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A general is just as good or just as bad as the troops under his command make him.






Astrologically November is important in Indian politics !

Astrologically, November is going to be crucial and important for some political personalities.




An ambition is a sin?

There is a saying, “an ambition is a sin and political ambition is a greater sin by which countries and people have fallen”. This applies on regional leaders who tried to become national leader and did not succeed. It means regional leaders should not aspire for the national post.




Jawahar Sircar nominated for RS by the TMC

The TMC has nominated former Prasar Bharati CEO Jawhar Sircar to the Rajya Sabha from West Bengal. He is a retired 1975 batch IAS officer and his last assignment was CEO, Prasar Bharti. He retired as Secretary, Culture in GoI.





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22 IAS officers retiring in July

As many as 22 IAS officers of various cadres and batches are retiring in July 2021. The officers are:  Madhu Krishana Garg of AGMUT cadre; Abhay Tripathi of Andhra Pradesh; V S Bhaskar and Sazzad Zaman Hazarika of Assam-Meghalaya;  Chittaranjan Kumar Khetan of Chhattisgarh;  Ashok  Sangwan and Rajiv Mehta of Haryana; Dr Sandeep Dave of Karnataka; A Shajahan and Ajaya Kumar A R of Kerala;  Jaishree Kiyavat and Durg Vijay Singh of Madhya Pradesh; Deepak M Muglikar of Maharashtra; Prafulla Chandra Pradhan of Odisha; Aran Bir Singh Sidhu of Punjab; Veerendra Singh Bankawat and Shyam Lal Goojar of Rajasthan; K Megraj of Tamil Nadu;  Dr G S G Ayyangar of Tripura; Rajeev Sharma and Sahdev of Uttar Pradesh and Pawan Kumar Agarwal of West Bengal.

Three officers quit Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax

Nikhil Pandit, CIT, New Delhi;  Mrs E Padma, ACIT, Chennai and Manoj Nigam, DCIT, Lucknow have resigned from Indian Revenue Service of Income Tax cadre.

Nasir Kamal appointed DG, BCAS

Nasir Kamal has been appointed as Director General in Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) for a further period of two years. He is a 1986 batch IPS officer of UP cadre.

(We said this on May 27, 2021)

List of 11 IPS officers reaches UPSC for DGP of West Bengal

The West Bengal govt has sent a  list  of 11 IPS  officers to the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) for consideration for the appointment of new DGP of the state.

Sanjay Kundu to join GoI

The Himachal Pradesh Government has given NOC to DGP Sanjay Kundu for deputation to the GoI. He is a 1989 batch IPS officer.

Who will be new DGP of Himachal Pradesh ?

In case Sanjay Kundu joins the GoI in a couple of months, who will succeed him as DGP of Himachal Pradesh ? Tie is said to be between his batchmate S R Ojha and 1990 batch IPS officers Shyam Bhagat Negi who hails from the state.

Rajnish Kumar promoted as CGDA

Rajnish Kumar has been promoted as CGDA in the MoD. He is a 1984 batch IDAS officer and officiating as CGDA.

(We said this on March 8, 2021)

Mishra is now OSD (Political) in MEA

Akhilesh Mishra has been designated as OSD (Political) in the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). He is said to be the first ever Secretary-level IFS officer to be assigned this special duty in the MEA.

MD and CEO of PNB to get extension ?

S. S. Mallikarjuna Rao, MD and CEO of PNB is expected to get a four months extension till Jan 31, next year. His term is coming to an end on September 18.

MD and CEO of Uco Bank to get extension ?

MD and CEO of Uco Bank Atul Kumar Goel is likely to get a two-year extension beyond November 1 this year.

MD and CEO of Bank of Maharashtra to get 2 Yrs extension ?

A S Rajeev, MD and CEO of Bank of Maharashtra is likely to get an extension of two years beyond December 1.

Jain to be MD and CEO of Indian Bank ?

