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No pot bellies, only 'fit' IPS officers may get promotion

The IPS officers will also have to possess expertise in three domains -- areas of operations-- like intelligence, economic offences, cyber crimes, VIP or industrial security, counter insurgency and anti-terrorism among others.

Government servants reluctant to declare assets, DoPT backs them

Lokpal act hurdle As govt departments differ, several options on the table; PM to take final call


Information commissioner posts: 486 apply, more than half of them bureaucrats

The DoPT had called for applications in July this year and received them till August 19.

Home Secy favoured Pachnanda despite objection from CBI chief

CBI posting row: Panel headed by the then PM had trashed Ramasundaram name.

IB nod must for selecting private persons as OSDs

Such a clearance will not be needed in case a government official is being appointed as the OSD.

Panel suggests reduced training period for IAS

This would allow for longer tenures of IAS officers as SDMs.


Police get DoPT nod to prosecute IAS couple

The Joshis are facing cases for disproportionate assets under the Prevention of Corruption Act and Indian Penal Code.

Jaitley cites Lokpal law to argue DoPT ads broke norms

Leader of Opposition in the Rajya Sabha Arun Jaitley Thursday cited provisions of Lokpal and Lokayukta laws to urge the PM to “reconsider” his position.

Medical treatment of civil servants abroad: MoF sends reminder to DoPT

These rules apply to around 4,500 IAS,3,300 IPS and 2,700 IFoS officers.

Disabled have 3% quota in govt jobs,but add up to only 0.12%

The representation of disabled people in around 22.60 lakh employees of Group C category was merely 4,162.