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Is there a dead end to private investment
Investment is down from 33.9 percent to 32.8 percent. As government
spends more by borrowing heavily corporate sector is investing less
in creating future capacity. People and companies are holding back on
spending or investing more; the government is still living well beyond
its means say economist about the state of the Indian economy.
Dossiers of 1983 batch
IAS officers being compiled
Dossiers of IAS officers belonging to the 1983 batch for empanelment
as Additional Secretaries in the Government of India (GoI) are being
Amarjit Singh to be DG, SAI?
Amarjit Singh is likely to be appointed DG, Sports Authority of India
(SAI). He is a 1982 batch IAS officer of Gujarat cadre.
Anwar Ehsan Ahmad to be Member, CAT ?
Former Secretary, Border Management, Anwar Ehsan Ahmad is being tipped
to be new Administrative Member of the Central Administrative Tribunal
(CAT). He is a retired 1976 batch IAS officer of Manipur-Tripura cadre.
Manoj Kumar to join GoI
T K Manoj Kumar is likely to join Government of India as Joint Secretary
Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs . He is a 1987 batch IAS officer
of Kerala cadre.
Originally 1979 batch IAS was of 120 officers
Initially, total number of IAS officers in 1979 batch was 120. After
the demise of two officers, the number of officers now remains at 118.
Will Delhi CM relieve Spolia, posted as CS,
In the corridors of power, whispers are that the Delhi Chief Minister
Sheila Dixit is reluctant to relieve D M Spolia, recently posted as
Chief Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh. Reportedly Sheila has been pursuing
the case with the Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde. Spolia, a
1979 batch IAS officer of UT cadre, was Principal Secretary, Finance,
in Government of Delhi.
Sumant Singh on inter-cadre deputation to
Inter-cadre deputation of Sumant Singh from Manipur-Tripura cadre to
Uttar Pradesh cadre has been approved for a period of three years. He
is a 2003 batch IAS officer of Manipur-Tripura cadre.
D K Mittal allocated room in North- Block
Secretary, Banking in the Government of India, ,D K Mittal has been
allocated room in the North-Block also. What is the significance?
Order of Justice Bobde this month?
Official order of the elevation of Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, Judge
of the Bombay High Court as the Chief Justice of the Madhya Pradesh
High Court is expected to be issued this month.
(We said this on August 1, 2012)
Alok Perti gets extension
Advisor in the Coal Ministry, Alok Perti has been given extension beginning
September 1 on contract basis. He is a retired 1977 batch IAS officer
of Assam-Meghalaya cadre.
M P Sharma to be Member (Technical),NHAI?
M P Sharma is believed to have been selected for the post of Member
(Technical) in the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).
Will IAS allow IFS to create new post in South Block?
Turf war between IAS and IFS is again visible. IAS lobby is trying to
scuttle a proposal of the External Affairs Ministry to create a new
post of Secretary Public Relations in the South Block.
Ashwani Kumar to be CMD, Dena Bank?
Executive Director of the Corporation Bank, Ashwani Kumar is likely
to be appointed new CMD of the Dena Bank.
Chacko to relinquish charge today
Vice Chancellor of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT), K T
Chacko will relinquish charge on Wednesday. He is a 1973 batch retired
IAS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre.
Pillai posted to GOC, Chennai
Lt Gen., V K Pillai, GOC Delhi Area, has been transferred to GOC, ATNK
& K Area, Chennai.
Patnaik is jobless?
Outgoing Vice Chairman of the DDA, G S Patnaik has been jobless for
the last one month. A 1980 batch IAS officer of UT cadre Patnaik is
yet to get a new posting.
Termination of services of former NALCO Chief
The Ministry of Mines has reportedly recommended termination of services
of former CMD of the NALCO, A K Srivastava.
Orders of Dayanand Kataria issued
The appointment orders of Dayanand Kataria as Principal Commissioner
of Delhi Development Authority (DDA) have been issued. He is a Tamil
Nadu cadre IAS officer of 1989 batch.
(We said this on July 30, 2012)
Will Naveen Mahajan succeed Kunjilal Meena?
As the grapevine has it, Jaipur Collector, Naveen Mahajan would replace
Kunjilal Meena as the CMD of 'Jaipur Vidyut Vikas Nigam Limited'. Mahajan
is a 1997 batch IAS officer of Rajasthan cadre.
Meena is ACP, Outer District Delhi
Rajendra Prasad Meena on completion of training has been transferred
as ACP/ Samaipur Badli(Outer Dist).Delhi Police. He is a 2010 batch
IPS officer of 2010 of AGMU cadre.
38 posts sanctioned still awaits 'Rules of
recruitment' to be made
Despite of sanction of 38 posts to be deployed at Indian Missions abroad
as Counselors, First Secretary & Second Secretary; no appointment
has been made as yet because 'Rules for recruitment' are yet to be prepared.
The appointees would take care of the commercial interests of the country.
