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Is the opposition unity real ?

Everyone knew that Modi government will not fall in the aftermath of the no confidence motion tabled against it on Friday. What was important to see was that how many votes each side gets and which side has more cracks -- the opposition or ruling coalition. Astonishingly enough, there were 325 votes for the government despite opposition’s claim that many ruling coalition members were with it. The BJP has only 274 (331 with allies) Members in the lower house and the so called united opposition has to content with 126 votes. As many as 48 Members, however, abstained from voting.

 

 

Who can face Modi ?

A big question these days is that Who can face the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on dais ? It is said that only Shashi Tharoor can face him on dais and emerge victorious. Any takers ?.

 

 

 

 

 

Bachchkaana...

I'm still in Shimla and today I meet my respected friend ...retired Senior Bureaucrat.....at his home post the Vote on the No Confidence Motion. Over tea and muffins we get chatting. 

 

Me: In the morning there was news that RaGa had misplaced his speech ...

Respected Friend: News plant.....  maybe he was having a rethink if he should speak in Parliament....

M: But when he spoke it was vintage RaGa.... 15 lac became 15000....Modi ji bar jaathe hai....fumbled and clarified he meant bahar jaathe.... was like a broken record... 15 lacs... jobs....Rafalle etc etc. And then started the real Comedy  Show...

RF: Ha ...ha.... started with ....Congress is not an angry Party... what a joke... in anger what language they've used for PM..... and when Congress cadres get angry.... a few trees shake and 10,000   people are killed......then RaGa childishly bragged   'My Party MPs praised me for my speech during adjournment ... even BJP MPs praised me..... and then Akali Dal MP was smiling at me'.... later Harsimrat Badal clarified ...she was not smiling but was wanting to ask him what he smoked in the morning!!

M: His Rafalle barb ended with 12 eggs on his face .... Raksha Mantri punctured his allegation...and then French Government and French President issued  statements that trashed his charge....and by the way after he had met French President he had tweeted about the meeting but then he had made no mention of Rafalle...why????

RF: Then the icing on the cake......childishly he said PM can't look him in the eye...and PM burst out laughing while staring at him...and then RaGa

went and hugged PM....  its against protocol... he could have hugged Narendra Modi later outside in the Hall... hugging PM in Parliament was a no no.....and then he returned to his seat and winked at Scindia... meaning it was all a joke!!

M: Isse galle lagnaa nahi galle padna kehte hai...and he was out of place asking PM to stand!!! His speech was khokla ......

RF: Yes very Bachchkaana act..... he rightly called himself Pappu!! I'd say Pappu and Gappu!!

M: I think when Mulayam Singh speaks in Parliament.... LS TV  should give subtitles....

RF: And Rajnath Singh effectively punctured Congress's claim that it gave and preserved Democracy....

M: I simply don't understand ....on what grounds did Sonia appoint Kharge LOP....and Didi's MPs need tutorials on how and why India has progressed...AIADMK speeches were more like  propoganda ...

RF: TRS MPs seemed to be more  angry with Congress..... TDP's American Accent MP forgot that AP is not the only State in India and then which Party broke up erstwhile AP....

M: And then PM spoke.... what a speech..... doh daala!!

RF: Every stupidity of RaGa explained.... and his revelations on NPA were really revealing.... the Phone Banking via which Loans were doled out!!!

M: So brutal was Modi's attack that RaGa was left making faces and his Mother looked flabbergasted!!

RF: Abh when you scold a Bachcha what else will he do.....make faces.... aur kya!!

 

And in the end Opposition neither got Optics nor Numbers.... and BJP emerged bigger!!

 

M: Left Congress in such a bad situation that Congress can't dare to even use its standard excuse when they are bashed.....Moral Victory!!

 

Exchange Good Nights and I return to my Hotel room

 

Disclaimer:  Satire. Not meant to influence, inform, insult or caste any aspersions. Purely for Entertainment purposes only. With inputs from MSM, SM  and Blogs

VJS

 

 

DEBATE

Have the bureaucrats become slaves of their political masters for petty gains ?

An MP cadre senior IAS officer has recently created a hornet’s nest among bureaucrats by publicly criticising the civil servants saying that they have let their spine rot and say only what their masters want to hear for the sake of few ‘privileges’. What the civil servants across the nation think about the above charge on bureaucrats.
 
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BUREAUCRACY
S N Agarwal appointed as Member (Staff), Railway Board

S N Agarwal, IRSE, GM, South Eastern Railway, has been appointed as Member (Staff), Railway Board. He is an IRSE officer.

(We said this on June 6 )

Justice Vineet Saran recommended as SC Judge

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the name of Justice Vineet Saran, Chief Justice of Orissa High Court as Judge of the Supreme Court.

