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WHISPERS POLITICS NEWS

This is History (1051)

“And in the end it is not the years in your life that count, it's the life in your years.

 

 

 

 

 

Announcement of new Speaker before 9 am on Tuesday !

Announcement of new Speaker of the Lok Sabha will be made either late tonight or before 9 AM on Tuesday.

 

Will P P Chaudhary be new Speaker of Lok Sabha ?

Name of P P Chaudhary is doing the round for the post of Speaker Lok Sabha. He is BJP MP from Rajasthan.

 

 

 

 

 

Intelligence agencies to be more active !

Now Amit Shah is the Home Minister and the intelligence agencies will have to be more active because of his appetite for information and intelligence.

 

 

 

 

 

Kiran Bedi to be Guv for Telangana ?

One of the names that is doing the rounds for the Governorship in Telangana is that of Puducherry Lt Governor Kiran Bedi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Imaginary Interview with RaGa....

By the wonder of imagination I interview RaGa in London.

Me: You've got Congis worried....why are you refusing to meet them... you are not even meeting your Kitchen Cabinet...those who are still with you!! I hear 2 of your Kitchen Cabinet have gone AWOL after submitting hefty Bills...

RaGa: Pack of jokers.... all misled me!!

M: But you say you  are a Leader .... you undertook so many Rallies.... Road Shows... you should  have been able to gauge the mood...any Neta worth his salt would have... chalo had the results been close you could have been given benefit of doubt...  but such a wipeout...and you didn't  have an inkling....and I'm sure you also  had inputs from Darbaari Media on the Exit Polls after every Phase....

R: Frankly with Security Cover it's difficult to get a feel of the pulse....as for Exit Polls....they must have given  the info to my ....as you call them... Kitchen Cabinet....

M: Baloney.... Modi has a securer Security Cover but he was able to gauge the wave....maybe your Kitchen Cabinet anesthetized your sense of perception... like the guy who was your most trusted aide and ran your election Office and Shakti App and who presented you with a Bill of 24 crores ..... now is AWOL.....he misled you that Congress would get 164 - 190 seats..

R: In my position you have to rely on your trusted Aides.....

M: Modi too has Aides but he controls them... they don't control him... and it's said based on this Aide's estimates you even contacted  committed and prospective Allies... hear you even offered Stalin Defence in your Cabinet.... and Aki a bhaari bharkam Portfolio.... though it's said Aki was amused by your confidence...

R: Post the inputs that was a logical step..

M: And you got Draft Letters from 2 Legal Eagles requesting President to give you a chance to prove your majority .... wonder what their warped logic was...'President should give preference to a Younger Leader'...'President should give preference to a Party that has been in power longer'!!

R: Even my CMs misled me... Kamalnath and Ghelot gave me grossly wrong seat estimates...

M: And I hear Didi and Jeeja ji turned down your advice that Didi should stand from Amethi... it's being  said she and hubby did not want her Political Career to start with a loss....though now her Political Career is over before it even started... but just see the guys you trusted..a Vela US Technocrat was penning your speeches...a over the hill actress ran your Media Cell...your Election Office was run by a ex Investment Banker cum Political Economist....

optimism and convenient analysis were in his DNA...a Dynast Media Strategist ...

on one side you say Congress has no money and on the other hand 2 of your Close Aides have submitted Bills for 24 crores and 8 crores... and both have gone AWOL....maybe their Billing is factual... and they feel why 'pressurize you at this stage'!!

R: But my quandary now is what should I do.... I've come here to ponder on this.. I need reliable Advisors... I have to start working on 2024 now...

M: Get some Overseas HR Company to do a Global Search for Advisors... the selected lot  should man your Outer Circle..... Inner Circle.... here lies the problem...all the current Congis are like 'challe kartooj' ! If you take my advice...your Inner Circle.....a Super Computer....your Outer Circle should feed data and analysis in objective format  into the Super Computer... they can rely on Congis for data...and then let the Super Computer with innovative Software tailor made to advice you do the needful...

RaGa: (sarcastically) Any other wisecrack...