N V Trivedi Babu promoted as PCCF in Kerala
N V Trivedi Babu, Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests
(E & TW), Thiruvananthapuram, has been promoted to the grade of
Principal Chief Conservator of Forests (PCCF) and appointed as Principal
Chief Conservator of Forests (Development and Participatory Forest Management)
in Kerala. He is a 1979 batch IFS officer of this State cadre.
Seven IRS-IT officers shifted after promotion
As many as seven officers of Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT)
have been given fresh postings after promotion to the grade of Chief
Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT). Accordingly, Hari Krishan has been
posted as CCIT, Jalpaiguri, Kolkata while C L Denzongpa will now be
DGIT (Inv.), Chochin and Chandra Sekhar Das is CCIT, Trichy. Similarly,
Rajendra Kumar has ben posted as DGIT (exemption), Delhi; Raminder Kaushal
as CCIT-XII, Delhi; Syed Tarique Ahmad as DGIT (Inv.), Chandigarh and
Narendra Kumar Sangwan has been made DGIT(L&R), Delhi.
Two IRS-IT officers get inter-region postings
after promotion to CCIT
Two officers of Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT) have been
transferred to inter-region after promotion to the grade of Chief Commissioner
of Income Tax (CCIT). Accordingly, Santosh Kumar Srivastava has been
posted as CCIT. Accordingly, Santosh Kumar Srivastava has been posted
as CCIT, Bhubaneshwar while Arun Kumar Singh is appointed as DGIT (Inv.),
Two IRS-IT officers locally shifted after
promotion to CCIT
Two officers of Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT) have locally
been transferred to inter-region after promotion to the grade of Chief
Commissioner of Income Tax (CCIT). Accordingly, Deepa Krishna has been
posted as CCIT-II, Delhi and Amitabh Misra will now be CCIT-III, Delhi.
Pratap to be DD, NPA?
Dr K S Pratap, Director, NIFT, Ministry of Textile, Government of India,
is likely to be appointed as Deputy Director, (NPA) Sardar Vallabh Bhai
Patel National Police Academy, Hyderabad. He is a 1993 batch IPS officer
of UP cadre.
CISF IG Chander goes on study leave
Sanjay Chander, IG (CISF), Air Wing, Northern Sector, New Delhi has
gone on a study leave for a year for the course of NDC. He is a1987
batch IPS officer of West Bengal cadre.
Chaturvedi replaces Chander in CISF
Harsh Vardhan Chaturvedi, IG Administration, CISF has replaced Sanjay
as IG, Northern Sector. He is a CISF cadre officer.
Ramanujam to be empanelled in GoI?
K Ramanujam, DGP (Int.) Chennai, Tamil Nadu Police is likely to be empanelled
to the rank of DG in the Government of India. He is a 1978 batch IPS
Patnaik joins in Srinagar
AK Patnaik, Joint Director, Intelligence Bureau, has joined as JD, SIB,
Srinagar, in place of Mahesh Dixit. He is a 1983 batch IPS officer of
(We said this on August 6, 2012)
Reshuffle in Delhi Police likely
A meeting between Home Secretary, R K Singh and Delhi Police Commissioner
Neeraj Kumar has fuelled speculations about reshuffle in Delhi police.
Manoj Gupta gets selection grade
A1997 batch Indian Information Service (IIS) officer, Manoj Gupta presently
working as Joint Director, (M & C) PIB, New Delhi, has been accorded
Orders of Kishore Jagtap issued
The orders of Kishor Baburao Jagtap for the appointment as Regional
Director, Staff Selection Commission (SSC), Mumbai, have been issued.
Jagtap is presently, posted with the Power Ministry. He is a 1998 batch
officer of Central Power Engineering Service (CPES).
LT Gen. AS Narula takes charge of Army Hospital
Lt General AS Narula has taken over as the new Commandant of Army Hospital(R&R),
Delhi Cantt. A graduate from Stanley Medical College, Chennai, Gen Narula
completed his MD (Medicine) from Armed Forces Medical College, Pune
and DM (Nephrology) from the prestigious PGI Chandigarh.
Sibi George posted in Riyadh
DCM in Tehran Sibi George has moved to Riyadh in the same capacity.
IRS (IT) officer Manoj Kumar Dubey empanelled
as JS in GoI
Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT) officer of 1985 batch, Manoj
Kumar Dubey has been empanelled as Joint Secretary or equivalent in
the Government of India.
Corruption charges against 5 officers in Heavy
As many as five officials have been charged with corrupt practices in
Department of Heavy Industries. The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)
has recommended action against such officers.
Mrs. Bhatnagar shifted to Northern Railway
Mrs. Vandana Bhatnagar, SAG/IRTS, on return from deputation, has been
posted to Northern Railway.
IAS changes in Orissa
C J Venugopal has been appointed Secretary Public Enterprises.Alkesh
Chandra Padhiary will now be RDC, Northern Division.
Singh is SP,CBI in Kashmir
Armaan Deep Singh has taken over as the new SP, CBI for Kashmir region.
Dr Rattan is new Assistant Solicitor General
Chandigarh based Dr Anmol Rattan has been appointed as Assistant Solicitor
General (ASG) of India.