(We said this on July 13,2018)

Justice Ms Indira Banerjee recommended as SC Judge

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended name of Justice Ms Indira Banerjee, Chief Justice of Madras High Court as Judge of the Supreme Court.

(We said this on July 13,2018)

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice Ms Gita Mittal as J&K HC CJ

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the name of Justice Ms Gita Mittal, senior-most Judge from Delhi High Court who had been functioning as Acting Chief Justice of Delhi High Court as Chief Justice of the Jammu & Kashmir High Court.

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice Hrishikesh Roy as Kerala HC CJ

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the name of Justice Hrishikesh Roy senior-most Judge from Gauhati High Court who is functioning at present on transfer as Acting Chief Justice of Kerala High Court as Chief Justice of Kerala High Court .

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice V.K. Tahilramani as Madras HC CJ

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended name of Justice V.K. Tahilramani , senior most Judge from Bombay High Court to be appointed as Chief Justice of the Madras High Court .

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice M R Shah as Patna HC CJ

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended name of Justice M.R. Shah senior-most Judge of Gujarat High Court as Chief Justice of the Patna High Court.

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice Rajendra Menon as CJ of Delhi HC

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended name of Justice Rajendra Menon , Chief Justice of Patna High Court as Chief Justice of Delhi High Court while revising its earlier decision of recommending Justice Aniruddha Bose, senior most Judge of Calcutta High Court as Chief Justice of Delhi High Court.

SC Collegium recommends name of Justice Aniruddha Bose as Jharkhand HC CJ

The Supreme Court Collegium has recommended the name ofJustice Aniruddha Bose as Chief Justice of the Jharkhand High Court.

N P Diwakar appointed as Director (Tech), BDL

N P Diwakar, ED, BDL, has been appointed as Director (Technical), Bharat Dynamics Limited (BDL). The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has approved his appointment to the post.

Gurmeet Singh appointed as Director (Mkt), IOCL

Gurmeet Singh, ED, IOCL, has been appointed as Director (Marketing), Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL). The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has approved his appointment to the post.

Nambiar promoted as Chief Engineer in MES

K M Nambiar has been promoted to the grade of Chief Engineer in the Military Engineers Service.

Tenure of Trilok Chandra on central deputation extended

The central deputation tenure of Trilok Chandra as Director, Electronics & Information Technology has been extended uptoJuly 28, 2019. He is a 1998 batch ITS officer.

Who succeeds Dr Singh as DGP, Meghalaya ?

Who will be succeeding Dr S B Singh as Director General of Police, Meghayala as the extended tenure of incumbent is ending on July 31, 2018? .Panel of three names has been sent.

Pawan Kumar Agarwal likely to return to parent cadre in Aug

Pawan Kumar Agarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, is expected to return to parent cadre in August after completion of seven years on central deputation. He is a 1985 batch IAS officer of West Bengal cadre.

Pranab Nanda empanelled as ADG in GoI

Pranab Nanda has been empanelled as Additional Director General in Government of India. He is a 1988 batch IPS officer of UT cadre.

Election of one Shareholder Director of UBI next month

The election of one Director from amongst the shareholders of the United Bank of India (other than the Central Government on the Board of Directors of United Bank of India) during its AGM is to be held on August 14, 2018.

Jharkhand ACJ Justice DN Patel urges judges to work on holidays

Acting Chief Justice (ACJ) of Jharkhand High Court Justice DN Patel has urged all judges of the State to hold courts on holidays to dispose off pending cases.

Justice Arun Kumar retiring on August 21, 2018

Justice Arun Kumar, Additional Judge of Patna High Court, whose elevation as Permanent Judge had been recommended by Supreme Court Collegium is going to retire on attaining the age of superannuation on August 21, 2018.

POE vacancies emerge in five cities

Consequent upon the merger of former Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs with the Ministry of External Affairs, a total of five vacancies of the Protector of Emigrants (POE) at their offices located in Chennai , Cochin , Hyderabad, Jaipur and Mumbai have emerged.

IFS officer is Chairman OBB

M Satya Narayan has been appointed Chairman of the Odisha Biodiversity Board. He is 1984 batch IFS office.

R K Nagpal yet to assume charge as Ambassador to Republic of Venezuela

Rajiv Kumar Nagpal is yet to relinquish charge as Ambassador of India to Iceland for assuming charge as next Ambassador of India to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela.

IB(E)S rules to be amended

Ministry of I & B has proposed to amend recruitment rules of Indian Broadcasting (Engineering) Service (IB(E)S). A draft proposal regarding amendment has been put on the Ministry's website and suggestions/ comments/views can be send within 30 days.

