Articles Posted in the " Bureaucrat " Category


  • Rajasthan Government transfers 39 IPS officers

    The Rajasthan government has transferred  39 senior IPS officers including two Additional Director Generals (ADGs) of police and 15 Superintendents of Police (SPs). Among superintendents of police, Dr Ravi will be SP in Pali, Satyendra Kumar in Jalore, Sameer K Singh in Sirohi, Rajiv Pachar in Jaisalmer, Deshmukh Paris Anil in Baran, Kaluram Rawat in […]



  • Changing job every six 6 months

    Accompanying the media delegation to US along with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a famous TV anchor asked a non-resident India what was the biggest problem afflicting India. When the NRI said ‘corruption’, the anchor asked ‘Have you seen corruption?’ When the NRI did not respond, the anchor persistently asked, ‘have you seen corruption?’ until the […]


  • PM Modi brings about a big bureaucratic reshuffle

    In a massive reshuffle of central bureaucracy, PM Narendra Modi has 8 secretary level officers besides 40 others transfers initiated almost at the same time. This is the first major reshuffle since the Narendra Modi government took to office few months back. In a significant move, the 1980-batch Uttar Pradesh cadre IAS officer Aradhana Johri […]


  •  Beauty with bureaucrat

    It took merely 24 hours for a beautiful picture of a young bureaucrat to go viral on social media, inviting thousands of likes on Facebook account and page before the bureaucrat herself deactivated her account. It seldom happens that a person has to deactivate her account only because of her good looks. It so happened […]


  • Order stayed on Babus who ruled the roost in Manmohan Singh government!

    If same people continue to surround Ministers, how will Narendra Modi’s promise for change fructify Citing reasons for the Congress’s dismal performance in the recently concluded Lok Sabha elections, BJP Vice President and Spokesperson, Mukhar Abbas Naqvi had aptly said in a recent interview: “It’s not that good work was not done during Congress rule. […]