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When I don't make a decision, it's not that I don't think about it. I think about it and make a decision not to make a decision.

 

 

 

 

Will Sharad Pawar be a unanimous choice or Man Mohan Singh ?

If observers are to be believed, in case opposition parties alliance is able to form the next govt than Sharad Pawar, a senior and seasoned politician, could be a unanimous choice for the post of PM. Real picture will emerge after results are declared. Another theory in circulation is to elect Man Mohan Singh as PM of the entire opposition to stall Modi as PM.

 

 

 

 

 

If Modi becomes PM again, BSP to give outside support ?

Political circles believe that in the event of Modi becoming the PM again, BSP Chief Mayawati is going to give outside support to NDA Government.

 

 

 

 

 

PM went on with his political agenda without hindrance

What a brilliant strategy by BJP. It created a mirage of PM as Chowkidar and Congress spent its whole energy hitting the mirage while the PM went on with his political agenda without a hindrance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Putin is Modi’s source of inspiration!

In the corridors of power in Delhi, people say PM Narendra Modi has learnt a lesson from Russian President Putin - how to remain in power for long time.

 

 

 

 

 

Bharat Lal to be key player in Rashtrapati Bhawan ?

In case  NDA falls short of majority in the Lok Sabha, it is heard Additional Secretary in the Rashtrapati Bhawan Bharat Lal will play a  major role in the formation of the new Government. Lal is an IFS officer of Gujarat cadre. He used to be RC in Gujarat Bhawan when Narendra Modi was the CM of Gujarat.

 

 

 

 

Aandhi

So Mr. Rahul Gandhi,

Dekha kaise hothi hai aandhi!!

 

Now tighten your belt for rebellions!!

Even from some who your Mum gave medallions!!

 

Your Yuvraj mindset and childish obstinacy!!

Made you Power Crazy!!

 

You thought Congis and Indians were servile to you!!

Now you'll face them and us with what mooh!

 

Yes yes you can keep trying to shift blame!!

Shift to EVMs... EC... Media....Money ...your shame!!

 

You can fib to Congis...I'm lambi race ka ghoda!!

Yeh election mein 2024 ke liye dauda!!

 

Indians have become ek dumm shaana!!!

Voter ho gaya hai siyaana!

 

Cast.... religion now take a back seat!!

Finally voter has found  his/ her feet!!

 

Maya and Aki will realize this in Uttar Pradesh!!

Loud and clear they'll get the sandesh!!

 

It's  so bad RaGa can't even go back  to the drawing board!

He's been technically knocked out and floored!!

 

Now his only hope is to be out of sight and mind!!

Hoping on account of sympathy Voter will turn kind!!

 

This time hope Modi keeps his flock in check!!

Tells them Sarkar ki image matt karro wreck!!

 

Keep your  religious  emotions in check ..we are on the job!!

Don't give opportunity to Liberals to start to sob!

 

Modi also realizes some demands of Hindus cannot be delayed!!

Samajh jao now spade has got to be called a spade!!

 

Balance out religious emotions!!

Try to prevent religious commotions!!

 

Being fair to majority!!

Doesn't mean ingnore minority!!

 

Its very difficult to balance but Modi ji you  can  do it!!

To please Hindus doesn't mean Muslims ka karro hit!!!

 

Confucius  says... Sorry Modi ji chotta mooh badhi baath!!

Parr yaad rakhna kuch logh humesha hai aap ke saath!!

 

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

VJS

 
BUREAUCRACY HEADLINES
Whispers bureaucracy News
Three agencies to decide next line of action after May 23 ?

In the corridors of power it is said that ED, CBI and Income Tax department will decide their next line of action after the formation of the new Government.

Will new Govt scrap appointment of Joint Secretaries on lateral entry mode ?

If non-NDA Government came to power, it could dump the idea of appointment of Joint Secretaries on lateral entry mode. The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has not approved the appointment of Joint Secretaries from private sector so far. New Government can scrap the appointment, according to sources.

No Govt hands off approach in PSB Board selections likely if NDA back in saddle

One needs to remember to forget ‘hands off’ approach in selecting senior executives in Boards of Public Sector Banks with Government having an upper hand instead of RBI if NDA is back in power.

With NDA surprises have become a norm in Defence promotions ?