M: A lie Detector for your Outer Circle and a few for your Data Collectors...one outside your Office.... and a portable one to go around with you....and don't ever expose  yourself to one of these lie detectors....self goal ho jaye ga!!

RaGa walks off in a huff.

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

VJS

 

DEBATE

Is India inching towards Presidential form of Government ?

Whispersinthecorridors has this indication from top bureaucratic circles that there is an apprehension of Presidential form of Government in the country. The logic behind such a thinking is – introduction of lateral entry System in bureaucracy (American system), appointment of IAS, IFS and Army officers as Ministers, selection of top brains in different sectors, portfolio allocation to Dr. S Jaishankar and Hardeep Puri, plan to import a third of Deputy Secretaries from private sector, strong PMO and last but not the least  appointment of Amit Shah as Home Minister.

Grapevine has it that once the BJP gets majority in Rajya Sabha next year, Presidential form of Government will become a reality but will it be viable ?

Mail your views at mehrotra.suresh@gmail.com and suresh.mehrotra@yahoo,com

 

BUREAUCRACY HEADLINES
Whispers bureaucracy News
NSC likely to be reconstituted

National Security Council (NSC) is likely to be reconstituted. A number of members are likely to be inducted.

Number of Empanelment of 1987 batch IAS officers to be less ?

Power corridors say that number of 1987 batch IAS officers to be empanelled  to the rank of Secretary will  not be more than two dozen because of vacancies.

IPS officer unlikly to be CVC ?

Informed sources say that this time an IPS officer is unlikely to be appointed Central Vigilance Commissioner (CVC).

Who will be new DGP of TamilNadu ?

Who will succeed T K Rajendran as DGP of TamilNadu on July 1. Tie is said to be between 1985 batch IPS officer  JK Tripathy and 1986 batch IPS officer MS Jaffar Sait .

SVP, National Police Academy yet to get new Director

The Government of India is yet to appoint new Director, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad. A vacancy of this post arose with the retirement of incumbent Ms D R Doley Barman. NPA Joint Director, Umesh Sharraf, 1989 batch Telangana cadre IPS officer, is holding additional charge of this post.

Umesh Sinha to move from EC as Secretary

Umesh Sinha is set to move from the Election Commission of India to the GoI as Secretary. He is 1986 batch IAS officer of UP cadre.

CWC’ Chairman superannuating this month

S Masood Hussain, Chairman, Central Water Commission (CWC), is superannuating by  June end. He is a CWES officer.

With Dr Jaishankar at helm, file clearance could be a breeze

External Affairs Minister Dr S Jaishankar has excellent rapport with Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale which means proposals made by the latter are unlikely to be turned down.

IRS officer takes Voluntary Retirement

Govt has accepted the Voluntary Retirement of Chetan Lama. He was Addl Commissioner, Kolkata. He is an IRS(C&CE) officer.

Ranganathan in race for CMD, GAIL (India) Ltd ?

Ranganathan, longest serving, MD, IGL, appears to be a contender for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, GAIL (India) Limited.

Bhola Nath Shukla joins as CMD, Mahanadi Coalfields Ltd.

Bhola Nath Shukla, Director (Technical), Central Mine Planning & Design Institute Limited (CMPDIL), has taken over the charge as Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL).

Outgoing NMDC Director, Dr Rao joins Telangana Govt

Dr T R K Rao, whose tenure as Director Commercial, NMDC Limited ended, has joined Telangana Government as Director, Project Commercial and Fuel Management. Dr Rao is a 1986 batch IRTS officer.

VP Singh takes over as CVO, Dept of Posts

Vinaya Prakash Singh, (IPoS-1988), has taken over as Senior DDG (Vig) & Chief Vigilance Officer (CVO) of the Department of Posts. Being a manpower-intensive Department with about half a million workforce, India Post has the distinction of having its CVO at Additional Secretary level unlike many other Departments/PSUs, whose CVOs are generally at Joint Secretary or Director level. Prior to joining the Postal Headquarters, he worked as Chief Postmaster General of Uttar Pradesh. 

