Articles Posted in the " BureaucracyIndia " Category


  • Greening the national highways

    The National Green Highways Mission (NGHM) has been entrusted with the task of planning, implementation and monitoring roadside plantations along one lakh kilometre network of national highways. To conduct this task effectively, the NGHM needs to adapt learnings from other parts of the world and undertake new research and test innovations at pilot scale so […]


  • UP: Showing UPward trends

    Embedded in the heart of India is Uttar Pradesh – a land synonymous for its Ganga-Jamuni tehzeeb – where cultures have evolved and religions converge. It is a land of Rama, Krishna and Buddha, where religious saints with their spiritual teachings and modernity have evolved together since ages. The greatness of Uttar Pradesh, which had […]





  • US State Department welcomes Jaishankar’s Islamabad visit

    The United States has welcomed the meeting between the foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan and said the decision to resume dialogue was encouraging, given the tension in Kashmir region during the past six months. The views of the United States Government were expressed by State Department spokesperson Marie Harf, while addressing a news conference. […]


  • Arun Singh back in the already familiar United States

    United States is no new country for Arun Singh. He has served in the Washington DC as Deputy Chief of Mission when the former Indian secretary for external affairs Nirupama Rao was serving in the U.S. as ambassador. Arun Singh served at various positions since then and has been now appointed as India’s ambassador to […]