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Orders of Pramod Agrawal for CMD Coal India issued on Dec 6

(WE SAID THIS ON AUG 27 AND 28)

MP cadre IAS officer, Pramod Agrawal to succeed A K Jha as CMD, Coal India

A 1991 batch IAS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre, Pramod Agrawal has been selected for the post of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Coal India Limited (CIL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on August 27, 2019. He is likely to succeed incumbent Anil Kumar Jha retiring in January, 2020. As many as five candidates including two IAS officers were interviewed for the same.

Announcement of Justice Ramana nominated as NLSA Exec Chairman  on Dec 6

(WE SAID THIS ON NOV 28 AND 29)

Justice N V Ramana nominated as NLSA Exec. Chairman

President of India has nominated Justice N.V. Ramana as Executive Chairman of National Legal Services Authority.

 

 

Ajit Kumar appointed Member CBIC on Dec 7

(WE SAID THIS ON APRIL 9, 2019)

Who will be new Members of CBIC ?

This is a million dollar question that who will appointed Members against the three vacant posts in CBIC ? In recent past those IRS (C&CE) were superseded who were due to retire in few months. If same patterns repeated than Devendra Singh and M. Ajit Kumar likely to be appointed new Members. Both officers belong to 1984 batch.

(WE  SAID THIS ON OCTOBER 31, 2019)

Will Singh and Kumar be Member of CBIC ?

1984 batch IRS (C&CE ) officer Devendra Singh presently Principal Chief Commissioner Meerut and M Ajit Kumar Principal Chief Commissioner , Chennai are likely to be appointed new Members of the CBIC.  Kumar is also 1984 batch IRS(C&CE) officer.

 

G C Chaturvedi appointed Chairman of NSE on Dec 6

(WE SAID THIS  ON DEC 2 and 3, 2019)

G C Chaturvedi to be Chairman of NSE

Girish Chandra Chaturvedi, the new non-executive chairman of ICICI Bank, will be new Chairman of the National Stock Exchange (NSE). A low profile and dedicated 1977 batch former IAS officer of UP cadre, Chaturvedi has held key positions of Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Special Director General (Finance & Accounts), Organizing Committee Commonwealth Games, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Additional/Joint Secretary, Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance and Additional Secretary & Mission Director, National Rural Health Mission, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare during his tenure..

32 Railway officers get premature retirement on Dec 6

(WE  SAID THIS ON DEC 3, 2019)

Govt's next clean-up with compulsory retirement is Rlys !!

It is said that about half a dozen officers, working in the Ministry of Railways, are being given compulsory retirement from the service on various corruption charges. There was no official word about this.

(WE SAID THIS ON AUG 6,2019 )

55+ year old rail employees run the risk of losing jobs

The buzz around is that Indian Railways is contemplating to reduce its staff strength by two to three lakhs. This would primarily include those employees who have attained the age of 55 years and those who have completed 30 years of service.




WHISPERS POLITICS NEWS

This is History (1098)

The best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency.

 

 

 

 

 

Rashtrapati Bhawan free from controversy

President Ram Nath Kovind is following PM Narendra Modi’s advice by keeping away  family members from the routine affairs. And the result is Rashtrapati Bahwan is free from corruption and controversies.

 

 

 

 

 

Will Gandhi family now maintain distance ?

Does it appear that Gandhi family clearly wants to maintain distance from Shiv Sena. This question is being asked.

 

 

 

 

Will there be trade war ?

Will there be trade war as the countries are trying to revive/save domestic industry. It is going to happen everywhere.

 

 

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Women politicians below 55 years of age identified by whispersinthecorridors.com
 
Roja Selvamani ; Alka Lamba ; Smriti Irani ; Nagma ; Krishna Gaur ; Navneet Ravi Rana ; Shruti Choudhry (44) ; Priya Dutt ; Supriya  Sule ; Poonam Mahajan ; Kanimozhi ; Saroj Pandey ; Mahua Moitra ; Agatha Kongkal Sangma ; Harsmirat Kaur ; Jyoti Mirdha ; Meenakshi Lekhi ; Priyanka Chaturvedi ; Dimple Yadav ; Kajal Nishad ; Divya Spandana ; Gul Panag ; Pritam Munde ; Anupriya Singh Patel ; Shazia Ilmi ; Angoorlata Deka ; Aparjita Sarangi ; Priyanka Gandhi ; Nusrat Jahan and Mimi Chakarboratory.
 