Rashmi Siddharth Zagade to join central deputation

Rashmi Siddharth Zagade will be joining central deputation as Director of Census Operations/Director of Citizen Registration, Maharashtra, on July 1, 2019 for a period of three years. She is a 2010 batch IAS officer of Tamil Nadu cadre.

Minaxi Malik is now Director (Commercial) Air India

Minaxi Malik will now be new Director (Commercial ) of the Air India.

Still long way for Sr. Execs of merged banks to get adjusted in BoB

Merger between Bank of Baroda, Vijaya Bank and Dena Bank has taken place. But it’s still a long way before senior executives from merged banks get adjusted in BoB. There is an issue of ‘cultural fit’ as BoB work culture is different when compared to two merged banks.

Ved Prakash likely to return to parent cadre in June

The tenure of Ved Prakash as Chief Vigilance Officer, National Hydro Power Corporation Limited (NHPC), Delhi, is ending on June 26, 2019. He is a 1986 batch officer of Indian Trade Service.

JD & Chemical Examiners transferred

CBIC has issued transfer orders of Group-A officers of Central Revenue Chemical Lab (CRCL). Accordingly, V Suresh , JD has been transferred from Chennai to JNCH Lab, Nhava Sheva, B.Halshet, Chemical Examiner (CE), Nhava Sheva to GOAW,Ghazipur, Perimal Banerjee,CE, from Kolkata to GOAW, Neemuch, Arun Kumar Maurya,CE, from Neemuch to CH Lab, Kolkata, Gyanendra Saxena, CE, from Delhi to JNCH Lab, Nhava Sheva, Pradeep Marro, CE, from Vadodara to CRCL, New Delhi and Vinod Kumar, CE, is going from Ghazipur to C.Ex & C H Lab,Vadodara.

32 IOFS officers promoted to Senior Administrative Grade

As many as 32 officers of Indian Ordnance Factory Service (IOFS), who were promoted to Senior Administrative Service (SAG), are: M Bavandoss, V Mathivanan, Sanjeev Kumar Bhola, Ashok Kumar, Ravin Kulshrestha, Vivek C Verma, Sunil Sapre, Sanjay MEHrishi, Uday Kumar Sharma, Ramachandra Mishra, Praveen Kumar Arora, Vijay Mittal, Shishir Khare, Rakesh Kumar Tiwari, Shiva Shankar Prasad, Subir Kumar Saha, p K Bummerkar, Vijay Badlu Kuril, Salil Kumar Sarkar, Abhbijit Banik, Shiv Babu, Gyanendu Kumar Choudhary, Praveen Kumar, Rajiv Srivastava, Muralidhar Pandey, G Krishna KIshore, Anuj Kishore Prasad, Ilage Tari, Alok Kr Agrawal, Sharad Kumar Maltare, P Satyanand Kumar and Vinod Aggarwal.

Two IDAS officers transferred

CGDA has issued the transfer orders of two IDAS officers. Accordingly, A Mandal of 2011 batch has been posted as IFA, 4 Corps, Tezpur and R V S Phungreihor of 2012 batch is going to Dimapur, as IFA, 3 Corps.

HAG/SAG officers of IDAS get new postings

Three HAG and seven SAG officers of IDAS has got new postings. Accordingly, Alok Chaturvedi of 1985 batch will be PCDA(R&D), New Delhi, SPN Singh of 1986 batch has been posted as PIFA(Coast Guard), New Delhi and Mrs. Shashi Bala Srivastava of 1989 batch joins as PCDA , Bangalore. Among SAG officers, Santosh Kumar of 1990 batch has been shifted from Meerut to Hq CGDA, New Delhi, K Venkata Rao of 1994 batch has been posted as CDA, Secundrabad, K. Balakrishna of 1996 batch will be new IFA (Navy), ENC, Vizag, T Rambabu of 1996 batch is joining Hyderabad as IFA (R&D) MSS Cluster, Roshan Lal Hegi of 1996 batch has been transferred from Delhi to Avadi

ITS Association condemns assault on doctors in Kolkata

Indian Telecom Service Association (ITSA) has strongly condemned brutal assault perpetrated on the doctors at NRS Medical College and Hospital, Kolkata.

