IAS officers of the 2017 batch
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And then they came for me — IAS, IPS officers are sharing fears in WhatsApp groups

Hounding of senior officers, protests across the country and attempts — perceived and real — to change the constitutional ethos of the country have sparked a kind of unrest among civil servants, reports Sanya Dhingra.

Why Modi gets away with Maybach specs, Rs 10 lakh suit but Rahul with Burberry jacket can’t

It’s not ‘what’ Narendra Modi wears, it’s ‘why’ he chooses to dress the way he does that seems more subliminally political in its intent, writes Zainab Sikander.

5 Bollywood movies that should not have been made this decade

From Thugs of Hindostan to Sanju, Samira Sood lists five Bollywood films from the last decade you can give a miss.

Arvind Kejriwal’s start-up AAP is the political ‘Unicorn’ of the decade

AAP broke through entry barriers for newcomers in our politics — caste, ethnicity, ideology, dynasty — to establish itself as a Delhi party with all-India recognition, writes Shekhar Gupta.

This is how many foreign trips Rahul Gandhi makes every month — and misses all the action

Since 2015, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has travelled abroad at least 247 times — an average of 62 trips in a year, which amounts to five a month, reports Ananya Bhardwaj.

Bangladesh wants ‘written’ assurance from India that it won’t send immigrants after CAA

The political leadership in Bangladesh is concerned that India may now “push” Muslim immigrants deemed illegal under CAA across the border, reports Nayanima Basu.

‘Make chai, not war’ – Imran Khan’s message that almost won him the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize

Naila Inayat takes a look back at an eventful 2019 as things went south between India and Pakistan on multiple occasions.

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  1. From where in world you guys find these news?
    former IRS is a foreign minister in this government without electing, just shut ur so called media house if you guys are making this type of shit 💩💩💩.
    From 2004-14 they were happy why?
    Cause lots of scams were going on, who’s gonna ask them when ministers were involved?

  2. Tab kya IAS,IPS bass rule krne ko bne ho …….Agar job nhi hoti to chhod do bahut hai line mai…….Aaraam se so kr koi nhi dega ……Desh ko aage le jana hai to …Apni kasam yaad rkho……..Kyun bne ho IAS IPS IRS ………..

  3. According to my understanding of Administration/function in Beauraucratic Circles in our Nation, for the last seven decades during NCP and alliance govts, excluding BJP governance, the agenda had been to amass power and through its extensive use amass wealth and dis-proportionate assets under (then) Ruling Parties and their stooges, in key positions . Keeping this picture as motivation, a huge crowd of aspiring middle rung youth from rock bottom rural population paid heavy tution fees (by selling meagre possessions or made compromise with the family) to fulfill their dream of becoming rich beaucrauts by using their position (pelf) and power in India. Unfortunately for the compromised beaucrauts their speculations of Cong Govt. coming to power at Centre were dashed due to Modiji’s extention for another 5yrs as PM of India.
    Also, the changes in the APAR (Annual Confidential Report) in terms of gradation and also accountability and transparency in their work profile and well as increment linked to performance, etc such pre-conditions has caught them off guard and they feel vulnerable. PM Modiji has sent out a strong msg that dishonesty and insincerity to the Nation and her development will be crushed.
    This is the reason for anxiety and fear of Beauraucrats during PM Modiji’s governance today. Jai Bharat Maa. Vande Mataram. Sarkaar ki Seva Main, GN.

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