Three IRS officers transferred

Three IRS (C&CE) officers have been transferred to new places. Accordingly, Vinaj Brij Singh,1995 batch, has been posted as Commissioner, CC(AR), CESTAT, Kolkata, Aashiq Zaman, 2009 batch going to Bhubneshwar GST Zone as Dy Commissioner and C V Manikanhaiya,2012 batch will join at Hyderabad GST Zone as Dy Commissioner.

Ms Kumawat assumes charge of Dy Director DGFT

After promotion to STS Ms Monica Kumawat Inidian Statistical Service(ISS) officer, has assumed the charge of Deputy Director in DGFT. Delhi.

Ms Shweta Kumar appointed Joint Director, Directorate of Economic & Statistics

Ms Shweta Kumar has been appointed as Joint Director, Directorate of Economics and Statistics under the Department of Agriculture, Cooperation and Farmers' Welfare. She is a 2008 batch IES officer.

Promotion of Indian Postal Service officer reverted

The Government of India has reverted the promotion of V Kangarajan, an Indian Postal Service officer, from Senior Time Scale to Junior Time Scale in view of disciplinary proceedings pending against him.

Ashwani Kumar Sinha appointed as CIT in PrCCIT, Mumbai office

Ashwani Kumar Sinha has been appointed as CIT in the office of Principal CCIT, Mumbai region. He is an IRS-IT officer.

GoI yet to appoint a Joint Secretary level officer as CMD, HLL

The Government of India is yet to appoint a Joint Secretary level officer to the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, HLL Lifecare Limited lying vacant since June 1, 2016.

Tenure of Mrs Vandana Bhatnagar on UN Mission ends

The tenure of foreign assignment of Mrs Vandana Bhatnagar as Human Resources Officer in UN Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS), has come to an end. She is an IRTS officer.

Extended tenure of Suman Mohapatra ending soon

The extended tenure of Suman Mohapatra on deputation as Conservator of Forests, Eastern Regional Office, Bhubaneswar, is ending in December, 2018. He is a 1995 batch IFS officer of Assam-Meghalaya cadre.

Major reshuffle of IPS officers in Rajasthan

More than six dozen IPS officers have been transferred and posted to different places in Rajasthan. Accordingly, N Ravindra Kumar Reddy has been appointed as Special DG, Law and Order while Dr Alok Tripathi was made DG, Anti-Corruption Bureau and Dr Bhupendra Singh is DG, Jail. Similarly, Mrs Smita Shrivastava as IG, Armed Battalion-II, Jaipur; Prafull Kumar as DIG, Anti-Terrorism, ATS; Dr Nitin Deep Blaggan as Additional Police Commissinoer, Jaipur; U L Chhanwal as DIG, Training; Sanjay Kumar Kshotriya as DIG, CB, Jaipur; Surendra Kumar Gupta as DIG, Anti Corruption Bureau; Dilip Kumar as DIG, RPTC, Jodhpur; Lalit Maheshwari as DIG, Jail Jodhpur; Ravi Datt Gaud as DIG, Armed Btt-1 PHQ, Jaipur; Laxman Gaud as DIG, Crime Branch; Prasann Kumar Khamesara as DIG, Personnel; Gaurav Shrivastava as Additional Police Commissioner, Jaipur; Sharat Kaviraj as DIG, SCRB, Jaipur; C Santosh Kumar Tukaram as DIG, SSB, Jaipur; Mrs S Parimala as DIG, Security-II, Jaipur; Vikas Kumar as DIG, Home Security, Jaipur; Deepak Kumar as DIG, CM Security; Ajay Pal Lamba as SP, Jaipur rural; Dr Vishnu Kant as Commandant 1st RAC, Jodhpur; Mrs Param Jyoti as Director,Intelligence Training Academy, Jaipur; Rajendra Singh as SP, Alwar; Jainarayan as SP, ACB, Jaipur; Sandeep Singh Chauhan as SP, CID, Civil Rights, Jaipur; Anshuman Bhomia as SP, CID, CB, Jaipur; Rahul Prakash as SP, Pali; Anil Kumar Tank as Principal, PTS, Kishangarh Ajmer; Mrs Mamta Rahul as Commandant, State Disaster Response Force; Barhat Rahul Manhardan as Deputy Police Commissioner, Jaipur East; Randhir Singh as SP, Crime Branch, Jaipur; Harendra Kuamr Mahawar as SP, Nagor; Dr Vikas Pathak as Deputy Police Commissioner, South; Om Prakash as SP, Bundi; Sameer Kumar Singh as SP, Swaimadhopur; Tejraj Singh Kharodia as SP, ACB, Bikaner; Rajesh Singh as SP, Ajmer; Jagdish Chandra Sharma as SP, Jaisalmer; Rajendra Prasad Goyal as SP, Crime Branch, Jaipur; Mrs Sweta Dhankhad as Commandant, Hadi Rani Bt, Ajmer; Ajay Singh as SP, Karauli; Yogesh Yadav as SP, Shriganganagar; Kunwar Rashtradeep as SP, Udayapur; Kalyan Mal Meena as SP, CID, SSB, Jodhpur; Anil Kumar-II, SP, Hanumangarh; Pradeep Mohan Sharma as Deputy Commissioner, PHQ, Traffic, Jodhpur; Deepak Bhargava as SP, Kota city; Sunil Kumar Vishnoi as SP, Baran; Manish Agrawal-II as SP, ATS; Dusht Daman Singh as SP, Dhaulpur; Dr Rameshwar Singh as SP, Bhilwara; Himmat Abhilash Tak as SPk CID, Intelligence, Jaipur; Dr Gagandeep Singla as Deputy Police Commissioner, PHQ, Jaipur; Deshmukh Paris Anil as SP, Jhunjhunu; Rathod Vinit Kumar Trikamalan as Deputy Commissioner, Crime Jaipur; Yadram Fansal as DIG, Jail, Jaipur; Manoj Kumar as SP, Chittorgarh; Maman Singh Yadav as Deputy Police Commissioner, Jaipur Metro Rail Corporation, Jaipur; Bhuvan Bhushan Yadav as SP, Rajsamand; Gaurav Yadav as SP, Sikar; Ms Puja Awana as Commandant, 8t Bt RAC, New Delhi;  Jai Yadav as SP, Sirohi; Ms Tejswani Gautam as SP, ACB, Jodhpur; Anil Kumar as Commandant, 7th Bt RAC, Bharatpur; Dharmendra Singh as ADC to Governor; Mudul Kachhava circle officer, Shrigangangar; Deepak Yadav as Asst Police Commissioner, Amer, Jaipur; Rajendra Kumar as SP, Traffic, PHQ, Jaipur; Prahlad Singh Kishniya as Commandant 3rd Bt RAC, Bikaner; Sharad Chaudhary as SP, Badmer; Raj Kumar Gupta as SP, SSB, Jaipur; Keshar Sigh Shekhawat as SP, Bhartpur and Ram Murty Joshi was made SP, Churu.



