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Inside story of a big shot (1)?
Did intelligence input help government over
Did Shinde's Hindu terror statement have a
Is this an effort of Congress to woo urban
Will political tactic change now ?
Are onion prices adding to UPA's woes?
It's all women world in CBEC
The CBEC Chairperson Praveen Mahajan, a 1976 batch Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer who has the rank of Special Secretary, is a post-graduate in History and English. With over 36 years experience, she is also the first from her gender on this coveted post.
For the first time since its constitution, on January 1, 1964, if the Chairperson of the CBEC is now a woman officer, what comes as an even bigger surprise for the 'male world' is that all her colleagues on the board are also women.
Ms Sheila Sangwan, currently Member (Budget) in the CBEC, is an officer
of the 1976 batch of the IRS (C&CE). An alumnus of the Delhi School
of Economics and the University of Washington, she is also a Law Graduate
from University of Delhi and a Humphrey fellow. Ms Sangwan is a post-graduate,
and holds MBA and LLB degrees too. A keen Golfer, Ms Sangwan has won
a number of amateur tournaments and she is recipient of the Presidential
Award for Specially Distinguished Record
Ms J M Shanti Sundharam, currently Member (L&J) in the CBEC, is from 1977 batch of the IRS (C&CE). Prior to joining the board as Member on November 29, 2011, she was Director General, Human Resource Development, Delhi and Chief Commissioner of Customs (Preventive) at Chennai. She has a Masters degree in English Literature and Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration from Indian Institute of Public Administration. She has also served as ADG, DRI and Assistant Director General with C E I B.,
Ms Sandhya Baliga, currently Member-(L&J), is a 1976 Batch IRS (Customs & Central Excise) officer who joined CBEC as Member on August 02, 2012. At the time of appointment as Member, CBEC, she was holding the charge of Director General, HRD, Customs and Central Excise, New Delhi. A post-graduate and M Phil In Public Administration, Ms Baliga joined the Department on November 05, 1976. She has worked on various important positions including Commissioner (Appeals) Pune,Commissioner Customs Shillong and Chief Commissioner, Customs & Central Excise, Mysore.
Ms Shobha L Chary, currently Member, (P&V) in the CBEC, is a 1977 batch IRS (Customs & Central Excise) officer who joined CBEC as Member on August 13, 2012. At the time of appointment as Member, CBEC, she was holding the charge of Chief Commissioner, Customs, Mumbai-I. Ms Chary who joined the department on November 7, 1977 has served in various capacities in the field formation of Customs and Central Excise, besides being an Under Secretary in the Board. She waspromoted as Chief Commissioner in December 2009.
Mrs Lipika Majumdar Roy Choudhury, who was Chief Commissioner of Customs and Excise, Ahmedabad, before taking over the charge of Member (Service Tax) in CBEC is looking after the charge of Chief Commissioner, CX, Bhubaneswar, Chief Commissioner, CX, Kolkata, Chief Commissioner, Customs, Kolkata, Chief Commissioner, CX, Ranchi (HQ. at Patna), Chief Commissioner, Customs (P), Patna, Chief Commissioner, CX, Shillong and DG (Service Tax).
Detailed story in our upcoming February magazine issue.
Javed Ahmed to be new Police Commissioner,
Maj Gen Khosla is new Military Secretary to
Lt Gen Bakshi to move to Jullandar
Rahul Asthana to be Member of MERC ?
Naqvi is new Special Director, Enforcement
Pratap Singh is new HC to Bahamas
35 GMs to attend interview for ED
National Steam Congress attracts International
Appointment of 4 new High Court Judges
Ms Debjani Chakrabarti is Director, Revenue
60 IPS officers transferred in Uttar Pradesh
56 IAS officers reshuffled in Uttar Pradesh
Nagaland CS and ACS proceed on leave
Mobile number is secret in UP?
Five Judges of Bombay HC to retire in 2013
Chandra Bhan Singh empanelled as Joint Secretary
Ms Divya Malhotra posted as DG, Railway, Delhi
Ms Seth goes to Antananarivo
Three 1988 batch IPS officers are now ADG
Jha is back to Orissa
P C Mishra gets HAG in Jharkhand
Subhash Goswami is new Director NPA, Hyderabad
17 EDs interviewed for nine posts of CMD in
PSU Banks (UPDATED)
13 IPS officers of 1986 batch empanelled as
Joint Secretary in GoI (UPDATED)
Ms Shashi Minz is Chief Commissioner, Customs,
Ms R Shakuntala posted as Chief Commissioner,
Customs, Chennai (UPDATED)
P J R Sekhar transferred as Chief Commissioner,
Customs, Vishakhapatnam (UPDATED)
Khanna appointed Director, Lanco Industries
Singh ceases to be Employee Workmen Director,
Gopinathnan appointed CFO, TCS
Mahajan appointed Nominee Director, STL Global
Kothandaraman resigns as Director, Gemini
Chandran appointed Director, Gemini Communication
Khattar resigns as Independent Director, Rathi
Steel & Power Ltd
Ratan Tata steps down as Director, Bombay
Dyeing & Manufacturing Company Ltd
Gupta appointed Whole-time Director, Arcee
General Electric appoints Banmali Agarwala
as President & CEO, India?
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Khemka who is responsible for exposing various deals of Vadra in Haryana is being hounded by vested interests with help of the government, the bureaucracy and the politicians in power. Instead of helping him and standing solidly beside him, it is sad and shocking that the IAS fraternity is spinelessly sitting like a mute spectator and Infact, pleasing the politicians to curry favors for themselves.
Similar is the case with IRS. No one seems to be turning a whistle-blower and helping their former colleague Kejriwal to expose corruption in government. This shows that bureaucracy is really hands in glove and equal partners with the politicians in the loot of the country.
Shame on them.
BJP itself would scuttle Modi's chances as PM !
If anyone thinks that Narendra Modi is going to be the next PM, he is in a fool's paradise. Though he is the fit man to lead the nation, BJP itself will act against him. That is why they brought in a village pramukh level leader and arch politician like Rajnath Singh as their National President, though under him as BJP State President, BJP came a cropper in UP in 2002 and as BJP National President, lost the Parliamentary elections in 2004.In case BJP wins the elections with the charisma of Narendra Modi , Singh will first instigate Sushma Swaraj and Jaitley and offer himself as a compromise candidate. If that fails they will all join together and instigate Yadavs of JD(U).If all these fail, there is that Mulayam Singh (with all those corruption chargespending against him) who has handed over the state to his son and waiting in the wings. God save this nation.
Plight of CGHS beneficiaries
CGHS beneficiaries are being deprived of taking treatment in good hospitals of Delhi due to wrong and impractical decisions. Hospitals like Escorts, Okhla, Ganga Ram, Batra, Max Saket, Orthonova and so many others have drawn from CGHS empanelment. Why they have withdrawn is very clear that the treatment cost is high and Govt. reimburses lower amount. Ministry of Health and family welfare should work out a amicable solution so that CGHS beneficiaries can get the treatment in these hospitals. Things will not work one sided. Both parties have to come at reasonable charges. Now the stent cost has been reduced drastically so low that no hospitals will provide treatment to CGHS beneficiaries except RML, Safdarjung. What a plight of CGHS beneficiaries specially retired Sr. citizens who do not have any other income except pension.
Dr Suresh Mehrotra has his lips sealed, if you have any whispers then send it to us
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