Amit Kumar Singh is new SP Tirupur in TN
Amit Kumar Singh SP Dharampuri has been posted as SP Tirupur in TamilNadu.He
is 2003 batch IPS officer.
M P Mall to be Director (Finance) IRCTC
The PESB has selected M P Mall for the post of Director (Finance), Indian
Railway Catering & Tourism Corporation Limited (IRCTC). He is presently
ED in the Indian Railways.
PS changes in Kerala
Hemachandran has been appointed ADGP of southern zone. Shankar Reddy
will be ADGP northern zone.P Vijayanandan will take over as Transport
Commissioner . Mahesh Kumar Singla will be MD, Police Construction Corporation.Vigilance
shall be entrusted to R Sreelekha and S Jangpangi will be MD, fire force.Rajesh
Divan will be ADGP police training and P Chandrashekharan ADGP administration.
CBDT seeks applications for JS/CIT (UPDATED)
Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) has invited applications for the
posts of Joint Secretary/Commissioner of Income Tax (JS/CIT). The willing
officers belong to 1984-1989 batches of Indian Revenue Service can send
their applications to CBDT before September 7, 2012.
Anurag Goyal is OSD, CCIT Delhi region
Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT) officer, Anurag Goyal, Additional
Commissioner of Income Tax, has been posted as OSD in the office
129 IRS-IT officers transferred (UPDATED)
As many as 129 officers of Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT)
working at the level of Commissioner/Director have been given fresh
postings. Accordingly, S S Kemwal has been appointed as CIT (CO), Bhopal
while Parminder will now be CIT (A)-12, Chennai and M Anil Kumar is
CIT (TAT), Cochin. Similarly, Ajay Goyal has been made CIT (C), Gurgaon;
M S Chandrasekaran as CIT-I, Madurai; Desh Deepak Goel as CIT (A)-3,
Jaipur; Ajay Kumar Kurapti as CIT, Guntur; Dr M Srinivas Rao as CIT
(A)-6, Chennai; Alka Rajvanshi, CIT (A), Chennai; Nivedita Biswas DIT
(ITSC), Chennai; D Sudhakar Rao CIT, Trivandrum (Cochin), Vijay Kumar
CIT, Bhagalpur; Dr Sudha Kumari CIT (ITAT)-2, Delhi; Sushma Singh CIT
(ITAT)-8, Delhi; Prashant Bhushan CIT (TDS), Patna; B K Singh DIT (Inv.),
Patna; P K Bajaj CIT (Audit), Kanpur; Neena Kumar CIT, Faridabad; D
N Kar DIT (Exemp), Chennai; Seema Raj CIT Gwalior; Sunit Srivastava
CIT (ITAT)-7, Delhi; Prafulla Kumar Prusty CIT (A)-I, Baroda; Bipin
Bihari Singh CIT (A), Jammu; Kavita Pandey CIT (Media), Delhi; Manoj
Pal Singh CIT (A)-2 Baroda; Virendra Kumar Saxena DIT (Vig) Delhi; Anjali
Tewari CIT-12 Delhi; Anuradha Mishra CIT (ITAT)-I Delhi; Renu Jauhri
DIT (L&R)-2 Delhi; Chaitali Panmei CIT (A)-2 Agra; Sunita Bainsla
CIT (A)-32 Delhi; T M Shivakumar CIT (A)-31 Delhi; Sanjay Bahadur Director
(RTI) Mumbai; Debjyoti Das CIT (OSD)-2 Delhi; Ruchika Chaudhary Govil
DIT (OSD) (Recovery), Delhi; Ramesh Chander CIT (ITAT)-9 Delhi; K K
Arumugan CIT-I Chennai; Chhavi Anupam CIT (A)-2 Jaipur; Kartar Singh
CIT (A) Udaipur; Baldev Singh Sandhu CIT (CO), Chandigarh; Hemendera
Patidar DIT (Inv.) Surat; Ameeta Saini CIT (C)-I Ahmedabad; Krishna