VADM R B Pandit assumes charge as Chief of Staff, Western Naval Command (UPDATED)

Vice Admiral R B Pandit, AVSM has assumed charge as Chief of Staff, Western Naval Command in Mumbai.

 

Rajgopal Sharma appointed as CIT in PrCCIT office, Delhi (UPDATED)

Rajgopal Sharma has been appointed as CIT (OSD) in the office of Principal CCIT, Delhi. He is an IRS-IT officer.

IIS officer, Reddy appointed as Commissioner, Public Relations in AP Govt (UPDATED)
Tumma Vijay Kumar Reddy has been appointed as Commissioner, Information & Public Relations & Ex-officio Special Secretary Government, General Administration (I&PR) Department. Reddy who joined AP Government on deputation belongs to a 1990 batch officer of Indian Information Service (IIS).
HR initiatives change lives of many SECL employees (UPDATED)
Organizations can use human resources better through organized training programs and skill up-gradation of their employees. It’s a known concept in Organization Management. The magnanimous effect of this powerful concept, if applied in a PSU, would not have been gauzed till recently the principle was applied by HR team in SECL.
 
Under the able leadership and guidance of Dr R S Jha, Director (Personnel) of SECL, an attempt was made to utilize skills available within the organization for bigger responsibilities in the coal mine.The experiment took off with need based training programs for specialized trades of utility in coal mines. SECL employees at the entry level were inspired to take training in trade of their choice. These skill up-gradation trainings were highlighted within the organization and all interested employees were allowed to learn new skills. This exercise had a huge positive impact on the organizational culture. The employees were happy as they had an opportunity to enrich their job and assume more responsibility. They felt the softer caring side of management and were more committed towards organizational goals. Dr Jha sensed the positive vibes. His initiative had started bearing expected results. He then pushed on with the next level of the initiative. Going ahead with the HR wave, during FY 2018-19, SECL absorbed 199 General labourers, after skill up-gradation in various highly skilled jobs. 57 of them were absorbed as Drill Operators, 46 as Dozer Operators, 24 as Grader Operators, 39 as Payloader Operators and 33 as Crane Operators. They were all unskilled workers in General Mazdoor category. Through Skill Upgradation, they were given an opportunity to enrich their jobs and assume higher responsibilities in Coal Mines. 
 

It would be pertinent to state here that during FY 2017-18, a total of 1617 employees were absorbed in various skilled jobs through internal selection. A few of the designations at which the employees were absorbed were Mining Sirdar, Shovel Operator, Pay-Loader, Dumper Operator, Dozer Operator, Grader Operator, Security Personnel, Pharmacist, etc. An opportunity of growth within the organization was a well-received HR initiative in SECL. Now such efforts have become routine in SECL. New ideas and innovations in HR are appreciated and if found viable are immediately implemented. The success of such initiatives can now be overtly seen in positive work culture in SECL.In a recent HR initiative, SECL under the Apprenticeship Act, had selected youths for a defined period of apprentice. They have been gainfully employed and assigned woks that donot only enrich their skills & knowledge but also enhances their employability. During FY 2019-20, SECL has already initiated process to take 5500 apprentice in various disciplines. The relentless efforts of SECL’s HR team has been successful in creating a worthy culture based on human values and mutual acceptance. SECL story is like realization of a great dream. But knowing the inside story, one would never falter to realize the quantum of meticulous planning and crisp execution that has made the initiative, the one of high impact. The change is clearly visible in the organizational results. SECL is now a coal mining company that produces humongous 157.35 Million Tonnes of Coal, the highest production by any single largest coal company. Experiments are carried out. Some succeed, some fail and some change the way we look at the world. SECL story beckons to revisit the old systems and adopt new culture of positive change, impactful innovations and higher organizational values.

