This year in January, Faesal broke his long silence and praised the government's vaccination drive.
Ajay Kumar Singh (50) suffered a heart attack while he was on his way to the counting centre
1987 batch IFS officer found in possession of disproportionate assets to the tune of Rs 9.35 crore beyond his known sources of income.
Athar Aamir-ul-Shafi Khan made it to the Indian Administrative Services securing the second rank in 2017.
In a first of its kind in Odisha, a district magistrate has been booked for his involvement in the murder of his former personal assistant
Sivasankar accused of being involved in smuggling gold though diplomatic channels
The top court asked Centre to not issue any notification for 2021 UPSC examination till February 1
Candidates who have qualified UPSC Prelim exam have been asked to apply again in the Detailed Application Form-I (DAF-I) for the civil services (main) examination, 2020.
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The exercise will use scale and state of the art infrastructure to augment the capacity of civil servants, Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted.
Gave up Infosys job to serve the country
Daughter of daily wage workers, Sreedhanya Suresh is the first IAS officer from a tribal community in Kerala
The current lot of IAS officers compares very favourably to the older generation. But political interference and indecision over structure and evaluation can...
Sultanpur, in UP, Class X in a state board Hindi medium, and public spaces hostile to girls…nothing deterred Pratibha Verma from first cracking IIT, then IAS
Inspired by Anu Dahiya, a housewife and mother from Sonipat who stood second in 2017, fellow Haryanvi Pradeep Singh tried IAS for the third time…and came...
What is prompting civil servants to quit one of the most coveted professions in India?
She balanced housework, parental duty and an intense study regimen. Then, she struck gold.
Himachal prodigy pursues childhood dream of becoming an IAS officer
Student from small village overcame language barrier to crack the tough exams
Lost eyesight at the age of five but this Tamil Nadu girl never stopped dreaming
Veterinary science beckoned, but his journey from a north Kashmir village without newspapers, computers or the internet took him straight to the IAS
An engineer who found her calling in UPSC
With the highest strike rate, RSS-linked Samkalp has former students everywhere in the services
The IAS isn’t a preserve of the elite any longer. Candidates from the hinterland, often with disadvantaged backgrounds, are laying claim to its hallowed...
Former IAS officer Kannan Gopinathan, who quit civil services last year, tells Outlook that he won't rejoin his post and that he will continue fighting for...