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Winning or losing of the election is less important than strengthening the country.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Real politics of Amit Shah starts now ?

Political observers say that the real politics of Amit Shah will start after the swearing-in of Kumaraswamy. Now Yedyurappa has failed to prove his majority and the real man of Amit Shah, Anant Hegde will be the king of Karnataka only this year. One can wait and watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who can replace Rahul Gandhi ?

After Karnataka results, people have started talk of replacement of Rahul Gandhi. Some Congress leaders raised this issue at an informal get-together. When some one asked who can replace him, there was no answer with anyone.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Democracy ditched...

Still in Shimla.....today I meet my Respected  Friend.... retired senior Bureaucrat..at a Cafe with a spectacular view... over soups... rolls and salads we get chatting.

Me: So BJP could not muster the numbers..

Respected  Friend:  One thing I can assure you... if Amit Shah had done 10% of what all was being alleged... half of JD (S) MLAs and a quarter of Congress MLAs would have been on BJP's side...

M: Yes .....now all of a sudden..... EVMs are okay... EC and Judiciary are independent..... those who said Modi got only 33% of vote in 2014... are now okay with a Party that lost 184 out of 222 seats..... 147 of its candidates lost their deposits....

RF: Governer too went by the text book.... gave the Largest Party an opportunity  to prove majority....gave 15 days for this ....being a Politician he realised the need for MLAs to go to their Consituents and get their opinions on future action......Judges wouldn't realise this ..even on the Pro-tem Speaker his choice was right...

M: Sir checked out...there is precedence ..... a Guv gave a Congress  CM one month to  prove his majority... and in all fairness Karnataka Guv has given Kumarswamy also 15 days to prove his majority...

RF: Mazaa aa jaye... if now Amit Shah really does what all he's been accused of doing and JD (S) and Congress lose vote of confidence.... after all its just a wafer thin majority.....

M: And see the language being used by Congis... and just imagine  MMS had the  gall to write to President about Modi' s language...

RF: Congis equated Gujarat Guv to a Dog.... called Army Chief Sadak ka gunda.... called Modi Neech Aadmi .... and who says Congress respect Institutions.... CJI they've tried to impeach... EC they've accused of being pro BJP.. attacked Army Chief... CBI they accuse of being a BJP tool.. previously they attacked CAG too.....

M: And Karnataka is in no way a victory... Kannadigas did not vote for a Congress or JD (S) Government..... the Vote was pro BJP....so now how the hell has Democracy been restored...

RF: Just thinking aloud

..before the Congress MLA's were 'jailed' in the Eagleton Golf Resort a Channel reported two Cash Vans ..or what nowadays are called ATM Vans as these replenish ATM machines... went into the Resort.... with what.....why!!!

M: And Congress trying to credit RaGa..... bachchaa bachchaa jaantha hai it was Sonia who was doing the direction with her trusted advisors behind the scene... in fact RaGa had gone into a sulk.....

RF: The section of Media called the Darbaari Media  must be having a whale of a time..

M: Yup... portraying it as if Congress has won... its actually two failures have clubbed their marks and passed.... happens only in politics... they are crying for Karnataka Guv's head....Guv has done nothing wrong.... yes ....his decisions did not suit Congress...... so the Darbaaris are on his case...

RF: Sher ka bachchaa grabbed power like a geedadh....

M: News about the IBC solving the Bushan Steel NPA has been overshadowed by Karnataka election..

RF: If you go into the nitty gritty you realize  what a fantastic achievement this is..

M: And there are more in the pipeline...

RF: So my friend in the end....Karnataka election ..... Gowdas got the Throne and allegedly I'm sure a lot of money... the 2 ATM Vans were not carrying supplies... BJP has earned a lot of goodwill... Congress  ...lost goodwill...its double standards and wolf calls revealed.....lost

money....no direct power...from National Party its a Notional Party....

M: But money they'll recoup I'm  sure...

RF: Not if this Governmemt falls under its own contradictions within 4 months.....

We shake our heads in agreement ...pay the tab... and move out....

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

 

VJS

DEBATE

Donald Trump became the first billionaire president in U.S. history in January 2017
 
Who could be ‘Donald Trump’ of politics in India from the corporate world ? Top 10 Indian businessmen who could  be taken into account in this regard are -
 
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1. Ratan Tata

 

 

 

 

 

2. Mukesh Ambani

 

 

 

 

 

3. Gautam Adani

 

 

 

 

 

4. Sunil Bharti Mittal

 

 

 

 

 

5. Anil Agrawal

 

 

 

 

 

6. Anil Ambani

 

 

 

 

 

7. Kumar Mangalam Birla

 

 

 

 

 

8. Azim Premji

 

 

 

 

 

9. Anand Mahindra

 

 

 

 

 

10. Sajjan Jindal

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 


BUREAUCRACY
Chief Secretary of UP likely to get extension !