Saini CIT-I Ahmedabad; Prem Prakash CIT KOta; Abhijeet Kumar Nabkhad
CIT (A)-6 Baroda; Lakshmi Hande Puri CIT Mangalore; B S N Prasad CIT
(A)-4 Bangalore; S Jayaraman CIT (Audit)-I Chennai; Preeta Harit CIT
(A)-28 Delhi; Susie Babu Varghese CIT (A)-39 Mumbai; Vinodanand Jha
CIT (C)-3 Mumbai; Fateh Singh Sirowa CIT (C) (A) Jaipur; Rajeev Varshney
CIT Bilaspur;Mridula Bajpai CIT (ITAT), Indore; Ajit Kumar Panda CIT-I
Jabalpur; Praveen Chandra Karunakar Soloman CIT-4 Kolkata;Raj Kumar
Chaudhary CIT (Audit), Bhopal; Romita Arora CIT (A)-2 Bhopal; Pushp
Lata Srivastava CIT-3 Pune; Suman Sharma CIT (A)-29 Mumbai; Neera Malhotra
CIT (A) Karnal; Vidhu Shekher Singh CIT (A) Meerut; Anup Dubey CIT (A
& J), CBDT, Delhi; Shailendra Handa additional DGIT (TRG)-1, NADT
Nagpur; Dr Uppuleti Devi Prasad CIT (A)-7 Hyderabad;N Sankaran CIT-2
Chennai; Dr G M Doss CIT (OSD) Mumbai; Sanjee Kumar Abrol CIT-I, Cochin;
Shanta Sujata Abrol CIT (TDS), Cochin; Pragati Kumar CIT-9 Chennai;
Sasikala CIT(A)-I Mumbai; R Tayeng CIT Jorhat, Guwahati; D P Haokip
CIT-19 Kolkata; Lov Chandra Joshi Ranee CIT-2 Guwahati; Y R Saini CIT
Bathinda; Suresh Kumar Mittal CIT-5 Chennai; Sonali Arora CIT, Dehradun;
Binod Kumar CIT-2 Ludhiana; Pushpinder Singh Puniha DIT (Inv.) Chandigarh;
Ravi Sarangal CIT (Audit) Chandigarh; Suresh Kumar CIt Patiala; Sanjay
Mishra CIT (A) Jalandhar; Mukesh Chand Singhal CIT-2 Chandigarh; Amar
Veer Singh CIT (ITAT)-2 Chandigarh; Prabodh Seth CIT (A) Faridabad;
Devinder Singh Kalyan CIT (ITAT)-5 Ahmedabad; Laxman Singh CIT (A) Trivandrum;
Abhaya Charan Naik CIT Sambalpur; Prafulla Kumar Dash CIT Cuttack; Madhu
Mahajan CIT (Vig.) CBDT, Delhi; Anil Kumar Jain CIT Udaipur; Ramesh
Chander Gupta CIT Ajmer; P K Sharma CIT (TDS) Jaipur; Pramod Chandra
Modi CIT-2 Ahmedabad; Badri Prasad Meena CIT-2 Jaipur; Sukhpal Meena
CIT Bikaner; Bharat Singh Gahlot CIT (A) Ajmer; Omprakash Jain CIT (Audit),
Jaipur; Sandeep Kapoor CIT-3 Ahmedabad; Maurya Mahenathabhai Secretary
(ITSC), Chennai; Haramohan CIT-4 Delhi; Biswanath Jena CIT Pondicherry;
Omkareshwar Chindra CIT-I Trichy, E Sankaran CIT (A)-I Cochin; Shriram
Barathan CIT (A)-2, Madurai; Satyendra Kumar Mishra DIT (Sys) Delhi;
Konda Ramesh CIT (CIB), Cochin; Haribansh Kumar Choudhary CIT (A)-33
Delhi; R Govindrajan CIT Tirupati; Sridhar Pidatala CIT-5, Hyderabad;
M Ravindera Sai CIT-6, Hyderabad; Anupama D Shukla CIT (A)-31 Mumbai;
S L Meena CIT Faizabad; Santosh Kumar CIT (A)-36 Mumbai; K M Bali CIT-2
Kanpur; Pramod Kumar Gupta CIT (A), Bareilly; D P Semwal CIT-2 Agra;
Ramesh Chand CIT Shimla; Dr Balwan CIT (CIB) Patna; B Panigrahi CIT(A)-2
Bhubaneshwar; Subrata Sarkar CIT Siliguri; Man Singh Meena CIT (A) Bikaner;
Anuraddha Mookerjee CIT-6 Chennai; Neena Nigam CIT-6 Delhi;Sudhir Kumar
CIT Asansol; Smita Srivastava CIT (A)-4 Surat; Dr Swetabh Suman CIT
(ITAT)-5 Kolkata; Dasri Babu Rajendra Vara Prasad CIT (A) Vijaywada
and Krishna Kishore Jasthi has been posted as CIT (A), Guntur.
