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  • Time for Governance

    Time for Governance

    Government being a continuum, the flexibility for a new government to make drastic changes is rather limited. Most old programmes will continue, maybe under a new name but with higher allocation, and a few new ones would be added, maybe with a new resolve. The progression will be unhurried but steady, based on the work done earlier.

    May 29, 2019
  • Dog-eat-dog bureaucracy

    Dog-eat-dog bureaucracy

    We have a bureaucracy where the honest feel dejected and most of the others are aligned to individual politicians and factions. The mass transfer of bureaucrats and police officers on every change of regime, is proof of this fact. If more proof is needed, the ugly confrontation between police officers of West Bengal and the CBI would convince readers of the veracity of this proposition.

    February 15, 2019
  • IAS topper Shah Faesal resigns: Union Minister Jitendra Singh says move lacks conviction; Omar Abdullah retorts

    IAS topper Shah Faesal resigns: Union Minister Jitendra Singh says move lacks conviction; Omar Abdullah retorts

    Omar Abdullah said, “Dr Sahib Shah Faesal’s father was killed by militants but I don’t expect you to bother to educate yourself before you speak. No one more than Faesal knows the pain & suffering militancy & violence have brought upon Kashmir & its people.”

    January 10, 2019
  • World will notice Faesal’s cry of anguish, defiance: P Chidambaram

    World will notice Faesal’s cry of anguish, defiance: P Chidambaram

    Attacking the Modi government, Faesal said, “I wish to remind the regime of the day that subversion of public institutions like RBI, CBI, and NIA has the potential to decimate the Constitutional edifice of this country and it needs to be stopped."

    January 10, 2019
  • High Court scraps appointment of Punjab CM’s top aide

    High Court scraps appointment of Punjab CM’s top aide

    After the resignation of cabinet minister Rana Gurjit Singh over graft charges, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday suffered another setback with the Punjab and Haryana High Court setting aside the appointment of his chief principal secretary Suresh Kumar. The bench headed by Justice Rajan Gupta ruled that Kumar, a retired Indian Administrative Service (IAS) …

    January 17, 2018