S L Jain for  is being tipped to be MD and CEO of Indian Bank. The Banks Board Bureau had recommended the name of Jain in May after the interview.

Patnaik to assume charge as MD, LIC on Oct 1

 BC Patnaik, Executive Director and Zonal Manager (Selection Grade), Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) will be taking over the charge as Managing Director, LIC, on October 1, 2021.

Three IIS officers promoted to DG grade

The ACC has given approval to three IIS officers to the DG grade. They are- Sheyphali Sharan, S J Narain and Dhirendra Ojha for the panel years 2020 and 2021.They are 1990 batch IIS officers. UPSC has promoted these officers in June this year.

Interviews for Director Marketing, IOCL cancelled

The scheduled interviews for the post of Director (Marketing), Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) on July 23, 2021 has been cancelled due to some technical reasons.

Ranjan yet to get orders for Director (Pers), CIL

Vinay Ranjan, Director Personnel, Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL), is yet to get orders for Director (Personnel & IR), Coal India Limited (CIL).

ACC clears promotion of Deshpande

R D Deshpande, Director, Monitoring (Central) Directorate, Central Water Commission (CWC) has been promoted to the post of Member Secretary, Upper Yamuna River Board (UYRB), Delhi in Level 14 of the Pay Matrix, on deputation basis, for a period of 05 years.

Two retd officers appointed Assessors

Dr. S.K. Srivastava, Retd. Chairman, Krishna River Management Board  and Ravi Shanker, Retd. Chief Engineer, Central Water Commission, have been appointed as Assessors in the Krishna Water Disputes Tribunal on re-employment basis in Level 15 of the Pay Matrix for a period of one year.

Jain to be ADG PIB in Rly Board

Rajeev Jain will be new ADG,(M&C), PIB in Railway Board. He is an IIS officer.

Anand recommended for Insurance Ombudsman, Bangalore

The name of Vipin Anand has been recommended by the selection committee for the post of Insurance Ombudsman at Bangalore.

Sastri and Pradhan kept as reserved candidates for Insurance Ombudsman, Bangalore

The names of DT Vilasa Sastri and Sidharth Pradhan have been kept as candidates on the reserve list, in this order, by the selection committee for the post of Insurance Ombudsman at Bangalore.

Tenure of Ms. Vandana Sharma extended

The tenure of Ms. Vandana Sharma as Secretary, Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB), has been extended for a period of one year beyond July 25, 2021. She is a CSS officer.

Vinay Ranjan appointed as Director (P&IR), Coal India Ltd (UPDATED)

Vinay Ranjan, Director (Personnel), ECL has been appointed as Director (Personnel & Industrial Relations), Coal India Limited (CIL). The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has approved his appointment to the post.

Sanjay Panjiyar appointed as Director (Ope), HCL (UPDATED)

Sanjay Panjiyar, CGM, NDMC Limited, has been appointed as Director (Operations) in Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL). The Appointments Committee of Cabinet (ACC) has approved his appointment to the post.

Reshuffle of IAS officers in UP (UPDATED)

As many as 16 IAS officers in UP have been shifted and given new postings. Akshay Tripathi has been appointed as Vice Chairman, Lucknow Development Authority, while Vijay Kiran Anand was made DM, Gorakhpur and Arvind Singh takes charge as Vice Chairman, Kanpur Development Authority. Similarly, Madhusudan Nagaraj Hoogly will be posted as Vice Chairman, Moradabad Development Authority; Gaurang Rathi as Vice Chairman, Aligarh Development Authority; Selva Kumari J as DM, Aligarh; Chandra Bhushan Singh as DM, Muzaffarnagar; Shivasharanappa G N as Municipal Commissioner, Kanpur; Ashish Kumar as Vice Chairman, Saharanpur; Dr Lokesh M as Commissioner, Saharanpur; Adusumilli V Raja Mouli as Commissioner, Food Logistics; Manish Chauhan as Secretary, Industrial Development and Arvind Kumar Chauhan is now Vice Chairman, Prayagraj Development Authority. Besides, K Vijayendra Pandian, DM, Gorakhpur, has been relieved for central deputation and Abhishek Prakash, DM, Lucknow, has been relieved of the additional charge of Vice Chairman, Lucknow Development Authority.

