Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot led Rajasthan Government, announced a minor bureaucratic reshuffle within the state government.
GN Bureau | December 15, 2021
The Rajasthan Government recently ordered the transfer and posting of two IAS officers in the state in a minor administrative rejig.
2009 batch IAS officer Ghanendra Bhan Chaturvedi has been transferred and assigned the charge of Joint Secretary, Department of Justice.
On the other hand, 1994 batch Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) officer Tikam Chand Bohra, has been given the charge of Additional Director General, H.C.M Rajasthan State Institute of Public Administration (RIPA). Also, Bohra will be holding the charge of ex-officio Joint Secretary, Training.
The making of the Indian Constitution and its subsequent adoption on January 26, 1950 required the founding members to go through several pieces of the legal document that the country already had during the British rule, let alone the Constitution of other countries. Until 1857, these laws, although applie
President Ram Nath Kovind led the Nation in celebrating the 73rd Republic Day today as part of ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’ across the country. The celebration saw a series of new events conceptualised by the defence ministry during the main parade on Rajpath along with ‘Beat
As the nation celebrates its 73rd Republic Day, INS Khukri will be handed over to the Diu administration in a ceremonial event at the Khukri Memorial. INS Khukri, the lead ship of the Indian Navy’s Khukri class corvettes, is an indigenous surface-to-surface missile fitted vessel that h
The anxiety and chaos that we face on our city roads are endemic, dangerous, and deadly. It emerges from a combination of too many vehicles, road conditions, ineffective traffic controls, poor planning and lack of innovative corrections, loose enforcement, and lacking traffic discipline in the commuters, t
Classified: Hidden Truths in the ISRO Spy Story By J. Rajasekharan Nair Srishti Publishers, 280 pages, Rs 350 The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) was rocked by a spy case in 1994, taking down in its wake six persons, including S. Nambi Narayanan. The
Ram Madhav, a member of the RSS National Executive, has said that Congress leader Rahul Gandhi proudly proclaiming to be a better Hindu is a welcome step and the opposition’s newfound claim that their Hinduism is superior to the Hinduism of RSS is the new competition in India. &nbs