes to Milatary Might ...but despite the worst kind of provocation...have we attacked Pakistan..no... Nuclear Powers going to war is more like an impossibility..and our differences with China are nothing compared to our differences with Pak..

The Looten's guy mumbles some excuse and walks away.

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




Who will be new CAG ?  

With the tenure of present CAG S K Sharma, former 1976 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre, coming to an end in September, names of possible contenders for the prestigious post have already started doing round in the corridors of power. 

For details Read july issue of WHISPERS IN THE CORRIDORS


Bureaucrats alone responsible for the mess”
The recent conviction of three officers including former Coal Secretary H C Gupta and two serving IAS officers — K S Kropha, former Joint Secretary in the Coal Ministry and now Meghalaya Chief Secretary, and K C Samria, then Director in the Coal Ministry and now Joint Secretary in the Minority Affairs Ministry has sent shockwaves among bureaucrats.
However the question that arises is that are the bureaucrats alone to be blamed for the mess or the political class should also be held responsible ?
whispersinthecorridors.com asked this question - Are the bureaucrats alone to be blamed for the mess ? – and the answer was ‘an emphatic Yes’, though some of them said that the Politicians are equally responsible.

For details see July issue of Whispers In The Corridors

Navtaj Sarna to get extension ?

If top sources are to be believed, Indian Ambassador to the US Navtaj Sarna, a 1980-batch officer  will get one year extension in service. He is scheduled to retire retire in December this year.

Will Gautam Bambawale move to China ?

Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale is likely to succeed Vijay Gokhle  as Ambassador to China in a couple of months. He is 1984 batch IFS officer. Name of Harsh Vardhan Shringla (lFS:1984), currently Ambassador of lndia to Thailand is also  in circulation for this post.

V C Patel quits IRS-IT

Vijaykumar C Patel, ACIT, Mumbai has resigned from Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax cadre. He is an IRS-IT officer.

859 complaints against IAS officers

As many as 859 complaints have been received against Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers across the country.

120 IPS officers nominated for Foundation Course

120 IPS officers of different batches  have not undergone Foundation Course. Now , all these officers, who are from 2009 to 2015, have been nominated by the MHA for the 92nd Foundation Course to be conducted by LBSNAA, Musoorie from August 28 to December 8, 2017. The MHA has asked state govts to ensure that no IPS officer upto 2015 batch is left out.

Deepak Anurag appointed as DG, Report Central, CAG

Upon return from deputation, Deepak Anurag has been appointed as Director General Report Central, Comptroller & Auditor General of India. He is a 1988 batch IA&AS officer.

Ms Mamta Kundra appointed as DG Eastern Region, CAG

Upon return from deputation, Ms Mamta Kundra has been appointed as Director General Eastern Region, Comptroller & Auditor General of India. He is a 1985 batch IA&AS officer.

Non Exec. Chairman of PSU banks can be nominated to Audit Committees of Bank Boards

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has informed all PSU banks that in view of the bifurcation of the post of Chairman and Managing Director of Public Sector Banks by Government of India into a Non-executive Chairman to give an overall policy direction to the bank and a full time executive Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (MD&CEO) to oversee the day to day functioning of the bank, it is clarified that in banks where the Board of Directors is chaired by a Non-executive Chairman, there will not be any restriction if he/she is also nominated to the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors.

23 posts increased in IDAS

As many as 23 posts at various levels have been increased in Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) under the Ministry of Defence.

25 IRS-C&CE officers promoted to Principal Commissioner of Customs grade

As many as 25 IRS-C&CE officers have been promoted to the grade of Principal Commissioner of Customs, GST & CX. The officers are: Reena Arya, Om Prakash Dadhich, Sunil Kumar Das, Ranjan Kumar Sahoo, Yog Dhyan Banga, Sandeep Kumar, Barua Sailaja Ray, Jayant Kumar Jah, Himanshu Gupta, Vasa Sesha Giri Rao, Rajpal Sharma, Anil Kumar Jain, Balesh Kumar, Suchitra Sharma, Manoj Krishna, Ashok Kumar Mehta, Ranjan Jha, Gollamudi Venkata Krishna Rao, Bodduluri hare Ram, Bharati S chavan, Naresh Penumaka, H R Bheema Shankar, Vinod Kumar Saxena, Vimal Kishore Verma and Chagan Lal Mahar.

R K Mahajan is also Member (GST), CBEC for a while

R K Mahajan, Member (Budget), has been assigned an additional charge of Member (GST) in Central Borad of Excise and Customs (CBEC) from July 21 to July 26, 2017.

Rakesh Sharma appointed as Principal Commissioner, Revision Application Unit

Rakesh Sharma-II has been appointed as Principal Commissioner Revision Application and Ex-officio Additional Secretary in the Revision Application Unit of the Department of Revenue, Mumbai. He is a 1986 batch IRS-C&CE officer.