IPS reshuffle in Maharashtra (UPDATED)
A number of officers of Indian Police Service (IPS) have been transferred
and posted at different places in Maharashtra. Accordingly, D T Shinde
has been made Force One, Mumbai while D R Karale will now be DCP, Mumbai
and Sudhir Hiremath is SP, Washim. Similarly, Abhishek Trimukhe has
been posted as SP, Sindhudurg; A D Kumbhare as DCP Thane; Manoj Patil
as DCP Zone 4, Pune; Dipak Sakore shifted to CRPF, Aurangabad; B M Shirsath
as DCP Western Railway, Mumbai; N D Reddi as SP, ATS Aurangabad; Rajendra
Dabhade as SP, ATS Mumbai and S B Jadhav has been shifted to SRPF, unit
161 IRS-IT officers laterally shifted (UPDATED)
As many as 161 officers of Indian Revenue Service-Income Tax (IRS-IT)
working at the level of Commissioner have laterally been shifted at
their present regions. Accordingly, Hanumanthu Gari Srinivasulu has
been posted as CIT-2 Hyderabad while Kale Harilal Naick will now be
CIT-I Hyderabad and Atul Pranay as CIT (ITAT)-I, Hyderabad. Similarly,
Parneet Singh Sachdev has been posted as CIT (A)-3 Hyderabad; Narahari
Biswal CIT-4 Hyderabad; S Srinivas DIT (Inv.)Hyderabad; Venkat T Reddy
CIT (A)-5 Hyderabad; M C Pandit CIT (ITAT) Patna; Ajay Kumar CIT (C)
Patna; Arvind Kumar CIT-2 Patna; Shambu Dutta Jha CIT-I Patna; Rekha
Goel CIT-2 Delhi; Meeta Nambiar CIT (C)-I Delhi; Sushil Singh Rathore
CIT (LTU) Delhi; Subrat Kumar Dash CIT-16 Delhi; Rajnish Kumar CIT-3
Delhi; Rajnish Kumar CIT-3 Delhi; Samir Mukhopadhya DIT (BPR)-2 Delhi;
Virendra Singh DIT (Inv.)-I Delhi; Gopal Mukherjee CIT-1 Delhi; Feroz
Khan DIT (O&M) Delhi; Gopal Kamal DIT (Recovery) Delhi; Arun S Bhatnagar
CIT-5 Delhi; Chandra Mohan Jha DIT (Infra.) Delhi; Ashu Jain DIT (Intl)
Delhi; Pawan Kumar Kedia DIT (Audit) Delhi; Vijay Kumar DIT (ITSC)-III
Delhi; Geetmala Mohananey CIT-13 Delhi; Krishna CIT (A)-4 Delhi; Raj
Tandon CIT (A)-19 Delhi; Niranjan Kouli CIT (A)-16 Delhi; Reena Sinha
Puri CIT (A)-2 Delhi; Mohanish Verma CIT (A)-10 Delhi; Ashim Kumar CIT-10
Delhi; Hemant Kumar Sarangi Secretary, ITSC Delhi; Arvind Kumar DIT
(TDS) Delhi; Manas Shankar Ray CIT-15 Delhi; Rajesh Tuteja CIT (A)-3
Delhi; S Venkateshwarlu CIT (DR), ITSC-1 Delhi; Sangeeta Gupta CIT-9
Delhi; Hemand Bijoy Mahanta CIT (Audit-2) Delhi; Himalini Kashyap CIT-II
Delhi; Dheeraj Bhatnagar CIT (A)-15 Delhi; S K Chowdhari DIT (exemp)
Delhi; Gunjan Prasad CIT (ITAT)-5, Delhi; Ramesh Kumar Yadav CIT (Inv.),
CBDT, Delhi; Shisher Jha CIT (A)-I Delhi; Dr Binod Kumar Sinha CIT (I
& CI), Delhi; Ajai Das Mehrotra CIT (C)-2 Delhi; Smit Rekha Vishnoi
CIT (OSD-I) L & R Delhi; Chhedi Lal CIT (OSD)-I Delhi; Kailash Chandra
Naredi CIT (CO) Ahmedabad; Suresh Singh Panwar CIT-6 Ahmedabad; D C
Patwari CIT (ITAT)-3 Ahmedabad; Shelley Jindal CIT (ITAT)-I Ahmedabad;
Satish Kumar Gupta DIT (exemp), Ahmedabad; Ravindra Kumar CIT (A)-I,
Ahmedabad; prasenjit Singh CIT (A)-5, Surat; Aditya Vikram CIT-I Surat;
Sangam Narain Srivastava CIT-2 Surat; Radha Raman Pathak CIT-3 Surat;
S R Malik CIT-I Baroda; Shyam Kumar CIT-2 Baroda; Rajat Bansal CIT-3
Baroda; Shishir Agarwal CIT-4 Baroda; Preeti Garg CIT (A)-6 Bangalore;
Om Prakash Yadav CIT (C) Bangalore; Medisetti Tirumala Kumar CIT-5 Bangalore;
Archana Choudhary CIT(A)-2 Bangalore; G M Belagali Director (RTI) Bangalore;
Jahanzeb Akhtar CIT (A) LTU Bangalore; Dr Shikha Darbari CIT (A)-2 Cochin;
Benny John CIT-2 Cochin; Sudhish Chandra Sonkar CIT Bhopal; Suraj Bhan
Nain CIT (A)-I Bhopal; Keshwa Saxena CIT (A)-2 Indore; Anil Kumar CIT
(A) Gwalior; Sunil Kumar Mishra CIT-2 Pune; Tejinder Singh CIT-2 Pune;
Manoj Kumar singh CIT-5 Pune; Simar Singh Negi CIT (CIB) Pune; Mitali
