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There could be no war unless the common people were prepared to fight.




Uttarakhand: will BJP decision backfire ?

BJP has given tickets to all defectors who have defected from Congress. According to observers such move of the BJP could backfire the party.




Which is most powerful Media Group in India ?
In a political gathering someone asked 'Which is the most powerful media in the country in Modi Government ?" And the common reply was "None".

Pseudo lot are a disease
Modi ji boora matt manaana,
Jitne pachche uttna chahiye khilaana!!

So many changes are giving Indians gas!!!
And then you have Opposition that sees change as crass!!

Without a doubt your changes are for India's best!!
It's we Indians who fail the patriotism test!!

We don't want to be inconvenienced one bit!!
So what if Nation takes a hit!!

And then you have your enemies internal and external!!
I know you won't be surprised when I say internal!!

Even if you say Sonia and Didi are the best!!
Congress and TMC will protest!!

Any step you take there's an outcry!!
Notionally in hot oil aap ko they try to fry!!

The Corrupt internal and external hate your sight!!
Dinn mein aap ne unn ki karr di night!

Opposition with pally Media try to show!!
In social stability India hitting a new low!!

Everyday they create strife!!
To show as if India's at the edge of some knife!!!

Abh consolidation mode mein jao!!
For some time naya kuch matt lao!!

Process of catching Blackiyas has commenced!!!!
Many are very tensed!!!

Why...Didi's allergy to Demonetization!!!!
A step that all say is good for the Nation!!!

They say Didi ka paara is high all the time!!!!
She feels Demonetization was a crime!!!

Public have taken the inconvenience with a pinch of salt!!!
Parr Didi ki bakk-bakk nahi ho rahe hai halt!!!

Could this anger be a pressure tactic for her interests!!!
Otherwise Demo (Demonetization) why she detests!!!

Her … Public was inconvenienced…is just a sham!!!
For the good of the Nation does she care a damn!!!

Jann Dhan Deposits will be checked with fine tooth-comb!!!
Many say IT will uncover what can be perceived as many a bomb!!

Some say if Modi says Jann Dhan deposits are above investigation!!!
Surely some protesting will say Demo was best step for the Nation!!!

Jallikatu is no cruelty to the bull!!
And anyone saying so is talking 'cock and bull'!!!

Or maybe they took it to a be a Ole Bull Fight!!!
Stopping a tradition that marks a Boy becoming a Man is not right!!

The Bulls are well cared for and who knows could be enjoying it too!!!
Well a Bull will do what it has to do!!!

Was PETA petitioned by the Bulls!!
What were the actual pressures and pulls!!

Does PETA protest slaying of Goats on Bakri Eid!!
Something that should make Animal Lovers seethe!!

Confucius says..Pseudoism is a disease !!
And with Congress Psuedos have a long lease !!

Disclaimer: Poetical Satire. Not meant to influence or inform. With inputs from MSM, SM and Blogs



How do you see the two most powerful leaders of the World - Donald Trump and Narendra Modi ?

Some people see Donald Trump as Narendra Modi of the USA. Like Modi in 2014, they say, Trump touched the raw nerve of the US citizens in 2016 to win a decisive victory.

If Modi, with his magnetic electoral campaign, won an absolute majority for his party for the first time in 2014, Trump also staged a spectacular campaign to win the top job for himself.

How do you (surfers of see the two most powerful leaders of the World ?

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Cadre of Rohit Meena transferred to Uttarakhand

The cadre of Rohit Meena has been transferred from Kerala to Uttarakhand. He is a 2014 batch IAS officer of Kerala cadre.




Balkhi joins Afghanistan embassy

Balkhi has joined Afghanistan embassy in New Delhi as new Deputy Chief of Staff




As many as six IAS officers are retiring in Uttar Pradesh. They are: Pradeep Shukla, Rohit Nandan, Biresh Kumar, Pushpa Singh, Arun Kumar Mishra and Chandra Kant Pandey.