 
Rajnish Dev Burman appointed as PS to Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (UPDATED)
Rajnish Dev Burman has been appointed as Private Secretary to Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, Minister for Jal Shakti at Director level. He is a 1999 batch IRS-IT officer.
Ritesh Chauhan appointed as PS to Prahlad V Joshi (UPDATED)
Ritesh Chauhan has been appointed as Private Secretary, Prahlad V Joshi, Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Coal and Mines. He is a 2005 batch IAS officer of HP cadre.
Amitabh Prasad appointed as PS to Piyush Goyal (UPDATED)
Amitabh Prasad has been appointed as Private Secretary to Piyush Goyal as Minister for Railways and Commerce. He is a 2001 batch IA&AS officer.
Reshuffle of IAS officers in Karnataka (UPDATED)
Around one dozen IAS officers have been transferred and posted to different places in Karnataka. Accordingly, P Ravi Kumar has been appointed as ACS to Government, while Mahendra Jain was made ACS, Energy Department with additional charge of High Education and B H Anil Kumar is ACS to Urban Development with additional charge of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs. Similarly, Rakesh Singh has been appointed as PS to Medical Education; Dr N Manjula as Commissioner, Bengaluru Development Authority, Bengaluru with additional charge of Collegiate Education; Mrs Priyanka Mary Francis as Director, Information Technology & Bio-Technology; Dr V Ram Prasath Manohar as Commissioner, Employment and Training; G C Vrushabendra Murthy as commissioner, Sericulture Development & Sericulture Director, Bengaluru and K Yalakkigowda has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Zilla Panchayat, Mandya.
Three ISS officers promoted to DG grade (UPDATED)

Three officers of Indian Statistical Service (ISS): Rakesh Kumar, B N Tiwari and Tapas Kumar Sanyal have been promoted to the grade of Director General and given new postings. Accordingly, Rakesh Kumar has been appointed as DG (Survey), NSSO, MoSPI, Delhi, while B N Tiwari was posted as DG (Statistics), Health & Family Welfare, New Delhi and Tapas Kumar Sanyal is DG (Social Statistics), CSO, MoSPI, New Delhi.

9 ISS officers promoted to Higher Administrative Grade (UPDATED)

As many as nine officers of Indian Statistical Service (ISS) have been promoted to the Higher Administrative Grade (HAG). They are: Arun Kumar Biswas, S Krishnamurthy, Ajay Kumar Gupta, Ashok Kumar Toprani, Asis Kumar Ray, Pawan Kumar Dhamija, Naresh Kumar Sharma, Madan Mohan and Rakesh Kumar Kamra

ISS officers transferred (UPDATED)

Two officers of Indian Statistical Service (ISS) have been transferred at ADG level. Accordingly, P K Mukhopadhyay has been posted to Training Division, CSO, MoSPI, New Delhi and Mamta Saxena is appointed to DSDD, CSO, MoSPI, New Delhi.



WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD
Mrs Supriya P. Sen inducted to Lakshmi Vilas Bank Board

Lakshmi Vilas Bank has appointed Mrs Supriya Prakash Sen as Non-Executive and Independent Director of the Bank.

Chinnapan appointed ED of Pricol Ltd

Pricol Limited has appointed V Balaji Chinnappan as Executive Director of the company.

Mrs Kacker appointed Independent Director of Reliance Infrastructure

Reliance Infrastructure has appointed Mrs Manjari Kacker as Independent Director of the company.

Diwakar appointed ED of Creditaccess Grameen

Creditaccess Grameen Ltd has appointed B R Diwakar as Executive Director of the company.

Ms Naidu is CS of Ujaas Energy

Ujaas Energy Ltd has appointed Ms Saloni Naidu as Company Secretary of the company.

Thakur quits as Independent Director of Arcotech Ltd

Suresh Thakur has quit as Non- Executive Independent Director of Arcotech Limited.

