Daily Archives: April 23, 2019

S Anand Jain IPS transferred as IGP- Anti Corruption Bureau

S Anand Jain IPS J&K

Shri S Anand Jain IPS presently  IGP Hqrs, PHQ has been transferred and posted as IGP, Anti Corruption Bureau with immediate effect. The officer shall hold the charge of the post of Director, Anti Corruption Bureau.

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri S Anand Jain IPS the very best.… Read More

Rohit Kansal IAS given addl charge as Principal Secretary- Social Welfare Dept, J&K

Rohit Kansal IAS J&K

Shri Rohit Kansal IAS (Jammu & Kashmir 1995) presently Principal Secretary tothe Government, Planning, Development & Monitoring, Civil Aviation, Hospitality & Protocol and Estates Departments, has been given additional charge of Principal Secretary to the Government, Social Welfare Department J&K Govt.

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Farooq Ahmad Lone IAS transferred as Spl Secretary- GAD, J&K

Farooq Ahmad Lone IAS

Shri Farooq Ahmad Lone IAS (Jammu & Kashmir 2009) presently Special Secretary, Social Welfare Department,
looking after the work of Administrative Secretary, Social Welfare Department and holding additional charge of Administrative Secretary, General Administration Department, has been transferred and posted as Special Secretary to the Government,… Read More

Mohan Lal Arora appointed Director(Commercial), NSC

National Seeds Corporation Limited (NSC)

Shri Mohan Lal Arora presently Senior General Manager, Container Corporation of India Limited (CONCOR), has been appointed  for the post of Director(Commercial), National Seeds Corporation (NSC) by Public Enterprise Selection Board (PESB).

Indian Bureaucracy Dot Com wishes Shri Mohan Lal Arora the very best.… Read More

Moderates on Twitter are losing their voice | Whisper Room

Moderates on Twitter are losing their

Summary:A researcher finds that partisan users form highly partisan social networks on Twitter, moderate users — or those less politically engaged — continue to avoid politics, potentially creating an important void on social media.

With the growing popularity of social media, Twitter has become a prominent place to voice opinions on both… Read More

Body Building Supplements | New insight on liver injury in Men

New insights on liver injury in men taking body

Summary:Forty-four men with liver injury, attributed to over-the-counter bodybuilding supplements, experienced a uniform and distinctive pattern of signs and symptoms that were often prolonged, difficult to treat, and accompanied by disability and weight loss, according to a new study.

In a study reported in Alimentary Pharmacology & TherapeuticsRead More

University of Michigan | All things can be part of IoT with new RFID system

All things could be part of the Internet

Summary:Frying pans, pill bottles, yoga mats, coffee cups and countless other nonelectronic objects could be turned into a network of Internet of Things sensors with a new RFID-based technology.

Frying pans, pill bottles, yoga mats, coffee cups and countless other nonelectronic objects could be turned into a network of Internet of Things sensors with a … Read More