Madhusmita CIT (A)-I Pune; Dr Banwari Lal CIT (A)-2 Thane; Jai Raj Kajla
CIT (A)-I Thane; V Anandarajan CIT (C) Pune; Krishna Kumar Tiwari DIT
(ITSC)-II Mumbai; Akhilesh Ranjan DIT (Inv)-I Mumbai; Neeraj Vinay Bansal
CIT-I Mumbai; Boota Singh CIT-2 Mumbai; Shreekant Chatterjee CIT-9 Mumbai;
Anil Goel Secretary Mumbai; Nutan Arvind CIT-23 Mumbai; Dharm vir Singh
CIT-25 Mumbai; Amresh Chandra Shukla CIT-7 Mumbai; Surinder jit Singh
CIT (ITAT)-5 Mumbai; Sanjay Dutt DIT (Exemp), Mumbai; Subachan Ram CIT
(A)-20 Mumbai; B Jaya Kumar CIT (A)-24 Mumbai; Usha S Nair CIT-16 Mumbai;
Kusum Lata Ingle CIT-12 Mumbai; Goli Srinivas Rao CIT (A)-21 Mumbai;
Satbir Singh CIT-26 Mumbai; Kishore Kumar Vyawahare DIT (Inv)-2 Mumbai;
Pradeep Kumar Shukla CIT (ITAT)-3 Mumbai; Gauri Shankar Singh CIT-10
Mumbai; Girua Dayal CIT (ITAT)-6 Mumbai; Anil Mehta CIT (A)-5 Mumbai;
Satinder Singh Rana CIT-29, Mumbai; Ajay Pal Singh CIT (ITAT)-7 Mumbai;
Shivdayal Srivastava CIT (ITAT)-10 Mumbai; Raghubir Sharan Upadhaya
DIT (Vig.) Mumbai; Chet Ram CIT (A)-13 Mumbai; Krishna Behari Shukla
CIT (A)-40 Mumbai; R bhama CIT (A)-16 Mumbai; Hemant Jawahar Lal CIT
(A)-41 Mumbai; Rakesh Kumar Kakkar CIT-6 Mumbai; K C P Patnaik CIT (ITAT)-II
Mumbai; Pritam Singh CIT (ITAT)-9 Mumbai; Rajiv Vijay Nabar CIT (A)-17,
Mumbai; Mahalingam Veerappalam CIT (A)-2 Mumbai; Pravin Kumar CIT (ITAT)-12
Mumbai; Jatar Singh CIT (A)-18 Mumbai; Vinod Kumar Pandey CIT (TDS)
Mumbai; Rang Nath Jha CIT-II Mumbai; Sunil Kumar Ojha CIT (A)-8 Mumbai;
Pradeep sharma CIT-15 Mumbai; A G Bhatkar CIT (A)-23 Mumbai; Krishna
Kumar Kanwat CIT-28 Mumbai; Thankappanssi Kumar CIT (LTU) Mumbai; Anadee
Nath Mishra CIT (A) Guwahati; Santanu Kumar Saikia DIT (Inv.) Guwahati;
Tridiv Mohan Das CIT-I Guwahati; Baldip Singh Sandhu CIT-I Chandigarh;
Kuldip Singh CIT-I Ludhiana; Bijoy Kumar Mishra CIT Bhubaneshwar; Virendera
Singh Kothari CIT-I Jaipur; Sunil Mathur DIT (Inv) Jaipur; A K Khandelwal
CIT (ITAT)-I Jaipur; M K Gautam CIT (ITAT)-I Jaipur; Narendra Gour CIT
(CO) Jaipur; Satish Sharma CIT (C) Jaipur; Ashok Kumar CIT-8 Chennai;
B Murali Kumar CIT (C)-2 Chennai; Bijayananda Pruseth CIT (A)-2 Chennai;
S Ramakrishnan CIT (DR)-ITSC-II Chennai; Pramod Kumar CIT (C)-I Chennai;
Chandana Rama Director (RTI) Chennai; Jayanthi Krishnan CIT (C)-3 Chennai;
Subash Mehra CIT-I Agra; Bharatendu Pratap Singh CIT (CO) Kanpur; Ashok
Kumar Tripathi DIT (Inv.) Kanpur; Shantanu Dhamija CIT (TDS) Kanpur;
Ujjwal Kumar Director (RTI) Kolkata; Bonani Ghosh CIT-II Kolkata; Kavita
Jha CIT (C) 2 Kolkata; Vinay Kumar CIT-9 Kolkata; Sumant Sinha CIT (TDS)
Kolkata; Govind Lal CIT (C)-3 Kolkata; Jai Raj Kumar CIT-21 Kolkata;
Niraj Kumar CIT (A)-4 Kolkata; Narendra Prasad Sinha DIT (I & CI)
Kolkata and Kaushal Kumar Srivastava has been transferred as CIT-18,
K Muralidharan is Director MHA
Central Secretariat Service (CSS) officer K Muralidharan has been promoted
to the grade of Director and posted as Director, Ministry of Home Affairs
A K Verma continues as GM, NFR (UPDATED)
A K Verma, General Manager of South Eastern Railway (SER), has been
asked to continue holding an additional charge of General Manager of
North Frontier Railway (NFR).
A K Mittal continues charge of GM, SR (UPDATED)
A K Mittal, General Manager of South Western Railway (SWR), has been
asked to continue to look after the additional charge of General Manager
of Southern Railway (SR).
Radhey Shyam continues charge of GM, Metro (UPDATED)
Radhey Shyam, General Manager, CLW, has been asked to continue holding
an additional charge of General Manager, Metro.
