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Angry bureaucrats adding up RSS for ouster of AAP from Delhi

New Delhi: If some reliable sources are to be believed some unhappy and humiliated bureaucrats are working to oust Kejriwal (AAP) led Delhi Government in the next Assembly elections. They are working day in and day out to oust AAP. Many of them are in constant touch with the RSS leaders in Delhi to execute plans of the BJP. 

 

Reportedly, disgruntled civil servants are helping the RSS to find ways to weaken Kejriwal’s prospects. These bureaucrats are telling the RSS vulnerability of the government where it could be hit at and strength where it should not be attacked.

12 hours ago
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Who is to be blamed?

It might appear bizarre at the first instance but senior advocate Harish Salve blamed the Supreme Court for India’s current economic downturn. To him the genesis lies in SC’s verdict on 2G Spectrum Case in which it knocked down all 122 spectrum licenses issued to telecom operators. He underlines that when a foreigner invested billions of dollars, it was the country’s rule which said he must have an Indian partner. The foreigner did not know how the Indian partner got the licence. Blanket cancellation of licences marred foreign investors’ confidence in the system. “That’s when the decline of the economy began,” says Salve.

 

Following CAG revelation in 2010 that 2G scam caused a loss of Rs 01.76 lakh crore to the govt exchequer. The SC had then cancelled 122 licences in February 2012, rejecting Salve’s argument who appeared for 11 telecom companies in the case.

 

Recently, Finance Minister had underlined that people preferring Ola and Uber, among other reasons including less appetite for vehicle loan and future of electric mobility, was responsible for slowdown in automobile sector. Later she infused 70,000 cr package to boost economy.

 

17 Sep 2019
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Angry bureaucrats adding up RSS for ouster of AAP from Delhi

By IndianMandarins 12 hours ago

New Delhi: If some reliable sources are to be believed some unhappy and humiliated bureaucrats are working to oust Kejriwal (AAP) led Delhi Government in the next Assembly elections. They are working day in and day out to oust AAP. Many of them are in constant touch with the RSS leaders in Delhi to execute plans of the BJP. 

 

Reportedly, disgruntled civil servants are helping the RSS to find ways to weaken Kejriwal’s prospects. These bureaucrats are telling the RSS vulnerability of the government where it could be hit at and strength where it should not be attacked.

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Who is to be blamed?

By IndianMandarins 17 Sep 2019

It might appear bizarre at the first instance but senior advocate Harish Salve blamed the Supreme Court for India’s current economic downturn. To him the genesis lies in SC’s verdict on 2G Spectrum Case in which it knocked down all 122 spectrum licenses issued to telecom operators. He underlines that when a foreigner invested billions of dollars, it was the country’s rule which said he must have an Indian partner. The foreigner did not know how the Indian partner got the licence. Blanket cancellation of licences marred foreign investors’ confidence in the system. “That’s when the decline of the economy began,” says Salve.

 

Following CAG revelation in 2010 that 2G scam caused a loss of Rs 01.76 lakh crore to the govt exchequer. The SC had then cancelled 122 licences in February 2012, rejecting Salve’s argument who appeared for 11 telecom companies in the case.

 

Recently, Finance Minister had underlined that people preferring Ola and Uber, among other reasons including less appetite for vehicle loan and future of electric mobility, was responsible for slowdown in automobile sector. Later she infused 70,000 cr package to boost economy.

 

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When Speaker asked his social-media handlers to delete posts?

By IndianMandarins 12 Sep 2019

Social media is ruthless to anyone as far as response on contents posted on different platforms are concerned, so has been the case with Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla when two posts one concerning Digamber Jain saint and another related to Brahmins were decried. There was so much outrage that he had to ask his social media handlers to delete a few posts.

 

What his handlers fails to count on was the sensibility of the content as Speaker is a constitution position and none of his view could be deemed as personal. Those handling his social media must be able to gauge the repercussion of any post before they are made public.

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Did Jairam Ramesh hit the Bulls Eye?

By IndianMandarins 09 Sep 2019

The BJP might have earned applaud from all across sans handful opposition leaders over abrogation of Article 370 & 35A, but current economic slowdown with GDP @ 5 % appears to be the point on which opposition can take on BJP.


Taking a cue, Jairam Ramesh took a lead in social media when he tweeted that “Ever know what NITI in Niti Ayog stands for? It’s clearly Not In Touch With India”.

 

In a select gathering of retired bureaucrats, his pot-shot at NITI Aayog had become the center of discussion. A former Secretary of a key department observed that when the opposition leaders are clueless over how to make their criticism correct, sharp and acceptable to the masses, Ramesh’s Tweet seems to have hit bulls eye as it was well received in social media. Another retired civil servant observed that most of the opposition leaders have lost their credibility whereas a few still remain acceptable and authentic in public. So it was his clean image and not sharpness of his Tweet that made it effective.

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Road to success goes through....?

By IndianMandarins 09 Sep 2019

Some recent developments have made several senior IRS (IT) officers apprehensive about their career prospects. The way Akhilesh Ranjan (member, CBDT) opted for VRS following re-appointment of P C Mody as CBDT Chairman, confidence of several senior most IRS officers seems to have shaken up. But officers belonging to junior batches take it sportingly. Out of humor, junior IRS officers are often heard saying ‘if you have ever served in Gujarat region you have chances but if you didn’t you should not lose hope’.

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Rajyavardhan's absence still haunts power corridors

By IndianMandarins 30 Aug 2019

Element of surprise and unpredictability have been the hallmark of the Modi government. Even though matters pertaining to ministries and portfolios are an old subject now but power corridors are still haunting the reasons as why Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (Ex I&B Minister) was left out in NaMo 2.0. Rathore as a minister had earned a respectable image in public.

 

Amid several theories doing rounds, power corridors are still abuzz that riding two boats at the same time might have cost him dear. Having good rapport with the political bosses, he got independent charge of I&B ministry but hobnobbing with 'Rani' to save his seat in Lok Sabha polls had apparently been the reason. No need to say how it works these days, hope he is pardoned before next reshuffle.

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VRS of S C Garg approved

By IndianMandarins 28 Aug 2019

Following Subhash Chandra Garg's (IAS:1983:RJ) protest against his lateral shift from the Ministy of Finance to Power his VRS application has reportedly been approved by the Government of Rajasthan. Following the same he would say bye to the IAS else he would have retired in October 2020.

 

Garg, then DEA Secretary and Finance Secretary designate, was recently laterally shifted and appointed as Secretary, Ministry of Power. Following his but when he was shifted to ministry of power as secretary he opted for VRS.In additiona to several key assignment he served as Executive Director (India) in World bank (Washington).

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First ever woman DGP Ms Bhattacharya dies

By IndianMandarins 27 Aug 2019

Kanchan Chaudhary Bhattacharya joined the Indian Police Service in 1973 when even working women were not encouraged. Former DGP of Uttarakhand, the first ever woman DGP of a state, died in Mumbai on August 26, 2019 night after a prolonged illness.

 

She was appointed as the DGP of Uttarakhand in the year 2004 and retired on October 31, 2007. She tried her hands into politics when she contested 2014 Lok Sabha election from Haridwar as an Aam Aadmi Party candidate but she could not make it.

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