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'Bureaucracy' - 108 News Result(s)

  • Blog: Why Do Our Spies Fail Us? Because They Are Not Accountable

    Blog: Why Do Our Spies Fail Us? Because They Are Not Accountable

    Should Indian Intelligence agencies be made accountable? Should the National Security Council (NSC), which advises the Prime Minister and the National Security Advisor (NSA), who heads it, be made statutory or bodies created by law? Should they be made accountable to parliament? Well, these are some of the talking points among the top bureaucracy t...

  • "He Is A U-Turn One-Man Show": Chandrababu Naidu's Dig At PM Modi

    "He Is A U-Turn One-Man Show": Chandrababu Naidu's Dig At PM Modi

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who has been rallying regional parties to form an anti-BJP front, on Monday asserted that coalition governments have done better than Narendra Modi's "one-man show" and alleged that the prime minister is "killing the leadership" in politics, bureaucracy, media and corporate world by targeting those...

  • Bureaucracy Scuttling Democracy In Jammu And Kashmir, Says Omar Abdullah

    Bureaucracy Scuttling Democracy In Jammu And Kashmir, Says Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday hit out at the bureaucracy in the state, accusing them of scuttling democracy by not allowing assembly elections in the state.

  • Chandrababu Naidu Says "Substandard" Gujarat Bureaucrats Posted At Centre

    Chandrababu Naidu Says "Substandard" Gujarat Bureaucrats Posted At Centre

    TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday alleged that "substandard" bureaucrats from the Gujarat cadre, holding key central government posts, have destroyed the governance system and left the entire administration demoralised.

  • Goa Minister Launches Helpline To Counter "Slow Administration"

    Goa Minister Launches Helpline To Counter "Slow Administration"

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's "immobilisation" due to a prolonged illness has affected the efficiency of the state administration, making the bureaucracy slack, state Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai said on Sunday.

  • "Swipe Right To Sue": Now File Lawsuits Same Way You Find Dates On Tinder

    "Swipe Right To Sue": Now File Lawsuits Same Way You Find Dates On Tinder

    Exorbitant legal fees, seemingly endless bureaucracy and an uncertain time investment mean that the decision to pursue legal action against a company or an individual is often fraught with hesitation.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi who was sentenced to life in jail for the murder of his wife 18 years ago, was acquitted by the Delhi High Court today.

  • Blog: 7 Lessons In Crisis Management We Can Learn From Kerala

    Blog: 7 Lessons In Crisis Management We Can Learn From Kerala

    Unlike what usually happens during a disaster, the Kerala government has not faced severe criticism for what went wrong on the ground. Popular perception has been that the political class, bureaucracy, civil society and of course the people of Kerala worked well together to overcome the adversity.

  • NASA Giving More Autonomy To Private Companies To Fuel Innovation

    NASA Giving More Autonomy To Private Companies To Fuel Innovation

    The rap on NASA is that it's risk-averse, stuck in the old ways of doing things, stymied by a big 60-year-old bureaucracy that was chastened by two fatal space shuttle disasters.

  • AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appeared headed for another confrontation with the bureaucracy after the city government's top official rejected his order to give back the power to transfer officers. Officers should implement the top court's order, Mr Kejriwal said, warning that "open defiance" would lead to "serious" consequences. Mr Kejriwal...

  • In Arvind Kejriwal's First Meet After Court Order, A Message For Officers

    In Arvind Kejriwal's First Meet After Court Order, A Message For Officers

    Armed with green signal from the Supreme Court, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today pushed ahead on pending governance issues. The items on agenda had triggered his last and worst clash with the Lieutenant Governor: The bureaucracy was told to fall in line with the top court's order and the process to begin doorstep delivery of rations was f...

  • AAP Vs Centre LIVE: Celebrations At Party Office After Top Court Verdict

    AAP Vs Centre LIVE: Celebrations At Party Office After Top Court Verdict

    The Supreme Court will today give a verdict over the court ruling that the Lieutenant Governor was the administrative head of Delhi. Under the Constitution and the law, the city government does not have any control in matters of land, bureaucracy and the police. The AAP government has been long contending the decision and has also launched a signat...

  • Lateral Entry Will Be For Finest People In The World: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

    Lateral Entry Will Be For Finest People In The World: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

    The centre's decision to allow lateral entry of professionals into the bureaucracy has stirred a huge debate but Amitabh Kant, the CEO of the government's policy think tank NITI Aayog, has told NDTV this was long overdue and would help the government get fresh ideas.

  • Private Sector Professionals Can Be Bureaucrats, 10 Senior Posts Open

    Private Sector Professionals Can Be Bureaucrats, 10 Senior Posts Open

    The Narendra Modi government has now opened the doors of bureaucracy to skilled people from the private sector, inviting applications for 10 senior-level posts. The post of the joint secretary -- crucial to policy making and implementation of government programmes -- is filled by career bureaucrats, who usually join the service after passing exams ...

  • China Widens Xi Jinping's Corruption Crackdown

    China Widens Xi Jinping's Corruption Crackdown

    Millions of Chinese public sector workers will be exposed to the harsh policing tactics of the Communist Party as President Xi Jinping brings his corruption crackdown to China's sprawling bureaucracy.