Ms Usha Chandra promoted as Member, Postal Services Board

Ms Usha Chandra has been promoted and posted as Member (Operations), Postal Services Board. He is a 1983 batch Indian Postal Services (IPoS) officer.






Seven IPS officers retiring in AP this year

The following IPS Officers of Andhra Pradesh cadre will retire from service on attaining age of superannuation this year. They are G Surya Prakasa Rao, Syed Anwarul Huda, A Ravichandra, J Satyanarayana, P V S Rama Krishna, A Sunder Kumar Das and N Sambasiva Rao.





18th PG Programme on Policy & Management to start on May 21

18th PG Programme on Policy & Management during 2017-18 is schedule to commence from May1, 2017. Duration of the programme is 12 months including international component. The programme is being organised by IIM, Bangalore. Enrolment for the programme will be held on April 21, 2017 at IIM, Bangalore.






Three IDES officers to retire in 2017

Three senior Indian Defence Estate Service ( IDES) officers schedule to retire in 2017. They are - Dr. T. Arockianathan and Rahul Dua, both 1983 batch, Geeta K. Perti, 1985 batch.






Bhatia is new IG, CRPF in Bihar

Manvider Singh Bhatia has taken over charge as Inspector-General of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF),Bihar sector. He is 1993 batch IPS officer of Jharkhand cadre.






Mannava Srinivas empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Mannava Srinivas has been empanelled for holding the post of Joint Secretary or equivalent at the Centre. He is a 1995 batch Indian Defence Accounts Service (IDAS) officer.





Devendra Kumar empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Devendra Kumar has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1990 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.






Ms Vinita Aggarwal empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Ms Vinita Aggarwal has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1985 batch officer of Indian Economic Service.






Vijay Kumar empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Vijay Kumar has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1991 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.





K Inderjeet empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

K Inderjeet has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1991 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.






Ms Rachna Chopra empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Ms Rachna Chopra has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1985 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.





A S Rawat empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

A S Rawat has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1986 batch IFS officer of Jharkhand cadre.





Manoj Kumar Anand empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Manoj Kumar Anand has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1988 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.





I P Singh empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

I P Singh has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1988 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.






Vinod Kumar Jindal empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Vinod Kumar Jindal has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1988 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.





Umesh Kumar Shukla empanelled as Joint Secretary in GoI

Umesh Kumar Shukla has been empanelled for holding Joint Secretary level posts in Government of India. He is a 1988 batch officer of Indian Cost Accounts Service.






Five IAS officers retiring in Jharkhand in January

Five IAS officers are retiring in Jharkhand. The officers are: Upendra Narayan Oraon, Raj Kumar, Umesh P Singh, Shiwendra Singh and Shashi Ranjan Singh.





12 IFS officers of Andhra Pradesh cadre to retire in 2017

As many as 12 IFS officers of Andhra Pradesh State cadre will retire from service on attaining age of superannuation in 2017. They are: R G Kalaghatgi, M Sudhakar, Chinmay K Mishra, Surendra Pandey, B V Prasad Reddy, P V Ramana Reddy, T V Subba Reddy, M Ravi Kumar, K S Reddy, Pushkar Srivasthava, K Lohitasyudu and Soumykanta Chottray.






FACT goes Boardless with vacancies of CMD, Directors

Fertilizers & Chemicals Travancore Ltd (FACT) has gone Boardless with the vacancies of Chairman-cum-Managing Director, Director Finance, Director Technical and Director Marketing. A B Khare, CMD, Madaras Fertilizers Limited (MFL), has been asked to look after the FACT as additional charge.





20 Scientists promoted to Scientist 'H' grade

As many as 20 Scientist have been promoted to the grade of Scientist 'H' (outstanding scientist). They include: Dr Theerthamalai P, Brahmanandam PVG, Vardharaj P, Sharma PK, Dr Nandi TK, Ram Babu K, Balachary M, Lionel B, Dr Gokhale Hina A, Dr Kamath Sudhir, Dr Saroha D R, Dr Prasad NE, Krishnan NB, Rao GN, Dr Zakwan Ahmed, Ms Prameela V, Radhakrishna P, Murthy GAS and Dr Ganesan S.






