Monthly Archives: October 2014

‘Make Modi Show’ no boosts for ministers

Bric-a-brac fate & fetes THE mist is getting clearer as the days pass. Events are indicating very clearly how Narendra Modi will act, how he will administer the Government of India. The recent ‘Make in India’ function was splendid; the … Continue reading

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Aura of power change in persona

Bric-a-brac fate & fetes POWER brings a command and wisdom along with it; power lends a certain finish to individuals. Though Narendra Modi ruled Gujarat as Chief Minister for more than a decade and was in absolute control, a refinement, … Continue reading

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Hush-Hush!

…by the way The corridors of the Women and Child Development Ministry currently have an eerie silence. An incident within has struck at its very foundation. It is learnt that a woman officer has filed a molestation complaint against a … Continue reading

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High and dry

…by the way The move to disband the six-decade-old Planning Commission has created a furore among the 500-strong Indian Economic Service (IES) officers. Nobody has thought about what will happen to those working there. In any case, IES officers were … Continue reading

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Khera and his kitchen garden

…by the way It is well known that the de facto boss of the Sheila Dikshit Government in Delhi was Pawan Khera. After sister Rama Dhawan, it was Khera who enjoyed the confidence of the former Chief Minister. Dikshit vacated … Continue reading

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Senseless conventions

…by the way Administration of the human resource within the government is a complex web. The services, especially civil service officers, are explicitly managed by the Service Rule Book but there are often issues where no solution can be found … Continue reading

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