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930 vacancies exist for IPS officers

930 vacancies in IPS

NEW DELHI, July 27: A total of 930 posts of Indian Police Service (IPS) officers are lying vacant across the country with the highest 105 vacancies in Uttar Pradesh. The total strength of IPS officers in the country is 4,728 and currently 3,798 ... Daily, 1 day ago
930 vacancies in IPS Daily, 1 day ago
52 IPS posts vacant in Tamil Nadu Deccan Chronicle, 1 day ago

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Inter Press Service, 4 months ago

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When people, especially the youth, despise the corrupt persons can we really stem corruption in society, says former IPS officer N. Dilip Kumar. Having fought corruption and corrupt practices during his three decades of policing in the Union ...
 The Hindu6 days ago

Operational intelligence most effective weapon to combat terrorism

There is little evidence of infrastructural development in the border areas of the Northeast. In the Arunachal Pradesh area, the Chinese have roads up to the border, whereas our soldiers have to climb 16,000 to 17,000 feet to reach the border whilst ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

IAS, IPS officers' transfer with state consultation

PANAJI: In a major victory for Goa, the state government succeeded in getting central cadre officers of its choice. Since the BJP came to power in Goa, the state government had been a loggerheads with the Union home ministry over transfers of ...
 Times of India1 week ago

DGP transferred to New Delhi

P. Kamaraj, Director General of Police (DGP), has been transferred to New Delhi in a shake-up of top bureaucrats. No officer has been posted in his place yet. Sources said Inspector General of Police Praveer Ranjan would be heading the State police ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Pondy Collector Shifted, Five Babus Brought in

PUDUCHERRY: Five new IAS officers have been posted to Puducherry, while the Collector has been transferred out. The director general of police and senior superintendent of police were also shifted out while one new IPS officer was transferred to ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Know yourself and your enemy

Now that the Modi government is two months old, it's time to take a hard look at our security preparedness, both internal and external. Available intelligence reveals that the threat to our security and territorial integrity is imminent.
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

DG Prisons transferred to Delhi Police

en move, the Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung transferred the Delhi Prisons Director General (DG) Vimla Mehra to Delhi Police. Her services have been placed at the disposal of the Delhi Police Commissioner and her new posting will be decided later.
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago Tihar Director General Vimla Mehra transfered  Business Standard India1 week ago

Tihar jail DG transferred

In a surprise move, the union home ministry has transferred Tihar jail Director General Vimla Mehra, sources said Thursday.Mehra, a 1978 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer of the Arunachal Pradesh, Goa, Mizoram and Union Territories (AGMUT) cadre, was ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

Officers make beeline for plum postings

Barely has the new BJP-led government assumed office that civil servants and police officers have started making their rounds of calls, with some even making a beeline for the BJP headquarters and the offices of ministers to seek favourable postings or stall ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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