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BJP to win because of Modi and experienced backroom operators !

Political observers say that BJP will win despite odds because of Narendra Modi and  battle experienced backroom operators.






Is Rahul Gandhi on a shaky wicket in Amethi ?

If sources are to be believed, this time sailing is not going to be smooth for Congress President Rahul Gandhi in Amethi. It is said that a large chunk of voters are not happy with their MP. His party is facing tough question from voters. He has also been sandwitched between Modi and Yogi Government’s. If such a situation prevails, the party has to do more home work to save the party President's seat.






Gautam Gambhir  joins BJP

Former Cricketer Gautam Gambhir  has joined BJP on Friday  and  likely to fight Lok Sabha election on BJP ticket most probably from New Delhi seat.

 ( We  said this on March 14 )




India won't participate in Pak National Day function !

India has reportedly decided not to send any official in Pakistan National Day function. The country has taken such step because Pakistan has extended invite to separatist leaders of J&K to the event.


Who will be the best PM ?

Opinion Poll – No alternative of Modi
(Done before Army attack)


Whatever people may say, there is at present no alternative to our PM Narendra Modi, if one was to go by the opinion of our surfers who were asked, “Who should be voted to power in the interest of the nation. Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi ?”. And the majority of them felt that Modi would be the most matured choice.
However, there were many who said that Rahul has taken up the challenge with full chivalry and is no more a ‘pappu’ as he was made out to be in the initial days when he entered active politics and thus he is now suitable for the post of Prime Minister of India.
The acceptability of Rahul Gandhi for the post of PM, which was almost zero two years ago has now, according to various surveys, risen to 40 percent.
For details about opinion poll, read the March issue of the Whispers In The Corridors or click the link below :



Whispers bureaucracy News
Kaun Banega Navy Chief ? (7)

A&N Lt Guv D K Joshi may play decisive role in selection of next Navy Chief Devendra Kumar Joshi, Lieutenant Governor of Andaman and Nicobar Island may play key role in selection of next Navy Chief.

Sanjeev Shami appointed IG, CRPF

Sanjeev Shami has been appointed Inspector General in Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) for a period of five years. He is a 1993 batch IPS officer of MP cadre.

Anshuman Yadav appointed IG, CRPF

Anshuman Yadav has been appointed Inspector General in Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) for a period of five years. He is a 1998 batch IPS officer of MP cadre.

Rajesh Kumar moves to BSF

Rajesh Kumar has moved to BSF from ITBP as IG. He is 1996 batch IPS officer of Maharashtra cadre.

Vikas Kumar promoted as IG in BPR&D

Vikas Kumar has been promoted to the rank of IG in the BPR&D. He is 1998 batch IPS officer of Haryana cadre.

Dev Dutt Singh promoted as IG in CRPF

S Dev Dutt Singh has been promoted as IG in CRPF. He is 1998 batch IPS officer of Odisha cadre.

M R Naik promoted as IG in CRPF

M R Naik has been promoted as IG in CRPF. He is 1998 batch IPS officer of Bihar cadre.

Present term of 14 Addl Judges of Bombay HC ends on June 4 , 2019

A total of 14 Additional Judges of Bombay High Court have the date of expiry of their present term on the same date on June 4, 2019. They are : Justices- Sandeep Kashinath Shinde, Rohit Baban Deo, Mrs Bharati Harish Dangre, Sarang Vijaykumar Kotwal, Riyaz Iqbal Chagla, Manish Pitale, Sunil Keshaorao Kotwal, Arun Digambarrao Upadhye, Mangesh Shivajirao Patil, Arun Madhav Dhavale, Prithviraj Keshavrao Chavan, Murlidhar Ganpatrao Giratkar, Mrs Vibha Vasant Kankanwadi, Sopan Mahadu Gavhane, Shriram Madhusudan Modak, Jamadar Nijamoddin Jahiroddin, Vinay Gajanan Joshi, Avachat Rajendra Govind and Mrs Pushpa Virendra Ganediwala.

SIT to deal Money Laundering cases

ED has constituted Special Investigative Team (SIT) to tackle Money Laundering and ancillary issues arising out of crime of Drug trafficking. Jitendra Kumar Gogia, Dy Director, ED, heads the 12 member team. In addition to this, four officers have also been appointed as Nodal Officers related to drug cases of different regions.

