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Karnataka govt bows to public demand, CBI to probe IAS official’s death

As Sonia Gandhi’s second prodding came to public, the Karnataka government on Monday announced a CBI inquiry into the death of IAS officer DK Ravi, who was found hanging at his Bengaluru resi

Display Kejriwal’s picture and get your wish granted

If vehicle owners in Delhi display a picture of Arvind Kejriwal, then some demands of theirs could be accepted. Well, this is what we deduce from his address to the auto drivers and giving in to th

New secretaries for power & aviation ministries, govt makes top changes

As the union government prepares India to face uncertain monsoon and resultant effect on the economy, it has made major bureaucratic reshuffle at top tier. In the Tuesday’s shifting 16 minist

First four ranks go to girls in civil services, results declared by UPSC

The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) have announced the results of its civil services exam on its website www.upsc.gov.in and four positio

Horror episode of MP woman officer casts shadow on independent India

As India celebrates Independence day next week, the distance that we need to travel to make our independence worthwhile seems huge and daunting. The chronicles of a young officials speaks horrors o

Why he opted for IRS instead of IAS

Dr Sri Vatsa Sehra cracked the civil services examinations, considered one of the world’s toughest, and did the unthinkable by deciding against joining the much sought after Indian Admini

India urgently needs to reform civil services: Carnegie

The Indian government should reshape recruitment and promotion processes for the Indian Administrative Services (IAS), improve performance-based assessment of individual officers, and adopt

Civil services day: Administrating administration

Civil services day observed on April 21 every year is according to the government “an occasion for the civil servants to rededicate themselves to the cause of citizens and renew their commitm

The steel frame in peril

As a nervous, young IAS aspirant in 1977, I remember being thrilled to see my name in the newspapers when the list of successful candidates was published. Indeed, I was hoping to be allotted my hom

The ivory tower and the winds outside

The recent DoPT advertisement inviting applications for 10 posts of joint secretaries has generated a disproportionate amount of controversy. The government has justified the lateral induction of

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