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A Kerala minister has accused an IAS officer of allegedly conspiring with the RSS for pulling down a cross erected in an "
The UP government today shunted out tainted Vice Chairman of Lucknow Development Authority Satyendra Singh while effecting
In the first major bureaucratic reshuffle by Yogi Adityanath government, 20 senior IAS officers, including Principal Secre
Madhya Pradesh government has served a notice to a woman IAS officer for raising some serious questions about the Centre's
The performance appraisal reports of IAS and IPS officers, who have retired two years ago, will be destroyed by the Centre
The Punjab government today has issued transfer and posting orders of 19 IAS and one PCS officers with immediate effect.
The Centre has decided to amend rules to allow online filing of performance reports of IAS and IPS officers.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has changed service rules to allow married IAS and IPS officers to get same cadre state.
Senior IAS officer Sanjay Pratap Singh and his personal assistant have been summoned as accused by a special court here fo
Senior IAS officer Sanjeev Dubey today committed suicide by hanging himself at his residence here, police said.
Ashok Mitra argues in the Telegraph that backward districts need the presence of senior IAS officers:
In the early 1930s, Mahatma Gandhi shifted himself to the wilderness of the then semi-village, Wardha, right at the dead centre of the country. He was always a bit of an old fox. He had a purpose in mind: to force political eminence seeking his darshan to undergo the drudgery of travelling to Wardha; they would thereby come to comprehend the dire plight of the nation’s overwhelming majority and be awash with noblesse oblige. Leaders in the post-Independence era missed the point of Gandhi’s message. Having paid some lip service to the cause of the underdog, they chose to concentrate on developing an intensely class-skewed metropolitan culture. The consequences of their decision are now gradually being revealed. Despatching hard-boiled civil servants to the countryside is no guarantee that things will change, but it could at least have one, not insignificant, spin-off. As the civil servants begin to travel to the country’s god-forsaken interior, ruling politicians might feel compelled not to be far behind.
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