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Former BSF chief EN Rammohan passes away at 77; 'legend' was known for counter-insurgency operations
India

Former BSF chief EN Rammohan passes away at 77; 'legend' was known for counter-insurgency operations

Former BSF director general (DG) EN Rammohan passed away on Sunday. He was 77.

OP Singh to be new DGP of Uttar Pradesh Police, replaces Sulkhan Singh
India

OP Singh to be new DGP of Uttar Pradesh Police, replaces Sulkhan Singh

Om Prakash Singh will be the new Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh.

Senior IPS officer YC Modi, who probed Gujarat riots cases, takes over as new NIA chief
India

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

UPSC to conduct 2018 civil services preliminary exam on 3 June, will issue notification in February
India

UPSC to conduct 2018 civil services preliminary exam on 3 June, will issue notification in February

The civil services preliminary examination to select IAS and IPS officers among others has been scheduled to be held on 3 June, 2018, the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has said.

Centre mulls new proposal where IPS officers may have to shed weight to get promotion
India

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.

UPSC results 2017: 'Be humble, committed', Jitendra Singh tells civil services exam toppers
India

UPSC results 2017: 'Be humble, committed', Jitendra Singh tells civil services exam toppers

Union minister Jitendra Singh and senior bureaucrats told the top 20 rank holders of the UPSC civil services exams to remain humble and committed to their job.

UPSC Result 2017 declared: Karnataka girl Nandini KR tops, 1,099 candidates qualify
India

UPSC Result 2017 declared: Karnataka girl Nandini KR tops, 1,099 candidates qualify

The results for Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service Exam conducted in 2016 have been declared on Wednesday evening.

Obituary: KPS Gill, a towering and controversial figure who crushed Punjab militancy with an iron fist
India

Obituary: KPS Gill, a towering and controversial figure who crushed Punjab militancy with an iron fist

Kanwar Pal Singh Gill will be best remembered in India’s post-Independent history as the ‘supercop’ who successfully eliminated militancy in Punjab with an iron fist and saved the state from becoming a ‘Khalistan’.

KPS Gill passes away: 'Supercop' who had as many admirers as he did detractors
India

KPS Gill passes away: 'Supercop' who had as many admirers as he did detractors

Hailed by many as a supercop who ruthlessly stamped out terrorism from Punjab, KPS Gill had an equal number of detractors who slammed his alleged human rights violations in his campaign against Khalistani militancy

Shortage of over 1,400 IAS, 900 IPS officers in country, Govt tells Lok Sabha
India

Shortage of over 1,400 IAS, 900 IPS officers in country, Govt tells Lok Sabha

The highest number of 128 vacancies for IAS are in Bihar, followed by 117 in Uttar Pradesh and 101 in West Bengal, said Singh, Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions.

Techie's murder in Chennai: Corrupt police service, rapid urbanisation behind rise in crime
India

Techie's murder in Chennai: Corrupt police service, rapid urbanisation behind rise in crime

A madman packed a sickle in his backpack and slashed a young woman to death at 6:45 am in Nungambakkam railway station, Chennai.

Recasting Collector Saab: How civil services exam, its applicants have evolved over time
India

Recasting Collector Saab: How civil services exam, its applicants have evolved over time

The new lot in civil services are not just lured by beacon light and paraphernalia of ‘Collector Saab’. They want to ‘bring change’.

Pathankot attack: Questions that were never asked about the terror strike
India

Pathankot attack: Questions that were never asked about the terror strike

There are some critical questions about the Pathankot terror attack which were not asked but should've been answered.

Strategy to prevent cyber crime to be evolved soon: Rajnath Singh
India

Strategy to prevent cyber crime to be evolved soon: Rajnath Singh

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said a strategy to prevent cyber crime will be evolved soon.

UPSC row: Parliamentary proceedings disrupted, stir continues
Politics

UPSC row: Parliamentary proceedings disrupted, stir continues

The Opposition made a strong pitch for setting up of a Joint Parliamentary Committee to probe the matter, saying it involved the career of lakhs of students.

Panel submits report on pattern of civil services exams
India

Panel submits report on pattern of civil services exams

The three-member committee under the chairmanship of former Secretary of Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) Arvind Varma was formed in March this year to look into demands of students for changes in the pattern of civil services examination.

Mumbai police commissioner Satyapal Singh resigns, to join BJP?
Mumbai

Mumbai police commissioner Satyapal Singh resigns, to join BJP?

Singh, has become the first Mumbai police commissioner to have resigned from his post and said that he wanted to serve the nation with a renewed energy.

Why are govt babus with sexual harassment cases shielded from RTI?
India

Why are govt babus with sexual harassment cases shielded from RTI?

The Government has declined to share information on complaints of sexual harassment against IAS officers, saying it was exempted from disclosure.

'BCCI not an NSF, can't recommend players for govt awards': IPS
Sports

'BCCI not an NSF, can't recommend players for govt awards': IPS

A couple filed a suit in the Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court asking how the BCCI could nominate players for government awards despite not being one of the National Sports Federations.