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SC directs Centre to frame 'proper guidelines' on granting writers to persons with disability during exams
Expressing its disquiet over the disconnect that exist between govt departments in the matter, the court said that the left hand of the government does not know what the right one is doing
Ex-finance secretary Rajiv Kumar assumes charge as election commissioner, replaces Ashok Lavasa
Kumar, a retired 1984-batch IAS officer of the Jharkhand cadre, will have a five-year tenure and retire in 2025. He will preside over the next Lok Sabha polls in 2024
Sushant Singh Rajput case: Centre moves SC, seeks to be impleaded as party in Rhea Chakraborty's plea
The actor has sought transfer of an FIR lodged against her in Patna, in connection with Sushant Singh Rajput's death, to Mumbai
Rajiv Kumar appointed as new finance secratary: Officer from Jharkhand cadre credited with undertaking reforms in banking sector
Rajiv Kumar, currently serving as Financial Services Secretary, was on Tuesday designated as the new Finance Secretary.
Ex-interim CBI chief Nageswara Rao's apology not unconditional, wilfully disobeyed orders, says miffed Supreme Court
The Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected the defence put by former CBI interim director M Nageswara Rao and legal advisor S Bhasuram to escape punishment for contempt of court saying their apology was not unconditional "though it was stated to be so" and they have willfully disobeyed its orders
Central public sector enterprises to implement 10% quota for economically weaker sections from 1 February
The Constitutional amendment to provide the 10 percent quota to the EWS among the general category received assent of Ram Nath Kovind on 12 January
SC tells UPSC secy to appear before it, asks whether panel prepares list of officers for appointment as DGP
A bench headed by Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi sought the presence of the Union Public Service Commission secretary at 10.30 am Wednesday
Uttar Pradesh women IAS officers displeased with 'regressive' amended child care leave policy, say it goes against equality
The new rules, applicable throughout the country, came into effect through a notification on 11 December, 2018.
Shah Faesal rapped by Centre: 'Rapistan' tweet only a decoy, govt was upset with IAS topper over cadre plan
In May 2010, when results of civil service exam (CSE) were announced, Shah Faesal, a 27-year-old doctor from Kashmir received unprecendented adulation. The reason was simple. When a narrative of hardship and struggle mixed with personal tragedy culminates in success, it makes for a great story.
Shah Faesal bats for freedom of speech for bureaucrats after Centre orders action over 'Rapistan' tweet
After Centre ordered a disciplinary action against Jammu and Kashmir bureacrat Shah Faesal for his 'rapistan' tweet, Faesal said "We are not mere pen-pushers here who have no business to participate in the larger debate around social issues just because our opinions can be misinterpreted as being critical of the government of the day."
Jammu and Kashmir bureaucrat Shah Faesal faces Centre's ire over 'Rapistan' tweet; Omar Abdullah tweets in support of 2010 IAS topper
The Jammu and Kashmir government has initiated disciplinary action against 2010-batch IAS exam topper Faesal for his tweet about frequent rapes which was seen by the Centre's Department of Personnel and Training as his failure to maintain absolute honesty and integrity in discharge of duties.
Government to start lateral hiring from private sector for joint secretaries in key ministries: All you need to know
The government has invited candidates from the private sector to apply for joint secretary-level positions through lateral hiring.
Acid attack victims and people with autism, mental illnesses to get reserved seats in central govt jobs
People with autism, mental illnesses, intellectual disability and victims of acid attacks will now get quota in central government jobs
Submit details of assets by 31 January or lose promotions, foreign postings: Centre tells IAS officers
All IAS officers have been asked to submit details of their assets by January and warned that the failure to do so would lead to a denial of vigilance clearances needed for promotions and foreign postings.
Senior IPS officer YC Modi, who probed Gujarat riots cases, takes over as new NIA chief
Senior IPS officer YC Modi, who was part of a Supreme Court-appointed team that probed the 2002 Gujarat riots cases, took over as NIA chief
In major bureaucratic reshuffle, Rakesh Asthana appointed CBI Special Director; Gurbachan Singh is new IB Special Director
Gurbachan Singh was earlier Additional Director in IB and Asthana was Additional Director in CBI.
Bureaucratic reshuffle today: Rajiv Kumar appointed DFS Secretary; Gujarat's Anita Karwal is new CBSE chief
Senior bureaucrat Rajiv Kumar was appointed Secretary in the Department of Financial Services (DFS)
Bureaucratic reshuffle: Department of Personnel and Training appoints 35 senior officials in new roles
Thirty-five senior bureaucrats have been appointed as secretaries and additional secretaries in various Central government departments as part of a reshuffle
Centre mulls new proposal where IPS officers may have to shed weight to get promotion
Indian Police Service (IPS) officers with pot bellies may soon have to shed those extra kilos to earn promotions.
Central Information Commission directs govt to disclose data of officers facing corruption charges
The Central Information Commission (CIC) has directed the government to proactively put in the public domain data about officials facing corruption cases in each department.