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What people say about us!
Editor and the worthy team
Firstly I and all reader feel that the whispers, twice a day, are doing wonderful, valuable and yeoman service.
Gehlots from Jaipur
Six Secretary level vacancies to be filled
up this week
Rajan Gupta to be DG, BPR&D!
No decision about I & B Secretary
S Vijay Kumar to be Member, CAT ?
Gupta appointed Ambassador to Republic of
Who will be new MD of State Bank of India
Prasenjit Mukherjee is now Deputy CAG
Somesh Goyal's coffee table book release by
Salman Khurshid today
A P Panda to join as Director (Fin), SECL
on Aug 1
Jagat Singh poised to be elevated as IG,BSF
Krishan Kumar Jalan is new CPF Commissioner
Lt Gen Gurmeet Singh to move Srinagar
Dileep Shivpuri only candidate for President
of IRS Association
Two candidates for Vice-President post of
Rajani Kant Gupta only candidate for General
Secretary of IRS Association
R K Arora joins UPSC
Dr Anita Bhatnagar Jain joins NDMA
Nilesh Kalbhor posted as Asstt Director (News),
DD News, N- Delhi
Rajendra Pandey posted as DIG(Ops), HQ, KMR
11 posts of SP vacant in NPA
R H Auradker likely to join central deputation
V Ravi Ramakrishna granted non-functional
Navneet Rajan Wasan promoted to DGP rank in
A Sivanarayana promoted as DGP, Vigilance
& Enforcement in AP
IPS gets promotion in NIA
Dev is new Excise Commissioner Orissa
Alka Dewan is Secretary Finance, Delhi Govt.
Foundation Stone Laying of ESI Dispensary,
Kollam (Kerala) (UPDATED)
CISF now has 4th Reserve Battalion at Sivagangai
in TN (UPDATED)
Menon is new GM Syndicate Bank
Shishir Bajaj re-appointed CMD, Bajaj Hindustan
Two directors cease to be on Board of Patidar
Sehgal appointed GM, Hyatt Bangalore
Hajara appointed Addl. Director, Dolphin Offshore
Enterprises (India) Ltd
Anand resigns as President, PepsiCo India?
Chhibba appointed GM, ITC Mughal, Agra
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Debate on WIC was important and informative too
Debate on reservation was important and very informative and if readers observe decency in comments, it can continue. It covered 'related-to-reservation' views of readers ranging from Vedas to Smiritis, Muslim invasion to British invasion, Simon Commission to Round Table Conference, Poona Pact to Mandal Commission till 2013. The Editor in Chief and team deserves appreciation. One can say at least there is some one in media who dares to publish pro- reservation views and also anti. Otherwise, traditionally Indian media is seen as anti-Dalit and anti-reservation. I must say Whispersinthecorridors is different.
Singh R K
Views of Whisperss on retirement age totally correct
The views of Whisperss on the subject of retirement age is totally correct. Even the government should think of shedding the non-performing employees by imposing compulsory retirement. Work study should be done and many posts should be reallocated.
R P Ranganathan
Don't be sarcastic
KB don't try to sarcastic by suggesting that the retirment age should be brought to 35-40 years for attracting young talents. Are you a candidate desiring to live on the tax payers money for some more years?. In fact feudalistic and corrupt people have such desires. Don't try to play against the natural forces. If a man has come on this earth, then one day he has to go.
Don't try to reverse process of nature !
It is only those persons who are on the verge of retirement, enjoying
perks & perquisites and are 1/4th from the graveyard are propagating
the cause of the increase of retirement age for people who thrive on
tax payers money. Majority of the Delhi Administration School Teachers
are into the business of property dealing in somebody else's name. If
some strict scrutiny is done, then you will find that most of them have
sub-let their teaching job to some person or the other.
Raising retirement age would bring in serious consequences
It is ironical in country where the population is unlimited and seems would remain so for another few decades, raising the retirement age would bring in serious consequences for the gen Young. Those who feel that they still have few more years in them of true public service should dedicate them at no cost to GoI instead of eating into the aspiring youth. My personal view permits me to vouch that this be reduced for two more years so that extremely huge expenditure incurred on the medical n health in old age could further be saved and people will have more face and time for volunteer services,
Dinesh P Singh
Mismanagement of Police leadership
If constable is getting a day off for the first time in his 29 years of police service , it is attributable to complete failure and gross negligence and mismanagement of Police leadership. First thing that is taught in respective Academies is man management based on the principle of leading by example, All the academies that prepare leaders with regimental pattern of training of an infantry combatant also teach you the principles of proper, rest and relief for your human element of your formation. The Police organizations are victims of gross negligence and mismanagement of ceremonial IPS cadre because people recruited are substandard material, devoid of leadership qualities, UPSC has no testing system to check their aptitude necessary for policing and leadership positions. It is our hardly working police, where every one is trained to pretend as professional and blame every failure on political leadership. fact is we have Babus pretending as Police officers. Policing is a purely street job for which if you gain all the experience while sitting in the four walls of office, you will end up as a Babu, who will know how to write misleading reports but wouldn't know how to practically manage rest and relief to your manpower and how to take decisions based on sound policing experience but resort to political decisions in accordance to the proximity to political leadership.
Partiality in CBDT
Transfers orders passed by CBDT on 21.06.2013 clearly smack of partiality and possibly there are some other reasons in these transfers other than those mentioned in the transfer orders . There is no reason why officers transferred to Directorates should be brought back to field and vice versa. Why there should be retransfers at the same station .
CSS Cadre Restructuring
The suggestion by one of the friends to have 10 - 15 posts of Additional Secretaries for CSS on the pattern of Pakistan is amusing. Please be aware of what's happening in their bureaucracy. Also, he wants CSS promotees to equate the IAS at AS/Secretary level? Please think beyond personal elevations.
NSSO enhances feel good factor
According to the NSSO's 68th Round of survey, poorest of the poor in India survive on barely Rs.17 per day in villages and Rs.23 a day in cities. Two years ago, the Planning Commission drew flak for setting the poverty line at Rs.26 per capita per day in rural areas and Rs.32 per capita per day in urban areas. Seems to be true. Members of Parliament survive on a THALI in Parliament House costing Rs 10.The UPA-II ensures food security for MPs Who cares for declining GDP and galloping inflation and record-breaking corruption ?Every thing is hunky dory.
A K Saxena (A retired civil servant)
Dr Suresh Mehrotra has his lips sealed, if you have any whispers then send it to us
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