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32 Railway officers get premature retirement

As many as 32 Railway officers have compulsorily been given premature retirement from various services of Railways. A total of 22 officers are from Group A (SG and Above, excepting IRMS) including one each from IRAS and IRPS, three from IRTS; six from IRSE, three from IRSEE, one from IRSSE, three from IRSS, three from IRSME, Misc cadre/school-1; two from RBSS, RBSSS, Misc-A; two from RBSS, RBSSS, Misc-B and six from C&D.

G C Chaturvedi appointed Chairman of NSE

The National Stock Exchange of India Ltd or NSE has appointed Girish Chandra Chaturvedi, a former 1977 batch IAS Officer and former Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India, as the new Chairman of NSE,

(We Said this on Dec 2 and 3, 2019)

Vijay Kumar appointed in MHA

Former adviser to the Governor of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, K Vijay Kumar, has been appointed as a senior security adviser in the Union Home Ministry .He is former 1975 batch IPS officer of TamilNadu cadre.

All 24 HCs now have regular CJs

It is the first occasion in many months that all 24 High Courts in the country have regular Chief Justices as on December 1, 2019.

Retd bureaucrats including of 99 years still play golf regularly in Delhi !!

Here are some names of retired bureaucrats over 80 years of age who play golf regularly in New Delhi - Inder Sawhney  (99 years), H N Singh (92), Kamal Khosla (88), J M Kapur (91) and Manmohan Bhagat (91) and many more to name a few.

Three posts of JS vacant in Mines Ministry

Ministry of Mines is facing acute shortage of Joint Secretaries for the last few months. Of these one post is reserved for FA.

1988 and 1989 batch IAS gets ACS rank in Gujarat

1988 and 1989 batch IAS officers viz. Anita Karwal, Anuradha Mall, Sanjay Anand and PanKaj Joshi have been promoted to the rank of ACS in Gujarat.

Arvind Agrawal is now CMD of GSFC

Senior Most IAS officer in Gujarat Arvind Agrawal has been appointed CMD of the Gujarat  State Fertilisers and Chemicals Ltd. He is 1984 batch IAS officer.

Two IAS officers get new assignments in MP

I C P Keshari has been appointed as Chairman, Professional Examination Board and OSD-cum-cum Resident Commissioner, Madhya Pradesh Bhawan, New Delhi as well as ACS, Commercial Taxes and Manu Shrivastava was made Principal Secretary, New and Renewable Energy and Small Scale Industries and OSD-cum-Commissioner, New and Renewable Energy as well as Commissioner, Industries.

Pramod Agrawal appointed CMD Coal India

A 1991 batch IAS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre, Pramod Agrawal has been appointed Chairman-cum-Managing Director of the  Coal India Limited (CIL) .He will succeed incumbent Anil Kumar Jha retiring in January, 2020.

(we said this on Nov 27 and 28,2019 )

Tenure of Ganesh Bakade as WDRA extended

The tenure of Ganesh A Bakade working as Director, Warehousing Development and Regulatory Authority (WDRA) has been extended upto March 2, 2022. He is a 1998 batch ITS officer.

Ministry does not have a regular Secretary

After the departure of Anil Gopishankar Mukim as CS, Gujarat, the post of Secretary, Mines is also lying vacant. Anil Jain, Coal Secretary, is holding the additional charge of Mines Ministry.

UP cadre IPS officer Modi to retire in January

Mahendraa Modi, a UP cadre 1986 batch IPS officer will retire in January 2020. Presently he is posted as DG, Special Enquiries.

Abhay returns to parent cadre

Abhay, Director, SVPNPA, has been given premature repatriation to his parent cadre. He is a 1986 batch IPS officer of Orissa cadre. He is to take over as DGP of Odisha.

Niranjan Kumar Singh appointed as Secretary, OIDB

Niranjan Kumar Singh has been appointed as Secretary (Joint Secretary level), Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB). He is a 1987 batch IFS officer of Gujarat cadre.

BoI’s Botswana subsidiary shut down

Bank of India’s overseas subsidiary-- Bank of India (Botswana) Ltd had been closed 

Two Mizoram officers awarded IFS cadre

Two officers of State Forest Service of Mizoram: Mahesh Zoramthara Singson and Lalnunsanga Khawlring have been awarded Indian Forest Service (IFS) cadre.

Shankar Lal Menaria promoted as ADG, ESD, CSO, MoSPI

Shankar Lal Menaria has been promoted to Additional Director General (ADG) grade and posted as ADG, ESD, CSO, MoSPI, New Delhi. He is an ISS officer.

Vimal Anand relieved to join as Director, Sports

Vimal Anand has been relieved to join as Director in the Department of Sports, Delhi on deputation basis. He is an IRS-IT officer.