Reshuffle of IAS officers in Delhi

As many as 14 IAS officers have been transferred and posted to different places in Delhi. Accordingly, Chandraker Bharti has been appointed as Secretary, Environment & Forest while V Abraham was given the additional charge of Secretary, Languages and also Secretary, Sahitya Kala Parishad. Similarly, Madhup Vyas has been posted as Secretary, Health & Family Welfare while Akash Mohapatra was appointed as Special Commissioner, Trade and Taxes; N K Sharma as Special Secretary, UD; P R Meena as Special Secretary, PWD; Garima Gupta as Director, Higher Education-cum-Special Secretary, Education; J P Agrawal is also Special Commissioner, Development; S K Bhandari as Additional Commissioner, North DMC; Ms Juhi Mukherjee as CEO, NDMC Smart City Limited and is also Deputy Commissioner, Revenue; Mukesh Prasad as Special Secretary, Power; Shiv Kumar as Deputy Commissioner (West), Revenue; Sachin Shinde as Additional Secretary, Health & Family Welfare and Ms Isha Khosla has been posted as Joint Secretary, Finance.





S R K Vidhyarthi appointed Director, Ministry of Ayush

Shashi Ranjan Kumar Vidhyarthi has been appointed as Director in the Ministry of Ayush, Delhi under the Central Staffing Scheme. He is a 2002 batch Indian Ordinance Factories Service (IOFS) officer.





Dr Vijay Kumar promoted to Grade of Scientist 'G'

Dr Vijay Kumar, Scientist 'F', has been promoted to the Grade of Scientist 'G'.





Two Railway officers get postings

Roshni Ratan Khubchandani has been transferred as Deputy General Manager, Northeast Frontier Railway while G P Yadav has been transferred as Deputy CE, Core.





Five officers deputed to RVNL

As many as five officers have been deputed to RVNL. Accordingly, Ram Awadh has been deputed as DGM (Projects), Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd., Varanasi while Satyam Kumar Singh was posted as DGM(Projects), Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd, Varnasi and Dasari Harinadh is Manager(Projects), Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd, Raigada. Besides, E P Karunakara Rao and V Gurnadha Rao have been deputed as Sr. Manager(Projects), Rail Vikas Nigam Ltd., Vaijainagaram by Railway Board.





Two IPS officers promoted to DIG grade in Odisha

Two IPS officers of 2003 batch: Nikhil Kumar Kanodia and Ms Kavita Jalan have been promoted to the grade of Deputy Inspector General of Police in Odisha.





Vijayendra Kumar is also MD, Haryana Electronics Dev Corp (UPDATED)

Vijayendra Kumar has been given an additional charge of Managing Director, Haryana Electronics Development Corporation Limited. He is a 1995 batch IAS officer of Haryana cadre.





Kumar is MD of TTL

R Deva Kumar has been appointed as Managing Director of Tamilnadu Telecommunications Ltd.





Shankar re-appointed as MD of Rallis India Ltd

Rallis India Ltd has re-appointed V Shankar as Managing Director of the company w.e.f. March 13, 2017.





Zala quits as CEO of Devhari Exports (India) Ltd

MNarendrasinh Manubha Zala has quit as Chief Executive Officer of Devhari Exports (India) Ltd.





Kaul inducted on PTL Enterprises Board

Government of Kerela has nominated Sanjay Kaul, IAS , Special Secretary, Industries Department, Government of Kerala on the Board of Directors of PTL Enterprises Limited.






Jain appointed as Addl. Director of Indraprastha Gas Ltd

Indraprastha Gas Limited has appointed Manoj Jain as an Additional Director of the company.






Shukla is CS of Indo Thai Securities Ltd

Indo Thai Securities Ltd has appointed Udayan Abhilash Shukla as Company Secretary of the company.





Reddy quits as CS of Alkali Metals Ltd

M Karunakar Reddy has quit as Company Secretary of Alkali Metals Limited w.e.f. January 21, 2017.