Transfers and postings in Railways (UPDATED)
Hira Lal SS/IRPS, NER has been shifted to WPO/Patna while Arjun Rakshit,
HAG/IRAS, presently posted as FA&CAO, Eastern Railway, is transferred
to Railway Board and posted as Advisor (Finance), Railway Board and
Sanjay Lavania, SAG/IRAS, NWR, was moved to Railway Board and posted
as EDFE. Similarly, S Mookerjee, HAG/IRAS/ER, presently working as FA&CAO/Con
has been posted as FA&CAO on Eastern Railway itself.
R Venkatachalam is Chief Credit & Risk Officer, SBI
R Venkatachalam has been entrusted with responsibility of Chief Credit
and Risk Officer in State Bank of India (SBI).
Atanu Sen posted as MD & CEO, Life Insurance
Atanu Sen has been appointed as Managing Director (MD) and Chief Executive
Officer (CEO) of Life Insurance in State Bank of India (SBI).
WAPCOS pays highest
Pawan Kumar Bansal, Minister of Parliamentary Affairs & Water Resources,
Government of India, received Dividend Cheque for the year 2011-2012
from R.K. Gupta, Chairman-cum-Managing Director, WAPCOS Limited, in
the presence of Vincent H. Pala, Minister of State (Water Resources),
Dhruv Vijai Singh, Secretary (Water Resources); Pradeep Kumar, Commissioner
(PR).); S.K. Kohli, Joint Secretary & FA and other senior officers
from Ministry of Water Resources and WAPCOS. WAPCOS has paid dividend
of Rs.10.50 Crore for the year 2011-2012, which is the highest ever
since its inception in 1969. The Company has declared a composite score
of 1.0, which is the highest achievable score as per the MOU evaluation
system of the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises,
Government of India. WAPCOS is eligible for "Excellent" Rating
on the basis of its performance in all Financial & Dynamic parameters
under MOU such as Gross Margin; Turnover; New Business; Projects Implementation;
Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Resource Development, Sustainable
Development and Customer Satisfaction etc. During the year 2011-2012,
the Net-worth of the company has increased by 30.93%, Gross Sales by
38.32% and Profitability by 53.86%, as compared to the year 2010-2011.
S Viswanathan gets charge of Mid Corporate,
S Viswanathan has been assigned the charge of Mid Corporate of State
Bank of India (SBI).
Mahalingam re-appointed in Tata Consultancy
S Mahalingam has been re-appointed as the Executive Director and Chief
Financial Officer of the Tata Consultancy Services .
Dr J Sinha inducted in newly constituted BSIIAC
Boston Consultancy Group (Asia Pacific), Chairman, Dr J Sinha has been
inducted as Member in newly constituted Bihar State Industrial Investment
Advisory Council (BSIIAC) in Bihar.
Choksi appointed Company Secy. Gujarat Natural
Gujarat Natural Resources Ltd has appointed Ms Bindi Choksi as a Company
Secretary of the company.
Sundararaman appointed ED, Shiva Texyarn Ltd
S K Sundararaman has been appointed as Executive Director of Shiva Texyarn
Kumar quits Fusion Fittings India Ltd
Mukesh Kumar has resigned as Company Secretary of Fusion Fittings India
Modi quits Patel Airtemp India Ltd
Hardik Modi has resigned as Company Secretary of Patels Airtemp India
Ranjan re-appointed Director, Iris Mediaworks
Iris Mediaworks Ltd has re-appointed Kunal Ranjan, as a Director on
the Board of the company.
Vishwanathan appointed Company Secy., Mercator
Ms Priya Vishwanathan has been appointed as Company Secretary of Mercator
Pedersen appointed Director ,Gujarat Pipavav
Henrik Lundgaard Pedersen has been appointed as Director of Gujarat
Pipavav Port Ltd .
Two Independent Directors appointed on Gujarat
Pipavav Port Ltd Board
Tejpreet S Chopra and Pradeep Mallick have been as Independent Directors
of Gujarat Pipavav Port Ltd.
Mishra quits Speedage Commercial Ltd
Alok Mishra has resigned as Company Secretary of Speedage Commercial
SIDBI Withdraws Nominee from GSFC Board
The Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI) has withdrawn
the nomination of R D'Silva from the Board of Gujarat State Financial
Gandhi quits Chartered Logistics Ltd
Kishore Kumar Gandhi has resigned as Executive Director of Chartered
Amitabh appointed Company Secy., RECL
Jyoti Shubhra Amitabh has been appointed as Company Secretary of Rural
Electrification Corporation Ltd (RECL).
Silva ceases to be Director ,Gujarat State
R D Silva has ceased to be Director ,Gujarat State Financial Corporation.
Panchal appointed Director of Moryo Industries
Pankaj Panchal has been appointed Director of Moryo Industries.
Bhandari quits Winsome Diamonds
KN Bhandari has resigned as Director of Winsome Diamonds.
Agarwal appointed Director of Prakash Woolen
Pramod Kumar Agarwal has been appointed Director of Prakash Woolen Mills.
Gandhi quits Chartered Logistics
Kishore Kumar Gandhi has resigned as Director of Chartered Logistics.
