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Babus much demonised, but DK Ravi shows other side

By Srivatsa Krishna The next time you meet an IAS officer, instead of going with the typecast view of him being lazy, incompetent, a file-pusher who's rotten and corrupt, pause for a moment and step back. Try to understand the powerful, often ... Economic Times, 2 months ago

MagazineRoad to Digital India Starts from BangalorePosted by eGov on May 7, 2015 in Magazine, May 2015

Posted by: Elets News Network (ENN) Posted on: May 7, 2015 Posted in: Magazine Srivatsa Krishna, Secretary, Department of IT, Biotechnology and Science & Technology, and Secretary, e-Governance, Government of ...
 EGov Online1 week ago

DK Ravi's death: Online group holds protest march

Hundreds of people take part in a protest rally in response to social media campaign demanding CBI probe into IAS officer D.K Ravi's death, in Bengaluru on Sunday. (Photo: DC) Bengaluru: If Nirbhaya is India's daughter, D.K. Ravi is India's son.
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

Ganguly in right place at right time (Column: Just Sport)

By Veturi Srivatsa India's first cricket captain to win back-to-back series in the West Indies and England, Ajit Wadekar was called lucky. Sourav Ganguly, the other captain who gave the team confidence of winning overseas, is also lucky in a ...
 Chennai Online1 month ago
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Dalmiya doesn't seem too interested in board's affairs

By Veturi Srivatsa New Delhi, April 11 (IANS): Jagmohan Dalmiya has seen it all. Pushing 75, the comeback man of the Indian cricket board now has little aspiration or drive to grapple with issues confronting the game. Circumstances conspired to put ...
 Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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Why is the back-end team of Jabong called Sherlock Holmes

NEW DELHI: Bob, the protagonist of British children's animated television show Bob the Builder, uses the catchphrase, "Can we fix it?", inviting "Yes we can!" in response from the other characters. Perhaps that explains why Jabong addresses its ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

A big boost for startups

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Nasscom's Startup Warehouse in Bengaluru is all set for expansion Young entrepreneurs can look forward to better support in Bengaluru as Nasscom's Startup Warehouse is set for expansion. The facility, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

IAS Officers to Petition Modi for CBI Inquiry

BENGALURU: A group of IAS officers from the state is taking the unusual step of petitioning the Centre for a CBI inquiry into Ravi's death. Top-rung bureaucrats who have faced the wrath of the political class have taken the lead. Nine IAS officers ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago
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