There is a growing anticipation in the Army circles on who would be the next Vice Chief of Army Staff after the Lok Sabha poll results. So far,  Lt Gen M M Naravane is the senior-most and the top contender for the post but if NDA is back, nothing can be said for certain as surprises have become a norm when it comes to Defence promotions.

Appointments of GMs in Railways likely by new Govt at centre?

Around half a dozen posts of General Managers are lying vacant in Railways. The appointments against these vacancies are expected to be made by new Government at Centre.  The vacancies of two posts: GM, Rail Wheel Factory (Bangalore) and GM, Southern Railway arose on April 1, 2019, while three posts: GM posts in Eastern Railway (Kolkata), South East Central (Bilaspur) and Rail Coach Factory (Kapurthala) fell vacant on May 1, 2019.

Four JDs given new assignment

Four Joint Directors of ED have been stripped off their charges from regions and given new assignment. According to information Vishal Sanap, JD, Ahmedabad and Satendra Mathuria, JD , Delhi has been appointed as JDs ,Coal at Ahmedabad and ED hq respectively. Dr  D S Sidhu, who was Jullundhar, has been shifted to hq as JD, Legal Affairs and Litigation Management Girish Bali joins Delhi.

Five senior IRTS officers are retiring by December

Five senior IRTS officers will retire by December this year. Girish Pillai, Member Traffic and 1980 batch officer is scheduled to retire in June this year. Ms Sunira Bassi, 1981 batch and Naveen Kumar Shukla, 1983 batch will superannuate in July, S. Anantharaman, 1982 batch and Anurag of same batch will retire in November and December this year respectively. All these officers are presently posted in RB.

RBI wants to keep close watch on YES Bank Board decisions ?

Appointment of former RBI Deputy Governor R Gandhi on YES Bank Board as RBI Nominee indicates the apex banking institution wants to keep closer watch on YES Bank Board decisions.

ACC yet to take decision on Dr Shinghal for CMD, BHEL

The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) is yet to take the decision on the panel of Dr Nalin Shinghal for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL). Sources said that the nodal ministry is not in favour of Dr Shinghal. It put its objection twice before the ACC so that Sobti can get extension, but ACC rejected the proposal. Now the decision will be taken by the new government.  Shinghal is CMD of Central Electronics Limited (CEL) based in Sahibabad. In 2017-18, revenue of CELwas Rs 222 crore. whereas the revenue of BHEL in the same year was Rs 29,060 crore. It means if Dr Shinghal is given charge of BHEL, he will handle a company 130 times bigger.

Alok Kumar Mehta to join as Director (Comm), NMDC on June 1

Alok Kumar Mehta, ED, NMDC, will be taking over the charge as Director (Commercial) in NMDC Limited on June 1, 2019. The tenure of present incumbent Dr T R K Rao is ending on May 31, 2019.

Alok Kumar Gupta selected as Director (Ope), ONGC Videsh Ltd

Alok Kumar Gupta, GGM, ONGC, has been selected for the post of Director (Operations), ONGC Videsh Limited at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on May 20, 2019. As many as seven persons were interviewed for the same.

Rahate likely to join as Additional Secretary, Power today

Sudhir Kumar Gangadhar Rahate is expected to take over the charge as Additional Secretary, Power on May 21, 2019. He is a 1990 batch IAS officer of Jharkhand cadre.

Media Houses are waiting for May 23 outcome

Many media houses are waiting the outcome of LS results on May 23. It is said that the results will decide that how much annual increment will journalists get ?

Ms Rout appointed Pr DG , RNI

Ms Sadhna Rout will be new Chief of RNI. She will take over the charge of Pr DG, RNI on June 1, 2019  and will also hoid the additional charge of Pr DG, Publication Division. She is a 1984 batch IIS officer.

Dhatwalia transferred from Guwahati to Delhi

After promotion, K S Dhatwalia, a 1984 batch IIS officer, has been transferred from Guwahati to Delhi and posted as Pr DG, Training and Research. He has also been given the additional charge of DG, IIMC, New Delhi from June 1, 2019.

Mrs Anju Ranjan to be moved as CGI, Johannesburg

Anju Ranjan, Consul General at Consulate General of India, Edinburgh is to be moved to Johannesburg as CGI.She is an Indian Foreign Service officer of 2002 batch.

