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A new face to be next PM ?

Will the new PM be like V P Singh, I K Gujral, Chandra Shekhar or Devegowda ? Those who are against Narendra Modi say that next PM will not be a known face in Indian Politics.

Tweets, writings by journalists under watch

A large team of 250 employees at the BJP's old headquarters in Delhi is reportedly tracking the tweets and writings of hundreds of journalists.

Change Noida to Atalgarh

Still in Shimla ... got the news of Vajpayee ji's sad demise... today I meet my Respected Friend... Retired Senior Bureaucrat...at his home. We sit in the Balconey and we remember Vajpayee. Me: Sad ... very sad.... what a Man... Respected Friend: Sadly the same Durbaari Media that attacked Vajpayee ji when he was in power... in fact there was glee amongst them... when the 13 day old Vajpayee Government fell..... today behaving like Vajpayee fans...they even made fun of him when he had his knee surgery... M: Now they are praising him.... but not without adding that he said good things about Nehru... Indra and Rajiv...looks like they are paying tributes to Nehru, Indra and Rajiv... RF: We are old enough to have witnessed their criticism of Vajpayee ji in the past...now one Durbaari finds memories in Whisky and the other in Steaks...poor dolts can't even remember him without adding their spins...and lies!! M: Vajpayee Government achieved a lot...Pokhran.... Golden quadrilateral....Telecom revolution.....Profitable BSNL ......8.4% GDP growth Kudankalam plant...Delhi metro.....Education for all Modern airports.. RF: And despite Kargil.... Earthquake, Kandahar, Godhra, Parliament attack, US sanctions..still 8%+ Growth.... M: Congress often says RSS did not take part in India's Independence struggle...Vajpayee ji participated in Quit India movement in 1942 and was jailed by British for 24 days in Juvenile Barracks of Agra Jail. He was just 16 years old. RF: I recall Sonia had called Vajpayee ji a Gadaar....she also called Modi Mauth ka Saudagar and much more... Durbaaris trying to show Vajpayee was upset with Modi on 2002...he had said he would nibhao Raj Dharma and added this is what Modi was doing... M: And if you compare 1984 and 2002 you will deduce Modi did nibhao Raj Dharma..... but despite all the work Vajpayee Government did ... why did they lose in 2004. ... RF: Over Confidence....did not do enough for Rural India... M: So for 2019 Modi needs to ensure there is confidence ...but no over confidence ....should not take Voter for granted...and he's done a lot for Rural India.... RF: Practically every condolence message on Vajpayee ji's sad demise on Twitter .... ends with RIP.... RIP or Rest In Peace doesn't apply to those who are cremated... applies only for those who are Buried ... M: Sir RIP in case of Hindus means Return Is Possible... as Hindus believe in rebirth.. RF: Apart from a Giant if a Leader...will always remember Vajpayee the Poet... Haar nahin manunga, Raar nahin ṭhanuṅga, Kaal ke kapal par Likhta hooṅ, miṭata hooṅ, Geet naya gaata hooṅ, Geet naya gaata hooṅ.... M: Jeeth ke gaye....kya pathaa RIP ho jaye .... aur ek nayaa geeth gaane ke liye waapas aa jaye... RF: Kya pathaa.... yeh toh Oopar waale ka khel hai... We stand in silence for some time ..... my Respected Friend then sees me off at the door ... Disclaimer: Satire. Not meant to influence, inform, insult or caste any aspersions. Purely for Entertainment purposes only. With inputs from MSM, SM and Blogs

R Madhavan appointed new CMD HAL

R Madhavan will take over as new CMD of the HAL on September 1. Orders of his appointment have been issued on Friday. (We said This ON July 16,2018)

Three DGs retiring in two month

Three DGs of Central Paramilitary Forces are superannuating in two months. K K Sharma, DG, BSF and Dharmendra Kumar DG, RPF are scheduled to retire in September while R K Pachnanda will retire in October this year. Sharma is a Rajasthan cadre 1982 batch IPS officer, while Pachnanda is a WB cadre 1983 batch and Kumar belongs to AGMUT cadre 1984 batch IPS officer.

IPS officer retired compulsorily

Mayank Jain 1995 batch IPS officer of Madhya Pradesh cadre has been retired compulsorily.

D B Venkatesh Varma to have his third stint in Moscow soon

D B Venkatesh Varma would have his third stint in Moscow shortly after being appointed as India’s Ambassador to Russian Federation recently. He was earlier posted as Third Secretary/Second Secretary (Pol) , Moscow between February 1990- February 1992 and again as First Secretary/Counsellor (Pol) , Moscow between August 2000-August 2003.He is an Indian Foreign Service officer of 1988 batch and speaks fluent Russian.

Tourism Secretary to retire in November

Rashmi Verma, Tourism Secretary is superannuating in November this year, She is a 1982 batch Bihar cadre IAS officer.

CBDT Member Bhattsali to retire

Member CBDT S Bhattsali is retiring this month end. With her retirement there are going to be three vacancies of the Members.