Dr Jitendra Singh launches digitization with inauguration of e-Office at CEL (UPDATED)

Dr Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Charge) of the Ministry of Earth Sciences; Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office; Minister of State in the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Minister of State in the Department of Atomic Energy; and Minister of State in the Department of Space, launched digitization with inauguration of e-Office under Digital India Mission at Central Electronics Limited (CEL), a Government of India Enterprise.  The Union Minister of State said that the Digital India Mission of the Prime Minister is an ambitious project. It is helping in the growth of the country by promoting transparency and good governance.  Dr Jitendra Singh started a tree plantation program in CEL by planting a sapling. He appreciated the efforts of the Company to keep its campus green & clean with a variety of flora & fauna on the campus.  He stressed the need for industry to take care of its environment and surroundings at micro level with steps to mitigate effects of climate change. He commended CEL’s efforts in this regard. On this occasion other dignitaries also planted saplings in CEL. Union Minister of State visited the unique Solar Park of CEL which showcases the journey of Solar PV in India and displays the latest uses of Solar PV Technology in rural and urban environs. He visited the manufacturing facilities of Automated Solar PV Module manufacturing plant, Microwave Electronics’ radar component, radome, body armour and other defence equipment manufacturing facilities. He also visited the Systems Production Division of the company and saw the manufacturing of SSDAC, HASSDAC, and Multi Section Digital Axle Counter facilities for Railway Safety. He appreciated the manufacturing facilities of CEL. Chetan Prakash Jain, CMD, CEL informed that CEL is a pioneer in Solar Technologies, Railway Electronics, Electronic Ceramics and Microwave electronics. CEL manufactured the 1st solar cell of India and the 1st Solar Module in 1978. For 43 years the company has been serving the far flung areas of the country through various Solar PV products like Solar Lanterns, Solar Home Lighting System, Solar Street Lights, Solar Water Pumping Systems, Solar Power Plants, etc. CEL supplied foldable solar modules to the Indian Armed Forces for use in high snow bound regions of Himalayas. CEL has done installations of Solar Power Plants at remote and tough locations of India. The company has designed and fabricated specialized flexible solar panels for use as the roof of the solar rickshaw.

3 SFS officers in Mizoram promoted to IFS (UPDATED)

Three officers of the State Forest Service of Mizoram Segment: Lalduhthlana, Margaret Lalramchhani and P C Lalchhandama have been promoted to IFS and allocated Joint AGMUT cadre for the Select List of 2019.

H S Brascon is also Special Secretary, CM in HP (UPDATED)

Harbans Singh Brascon, Director, Information & PR, Himachal Pradesh, will also hold the charge of Special Secretary, Chief Minister. He is a 2015 batch IAS officer of HP cadre.

R K Singh inaugurates REC’s new Corporate Office at Gurugram (UPDATED)