Rajeev Kumar, Chief Secretary, UP is likely to get six months extension in service beginning July 1. He is a1981 batch IAS officer.

Selection process for next Vice Chief of Army Staff begins

The process of selection of next Vice Chief of Army Staff has commenced as incumbent Lt Gen Sarath Chand is due to retire on May 31, 2018.

Allocation of cadres to selected candidates after foundation course

The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has suggested the allocation of cadres to the selected candidates of Civil Service Examination after the Foundation course not before the commencement of foundation course.

K'taka will have a coalition bureaucracy

If experts are to be believed, like coalition govt now Karnataka will have a coalition bureaucracy also. Bureaucrats close to Congress and JDs will be given plump postings.

D V Prasad to be Chief Secretary of Karnataka ?

Name of D V Prasad has started doing the round for the post of Chief Secretary Karnataka. He is 1984 batch IAS officer.

Will Rakesh Singh be PS to Kumaraswamy ?

Rakesh Singh is likely to be appointed Principal Secretary to the new Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy. He is 1989 betch IAS officer.

Why Chairman of NHAI Deepak Kumar was repatriated ?

Sudden repatriation of Deepak Kumar from the high profile post of DG, NHAI, has surprised many in the power galleries. Sources say that the govt was not reportedly happy with the pace of NHs progress, especially Eastern and Western Peripherals. SC has directed the govt to open Eastern Peripheral by June 1 positively. Top Court's remark did not go well in govt cirlces and Kumar's repatriation orders were issued within 10 days after court observation. What is the real story behind this ? Only govt  knows. He is a 1984 batch Bihar cadre IAS officer.

IRS-IT officer, Mrs Koteshwaramma to join AP Govt on deputation

An officer of Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax cadre, Mrs V Koteshwaramma is joining the Government of Andhra Pradesh for a period of two years. She has been relieved by the Cadre Controlling Authority.

G Asok Kumar gets 'Telangana Excellence Award'

G Asok Kumar, Resident Commissioner, Telangana Bhavan, New Delhi, has been chosen for the 'Telangana Excellence Award' for exemplary public service. He is a 1991 batch IAS officer of Telangana cadre.

Binoy Kumar appointed Secretary, Steel, 74 days before vacancy

Binoy Kumar, who was appointed as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) in the Ministry of Steel, will succeed Mrs Aruna Sharma on September 1, 2018 upon her superannuation on August 31, 2018. Binoy Kumar, who is a 1983 batch IAS officer of Telangana cadre, was appointed 74 days before vacancy. He will continue to hold the additional charge of Spl Secretary, Logistics, till July 31.

Mrs Pushpa appointed Secretary, Food Processing, 74 days before vacancy

Mrs Pushpa Subramanyam, who was appointed as Officer on Special Duty (OSD) in the Ministry of Food Processing, will succeed incumbent J P Meena on September 1, 2018 upon his superannuation on August 31, 2018. Mrs Pushpa, who is a 1985 batch IAS officer of Telangana cadre, was appointed 74 days before vacancy.

Mrs Rina Ray to succeed Anil Swarup as Secretary, School Education

Mrs Rina Ray will be succeeding Anil Swarup as Secretary, Department of School Education & Literacy on July 1, 2018.

Deepak Khandekar to succeed Mrs Leena Nair on July 1

Deepak Khandekar, who is presently in the cadre, will be taking over the charge as Secretary, Ministry of Tribal Affairs, on July 1, 2018. Khandekar, who is a 1985 batch IAS officer of MP cadre, will succeed incumbent Mrs Leena Nair retiring on June 30, 2018.

Anup Wadhawan to succeed Mrs Teotia as Secretary, Commerce on Aug 1

Anup Wadhawan will be taking over the charge as Secretary, Commerce on August 1, 2018. Wadhawan, who is a 1985 batch IAS officer of Uttarakhand cadre, will succeed incumbent Mrs Rita Teotia retiring on July 31, 2018.

Dr Kutty to succeed Tripathi as Secretary, Petroleum on July 1

Dr M M Kutty will be taking over the charge as Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas on July 1, 2018. Dr Kutty, who is a 1985 batch IAS officer of UT cadre, will succeed K D Tripathi retiring on June 30, 2018.

Khurana gets one year extension

Ashim Khurana, Chairman of the Staff Selection Commission (SSC), has been given one year extension in tenure. He is 1983 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre.

Mahesh to succeed Kalghatgi as Director (R&D), BEL on June 1

Mahesh V, Chief Scientist, BEL, will be taking over the charge as Director (Research & Development), Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) on June 1, 2018.  He will succeed A T Kalghatgi retiring in May.