Jain is CS of PNC Infratech Ltd

PNC Infratech Limited has appointed Tapan Jain as Company Secretary of the company.





Kumar is Independent Director of Rane Brake Lining Ltd

Rane Brake Lining Limited has appointed P S Kumar as Independent Director of the company.







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Modi Vs Trump

I do agree that both Modi and Trump touched the raw nerves of the majority but neglected population of their respective countries and succeeded. This in fact is the strength of democracy. But what Modi has in favour is poor institutional checks and balances in our system. Not that he is not doing a good job but he is able to bulldoze his way through with reforms for which the country is not developed enough to go through. But we have no time andIndia has to go through these pains.
But Trump is in an environment where the institutional system is very strong. He may be speaking what is right for middle and lower middle class Americans. But that is not what the system may agree. Just see the irony. He is now speaking of Protectionism and the Chinese are talking Global economy.
The Republicans came around to support him at the fag end of the campaign when all those tapes controversy came up. They realized that it's better to rally behind Trump to get the Presidency out of democrats. They can still impeach Trump with the Vice President taking over for the rest of the term. Very much a possibility.
Mullath Sri

"One, two, three, too many ?"

First some irritating facts. while 10 Janpath occupied by Congress supremo sprawls over an area of 15,181 Sq metres, 7 RCR , PM's official residence has 14,101 Sq metres. Why is 10-Janpath called the official residence of Sonia Gandhi when she does not ( she never held, nor ever will ) hold any Constitutional position ? Even the post of Chairperson NAC was extra-Constitutional. Is her claim to a sprawling bungalow justified ? Why separate bungalows for Priyanka Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi ? Total 3, free of rent, electricity and Z+ security.
These undeserved privileges merely increase the tax payers' burden. Should public money be wasted to massage the collective ego of a party, headed by someone belonging to a dynasty and bearing a certain " surname". There is Life after death. As if, the present privileges were not enough, Teen Murti and Indira Gandhi museum, official residences of former PMs, were added to the list of Delhi's tourist spots, besides,of course, their samadhis.
Consider Mayawati. Three Type VIII bungalows in Lutynes Delhi allotted to her,were amalgamated into a super bungalow involving unauthorized constructions in violations of rules. Besides the above 3, she was allotted another bungalow plus Z+ security and one more to a BSP trust. Total 5. Thanks to compulsions of coalition politics of the Congress.
Is the common man paying taxes for the comforts of infamous political celebrities of Lutynes' Delhi or implementation of socio-economic schemes ?
A K Saxena (A retd civil servant)







Information about death of son in Hostel

A 2nd semester M.Sc. student reportedly committed suicide during the academic year 2014-15. His father sought certain information about the enquiry into the tragic event. The CIC observed that spending Rs 35/- for speed post to seek Rs 10/- is a reckless act and wastage of public money without application of mind. The CIC opined that the University has a moral & legal responsibility to provide complete information to the father whose son has left to heavenly abode in mysterious circumstances. The CIC granted a compensation of Rs. 5,000/-to the appellant for harassment caused to him for not providing complete information regarding the whereabouts about his son’s death. The CIC issued show-cause notice to the PIO why maximum penalty should not be imposed on him for this kind of inhumane treatment to the appellant by not providing the complete information. The CIC further recommended to the respondent authority to expedite the enquiry and provide the copy of the report to the appellant besides initiating necessary steps to prevent such tragic happenings in the University.


A PIO should adopt a liberal approach in favour of disclosure and take judicious decisions. Sending a letter to the applicant to seek Rs 10/- by a process which itself costs more than three times the amount sought speaks poorly about the acumen of the Officer concerned.

Citation: Ramkumar Jaat v. PIO, Central University of Rajasthan in CIC/SA/A/2016/001180

Weekly article by Dr. (Mrs.) Anuradha Verma (, RTI Consultant to IIM, Indore. Her other articles can be read at

(, RTI Consultant to IIM, Indore and Co-author of the books: RIGHT TO INFORMATION - LAW AND PRACTICE and PIO's Guide to RTI by Taxmann. (The views are Personal)








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