WHISPERS - CORPORATE WORLD

Dang quits as Independent Director of PNB Housing Finance

Jayant Dang has quit as Independent Director of PNB Housing Finance Limited .

Mrs Daswani quits as Independent Director of Manugraph India

Mrs Sohni H Daswani has quit as Non- Executive Independent Director of Manugraph India Limited.

Malhan is Whole-time Director of Soril Infra Resources

Soril Infra Resources Ltd has appointed Anil Malhan as Whole-time Director of the company.

FORUM

DEBATE

Since bureaucrats who speak out against, or object to what politicians want, are vulnerable to being demoted, transferred, suspended and even dismissed, therefore, bureaucratic elites become hand in gloves with politicians to avoid the problem or even become a ‘gains partner’ in the depraved arrangement than deal with it head on.

Laxmi

Data with RTI

Disclosure of beneficiaries of the Anganwadi centres

The appellant sought the names of all beneficiaries including pregnant and lactating women at Anganwadi Centre situated at a particular village but did not get any response from the public authority. The CIC directed the PIO of Ministry of WCD to issue necessary guidelines for voluntary disclosures as per the mandate under Section 4 of RTI Act for the guidance of all Child Development Project Officers, ICDS Project to provide complete information voluntarily on their websites, which would eventually benefit the appellant also. The CIC directed that all CDPOs of ICDS project all over the country to voluntarily publish the month-wise expenditure incurred for functioning and maintenance of Anganwadi centres, names of the beneficiaries, details of benefits regularly on their website and display the printed copies conspicuously on notice board.

 

Comments

Though the State Governments directly monitor and supervise the functioning of Anganwadi centres, this massive programme receives around 50% of the funds (Rs. 16,000 crores approximately) from the Central Government. Section 4(1)(b) of RTI Act, clause (xii) mandates voluntary disclosure of the manner of execution of subsidy programs, including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs; and under clause (xiii) the particulars of recipients of concessions, permits or authorizations granted by it. Therefore, it is the mandatory duty of the every public authority to disclose complete details of money spent on subsidy program like that of the ICDS on Anganwadies including the details of each individual beneficiary of this program.

Citation: Myathari Janardhan v. PIO, MOWCD in CIC/MOWCD/A/2017/166012 Date of Decision – 10.07.2018

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is the co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION – LAW AND PRACTICand PIO’s guide to RTI. Her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at - http://www.rtifoundationofindia.com/

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