P K Rath yet to get CVC clearance for CMD, RINL

The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) is yet to give clearance to P K Rath, Director Operations, RINL, for the appointment of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL).

Two posts of Directors vacant in Air India

Two posts of Directors: Director Personnel and Director Commercial have been lying vacant in Air India Limited (AIL).

Dr Ashutosh yet to be relieved to join as DG, Forest Survey

Dr Subhash Ashutosh is yet to be relieved to join as Director General, Forest Survey of India, Dehradun. He is a 1986 batch IFS officer of Maharashtra cadre.

Mrs Deepti appointed as Chairperson, Haryana Staff Selection Commission

Mrs Deepti Umashankar has been appointed as Chairperson, Haryana Staff Selection Commission, Panchkula in addition to her present duties. She is a 1993 batch IAS officer.

18 DIGs posts are vacant in SSB

Shashatra Seema Bal ( SSB) has the maximum vacant posts of DIGs. Presently 18 posts of DIGs are to be filled up in SSB. The Force has 25 sanctioned posts of DIGs. Seven posts of DIG IPS quota has been diverted to cadre officers of SSB.

Railway staff on mutual transfer to be relieved immediately

The Railway Board has directed that all mutual transfer cases of employees where NOC has been given by both the Railways/Units i.e. accepting and relieving, both the employees should be spared immediately within a week, without either unit waiting for the reliever.

M M Pandit transferred as ADRM, Ranchi

M M Pandit, of East Central Railway, has been transferred as ADRM, Ranchi. He is an IRSME officer.

Vinod Madhulkar appointed CPM, NHSRCL, Mumbai

Vinod Madhulkar has been appointed as Chief Project Manager (CPM), National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited(NHSRCL), Mumbai. He is an IRSE officer.

Rajneesh K Tomar appointed CME, MRVC, Mumbai

Rajneesh Kumar Tomar has been appointed as Chief Mechanical Engineer in Mumbai Rail Vikas Corporation Limited (MRVC), Mumbai. He is an IRSME officer.

Dr A Anil Kumar relieved to join as Director, Tribal Affairs

The Government of Goa has relieved Dr A Anil Kumar to join as Director in the Department of Tribal Affairs, Delhi. He is a 2002 batch IFS officer of UT cadre.

Thanglura Darlong also Indian Ambassador to Republic of Moldova and Republic of Albania (UPDATED)

Thanglura Darlong presently Ambassador of India to Romania, has been concurrently accredited as the Ambassador of India to the Republic of Moldova and the Republic of Albania, with residence in Bucharest (Romania).He is an Indian Foreign Service (IFS) Officer of 1988 batch.

Major reshuffle of IAS officers in MP (UPDATED)

As many as 25 IAS officers have been given new assignments in Madhya Pradesh. Accordingly, Deepak Khandekar has been appointed as Chairman of Professional Examination Board (Vyapam) while Aniruddh Mukherjee was made Principal Secretary, Planning, Economic, Statistics and OSD-cum-Member Secretary, State Planning Commission and MD, The Provident Investment Company Limited, Mumbai and Dr M K Agrawal is posted as Commissioner, Chambal division, Morena. Similarly, Naresh Pal Kumar has been appointed as Secretary, Home; Ravindra Kumar Mishra as Member, Revenue Board, Gwalior; Shekhar Verma as Director, Bhopal Gas Tragedy Relief and Rehabilitation; Ashok Kumar Verma as Collector, Gwalior; Rahul Jain as Director, Town & Country, Bhopal; Ajay Kumar Sharma as Additional Secretary, School Education; Ashkrit Tiwari as Additional Commissioner, Revenue Narmadapuram Divisoin, Hoshangabad; B S Jamod as Deputy Secretary, School Education; Nagargoje Madan Vibhishan as Deputy Secretary, Home; Ramrao Bhonsale as Additional Secretary, Revenue Sagar Division; Mrs Bela Devarshi Shukla as Deputy Secretary, Higher Education; Ms Priyanka Das as Collector, Hoshangabad; Avinash Lawania as Commissioner, Bhopal Municipal Corporation; Abhishek Singh as CEO, Bhopal Cooperative Milk Federation Limited, Bhopal; Anubha Shrivastava as Collector, Shahdol; Shashibushan Singh as Collector, Khargone; Tarun Rathi as Deputy Secretary, PWD and GM, Personnel MP Road Development Corporation, Bhopal; Bhaskar Lakshkar as Deputy Secretary, Labour; Chhote Singh as Deputy Secretary, Women and Child Development; Basant Kurre as Additional Commissioner, Commercial Taxes, Indore; Mrs Sarita Bala Om Prajapati as Deputy Secretary, PHE and V L Kantarao was given an additional charge of Principal Secretary, Sports and Youth Welfare Department.