Gupta appointed as Director of Kanishk Steel
Kanishk Gupta has been appointed as Director of Kanishk Steel.
Medhi quitsKennametal Industries
Satanoo Medhi ha resigned as Director of Kennametal Industries.
Sastry quits Celestial Biolabs
DC Sastry has resigned as Chairman of Celestial Biolabs.
Dhawan quitsLandmarc Leisure
Paulomi Dhawan has resigned as MD of Landmarc Leisure.
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Politics is last refuge of a crook
Our politicians must be aware that politics is the last refuge of a
crook. Otherwise why should they damn honest and inconvenient bureaucrats
as having political ambitions. One finds descendents of many unpatriotic
Nawabs and Rajas who sided with the invaders strutting across the Parliament,
some of them even now calling themselves as Maharajas and Nawabs. One
will not find the descendents of patriots like Rani of Jhansi, Rana
Prithwiraj, Bhagat Singh, Raj Guru, Sardar Patel or Subhash Bose any
where near the Parliament. The present worthies in Parliament do not
want any of these people come into Parliament. They scare away even
Emotional atyachar by OL Dept.
Hindi Diwas is about to come. On this holy occasion, can we hope that
OL Dept. will regularize and promote eligible Hindi officials or at
least take responsibility for the delay on its part.
Why celebrate Hindi Pakhwada?
Majority of government offices are celebrating Hindi Diwas/Pakhwada.
Isn't it a futile exercise? Why celebrate it if you yourself can't work
in Hindi. I don't know whose idea it was that doing official work in
Hindi will bring Hindi in government offices. Where was the need to
bring Hindi in government offices? How this will serve the cause of
Hindi. Hindi or any other language doesn't depend on how it is used
in government offices. Fact is, majority of us think in Hindi. We speak
in Hindi. We interact in Hindi be it market or subzimandi. Doing work
is important and not that in which language it is done. Further, Working
in a particular language is more of a matter of personal comfort and
choice. This is also a cause of illogical spending in governme z offices.
See what Hindi related parliamentary committees do. They enjoy picnic
at the cost of taxpayer's money in the name of Hindi Inspection tours
round the year. If you want to work in Hindi, inspiration should come
from within. Isn't it high time that such unproductive rituals stop
in government offices. Govt. must review its policy in this regard.
A welcome move
Welcome move by DP&T (CS Division) to make a smart move for regular
promotions of Personal Assistants to Private Secretaries up to the Select
List 2003 in 2010 Select List (PS). It would be appreciated if the P.
As. who had worked more than 10 years uninterrupted service may be covered
in one go by extending the earlier Select List of Private Secretaries.
It would give a heeling touch to the already suffered P.As. who had
been worse hit by not giving their legitimate regular promotions on
V P Sharma
Filing an F I R
Regarding payment of bribe to file an F I R, I would like the reaction
of all our friends from the Police as to what steps can be taken to
help a common man to at least lodge his complaint or F I R ? Why can't
we do it by email? If there are any legal problems then the same should
be over come by making the changes in Law. Can we expect the Law Ministry
and Law Commission to look into it please?
P C Tripathi
Can an appellant demand inforamtion in Hindi under RTI?
The appellant sought information in Hindi regarding ICDS projects operating
in Delhi including details of each project on a CD, number of Anganwadi
centers operating along with details of Anganwadi centers, details of
budget allocations for each Anganwadi and also the details of beneficiaries
(women and children) of Anganwadi centers etc..
The appellant filed a complaint before the Central Information Commission
(CIC) alleging non-disposal of his request by the Public Information
Officer(PIO) and First Appellate Authority (FAA). The respondents stated
that information has been furnished by all the 94 PIOs of different
projects to the appellant and that they had provided the information
as available in the records and some on CDs in cases where the information
was available as computer data. The appellant stated that only 71 PIOs
had furnished him the information, that too in a delayed manner and
it has not been translated into Hindi or provided on CD. Further, the
FAA had not bothered to dispose off his appeal.
The CIC issued SCN to the PIOs as to why penalty u/s 20(1) should not
be imposed upon them for not responding to the RTI Application within
the prescribed time period. The CIC also directed the FAA to show cause
as to why disciplinary action should not be recommended against him.
The CIC ruled that there is no provision for translating documents and
then providing them to the Applicant under RTI Act. The CIC also ruled
that information may be provided on CD, free of cost if the information
is already available as a computer record. Details of all ICDS projects
including budgets allocated to them, details of personnel working for
these projects etc. were directed to be put up on the website of the
Department as per section 4(2) of the RTI Act.
Translation or reducing the documents to electronic form in order to
transfer them on to a CD just because the Appellant wants the information
on a CD, is not mandated as per the RTI Act.
Citation: Mr. Shiv Kumar
Saxena v. Department of Women and Child Development in File No: CIC/AD/A/2012/000794
Weekly article by Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Verma
(email@example.com), RTI Consultant
to IIM, Indore and Co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW
AND PRACTICE and PIO's Guide to RTI by Taxmann. (The views are Personal)