Whispers Forum
FORUM

Threatening situations

First Politicisation of Bureaucracy, Then Bureaucratisation of Government Are the public servants expected to be completely loyal to the politician and compromise transaction of official business as per law mandated? Should they be rewarded as ministers for their loyalty to a political leader, party or ideology? Both the situations are threatening to a vast majority of public servants, examined, interviewed and subjected to background check by more than one state agency. The politician public servant manages everything from interview to background check and succeeds in acting too much of an arrogant for long years of a career of a public servant. Once in the political executive, s/he acts like a bureaucrat, forgetting all sense of public service. The issue is: should political interference be continued to be treated with contempt or accepted as the new norm of Indian democracy? One reason why an occasional emergence of a Narendra Modi receives such a warm welcome is the expectation of those public servants who doggedly refuse to compromise their loyalty to the Constitution of India or exchange it for the loyalty of the politician. Can permanence to a changed public service culture be assured by the present Narendra Modi or the future Narendra Modi ? The problem is very serious taking into consideration state governments. Sting operations telecast threats to public servants to fall in line or be ready to suffer consequences (very derogatory to say “boria-bistar baandh lo”). Such political interference with the law emboldens and bonds the politician and the public servants. That is responsible for ruining the image of a great India in just 70 years !

M L Gupta

 

Prediction went true

On my inputs a few weeks ago, you had predicted that NS Nigam, IAS posted as MD West Bengal Transport Corporation would become next Secretary, Transport Department succeeding the then Principal Secretary, BP Gopalika, IAS. The prediction went true this week. Please post the message in your site for information of all concerned.

Rabindra Nath Sarkar

 

Anger will not help Mamta Bannerji !

Doctors are on strike in many parts of the country in sympathy with the doctors in Calcutta. Who is responsible for this sorry state of affairs where common people are suffering ? Decidedly the Chief Minister of West Bengal who not only failed to handle the doctors' strike tactfully but added fuel to the fire. What after all the doctors are wanting ? Safety against violence from the patients ' relatives who sometime in their grief on losing a kin lose all sense of proportion. Doctors are not God .They can give care and treatment for cure but then they also cannot save if a patient is dying. What happened in the hospital in Calcutta was truly repugnant. Doctors were beaten up so mercilessly by the relatives of a person who died that one of them landed up in ICU. The anger of the doctor community on this episode is understandable. Instead of condemning and threatening the doctors Mamta Bannerji should have taken some action to ensure their safety so that such attacks do not happen again. It seems the electoral reverses in West Bengal in Lok Sabha elections have rattled her so much that she is not able to think properly or concentrate on governance. Calmness not anger can help her in showing her the way to reclaim her lost ground.

Aarti Khosla

DATE WITH RTI

Routine denial of information by CBI under section 24

The Complainant sought information regarding the details of criminal case registered against certain officers by Anti-Corruption wing of Central Bureau of Investigation. The representative of PIO regretted the exemption of Section 24 of RTI Act invoked by the PIO but went on to justify the denial under Section 8(1)(h) of RTI Act by claiming that although the investigation was completed and chargesheet was filed, the prosecution is still pending. The CIC admonished the representative of PIO for tendering feeble explanation without understanding the scope and ambit of Section 8(1)(h) of RTI Act. The CIC also reprimanded the PIO to have failed to gauge his conscience regarding the clear allegation of corruption referred in the RTI Application while taking the refuge of Section 24 of RTI Act. The PIO was warned to ensure that each RTI Application is assessed carefully for the applicability of Section 24 of RTI Act and to steer clear from using cyclostyled replies for all cases alike in future. The CIC noted that the PIO does not mention his name in the replies which further reflects on the prima-facie evasive and callous approach of the PIO in owning up to his acts of omission and commission. The PIO was directed to ensure in future that all correspondences sent under RTI Act by him should bear his name. A copy of the order was marked to the FAA to take note of the adverse remarks of the CIC and to look into the manner in which the PIO appears to be dodging request for information under the garb of Section 24 of RTI Act.

Comments

The CIC observed that the conduct of the PIO is reflective of his gross non-application of mind and irrational approach towards the letter and spirit of RTI Act. It is a wakeup call for the PIO’s to take a notice and not resort to cyclostyled replies to RTI queires.

Citation: B Bharathi v. CPIO, Head of Branch Central Bureau of Investigation in File No : CIC/CBRUI/C/2017/175974/SD, Date of Decision: 06/02/2019

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is an expert on RTI matters and has co-authored 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 at the link: http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/

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