Three ISS officers shifted

G S Lakshmi has been appointed to SDRD, NSSO, MoSPI, Kolkata, while S Krishnamurthy was posted to DPD, NSSO, MoSPI, Kolkata and Gopa Chattopadhayay is posted to DGCI&S, Commerce & Industry, Kolkata.

Gautam Chandra De selected as Director (Fin), ECL

Gautam Chandra De, GM, BCCL, has been selected for the post of Director (Finance), Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL) at a Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) meeting held on December 6, 2019. As many as nine persons were interviewed for the same.

Himanshu Sharma to be posted as Sr. Prof. IRIEEN

Himanshu Sharma presently on deputation to RVNL is, on his return, being posted as Senior Professor, IRIEEN. He is an IRSEE officer.

Prof Tripathi appointed VC, IGNTU

Prof Prakashmani Tripathi has reportedly been appointed new VC of Indira Gandhi National Trible University, Amarkantak - MP. Prof Tripathi is presently working in Pt Deen Dayal Upadhyay University, Gorakhpur 

Vikas Purwar being shifted to COSMOW

Vikas Purwar on being relieved from the post of ADRM, Delhi is being transferred to COSMOW. He is an IRSME officer.

M C Meena being shifted to SECR

Mukesh Chand Meena on being relieved from deputation to RVNL is being posted in South East Central Railway. He is an IRSEE officer.

M. Ajit Kumar appointed Member, CBIC

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of M. Ajit Kumar as a Member of Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC). He is an IRS (C&CE) officer of 1984 batch.

HUDCO releases calendar and diary for the year 2020,

Dr. M. Ravi Kanth CMD HUDCO released HUDCO calendar and diary for  the year 2020, at a  function held to mark the 63rd    death anniversary of Babasaheb Dr. B.R.  Ambedkar, Architect of our Constitution.

C S Rajaram appointed High Commissioner to Ghana

C. Sugandh Rajaram , presently Consul General, Consulate General of India, Munich has been appointed as the next High Commissioner of India to the Republic of Ghana.He is an Indian Foreign Service officer of 2001 batch.

Seven officers of Indian Postal Service become CPMG after promotion

As many as seven senior officers of Indian Postal Service have been given new postings after promotion to Higher Administrative Grade (HAG). Accordingly, Ram Bharosa has been appointed as CPMG, Andhra Pradesh circle, while Bisnupada Sarangi was made CPMG, Rajasthan circle and Amitabh Kharkwal is CPMG, Assam Circle. Similary, Rajkumar Biswanath has been appointed as CPMG, Chhattisgarh circle; Pradeep Michael Lal as Director, RAKNPA, Ghaziabad; Jitendra Gupta as CPMG, North East circle and Ms Manju Kumar was posted as CPMG, J&K circle. 

Three CPMGs transferred

Ms Anjali Anand has been appointed as CPMG, Uttarakhand circle, while Vinay Kumar Tiwari was made CPMG, Punjab circle and Anil Kumar-I is CPMG, Bihar circle.

Tenure of Sachin Kishore as DDG, Postal Directorate extended

The tenure of Sachin Kishore as Deputy Director General (FS), Postal Directorate, New Delhi, has been extended till March 31, 2020. He is a 1997 batch officer of Indian Postal Service.

Pankaj Joshi appointed as ACS, Finance, Energy in Gujarat

Pankaj Joshi has been appointed as Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department with additional charge of Energy & Petrochemicals in Gujarat. He is a 1989 batch IAS officer. 

Khatsuria appointed Non Exec. Director of Sintex Industries

Sintex Industries Limited has appointed Jayesh Hasmukhrai Khatsuria as Non- Executive Director of the company.

Kapania to get another role in Aditya Birla Group

Himanshu Kapania has stepped down and will relinquish his role as the Non-Executive Director and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Grasim Industries Ltd from  December 31, 2019, as he will be pursuing another role in Aditya Birla Group.

Sridharan quits as CFO of Axis Bank

Jairam Sridharan has quit as Chief Financial Officer of Axis Bank w.e.f. March 6, 2020.

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DEBATE (1)

I always admired you Saroj ji ..A great lady. A big hearted human.

Keep up the good work

Bablu Kumar

 

DEBATE (2)

We salute your efforts Madam. You are always there to help the people of Durg/Bhilai. 

Sonu Prasad

 

DEBATE (3)

Supriya Sule is showing political maturity and she deserves.

