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Daily Archives: January 7, 2019

Om Prakash Dayama IPS transferred as DIG- State Disaster Relief Force, Rajasthan

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Shri Om Prakash Dayama IPS (Rajasthan 2005) presently Superintendent Of Police, CID. (CB), HQ, Jaipur, has been transferred and posted as Deputy Inspector General Of Police, State Disaster Relief Force, Rajasthan, Jaipur.

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Praphullachandra Sharma IFS given extension in Central Deputation

Praphullachandra Sharma IFS

Shri Praphullachandra Sharma IFS (2006) presently Deputy Secretary (International Cooperation) in the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, has been given extension of Central deputation tenure for a period of five weeks beyond 08.01.2019 i.e. upto 13.02.2019.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Praphullachandra Sharma the very best.

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Marine debris study | Counts trash from Texas to Florida

Marine debris study counts

Summary:Trash, particularly plastic, in the ocean and along the shoreline is an economic, environmental, human health, and aesthetic problem causing serious challenges to coastal communities around the world, including the Gulf of Mexico.

Trash, particularly plastic, in the ocean and along the shoreline is an economic, environmental, human health,… Read More

Mausumi Guha Roy IAS promoted to Selection Grade

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Smt. Mausumi Guha Roy IAS (West Bengal 2006) presently Commissioner in L&LR and RR&R Department , has been promoted to  Selection Grade, West Bengal Government.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Smt. Mausumi Guha Roy the very best.… Read More

M D Ramteke IAS given addl charge as Mission Director- Agartala Smart City Ltd

Milind Dharmrao Ramteke IAS

Shri Milind Dharmrao Ramteke IAS (Tripura 2009) Urban Development Department with additional charge of Additional Secretary to the Chief Minister of Tripura, has been given additional charge as Mission Director, Agartala Smart City Limited.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Milind Dharmrao Ramteke  the very best.… Read More

Shailesh IAS relieved from charge of Mission Director- Agartala Smart City Ltd

Shailesh IAS Tripura

Shri Shailesh IAS (Tripura 2013) presently Mission Director, National Health Mission with additional charges of Municipal Commissioner, Agartala Municipal Corporation; Chief Executive Officer, Agartala Smart City Ltd. and Mission Director, Agartala Smart City Ltd. is relieved from the charge of Mission Director, Agartala Smart City Ltd.

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Jagdish Singh appointed Chairman- Tripura Public Service Commission

Shri Jagdish Singh IFS

Shri Jagdish Singh IFS (Retd.) presently Member,  Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC), has been appointed as Chairman, Tripura Public Service Commission (TPSC) w.e.f. 05.01.2019.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Jagdish Singh the very best.… Read More

Ashok Kumar Verma-l PPS promoted to IPS

Ashok Kumar Verma IPS

Shri  Ashok Kumar Verma-l PPS (Uttar Pradesh Police Service) has been appointment by promotion from Uttar Pradesh Police Service to the Indian Police Service (IPS).

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-rule (1) of rule 9 of the Indian Police Service (Recruitment) Rules, 1954, read with sub-regulation (1) of regulation 9 of the Indian Police Service… Read More

Dinesh M N IPS transferred as IG- Anti-Corruption Bureau, Jaipur

Dinesh M N IPS

Shri Dinesh M N IPS (Rajasthan 1995) presently Inspector General Of Police, Intelligence-I, Jaipur, has been transferred and posted as Inspector General Of Police, Anti-Corruption Bureau, Jaipur.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Dinesh M N the very best.

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The reliable tropical weather pattern to change in the warming climate

Reliable tropical weather pattern

Summary:As human activities cause the Earth’s temperature to increase, reliable, well-studied weather patterns like the Madden-Julian Oscillation will change too, say researchers.

Every month or two, a massive pulse of clouds, rainfall and wind moves eastward around the Earth near the equator, providing the tropics their famous thunderstorms.… Read More

Starting with 16 Airports, AAI bans single use plastic items at the airports

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Rampant modernisation and commercialisation are leading to exerting our planet and making its devoid of its natural resources. Being an environmentally-conscious public sector enterprise and for underlining its commitment towards its Corporate Social Responsibility, Airports Authority of India has decided to make its airports plastic free by banning… Read More