IAS News

'Want my freedom of expression back,' says 2012-batch IAS officer who quit service

"I joined civil service with the hope that I can be the voice of those who have been silenced. But here, I lost my own voice," Kannan Gopinath said after his resignation.

International Shooters: Probe indicts Haryana IAS officer, kids for fraud to get cash awards

The probe has recommended a case against the three on charges of criminal breach of trust, embezzlement and cheating besides various offences punishable under the Indian Penal Code and the Prevention of Corruption Act.


Kashmiri who topped IAS quits, politics next

Faesal, who belongs to the 2010 batch, told The Indian Express Wednesday that he has already served notice to resign from the civil services to the government. “Yes, I might join politics,” he said, without mentioning the party he may join.

Delhi: Environment secretary is new chief electoral officer

Before taking over as environment secretary, Ranbir Singh, an IAS of the 1991 AGMUT cadre, had served as the commissioner of the East Delhi Municipal Corporation. The EC notified his name following Lt-Governor Anil Baijal’s approval on Monday.

Punjab: Father-in-law of IAS officer shot dead

The police suspect it could be a case of contract killing. Rajpura Sadar police station incharge, Inspector Dalbir Singh Grewal, said, “Preliminary probe indicates there were more than one assailant. We are not yet about the motive.”

Seven IAS officers transferred in Haryana

Senior IAS officer Navraj Sandhu has been posted as Additional Chief Secretary (ACS), Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare department. She will also look after the charge of ACS, Vigilance.


IAS association condemns Delhi minister Kailash Gahlot's 'misbehaviour' with woman officer

Gahlot allegedly misbehaved with Joshi during a meeting on Friday to review the replies of the Transport department to questions to be asked in the Monsoon Session of the Assembly.

Aruna Roy in Mumbai: ‘Govt interfering in the autonomy, independence of every institution’

“It is an attempt to control the Commission. This government has interfered in the independence and autonomy of every institution. Wherever they have gone, they have tried to diminish independence,” Aruna Roy told Indian Express

More open, merrier

Lateral entry into senior levels of bureaucracy is a good idea. Policy-making, implementation increasingly need specialists.

The babu-maker

S Rau guided a generation through the UPSC exams.