Rajendra Kothari

 

Angels roam around as men

Peasantry of West Punjab comprising mainly Sikhs and Hindus, was almost rendered pauper in 1947. With the super human efforts of S.Tarlok singh and S.Mohinder Singh Randhawa, both legendary ICS officers,  the peasantry got lands in lieu of the lands left by it in Pakistan, on war footing, though with substantial cuts. However the farmers did not have the money for seeds, bullocks, fertilizers and implements etc to cultivate those lands. Small amount of loans called taccavis were disbursed to them, for the cultivation purpose. Similarly some loans were advanced for building/repair of houses. Income from the agriculture generally remained elusive, causing piling up of loan amounts, along with interest and penal interest. The farmers ,who were in position to repay the loans, faced different kinds of problems, which were equally horrifying and embarrassing for the already distressed multitude.

Our family had got such loans to the tune of rupees four thousands. My father, who had also got a government job at Amritsar, used to regularly pay the installments. But, invariably we would get demand notices of the money, which we had already repaid with interest and penal interest. On the day we received recovery notices, a shadow of gloom and sadness pervaded over our home. My father would get hold of the treasury receipts, get leave from the office and proceed to Ferozepore, where the land had been allotted to us, to get the accounts reconciled and settled. On his returning home,  he would profusely abuse the clerks ,responsible for issuing the notices, in spite of the fact that the loans had been repaid. He would also narrate the travails of travel from Amritsar to Ferozepore. Harike barrage had not been constructed then. Punjab roadways bus would go up to Harike, the passengers would get down there to get on to the boats to cross the confluence of Sutlej and Beas rivers. After crossing the rivers, a bus would take the passengers to Ferozepore. Harike barrage came into existence only in 1953.Next year the same notices with the addition of interest and penal interest would reappear to make our life hellish. The tehsil officials acted like agents of tyranny, not thinking of the countless miseries of the peasantry. I was in BA part 2,when my father told me to go to Ferozepore, to get the matter settled as he was not well. Since we had made our residence at Amritsar, I was terrified to think of visiting a tehsil or deputy commissioner's office at Ferozepore. I had natural aversion to the haunted  looking buildings of tehsils and police stations, unaware of the fact that i will have to spend many years in such buildings. I went to Ferozepore and as advised by my father, I went to meet the deputy commissioner.

While entering his room, I was trembling. However that gentlemanly looking noble man listened to my problem and called both the branch officer of revenue branches and Assistant superintendent revenue. On that very day the tehsildar and wasil baqi nawis were also summoned by him. It was revealed that such challans were allowed to pile up and were not  regularly incorporated in the relevant registers  of accounts. Resultantly, thousands of ill-fated farmers, who had to leave heart, hearth and land in Pakistan, suffered this tyranny of repeated notices. The deputy commissioner suspended the tehsil employee and put on duty extra staff to incorporate the pending challans in the account books to update the record.

Our purpose was served. It was coincidental that after a decade , I joined civil service and was posted in the same district. I made discreet inquiries as to what had happened to thousands of people, who used to repay the loans with great difficulty but still the account books showed them as loan defaulters. I was told that one deputy commissioner would himself sit throughout the night to get the accounts records completed. He also got the proclamations made in the villages to the effect that if anyone was facing such  problem, he could directly meet him. Patwaris and qanungos also spent day and night to get receipts from the people and got those  incorporated in the record. The deputy commissioner had accomplished this small looking great work  to provide immeasurable relief to thousands of God forsaken human beings. The people remembered such a noble administrator S. Kuldip Singh Virk for very long..

Surinderjit Singh Sandhu

DATE WITH RTI

Role of a PIO under RTI Act

Part information was provided in response to the applicant seeking information regarding seniority list of staff nurse. On appeal, the First Appellate Authority directed the PIO to provide information to the appellant, if available. A Show Cause Notice was issued by the CIC for complete non application of mind, non-furnishing of information in response to the RTI application, non-compliance of the FAA’s order and violation of the mandate laid down by the RTI Act. The PIO submitted before the CIC that as PIO, Health Department as Nodal Officer, his responsibility always involved forwarding the questions/information sought by the applicant to the concerned branches under Health Department and forwarding the response received from them to the applicant i.e. the role of a Nodal PIO is that of a post office. The CIC observed that such a poor understanding of the RTI Act can be rectified not by imposing penalty, but by referring the Nodal PIO for a training session to upgrade his knowledge about RTI Act. The CIC marked a copy of the order to the FAA, H&FW Department to take necessary steps ensuring that the Nodal PIO is appropriately trained to handle RTI cases and made aware that the role of Nodal PIO encompasses more duties than acting merely as a post office

Comments

A PIO is not just a post office and should act as a catalyst in expediting dissemination of information by the actual custodian of information.

Citation: Smt. Nirmala Kumari v. 1. PIO, Deptt. Of Health & Family Welfare and PIO, O/o Medical Supdt., Lok Nayak Hospital in Second Appeal No. CIC/LOKHN/A/2017/151062, Date of Decision: 30.10.2019

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