Raj Pal Sharma appointed as Principal Commissioner, Revision Application Unit

Raj Pal Sharma has been appointed as Principal Commissioner Revision Application and Ex-officio Additional Secretary in the Revision Application Unit of the Department of Revenue, Delhi. He is a 1987 batch IRS-C&CE officer.

Submit notices for VRS/resignation to CBDT within 15 days

The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has asked all the Principal Chief Commissioner of Income Tax (PrCCITs) to submit notices to the Board for VRS/resignation within 15 days from the date of its receipt.

Tenure of Soumitra Mandal as Director, DBT, Mission extended

The tenure of Soumitra Mandal as Director in Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT), Mission, has been extended for a period of one year beyond June 25, 2017. He is 2000 batch ITS officer.

Resentment over not being allowed to form ‘Armed Forces Officers Association’

Whispers doing rounds in the Armed forces on resentment over lack of service rules and provisions in the Acts which allow formation of an 'Armed Forces Officers Association' which could provide a platform for officers to air their demands and grievances to the Central Government collectively.

17 percent employees from OBCs category working in CPSEs

 Around 205385 employees belonging to Other Backward Classes (OBCs) in 16.67 percent of total employees 1232161 have been working in various Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs).

Ajay Agarwal selected as Director (Fin), SPMCIL

Ajay Agarwal has been selected for the post of Director (Finance), Security Printing & Minting Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on July 20, 2017. He is a 1992 batch ICoAS officer.

U V Dhatrak gets CVC clearance for CMD, RCF

The Central Vigilance Commission is reported to have cleared the file Umesh Vasant Dhatrak, ED, RCF, for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited (RCF).

GoI yet to start search for new CMD, RINL

The Government of India is yet to initiate the process of appointing a new person for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL). The retirement of present incumbent P Madhusudan is approaching.

PESB yet to hold interviews for MD, SECI

The tenure of Ashvini Kumar as Managing Director of Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) is coming to an end on July 31 as the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) is yet to hold interviews for the post falling vacant on August 1, 2017.

File of S Gopu sticks to ACC

The file of S Gopu, Director, Human Resources ITI, is reportedly lying stuck to the Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) for the approval for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Indian Telephone Industries Limited (ITIL). However, the ACC has extended additional charge tenure of CMD till September. He was selected for the post on December 16, 2016.

57 percent employees from General category working in CPSEs

Around 707756 employees belonging to General Category in 57.44 percent of total employees 1232161 have been working in various Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs).

No decision on RSA

Railway has not decided to create a Railway Safety Authority (RSA) as suggested by Dr. Anil Kakodkar High Level Safety Review Committee. According to sources Railways is of the view that an independent institution Commissioner of Railway Safety already functions under the Ministry of Civil Aviation which discharges review/ approval of security aspect in Railways independently.

New Directorate Constituted

 A new Directorate namely, Directorate of International Customs (DIC) has been created with its hq in Delhi. This Directorate will be an attached office of CBEC and will assist the CBEC in International matters of pertaining to Cusom, Integrated GST and Terrif matters etc. DIC will be headed by a Pr. Commissioner.

DGARM created

Directorate General of Analytics and Risk Management (DGARM) has been created which will be one more attache office of CBEC. This new office will function for Custom, Central Excise and GST.  It will be headed by a DG level officer.

32 ICoAS posts relocated

 Consequent upon reorganization of field formation of CBEC in the GST regime, a few of the postings of ICoAS officers in the field formation of CBEC will also become redundant. Now the Competent Authority has revise the allocation of these 32 posts.

Two Postal Service officers get postings after promotion

Ms Jharna Dutta has been promoted and appointed as Deputy Manager (MMS), Delhi Circle while M Balakrishnan was promoted and posted as Deputy Manager (MMS), Chennai, Tamil Nadu Circle.

One IAS officers from Uttarakhand empanelled as Additional Secretary in GoI

One IAS officer of 1988 batch from Uttarakhand, Sukhbir Singh Sandhu has been empanelled for Additional Secretary level posts in Government of India. There are two existing IAS officers of 1988 batch in this cadre.

Rajeev Lakhara posted as CIT in Pr CCIT office

Rajeev Lakhara has been posted as CIT (OSD), Delhi in the office of Principal CCIT, Delhi Region. He is an IRS-IT officer.

Shivam Jenamejayan Kamalam promoted as CGM in SBI

Shivan Jenamejayan Kamalam has been promoted to the grade of Chief General Manager (CGM) in State Bank of India (SBI).

S K Sharma appointed as Manager, Osaka

Shiv Kumar Sharma Senior Manager (Commercial) Headquarters, Delhi has been appointed as Manager, Osaka in Air India.

Manoj Kumar Singh is back to UP

Manoj Kumar Singh is back to the parent UP cadre from central deputation. On return, 1988 batch IAS officer Singh has been appointed Principal Secretary Urban Development.