R Subramaniakumar , MD & CEO of IOB retiring on June 30

R Subramaniakumar MD & CEO of Indian Overseas Bank is retiring on June 30, 2019.Karnam Sekar, the new MD & CEO of Indian Overseas Bank (IOB) will assume charge on July 1, 2019. He had also been appointed as Officer on Special Duty and Whole-time Director of the Bank.

SBI posts Omprakash Mishra as CGM, Hyderabad Circle

The State Bank of India has posted Omprakash Mishra as Chief General Manager, Hyderabad Circle.

Eight senior Jet Airways execs still with Airline

As per the Jet Airways website the names of senior executives who are still with the Airline are- Captain Hameed Ali, Group Executive Officer, Rajesh Prasad, Chief Strategy Officer, Jayaraj Shanmugam, Executive Vice President-Product and Services, Captain Nikhil Ved, Executive Vice President, Flight Operations and Engineering, Belson Countinho, Senior Vice President , Marketing, eCommerce and Innovations, Praveen Iyer, Vice President , Revenue Management , Ms Warakorn Komutanont, Vice President, Inflight Services and Ms Ragini Chopra, Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Public Relations.

Dr. Mathur transferred to South Eastern Railway

Dr. Anurag Mathur of South Central Railway, has been transferred to South Eastern Railway. He is an IRMS officer.

Dr. Mishra transferred to Western Railway

Dr. Richa Mishra, Sr. DMO, MB, has been transferred to Western Railway. He is an IRMS officer.

Ms Padmaja also High Commissioner to Republic of Kiribati

Ms Padmaja, presently High Commissioner of India to the Republic of Fiji, has been concurrently accredited as the next High Commissioner of India to the Republic of Kiribati, with residence in Suva.

28 IRS-IT officers get posting after promotion to CCIT grade (UPDATED)

As many as 28 IRS-IT officers who were promoted to the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax have been posted to various places. Accordingly, Manik Lal Karmakar has been posted to Mumbai, whioe D P Haokip was appointed to Indore and Pritam Singh is CCIT Mumbai. Similarly, Sandep Kapoor has been apointed to Udaipur; Ravindra Kumar to Thiruvananthapuram; Anand Kumar Agarwal to Bareilly; Ajit Kumar Sinha to Bengaluru; Chhavi Anupam to Ahmedabad; Patanjali to Bengaluru; Smita Jhingran to Deli; Durga charan Dash to Combatore;Rakesh Kumar Paliwal to Hyderabad; Satyakam Mishra to Delhi; Mahendra Singh to Jaipur; Nitin Gupta to Mumbai; D C Patwari to Chennai; Saroj Deswal to Panchkula; Ronmoy Das to Kolkata; K Sridhar to Vijaywada; Atul Pranay to Hyderbad; Kaushalendra Kumar Singh to Kolkata; Devashish roy choudhary to Ahmedabad; Mohammad Wasimul Haque to Kolkata; Rajiv vijay Nabar to Madurai; Sangeeta Singh to Surat; B D Reddy to Vijaywada; Arvind Kumar to Chennai and Suresh Singh Panwar was posted to Bengaluru.

8 IRS-IT officers in CCIT/DGIT grade transferred (UPDATED)

As many as eight IRS-IT officers in the grade of CCIT/DGIT have been transferred and posted to different places. Accordingly, Surinder Jit Singh has been appointed as CCIT-3, Delhi while Virendra Singh will now be CCIT-4, Delhi and Manoj Kumar Dubey is DGIT (Inv), Pune. Accordingly, Anuj J Singh has been appointed as CCIT-2, Kolkata; Nitya Nand Mishra as CCIT (C)-1, Mumbai; Pradeep Kumar Ambastha as CCIT, Ghaziabad and Pramod Nangia was posted as CCIT, Shimla.

Shyam Lal Gupta selected as Director (Proj), IRCON Ltd (UPDATED)

Shyam Lal Gupta, ED, IRCON International Ltd, has been selected for the post of Director (Projects) IRCON International Limited at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on May 21, 2019. As many as six persons were interviewed for the same.

Ex SEBI Chairman M Damodaran again Independent Director on Tech Mahindra Board (UPDATED)

Former SEBI Chairman M Damodaran had been re-appointed on the Board of Tech Mahindra Ltd as an Independent Director w.e.f. August 1, 2019.