Will Pyare Lal be new CS of Assam ?

V B Pyare Lal is likely to appointed new CS of Assam . A 1983 batch IAS officer is presently posted as Chairman, Assam Administrative Tribunal and Board of Revenue and Addl Chief Secretary, Finance, Culture.

Sanjeev Nandan Sahai empanelled as Secretary in GoI

Sanjeev Nandan Sahai has been empanelled for holding Secretary and Secretary equivalent posts in Government of India. He is a 1986 batch IAS officer of UT cadre.

Delhi Police transfers likely next week

Long awaited transfer list of Delhi Police is likely to be out in the next week . IPS officers from Spl CPs to DCPs are likely to be affected in the proposed list.

Two more A-M cadre IAS officers retiring this month

Two more IAS officers of Assam-Meghalaya batch IAS officers are retiring thus month. Anoop Kumar Srivastava, a 1981 batch IAS officer and Jagdeesh Prasad Meena, Secretary, Food Processing Industries, GoI will superannuate this month. He is a 1983 batch IAS officer . Srivastava is in the cadre.

Sudhanshu Pandey returns to parent cadre

The central deputation tenure of Sudhanshu Pandey, presently Joint Secretary, Department of Commerce, has come to an end on August 15, 2018. He is a 1987 batch IAS officer of Jammu & Kashmir cadre.

Harpreet Singh appointed as PMG, Mails & Delhi circle

Harpreet Singh has been appointed as PMG, (Mails & BD), Delhi Circle. He is a 1992 batch officer of Indian Postal Service.

1 former IPS, 2 IAS and 1 IRS officer join Cong in Rajasthan

One former IPS officer Dr Ramdev Singh , former IAS R S Jhakad, former IAS Mahavir Singh alongwith former IRS officer P R Dhayal have joined the Congress party at a function attended by Rajasthan PCC Chief Sachin Pilot at the State Congress Headquarters in Jaipur on August 16, 2018.

T A Changsan assumes charge as India’s Ambassador to Iceland

T. Armstrong Changsan has assumed charge as India’s Ambassador to Iceland at Reykjavik. He is 1997 batch Indian Foreign Service officer.

Prannoy Sharma appointed GM, Sales & Marketing, Parcel Directorate

Prannoy Sharma has been appointed as GM, (Sales & Marketing), Parcel Directorate. He is a 1999 batch officer of Indian Postal Service.

IMF wants Govt to reduce its stake in banking system

IMF -World Economic Outlook Report 2018 has mentioned on PSB governance reform and suggested reducing the government’s footprint in the banking system in India which would play an important role in levelling the playing field, thereby promoting competition and market efficiency.

Pawan Kumar Agarwal returns to parent cadre

The central deputation tenure of Pawan Kumar Agarwal, Chief Executive Officer, Food Safety and Standards Authority of India, under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, has come to an end on August 15, 2018. Agarwal, who joined central deputation in February 2011, belongs to a 1985 batch IAS officer of West Bengal cadre.

Water storage level increases by 4%

With the revival of rain water level of reservoirs are increasing substantially. According to available information the water storage available in 91 major reservoirs of the country for the week ending on August 16, 2018 was 84.743 BCM which is 52% of total storage capacity of these reservoirs. 4 per cent increase have been recorded. In spite of that, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, West Bengal, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are having lesser storage than last year.

59th NDC Course starts in January

59th course of National Defence College is scheduled to commence from January 7, 2019 to November 29, 2019. The duration of the course is 47 weeks.

Four Medical seat allotted to CTVs

Ministry of Health & Family Welfare(MoHF&W) has allotted 4 MBBS/BDS seats from the Central Pool for nomination of candidates from the category of Civil Terrorist Victims(CTVs). 2 seats will available in Govt Medical College, Ambikapur while one each seat will be give in Gaya and Thrissur Medical Colleges respectively. MHA has issued detailed guidelines to States and UTs in this regards.

54 thousand+ women prisoners were in Jails

As per latest information available with the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), a total of 17681, 17834 and 18498 women prisoners were lodged in various jails of the country as on 31st December of 2014, 2015 & 2016 respectively. There were 20 women jails in the country till Dec.2016.

Mainkar quits as Independent Director of Sanghvi Movers

Vijay B Mainkar has quit as Independent Director of Sanghvi Movers Limited.

Malde quits as Whole-time Director of Prabhat Telecoms India

Parag Malde has quit as Whole-time Director of Prabhat Telecoms India Limited.

Mehta is Non-Exe Dir of Nitesh Pune Mall Private Ltd

Jayaraaj Mehta has been appointed as Non-Executive Non Independent Director of Nitesh Pune Mall Private Limited which is a wholly owned Subsidiary of Nitesh Indiranagar Retail Private Limited.

Marathe quits as Independent Director of Trident Tools

Satish Marathe has quit as Non-Executive Independent Director of Trident Tools Ltd.

Ms Sharma is CS of Soni Medicare

Soni Medicare Ltd has appointed Ms Pooja Sharma as Company Secretary of the company.