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PMO issues strict guidelines for weeding out corrupt bureaucrats; over 1,000 disciplinary records being scrutinised
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PMO issues strict guidelines for weeding out corrupt bureaucrats; over 1,000 disciplinary records being scrutinised

After reviewing ongoing action against corrupt bureaucrats, the Prime Minister Office (PMO) has decided that Central government departments must examine and submit a list of deadwood and dishonest officers every few months to increase trust and transparency in the system

Bureaucrats beware: Narendra Modi 2.0 gives bureaucracy a taste of what working for a strong govt is going to be like
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Bureaucrats beware: Narendra Modi 2.0 gives bureaucracy a taste of what working for a strong govt is going to be like

After a long gap, the bureaucracy has been unambiguously told to align itself with the government’s agenda and do what is expected. But it may take a little longer for Indian bureaucrats to shake off their tone-deafness accumulated over decades and recognise the real message

League of  Extraordinary Bureaucrats
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League of Extraordinary Bureaucrats

Septuagenarian bureaucrats like Nripendra Misra and Bimal Jalan have been reinventing themselves to stay relevant even now

RBI governor Shaktikanta Das takes charge: Seen as a safe bet by govt, new chief of Mint Street starts on a weak wicket
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RBI governor Shaktikanta Das takes charge: Seen as a safe bet by govt, new chief of Mint Street starts on a weak wicket

Das is a post-graduate in history and he cleared one exam many years back. Typically, the RBI governor tends to have a Ph.D. in economics.

Full Text: 60 ex-bureaucrats turn up the heat on CAG over 'unconscionable delay' in audit reports of Rafale, demonetisation
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Full Text: 60 ex-bureaucrats turn up the heat on CAG over 'unconscionable delay' in audit reports of Rafale, demonetisation

As many as 60 former bureaucrats have written to the Comptroller Auditor General of India urging the public funds' watchdog to make its report on Rafale deal and demonetisation public.

Over 6,000 private sector specialists applied for 'lateral entry' to 10 joint secretary posts in govt, says official
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Over 6,000 private sector specialists applied for 'lateral entry' to 10 joint secretary posts in govt, says official

The Centre is recruiting 10 joint secretaries in a few departments through "lateral entry", allowing private sector talents to join the central administration.

5 IAS, 116 RAS officers transferred, re-designated in Rajasthan in yet another bureaucratic reshuffle
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5 IAS, 116 RAS officers transferred, re-designated in Rajasthan in yet another bureaucratic reshuffle

In yet another bureaucratic reshuffle, the Rajasthan government has transferred and redesignated five more IAS officers and 116 RAS officers.

Lateral hiring: Gate-crashers or talent pool are the two ways IAS officers may see new entrants
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Lateral hiring: Gate-crashers or talent pool are the two ways IAS officers may see new entrants

IAS officers have different views on the government's lateral hiring plan.

'Assault' on Delhi chief secretary: Deputy CM Manish Sisodia urges L-G Anil Baijal to order bureaucrats to resume work
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'Assault' on Delhi chief secretary: Deputy CM Manish Sisodia urges L-G Anil Baijal to order bureaucrats to resume work

Delhi deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia urged Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to order bureaucrats to resume work.

AAP vs Delhi chief secretary: Party appeals to bureaucrats to allow govt work to continue
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AAP vs Delhi chief secretary: Party appeals to bureaucrats to allow govt work to continue

AAP appealed to bureaucrats protesting the alleged assault on the Chief Secretary not to obstruct Delhi government's work.

FIR lodged against former Manipur CM Ibobi Singh and five others for alleged misuse of govt funds
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FIR lodged against former Manipur CM Ibobi Singh and five others for alleged misuse of govt funds

An FIR has been lodged against former Manipur chief minister O Ibobi Singh and five former bureaucrats of the state for alleged financial irregularities in the Manipur Development Society (MDS), a police officer said on Saturday

Narendra Modi asks senior bureaucrats to work towards improving processes of governance
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Narendra Modi asks senior bureaucrats to work towards improving processes of governance

Narendra Modi on Thursday interacted with a group of over 80 bureaucrats and asked them to work with clear objectives towards creating a New India by 2022

Independence Day: New Delhi gets unprecedented ground-to-air security cover ahead of event
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Independence Day: New Delhi gets unprecedented ground-to-air security cover ahead of event

The national capital, including the Red Fort from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on the 71st Independence Day on Tuesday, has been put under an unprecedented ground-to-air security cover

Narendra Modi asks top bureaucrats to identify goals to be achieved by 2022
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Narendra Modi asks top bureaucrats to identify goals to be achieved by 2022

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday asked top bureaucrats to identify concrete goals to be achieved by 2022.

CBI raids on Chidambaram and son Karti: Bureaucrat-politician corruption nexus set to take massive hit
India

CBI raids on Chidambaram and son Karti: Bureaucrat-politician corruption nexus set to take massive hit

At the heart of the day-long raids by the CBI at the residences of former finance minister P Chidambaram and his son, Karti, lie New Delhi’s attempts to lift the thick smokescreen that — for decades — has helped many route illegal cash: India’s growing menace of suitcase companies

Drunk on power? Bureaucrats, cops see red as BJP's 'saffron brigade' under Yogi Adityanath go overboard
Politics

Drunk on power? Bureaucrats, cops see red as BJP's 'saffron brigade' under Yogi Adityanath go overboard

On Sunday, veteran Gorakhpur legislator Radha Mohan Das Agarwal, who is also a confidant of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, not only took on a woman police officer but publicly humiliated her, so much so that the woman in uniform broke down and was seen in TV footage wiping her tears.

Demonetisation: Flipkart's 'almost entire' business done electronically now, says Sachin Bansal
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Demonetisation: Flipkart's 'almost entire' business done electronically now, says Sachin Bansal

Payments are going to be the largest bet from technology point of view.

Arun Jaitley sees nothing wrong in ministers, bureaucrats talking freely on social media
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Arun Jaitley sees nothing wrong in ministers, bureaucrats talking freely on social media

Jaitley said Narendra Modi had set an example of communicating via social media even before he came to Delhi as Prime Minister.

Crony capitalists, inept babus feel the heat as Modi tightens screws of a creaky system
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Crony capitalists, inept babus feel the heat as Modi tightens screws of a creaky system

Couple of recent markers suggest that the Modi regime is working behind the scenes to ensure a cleaner and more efficient government which was part of its campaign promise in 2014.

Govt keen on taking action against corrupt public servants: Jitendra Singh
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Govt keen on taking action against corrupt public servants: Jitendra Singh

The government is committed to protecting and providing incentives to honest and performing civil servants but determined to act tough against corruption, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said on Sunday.