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
Govt increases dearness allowance by 5% for central govt employees, pensioners; move to cost exchequer Rs 16,000 cr
The government on Wednesday announced the highest ever 5 percentage points increase in dearness allowance (DA) which will bring cheers to 50 lakh central employees and 65 lakh pensioners ahead of Diwali
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
'Certain CBI probes don't take direction desirable to govt,' says Alok Verma in Supreme Court petition against removal
In his petition in the Supreme Court, Alok Verma emphasised the need to allow the CBI "to function completely independently and autonomously".
SC stays declaration of 2017 SSC CGL examinations; says people benefiting from 'tainted' test cannot get into service
A bench of Justices SA Bobde and L Nageswara Rao stayed the declaration of the results after perusing a CBI status report indicting several SSC officials and the custodian of the examination paper.
Shah Faesal's 'Rapistan' tweet, govt response sparks off conversation on conduct rules for bureaucrats in India
Many have come out in support of IAS officer Shah Faesal, defending his freedom of expression while questioning the government’s decision to reprimand him.
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.
Centre informs SC that selection committee to meet on 1 March to deliberate on appointment of Lokpal
The Centre informed the Supreme Court that a meeting of the Selection Committee is scheduled to take place on 1 March to deliberate on the steps to be taken for the appointment of a Lokpal
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.
CVC ignored CBI recommendations and closed graft cases against AIIMS senior staff, claims whistleblower
Central Vigilance Commission closed cases of corruption involving senior functionaries in Delhi's AIIMS, whistleblower IFS officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi has claimed.
Centre declines sharing details of CBI chief appointment, cites confidentiality clause under RTI Act
The Personnel Ministry has refused to share details on the appointment of the CBI chief citing confidentiality clause under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
Sanjay Kothari, Chairman of Public Enterprises Selection Board, has been appointed as secretary to President-elect Ram Nath Kovind.
MHA moots withdrawal of NFU: Could end dreams of timely promotions and salary hikes for paramilitary
The home ministry is working on a proposal to do away with the "organised services" status, which ensures a timely promotion and salary hike of officers, and subsequently, reject the demand for additional monetary benefits to officers of paramilitary and defence forces.
RTI Act: Govt proposes stopping proceedings if applicant dies; proposal comes under severe criticism
The NDA government has proposed a new set of rules for processing Right to Information (RTI) applications, complaints and appeals and has sought suggestions from the public by April 15.
A parliamentary panel's recommendation to make details on moderation of marks of aspirants of civil services examination public, has not been accepted by both the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and the government.
The recommendations of a central panel for 27 percent reservation for OBCs in private sector jobs on Tuesday evoked favourable reactions from parties.
Three ex-Supreme Court judges, a former high court chief justice, one UGC member and an information commissioner are among 16 persons who have applied for the chairmanship of proposed anti-corruption body Lokpal.
A complainant in sexual harassment case will be allowed three months paid leave, said the government's new sexual harassment guidelines.
Watching porn is not a crime, Supreme Court of India said on Thursday and declined a plea to pass an interim order to block porn websites in India.
All central government officials will have to file details of their assets and liabilities twice this year in the wake of implementation of the Lokpal Act.