On the occasion of 52nd foundation Day of REC Limited celebrated on July 25, 2021, Cabinet Minister (Power, New & Renewable Energy) R K Singh inaugurated the Corporation’s new State-of-the-art futuristic Corporate Office at Gurugram, Haryana, in the presence of  Minister of State for Power and Heavy Industries Krishan Pal Gurjar, Secretary (Power) Alok Kumar, CMD - REC Limited Sanjay Malhotra and key officials of the Ministry of Power and REC. REC’s new corporate office, spread over 4.2 acres, is a bioclimatic building boasting of a plaza and a 400-seat auditorium. It is a net-zero building powered by its own 1MW rooftop solar plant, and has been awarded by GRIHA summit (Green Rating for Integrated Habitat Assessment) for Integrated Water Management and Energy Management. As part of the ongoing Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of Indian Independence, the Ministers also released a report on Key Regulatory Parameters of Power Utilities. The report captures key regulatory information of DISCOMs apart from state-owned transmission and generation utilities. It will facilitate meaningful comparison of their performance and bring forth actionable insights for relevant power sector stakeholders, including policy makers and regulators. Benchmarking and comparative assessment of the key regulatory parameters will also provide a comprehensive overview of how the power utilities are faring and the corrective measures required to be undertaken. The event also saw the release of a booklet on the Achievements of the Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gram Jyoti Yojana (DDUGJY) scheme of the Government of India and a compendium on REC’s CSR initiatives by the dignitaries. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister congratulated REC on its 52nd Foundation Day and said, “It has been a glorious journey which REC can be proud of…REC recently completed the task of connecting every village and hamlet in record time, and of transforming the power sector.” In his speech, the Secretary (Power) remarked, “REC is moving to a new building. This change should mark a new era for REC.”

2 Under Secretaries posted after return from deputation (UPDATED)

Two Under Secretaries have been posted consequent upon their repatriation from deputation. Arindam Kumar Mitra has been posted to the Ministry of Home Affairs and Rameshwar Nath Dixit to the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways.


45 IRS-IT officers get new postings at CCIT level (UPDATED)

As many as 45 CCIT officers have been given new postings. Accordingly, Omkareshwar Chidara has been posted as CCIT ReAC, Vijayawada, while Dr S V S Prasad was posted as CCIT, ReAC, Visakhapatnam and G V Hemlatha Devi is CCIT, Hyderabad. Similarly, Reena Sinha Puri has been posted to CCIT ReAC-!, Delhi; Alka Bhargava Singh, ReAC-2, Delhi; Mohanish Verma as CCIT-1, Delhi; Pankaj Vidyarthi as CCIT-2, Delhi; Sajiv Dut as CCIT RFAC, Delhi; Sanjay PUri as CCIT TDS, Delhi; Sunita Bainsla as DGIT, I &CI; Rajeev Agarwal as CCIT ReAC, Vadodara; Satinder Singh Rana as CCIT-I, Ahmedabad; Ravinder I Patel as CCIT TDS, Ahmedabad; Prashant Bhushan as CCIT, ReAC, Bengaluru; Gunjan Prasad as CCIT, ReAC, Panaji; Y Rajendra as CCIT-I, Bengaluru; Gunja Prasad as CCIT, ReAC, Indore; Ashwani Kumar as CCIT ReAC-1, Mumbai; Smita Srivastava as CCIT ReAC-3, Mumbai; Sachchidanand Srivastava as CCIT-1, Mumbai; Reena Jha Tripathi as CCIT-3 Mumbai; Ajay Kumar as CCIT TDS Mumbai; Ajay Kumar Srivasgava as CCIT TDS, Mumbai; Sangam Narain Srivasastava as CCIT, Intl Tax West zone; Poonam Khaira Sidhu as CCIT Re-AC, Ludhiana; Radha Raman Pathak as CCIT Re-AC Shimla; K M Bali as CCIT, Amritsar; Pradip Mehrotra as CCIT, Panchkula; Yeshwant U Chavan as CCIT ReAC, Thane; Sushil Kumar Singh as CCIT, Pune; Shishira Jha as CCIT, ReAC, Jodhpur; Irina Garg as CCIT, Udaipur; Tripati Biswas as CCIT Re-AC-1, Chennai; Geetha Ravichanran as CCIT-1, Chennai ;Ravichandran Ramasamy as CCIT TDS, Chennai; Mora Bhupal Reddy as CCIT, Coimbatore, Jayant Diddi as CCIT, ReAC, Bareilly; Vinod Kumar Tiwari as CCIT, Allahabad; Vipin Chandra as CCIT ReAC, Dehradun; Krinwant Sahay as CCIT, Ghaziabad; Md Mohsin Alam as CCIT ReAC-1, Kolkata; Anil Kumar as CCIT, ReAC-3, Kolkata; Sanjay Kumar Rastogi as CCIT RFAC Kolkata; Harsh Prakash as CCIT-1, Kolkata and Raju Tayeng was posted as CCIT TDS, Kolkata.