Rajan Agrawal returns to parent cadre

Rajan Agrawal, Director in the Department of Agricultural Research and Education, has been given premature repatriation to his parent cadre with the condition of extended cooling off. He is a 1984 batch IDSE officer.

Sachin Badshah appointed DIG, CRPF

Sachin Badshah has been appointed DIG in CRPF on central deputation. He is a 2004 batch IPS officer of Gujarat cadre.

Pant joins as OSD, NCSC

Lt General  Rajesh Pant has  joined as Officer on Special Duty at  the country's first National Cyber Security Coordinator. He would succeed Gulshan Rai on April 1.

Hanish Chhabra appointed Deputy Secretary, Economic Affairs

Hanish Chhabra has been appointed Deputy Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs. He is a 2006 batch IAS officer of Tamil Nadu cadre.

Poojan Rana appointed Deputy Secretary, Economic Affairs

Poojan Rana has been appointed Deputy Secretary in the Department of Economic Affairs. He is a 2009 batch IRS-IT officer.

IPS officer to contest election in West Bengal

Bharati Ghosh, a retired IPS officer once considered close to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, will after getting BJP ticket now take on TMC's filmstar Lok Sabha candidate, Dipak Adhikari.

Nine ITS officers promoted

As many as nine Indian Trade Service (ITS) officers have been promoted to STS as Dy Director General, Foreign Trade. They are- P C Ravindran, Ramesh Chandra Verma, Dr. Banavath Punnam Kumar, Rohit Soni, Ms Suganya K, N. Vaidyanathan, Md Moin Afaque, Anad Mohan Mishra and Kaladi Hrushikesh Reddy.

Five DDG, FT transferred

Altogether five ITS officers , who are promoted to DY DG, FT, have been transferred to new place. Accordingly, P C Ravindran has been transferred to RA, Ahmadabad, Dr Banavath P. Kumar going from Visakhapatnam to RA Bangalore, Rohit Soni is going from Kolkata to RA Ahmadabad, Anad Mohan Mishra has been transferred to Kolkata Zonal office and K Hrushikesh Reddy joins RA, Hyderabad. He was in Chennai office.

S S Mishra promoted to CCIT grade

S S Mishra has been promoted to the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax. He is an IRS-IT officer.

C'garh HC CJ A K Tripathi resigns as CJ from date of taking charge as Member (Judicial), Lokpal

Justice Ajay Kumar Tripathi, Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court has resigned from the date he will assume charge as Member (Judicial), Lokpal.

MCTP for IAS officers starts from June 17

The 13th round of Phase-V training of the Mandatory Mid-Carrier Training Programme (MCTP) ,2019 for IAS officers is scheduled from June 17 to July 5, 2019 at LBSNAA, Mussoorie.

Family pension for eligible children of armed forces personnel to be min of Rs 18,000 pm

The Central Government has announced that the amount of liberalized family pension of eligible child /children of armed forces personnel should be subject to a minimum of Rs 18,000 per month.

Allahabad HC still with highest number of vacancies for Addl Judges

Allahabad High Court tops with highest number of vacancies for additional judges at 36 against approved strength of 84 judges as on March 1, 2019.

Dr Dhananjay Kumar Tiwary appointed Counsellor (S&T) in Washington DC

Dr Dhananjay Kumar Tiwary has been appointed as Counsellor (S&T) in the Embassy of India’s  Defence Technology Wing in Washington DC.

Working IAS officer commits suicide in Maharashtra

A working IAS officer of Maharashtra cadre, Vijay kumar Bhagwat Pawar has reportedly committed suicide by hanging after shooting at wife Sonali at his resident in Solapur district in Maharashtra. His wife is said to be in critical condition while Pawar was declared dead. 

Justice P K Mishra to be Acting CJ of Chhattisgarh HC (UPDATED)

Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra , senior-most Judge of Chhattisgarh High Court to perform duties of Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court from the date Chief Justice of Chhattisgarh High Court Ajay Kumar Tripathi relinquishes charge as Chief Justice to assume charge as Member (Judicial) , Lokpal.