Ritu Maheshwari returns to UP

Ritu Maheswari  is back to the parent UP cadre from central deputation. On return, 2003 batch IAS officer Maheshwari has been appointed Vice Chairman of the Agra Development Authority.


Sahajan is MD of KURDFC

A Sahajan, Secretary, Local Self Government Department, Kerala has been given additional charge of the post of Managing Director of Kerala Urban and Rural Development Finance Corporation Ltd.

Chandrashekhar is Addl. Secy, Food and Consumer Protection Department, Govt of Bihar

Chandrashekhar, IAS, (JH 2008) has been appointed as Additional Secretary, Food and Consumer Protection Department, Govt of Bihar.

Garg retires as Director (Finance) of Petronet LNG Limited

R. K. Garg has retired as Director (Finance) of Petronet LNG Limited.

Bhartia is Non Exec. Chairman of Jubilant Industries

Jubilant Industries Limited has appointed Priyavrat Bhartia as Non Executive Chairman of the company.

Goyal is Independent Director of IDBI Bank

Dr Ashima Goyal has been appointed as Independent Director of IDBI Bank for a period of four years w.e.f. April 28, 2017.

Chhabria appointed as MD of Kirloskar Industries

Mahesh R. Chhabria has been appointed as a Managing Director of Kirloskar Industries Limited .

Kumar quits as CFO of Jaiprakash Associates

Rahul Kumar has quit as Chief Financial Officer of Jaiprakash Associates Limited w.e.f. July 31, 2017.

Bhatia is CFO of Modipon Ltd

Modipon Ltd has appointed Vikas Bhatia as Chief Financial Officer of the company.


Friendship culture among batchmates on the wane

It is because the culture of 'me first' has taken over all other things. Actually there is a unhealthy competition so much so that no body thinks twice before pulling the leg of his batch mate if he comes in the way.



China Threatens War On India?

China is putting undue pressure on India by creating border disputes only because it’s so called economic cooperation in the form of CPEC looks like devastated by India not joining it. Why should India join a project of military hegemony of China in the region? The Chinese communists have converted into plutocrats, aristocrats and elites controlling not only the entire wealth of China but also the means of production, supply & distribution, incomes and livelihood. China has failed to improve the economic conditions of the ordinary Chinese, who are forced to work in sweat shops to produce export goods at wages below 1 US $ a day, but promises economic prosperity to countries signing up CPEC or OBOR. China is no global welfare state. It seeks to realize its economic goals through OBOR/CPEC. The grand projects are to silence the domestic clamour for democracy, human rights, fundamental rights, decent wages and non-military opportunities of livelihood. Currently they are suppressed. The day the real picture of the economic, educational, health and social conditions of the peasants and the labourers become known, the real picture of poverty and deprivation will expose the hollow claims of the revolution. Like the appeal made openly to Pakistanis to dethrone Modi, China has been approached secretly to check the rise of Modi and ensure his fall before 2019. The secret agents in contact with China have been promised return to power in 2019 in exchange for vast tracts of Indian territory and clearance to CPEC and other Chinese projects. For this China can strike any time. It has no employment for its 25,00,000 army which it has to reduce to just 10,00,000. In 1962 it had similar problem when 70000 of its troops returned from North Korea, whom it thrust into the war with India. It feels threatened with Modi acquiring the stature of a world leader. It had attacked India in 1962 only because it felt similarly threatened by Jawarlal Nehru. India had rejected then, and rejects again today the hegemony or misguided notions of suzerainty of China in this region. China knows the cost of war it wages now, but our traitors have already assured it of full recompense if returned to power in 2019. The country should be alert before it actually happens. Stop buying Chinese goods forthwith.

M L Gupta


Lapse in providing information

The appellant filed an application under the RTI Act before the Public Information Officer (PIO) of the Central Information Commission (CIC) seeking information on the action taken on his representation dated 27.08.2011 addressed to the Chief Information Commissioner. The PIO informed that due to oversight, the action taken on the appellant’s representation dated 25.08.2011 instead of 27.08.2011 was provided. The respondent tendered her unconditional apology for this lapse and requested the Commission to condone the same. The CIC noted that correct information has not been provided. Taking a serious note of this lapse, the CIC counselled the PIO to be more careful in future so that such lapses do not recur. Further, the CIC directed the respondent to provide the action taken on the appellant’s representation dated 27.08.2011 to him within a period of four weeks.
In case of multiple correspondence from an applicant, the PIO must exercise due care to ensure that what has been sought is being provided. Such a mistake is likely in case of an applicant seeking information through multiple RTI applications.
Citation: Shri Deep Chandra Sharma v. Central Information Commission Decision No. CIC/SB/A/2016/001157 Dated 05.07.2017

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 the website of RTI Foundation of India - Right to Information Act 2005- RTI Foundation of India


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