13 IRS-IT officers shifted at DGIT (Inv) level (UPDATED)

As many as 13 IRS-IT officers have been transferred and posted to different places at DGIT (Investigation) level. Accordingly, Vasundhara Sinha has been posted as DGIT Investigation, Hyderabad while Parneet Sachdeva was posted as DGIT Investigation, Patna and H B S Gill is DGIT investigation, Delhi. Similarly, Rajat Bansal has been posted as CCIT C Delhi; Pravin Kumar as DGIT Investigation, Ahmedabad; Sanjai Kumar Verma as DGIT Investigation, Bengaluru; Anand Kumar as DGIT Investigation Kochi; M V Bhanumathi as DGIT Investigation, Mumbai; Chaitali Panmei as CCIT C-2, Mumbai; Renu Jauhri as DGIT Investigation, Jaipur; Sunil Mathur as DGIT Investigation, Chennai; Mohan Kumar Singhania as DGIT Investigation, Lucknow and Suresh Kumar was posted as DGIT Investigation, Kolkata.

32 officers in grade of CCIT handed over additional charge (UPDATED)

As many as 32 officers in the grade of Chief Commissioner of Income Tax have been assigned additional charge. Rakesh Mishra has been assigned additional charge of CCIT ReAC, Ranchi; Mohan Verma of CCIT-3, Delhi; Pankaj Vidyarthi of CCIT-4, Delhi; Smita Jhingran of DGIT (Vig); Pragya S Saxena of DGIT (Systems); Rajeev Agarwal of CCIT ReAC, Ahmedabad; Satinder Singh Rana of CCIT, Rajkot and CCIT, Surat; Y Rajendra of CCIT (TDS), Bengaluru; Sangam Narain Srivastava of CCIT, Intl Tax (South Zone); B V Gopinath of CCIT, Thiruvananthapuram; Lekha Kumar of CCIT, Raipur; Ashwani Kumar of CCIT ReAC-2, Mumbai; Smita Srivastava of CCIT ReAC-4, Mumbai and CCIT ReAC-5, Mumbai ; Sachidanand Srivastava of CCIT-2, Mumbai; Reena Jha Tripathi of CCIT-4, Mumbai and of CCIT-5, Mumbai; Ajay Kumar Srivastava of CCIT (RFAC), Mumbai;  Raju Tayeng of CCIT, Shillong;  Yeshwant U Chavan of CCIT ReAC, Nashik;  Tripti Biswas of CCIT ReAC, Trichy; Ravichandran Ramasamy of CCIT (RFAC), Chennai;  Mora Bhupal Reddy of CCIT, Madurai; Mohsin Alam of CCIT ReAC-2, Kolkata;  Anil Kumar of CCIT ReAC-4, Kolkata; Harsh Prakash of CCIT-2, Kolkata; H B S Gill of DGIT (INV), Bhopal; Chitali Panmei of CCIT (C)-1, Mumbai;  Renu Jauhari of DGIT (INV), Chandigarh and Pravin Kumar  has been handed over additional charge of DGIT (INV), Pune.

Bhanwala appointed Public Interest Director, MCX

Harsh Kumar Bhanwala has been appointed as Public Interest Director on the Board of Multi Commodity Exchange of India Limited (MCX) with effect from August 8, 2021.

Verma appointed Nominee Director, Seshasayee Paper and Boards Ltd

Hans Raj Verma, IAS, has been appointed as Nominee Director of Seshasayee Paper and Boards Limited.

Mohanty appointed Chairman, IMFA

Nalini Ranjan Mohanty has been appointed as Additional Director, in the capacity of Non-Executive & Non-Independent Director and designated as Chairman of Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys Limited (IMFA).