Nai Pal Singh promoted to CCIT grade (UPDATED)
Nai Pal Singh has been promoted to the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax. He is an IRS-IT officer.


WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD
BSE SENSEX up by 1100 points after Exit poll results

BSE SENSEX has gone up by 1100 points on May 20 afternoon with exit polls predicting NDA comeback.

Radhakrishnan is Independent Director of Mukand Ltd

Mukand Limited has appointed Sankaran Radhakrishnan as Non- Executive Independent Director of the company.

Lt Col (Retd) C S Shankar appointed Independent Director of Manali Petrochemical

Lt. Col.(Retd) Chatapuram Swaminathan Shankar  has been appointed as an Independent Director of Manali Petrochemical Ltd.

Taparia quits as Independent Director of Modern Thread Ltd

Brij Mohan Taparia has quit as Non- Executive Independent Director of Modern Thread Limited w.e.f. June 1, 2019.

Parikh again Independent Director of Indostar Capital Finance

Indostar Capital Finance Ltd has re-appointed Bobby Parikh as an Independent Director of the company.

Ms Bagwe is CS of National Plastic Industries

National Plastic Industries Ltd has appointed Ms Shraddha Bagwe as Company Secretary of the company.

Whispers Forum
FORUM

Deconstruction Theorists Losers

The deconstruction theorists failed to deconstruct Modi or reconstruct Rahul. Every success story was torn into pieces- from transparency to demonetisation and from acche din to jobs. They trivialised the achievements and transposed imagined failures. When nothing worked, they hit at his family. Even women politicians having no experience of Grahastha Jivan went over the board. Building a narrative around Rafale fighter jet deal (Logocentrism/deconstruction theory) and (Nirav) Modi (phonocentrism) and illusions of a mahagathbandhan, the deconstruction theorist breached all bounds of decency and descended low to resort to deplorable abuses. They desperately tried to defeat Modi so as to capture power. For the deconstruction community “ power is entirely for its own sake…. We are not interested in the good of others… no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it. Power is not a means; it is an end.” (George Orwell, 1984) Challenging “reality” is no child’s play but mentors at home and abroad have ruined the young men by instigating them to go vulgar on Modi in order to destroy his image built in the 5 years of his governance. The deconstructionists, the Left anarchists, the faith community failed to dent Modi’s image by any of their attempts to create illusion about their thoughts, ideas and promises. The Maoist doctrine of repeating a lie hundred times to make the masses take it as truth has failed in India. Because of their sustained attack personally on him, Narendra Modi has emerged victorious, more powerful and a stronger leader. Attempts to influence/steal the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 by foreign interests were most reprehensible for being too visible. The Time Magazine has published the most stupid cover page and story in its history. If the press is called ‘‘presstitute’’ today, it is due to such irresponsible journalists, writers, editors and publishers. Number of spurious surveys also failed to dent Modi’s image. Now their slogan is: anybody but Narendra Modi. “It’s a beautiful thing, the destruction of words” but it failed to achieve the results it was deployed for as the Congress Party has lost the election and all their efforts to construct a non-existent Rahul Gandhi have gone vain. For the Congress Party, Rahul Gandhi and the alliance called Mahagathbandhan, I leave them in their midsummer reverie in Lutyens Delhi till the 23rd when results will be declared: “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.”

Devindra

DATE WITH RTI

Copy of the Techno Economic feasibility report

The appellant sought a copy of the Techno Economic Feasibility Report for two underpasses on Pune Daund railway line by box pushing technology were sought from RITES Ltd.. The PIO informed the appellant that the information sought is exempt from disclosure under Section 8(1)(e) and 8(1)(d) of the RTI Act and disclosure may cause irreparable commercial detriment of intellectual property rights of RITES Ltd. The CIC upheld the denial of information.

Comments

The Techno Economic Feasibility Report and related documents including surveys, materials considered for preparation a conclusion of the report, structural designs, etc may lead to divestment of intellectual property rights of RITES Ltd.. Further, the documents are held by the City Corporation Ltd., Pune in fiduciary capacity. There have been frequent RTI applications seeking information about the tender document and this case law would prove handy to deal with such instances.

Citation: Makarand Narayan Joshi v. The Institute of Chartered Accountant of India in Decision no.: CIC/ICAOI/A/2017/183447/00585, Date of Decision: 06.05.2019

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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