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Govt. to announce 1st 20 Cities to commence Smart City initiative in January : Venkaiah Naidu

FICCI

Real Estate Regulation Bill which has received the nod from the Parliament Select Committee will be posed to the Cabinet shortly “and I propose to table it in the next session of Parliament,” stated Mr. M. Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Parliamentary Affairs, Government of India, here today at FICCI… Read More

Asia Europe Meeting of the DG/Commissioners of Customs Concludes

The 11th Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) of the Directors General/Commissioners of Customs concluded in Goa today. Representatives from 41 Asian and European countries and 2 Intergovernmental bodies, namely European Union and ASEAN took part in it.

During the course of the meeting, the Heads of the Customs Administrations deliberated upon various issues and… Read More

Government to Utilise Territorial Army in Clean Ganga Mission- Parrikar

Manohar Parrikar

The Defence Minister Shri Manohar Parrikar has said that the Government is looking forward to utilize the personnel of Territorial Army (TA) in ‘National Mission for Clean Ganga’. Addressing the 66th Anniversary Parade of TA here today, he expressed confidence that the dedicated and disciplined personnel of TA will leave a lasting impression of their effort… Read More

Health: Smoking & Heavy alcohol use associated with top signs of ageing

Summary: Cigarette smoking and heavy alcohol use cause epigenetic changes to DNA that reflect accelerated biological ageing in distinct, measurable ways, according to research. The researchers estimated biological age using a previously validated epigenetic “clock” , calculated the difference between biological age and chronological… Read More

Cooperation Needed Among Customs and Tax Depts of Different Countries

The Chairman, Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) Shri Najib Shah inaugurated the 11th Asia Europe Meeting (ASEM) of the Directors’ General-Commissioners of Customs  at Dona Paula near Panaji in Goa today. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Shah stressed the need to increase cooperation among Customs and Tax Authorities of different countriesRead More

G K Singh to be Director-Social Security & Deve. (Women & Children)-Punjab

Shri Gurkirat Kirpal Singh IAS (Punjab 2001) presently posted as Managing Director, MARKFED, has been transferred as Director, Social Security and Development of Women and Children, Government of Punjab.

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes him the very best.… Read More

Indian Army Offers Exciting Career Opportunities for the Indian Youth

Indian Army in its continuous effort to seek suitable candidates for the organisation, has launched a campaign to tap capable recruiting talent and building exciting careers for the Indian youth. The Indian Army is under transformation to become Army of the 21st Century. While valour, patriotism and protection remain the key areas of Armed Forces, it is for… Read More

9 IPS & 3 DANIPS Officers (DCP Level) transferred in Delhi Police

Delhi Police
Shri Shubesh Singh IPS  (AGMUT 2006) recently received transfer from Andaman& Nicobar Islands  has been transferred as Additional DCP-I/ North District, Delhi Police.
 Shri Aslam Khan IPS (AGMUT 2007) recently received transfer from Andaman& Nicobar Islands, has been transferred as Additional DCP-I/ North West District, Delhi Police.
 Shri… Read More

12 IPS Level transfers in Uttarakhand Police

Shri Rajeev Swaroop IPS  (Utrakhand 2006) presently posted  as SP, Security, Utrakhand, Dheradun, has been transferred as SP, Pauri, Gharwal, Dheradun.
Mrs. Renuka Devi IPS (Utrakhand 2008) presently posted as Commandant State Disaster Relief Force(SDRF), Dheradun, has been transferred as SP, Police Headquarters, Dheradun.
Shri Jagat Ram Joshi … Read More

A. Jayathilak to continue holding additional charge of Rubber Board

Shri A. Jayathilak IAS (Kerala 1991) is presently posted as Chairman Spices Board with additional charge of the post of Chairman Rubber Board. He will continue holding additional charge, approved by Government of India for a period of three months.

IndianBureaucracy.com wishes him the very best.… Read More

Very Fishy: 11 Indian Nuclear Scientists Die in 4 Years, All unnatural

In a Indian Defence and security update, 11 nuclear scientists had unnatural deaths during a four year period from 2009-13 in the country, as per the latest data provided by Department of Atomic Energy. Out of them, eight scientists and engineers working in laboratories and research centres of the Department died in a blast or by hanging or drowning in the sea.… Read More