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Jul 08, 2018
Turkey dismisses over 18,000 civil servants ahead of expected end of Emergency after two yearsTurkey issued a decree on Sunday dismissing more than 18,000 civil servants, half of which were from the police force.
Jun 12, 2018
Lateral recruitment to senior govt posts will show bureaucrats they are not irreplaceable, can't ride exam success foreverAs someone who has worked in the private sector for more than five years, I was elated reading the notification regarding 'Lateral Recruitment to Senior Positions in Government of India'
May 01, 2018
T Shahid, madrasa-educated man from Kerala, clears UPSC exam, says he wanted to break terror stereotypeBattling severe financial crisis at home, T Shahid, who studied at a madrasa, has secured rank 693 in the UPSC Civil Services Exam 2017 in his sixth attempt.
Apr 15, 2018
Former bureaucrats write to prime minister on Kathua and Unnao rape cases, ask him to check 'free fall into anarchy'In a strongly-worded open letter to Narendra Modi, a group of former civil servants on Sunday asked him to check the nation's "free fall into anarchy."
Jul 29, 2017
RTI act can hinder bureaucrats from giving honest advice during decision-making, says Arun JaitleyThe RTI Act can sometimes inhibit bureaucrats from giving their honest opinion during the process of decision making, Arun Jaitley said
Apr 21, 2017
Narendra Modi tells civil servants he does not lack the political will to carry out reformsPrime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that he did not lack the political will needed to carry out reforms.
Apr 20, 2017
Rajnath Singh pulls up bureaucrats for delay in event, counsels them on punctuality and accountabilityHome Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday asked bureaucrats to stand up against the wrongdoings of political masters, and take decisions in the interest of people and the nation.
Nov 22, 2016
Turkey dismisses over 15,000 civil servants in latest coup purgeTurkey on Tuesday dismissed over 15,000 more civil servants, police officers and military personnel within the state of emergency imposed after the July failed coup, in a purge that shows no sign of slowing.
Feb 19, 2016
A tale of three 'suicides': Politicians, media needs to handle deaths with sensitivityWhen 34-year-old DK Ravi, an additional commissioner of Commercial Tax (Enforcement) in Bengaluru was found hanging on 16 March, 2015 at his residence, the alleged suicide sparked off a political furore
Dec 03, 2015
Sri Lanka doctors strike to demand tax-free carsThousands of doctors in Sri Lanka's state-run hospitals went on strike on Thursday to demand the government reinstate their right to import tax-free cars after withdrawing the perk in the latest budget.