Baijayant Panda re-appointed Vice-Chairman, IMFA

Baijayant Panda and Subhrakant Panda have been re-appointed as Vice-Chairman and Managing Director respectively of Indian Metals & Ferro Alloys Limited (IMFA) with effect from October 28, 2021. Besides, Chitta Ranjan Ray has been re-appointed as Whole-time Director of the company with effect from January 31, 2022.

Ms Gopalan appointed Ind. Director, Zee Media Corporation Ltd

Ms. Swetha Gopalan has been appointed as Independent Director of Zee Media Corporation Limited with effect from August 1, 2021.

Singh appointed as Executive Chairman, GNA Axles Ltd

Gursaran Singh has been appointed as Executive Chairman on the Board of GNA Axles Limited.

Jasvinder Singh appointed Executive V-C, GNA Axles Ltd

Jasvinder Singh has been appointed as Executive Vice-Chairman on the Board of GNA Axles Limited.

Ranbir Singh appointed MD & CEO, GNA Axles Ltd

Ranbir Singh has been appointed as Managing Director (MD) & Chief Executive Officer (CEO) on the Board of GNA Axles Limited. Besides, Maninder Singh has been appointed as Additional Director of the company.

Appointments in Biocon Ltd

Prof. Ravi Mazumdar and Bobby Kanubhai Parikh have been re-appointed as Director and Independent Director of Biocon Limited.

Deshmukh appointed Addl. Director, IndusInd Bank Ltd

Jayant Vasudeo Deshmukh has been appointed as Additional Director (Non-Executive Independent) - Agriculture and Rural Economy Director - on the Board of IndusInd Bank Limited.

Tyagi gets extensions as Director (T&OS), SCI

BK Tyagi, Director (L&PS), Shipping Corporation of India Limited (SCI), will continue to hold additional charge of the post of Director (T&OS), SCI, with effect from August 1, 2021.

Raut quits as Nominee Director, ARSS Infrastructure Projects Ltd

Krishna Chandra Raut, Nominee director of State Bank India, has tendered his resignation from the directorship of ARSS Infrastructure Projects Limited.

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Postings of Dy/Joint Commissioners in Income tax

The present Board has decentralised postings of DCs/JCs in Director General set-up to the local placement committee. The earlier Board usurped such powers in their hands for postings across India into their hands for "unknown purpose". It is believed that the earlier Board did it with ulterior motives.

Vikas Singh


Affidavit submitted for grant of maintenance allowance

Information regarding a copy of the affidavit submitted by appellant’s wife Mrs Bhavya Sharma to the sanctioning authority for grant of maintenance allowance was denied u/s 8(1)(e) & 8(1)(j) of the RTI Act. The appellant contended that the exemption claimed by the PIO is not proper as he was seeking information about his wife so as to know if the contents of the affidavit filed by her for grant of maintenance allowance are correct or not. The CIC held that even if there is a husband- wife relationship between the appellant and the third person regarding whom he is seeking the information but under the RTI Act, a husband is considered as a third party to his wife and the same applies vice-versa. Unless and until there is an involvement of larger public interest in disclosure of the information, no relief can be given in such cases.


Section 2 (n) of the RTI Act defines ‘third party’ as a person other than the citizen making a request for information and includes a public authority. The definition of a third party is vast and everyone other than the applicant is covered under it. A relationship does not entitle an individual to overlook the privacy of the third party.

Citation: Manish Kumar v. Headquarters Northern Command in File no.: - CIC/IARMY/A/2019/138225, Date of Decision: 02/06/2021

Dr. Anuradha Verma (dranuradhaverma@yahoo.co.in) is an expert on RTI matters and has co-authored the books RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO’s guide to RTI. Apart from her weekly article here, her other articles can be read at the website of RTI Foundation of India at the link: www.rtifoundationofindia.com

Dr. Suresh Mehrotra


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