The ministries and departments, where bureaucrats are parked after being moved out of key positions, reflect the priorities of the government, observes A K Bhattacharya. Twenty months after its rule at the Centre, does the Narendra Modi government look different in its engagement with the top echelons of the civil service? One obvious and noticeable change is the manner in which the prime minister himself has been holding consultations with senior civil servants. Not only through periodic ... Rediff.com, 2 hours ago
A K Bhattacharya: Looking for logic in a reshuffle - Business Standard India, 12 hours ago
The government on Friday carried out a secretary-level reshuffle, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi handpicking one more officer from Gujarat, his home state. Sources said the PM chose Gurdeep Singh, managing director of Gujarat State Electricity ...AhmedabadMirror.com, 1 week ago
Telecom secretary Rakesh Garg, a 1980 batch Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer of Uttar Pradesh (UP) cadre, has been moved out to minority affairs as part of a bureaucratic reshuffle on Friday, ten months ahead of his retirement The ...Business Standard India, 1 week ago
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