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh is Navy Chief (UPDATED)

Vice Admiral Karambir Singh has been appointed as the next Navy Chief. Singh will succeed Admiral Sunil Lanba who retires on May 31. Vice Admiral Singh is presently Flag Officer Commanding in Chief of the Eastern Naval Command in Visakhapatnam.

 ( We  said this on March 22 )

RAdm Sanjay Jasjit Singh takes charge of Western Fleet (UPDATED)

Rear Admiral Sanjay Jasjit Singh, NM has taken over the charge of Western Fleet, the 'Sword Arm' of the Indian Navy, from Rear Admiral MA Hampiholi, AVSM, NM.


Minor reshuffle of IAS officers in Karnataka (UPDATED)

Dr Ravi Kumar Surpur has been appointed as Special Commissioner (Projects), Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike, while Dr Sunil Panwar was made Executive Director, Centre for Smart Governance, Bengaluru with additional charge of Additional Mission Director-1, Sakala Mission. Besides, Pradeep P has been appointed as Director, e-Governance and Ex-officio Director, Directorate of Electronic Delivery of Citizen Services.

Three Independent Directors inducted on Indian Infotech & Software Board

Indian Infotech & Software Ltd has appointed Ankit Shaw, Bharat Pathak and Mrs Aksha Bihani as independent directors of the company.


Kaushal is CFO of Hira Automobiles

Hira Automobiles Ltd has  appointed Rajan Kaushal as Chief Financial Officer of the company.


Two Addl EDs appointed on Vitesse Agro Board

Vitesse Agro Ltd has appointed Roop Kishore Gola and  Avadhesh Kumar Gola as  Additional Executive Directors of the company.

Jindal is Addl Director of Haryana Capfin

Haryana Capfin Ltd has appointed Saket Jindal as Additional Director of the company.

Dalmia is Independent Addl Director of Titan Securities

Titan Securities Ltd has appointed Aashish Dalmia as Independent Additional Director of the company.

Whispers Forum

Vote Rahul and his party out


Fully agree with the views that appeare4de in this column the other day. When India was engaged with China in Doklam, Rahul Gandhi met Chinese ambassador in their consulate. Had the country was first in the eyes of Rahul, he should have persuaded Chinese ambassador to go back and in that case he would have narrated it at every forum but unfortunately he is total silent on this issue. Moreover, he got more than enthusiastic response from China when he visited Kailash Mansarovar last year. It proves that he is propagating only those things on Doklam what China wants him to. This makes even more important for public at large to vote Rahul and his party out in 2019 Lok Sabha elections. He is only making fun of Narendra Modi at Doklam totally forgetting that only cactus have grown from the seeds sown by his ancestors as far as China is concerned. But one thing I want to ask, what prevented India from declaring Azahar Masood a global terrorist from Parliament with unanimous vote ?


V K Pandey


Record Keeping the government offices

Information regarding the list of pensioners, who are receiving pension from Andaman and Nicobar Islands administration under jurisdiction of Pay and Accounts Office Code 071383, issued by CGHS card in CGHS covered cities across India as also the list along with their details such as names, designation, CGHS card number, date of issue, etc. was sought . The Respondent expressed his inability to address the issues raised by the Appellant and stated that since issuance of CGHS cards was decentralized, no specific data was available with them. The CIC noted that the DoPT constituted a Task Force for the effective implementation of Section 4 of the RTI Act. The CIC expressed serious concern about the state of recordkeeping within the CGHS and directed the Director, CGHS to depute a team of officials to enquire into the entire matter and provide information to the Appellant. The CIC directed that a comprehensive and robust policy for digitization of its records to be evolved and implemented within a time bound manner for the ease and convenience of all concerned.


The implementation of section 4 of the RTI Act remains a dream which is yet to be realised in most of the government departments. The Department of Personnel and Training of the Government of India had constituted a Task Force for the effective implementation of Section 4 of the RTI Act. As a part of this Task Force, a sub group on ‘Guidelines for Digital Publication under RTI supporting Proactive Disclosure of Information’ held a one day consultation on ‘Formulating guidelines for digital publication under RTI supporting proactive disclosure of information’. Hopefully, the departments should start implementing the same in the right earnest.

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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