Deepak Khandekar declines offer of central deputation as Secretary, Tribal Affairs? (UPDATED)
The fresh appointment of Deepak Khandekar as Chairman of Professional Examination Board (Vyapam) in his cadre (Madhya Pradesh) shows every indication that he will not accept the post of Secretary, Tribal Affairs on central deputation. Khandekar, who belongs to a 1985 batch IAS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre, was deputed to the Government of India and was to succeed incumbent Mrs Leena Nair on July 1 this year.
 
 


WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD

Mrs Pardal is Non Exec Dir of Graviss Hospitality

Graviss Hospitality Ltd has appointed Mrs Tina Pardal as Non-Executive Non-Independent Woman Director of the company.

Murthy quits as CS of Teamlease Services

C Mruthunjaya Murthy has quit as Company Secretary of Teamlease Services Limited.

Chatterji quits as Independent Director of Texmaco Infrastructure & Holdings

Dipankar Chatterji has quit as Independent Director of Texmaco Infrastructure & Holdings Ltd.

Gupta is CFO of Hanung Toys & Textiles

Hanung Toys & Textiles Ltd has appointed Ajay Gupta as a Chief Financial Officer of the company.

FORUM

DEBATE (1)

Ratan Tata best choice for political innings if he desires. He carries the rich Tata legacy of India’s successful industrialisation and growth. A very suitable choice if he decides to play a decisive role in Indian politics.

Shekhar Ghosh

 

DEBATE (2)

RIL Chairman Mukesh Ambani may not join politics but he can atleast be a Member of the Rajya Sabha and participate in governance.

Subhash Khatri

 

“The Great Top Bureaucracy of India : Self Before Country”

NN Vohra, the present Governor J&K, is the direct beneficiary of "loss" of his report on politico-bureaucratic-police-business having terror links.

Longest serving bureaucrat post-retirement, euphemistically called the " Field Marshal of bureaucracy " who had headed the committee as union home secy with inputs from CBI, IB, RAW.

Annexures, containing names of influential politicos, bureaucrats and their secret terror links, are more important than the main text carrying explosive details. Leakage of sensational details will destabilise all political parties across the board.

Criminalisation of politics and the nexus among criminals, bureaucrats and politicians. Their roles in Mumbai serial blasts of March 1993 and links with Dawood Ibrahim is proved beyond doubt.

Now, even, Nawaz Sharif ex-PM Pakistan has woken up from deep slumber to spill the beans about Pakistan ISI’s total involvement in Mumbai blasts. India did not need a certificate from him who maintained total silence all these 25 years.

For fear of getting caught, no attempt was made by successive political dispensations either to retrieve the " lost" report or hang those responsible for its safe custody. The infamously called Vohra committee report was submitted to the then political dispensation in October 1993 in the wake of March 12,1993 Mumbai serial blasts.

All former Cabinet Secretaries, Principal Secretaries to PM, Union Home Secretaries, Senior officers posted in MHA’s internal security wing must be privy to details. All acted at the behest of their political masters and were richly rewarded with political sinecures, Constitutional appointments, tribunals etc.

Hamamm mei sab...

 

Will PM Modi take the call in the national interest ? The country wants to know.

A K Saxena ( A former civil servant)

 

CVC should be pro-active

When information about corruption is received under the RTI Atc, we forward it to the Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) for taking necessary action. The most funniest part is that CVC considers the information as anonymous. They forward it to the concerned Ministries/Departments for taking appropriate action. CVC also writes to the person who has obtained RTI information to verify his/her identity. When something is in black & white, the CVC should become pro-active and not treat the information received under the RTI Act callously.

BBS

Data with RTI

Penalty for delay in transfer of application

The appellant sought information regarding the name and address of the Employee’s Insurance Court. The PIO did not provided reply timely leading to issue of the show cause notice why maximum penalty should not be imposed against him for not furnishing the information within prescribed timelines. After going through the explanation of the PIO, the CIC noted that the RTI application was transferred after 16 days delay excluding the five days mandate as specified under the RTI Act. The CIC noted that information was provided by PIO after 67 days from the date of receiving the RTI application. The CIC imposed a penalty of Rs. 16,750/- on the PIO and directed to recover the amount from the salary payable to the PIO.

 

Comments

There is a prescribed timeline of 5 days for the transfer of RTI application which should be adhered to  by the PIO.

Citation: Shambhu Prasad v. PIO, ESIC in CIC/ESICO/A/2017/130089, Date of Decision - 2.5.2018

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is the co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION – LAW AND PRACTICand PIO’s guide to RTI. Her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at - http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/

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