'Bureaucracy' - 84 Video Result(s)

'Bureaucracy' - 108 News Result(s)

  • Blog: Why Do Our Spies Fail Us? Because They Are Not Accountable

    Blog: Why Do Our Spies Fail Us? Because They Are Not Accountable

    Should Indian Intelligence agencies be made accountable? Should the National Security Council (NSC), which advises the Prime Minister and the National Security Advisor (NSA), who heads it, be made statutory or bodies created by law? Should they be made accountable to parliament? Well, these are some of the talking points among the top bureaucracy t...

  • "He Is A U-Turn One-Man Show": Chandrababu Naidu's Dig At PM Modi

    "He Is A U-Turn One-Man Show": Chandrababu Naidu's Dig At PM Modi

    Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, who has been rallying regional parties to form an anti-BJP front, on Monday asserted that coalition governments have done better than Narendra Modi's "one-man show" and alleged that the prime minister is "killing the leadership" in politics, bureaucracy, media and corporate world by targeting those...

  • Bureaucracy Scuttling Democracy In Jammu And Kashmir, Says Omar Abdullah

    Bureaucracy Scuttling Democracy In Jammu And Kashmir, Says Omar Abdullah

    Former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah on Monday hit out at the bureaucracy in the state, accusing them of scuttling democracy by not allowing assembly elections in the state.

  • Chandrababu Naidu Says "Substandard" Gujarat Bureaucrats Posted At Centre

    Chandrababu Naidu Says "Substandard" Gujarat Bureaucrats Posted At Centre

    TDP chief N Chandrababu Naidu on Friday alleged that "substandard" bureaucrats from the Gujarat cadre, holding key central government posts, have destroyed the governance system and left the entire administration demoralised.

  • Goa Minister Launches Helpline To Counter "Slow Administration"

    Goa Minister Launches Helpline To Counter "Slow Administration"

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar's "immobilisation" due to a prolonged illness has affected the efficiency of the state administration, making the bureaucracy slack, state Agriculture Minister Vijai Sardesai said on Sunday.

  • "Swipe Right To Sue": Now File Lawsuits Same Way You Find Dates On Tinder

    "Swipe Right To Sue": Now File Lawsuits Same Way You Find Dates On Tinder

    Exorbitant legal fees, seemingly endless bureaucracy and an uncertain time investment mean that the decision to pursue legal action against a company or an individual is often fraught with hesitation.

  • Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Ex-TV Anchor Suhaib Ilyasi Acquitted By Delhi High Court In Wife's Murder

    Former TV anchor and producer Suhaib Ilyasi who was sentenced to life in jail for the murder of his wife 18 years ago, was acquitted by the Delhi High Court today.

  • Blog: 7 Lessons In Crisis Management We Can Learn From Kerala

    Blog: 7 Lessons In Crisis Management We Can Learn From Kerala

    Unlike what usually happens during a disaster, the Kerala government has not faced severe criticism for what went wrong on the ground. Popular perception has been that the political class, bureaucracy, civil society and of course the people of Kerala worked well together to overcome the adversity.

  • NASA Giving More Autonomy To Private Companies To Fuel Innovation

    NASA Giving More Autonomy To Private Companies To Fuel Innovation

    The rap on NASA is that it's risk-averse, stuck in the old ways of doing things, stymied by a big 60-year-old bureaucracy that was chastened by two fatal space shuttle disasters.

  • AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    AAP Government's First Order After Top Court Victory Rejected: 10 Points

    Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal appeared headed for another confrontation with the bureaucracy after the city government's top official rejected his order to give back the power to transfer officers. Officers should implement the top court's order, Mr Kejriwal said, warning that "open defiance" would lead to "serious" consequences. Mr Kejriwal...

  • In Arvind Kejriwal's First Meet After Court Order, A Message For Officers

    In Arvind Kejriwal's First Meet After Court Order, A Message For Officers

    Armed with green signal from the Supreme Court, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today pushed ahead on pending governance issues. The items on agenda had triggered his last and worst clash with the Lieutenant Governor: The bureaucracy was told to fall in line with the top court's order and the process to begin doorstep delivery of rations was f...

  • AAP Vs Centre LIVE: Celebrations At Party Office After Top Court Verdict

    AAP Vs Centre LIVE: Celebrations At Party Office After Top Court Verdict

    The Supreme Court will today give a verdict over the court ruling that the Lieutenant Governor was the administrative head of Delhi. Under the Constitution and the law, the city government does not have any control in matters of land, bureaucracy and the police. The AAP government has been long contending the decision and has also launched a signat...

  • Lateral Entry Will Be For Finest People In The World: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

    Lateral Entry Will Be For Finest People In The World: NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant

    The centre's decision to allow lateral entry of professionals into the bureaucracy has stirred a huge debate but Amitabh Kant, the CEO of the government's policy think tank NITI Aayog, has told NDTV this was long overdue and would help the government get fresh ideas.

  • Private Sector Professionals Can Be Bureaucrats, 10 Senior Posts Open

    Private Sector Professionals Can Be Bureaucrats, 10 Senior Posts Open

    The Narendra Modi government has now opened the doors of bureaucracy to skilled people from the private sector, inviting applications for 10 senior-level posts. The post of the joint secretary -- crucial to policy making and implementation of government programmes -- is filled by career bureaucrats, who usually join the service after passing exams ...

  • China Widens Xi Jinping's Corruption Crackdown

    China Widens Xi Jinping's Corruption Crackdown

    Millions of Chinese public sector workers will be exposed to the harsh policing tactics of the Communist Party as President Xi Jinping brings his corruption crackdown to China's sprawling bureaucracy.

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