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Arvind Kejriwal's wife takes voluntary retirement from IRS

Posted as Commissioner of IT in the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) here, Arvind Kejriwal's wife Sunita had sought VRS earlier this year.

PM Modi meets IRS probationers, tells them 'to uphold people's trust'

PM Modi meets IRS probationers, tells them 'to uphold people's trust'

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday told a group of Indian Revenue Service probationers not harass honest taxpayers and work to ensure people-friendly initiatives reach the common man.

IRS website hacked by suspected Pakistani hackers, messages like 'Pakistan Zindabad' posted

IRS website hacked by suspected Pakistani hackers, messages like 'Pakistan Zindabad' posted

The website of Indian Revenue Service was hacked by Pakistani hackers, as per a media report on Sunday.

IAS, other services bicker in public over job parity

A war of words is going on in social media between officers of most sought-after Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and those belonging to other central government services like IRS over the issue of pay parity and career progression.

Perseverance, hard work pays: Civil services toppers

Perseverance and hard work were the two mantras that helped them get top positions in civil services exam, the elated toppers said on Saturday.

CBEC in full strength with appointment of five new members

The Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC), the apex body for indirect tax policy making, is in its full strength now as the government has appointed five new members.

Sunil Gautam appointed PS to MoS Minority Affairs

IRS officer Sunil Gautam has been appointed as Private Secretary to Minister of State for Minority Affairs Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi.

Economic transformation of the country "mind-boggling": Prez

Terming the country's economic transformation as "mind boggling", President Pranab Mukherjee Monday said India is undergoing transition from a developing to a developed economy.

IRS officer gets chance to reform in Harassment case

An Indian Revenue Service officer has got a "lifeline" from a Delhi court which gave him a chance to reform by not cancelling his bail for allegedly threatening his third wife in a harassment case, with whom he fraudulently got married during subsistence of his earlier marriage.

Finance Ministry deploys 261 expenditure observers for polls

The Finance Ministry has deployed 261 Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officers across the country to keep a tab on expenses by candidates in the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections.

IRS officer, inspector among 4 booked for manhandling woman in AP

An Indian Revenue Service officer and three others, including an inspector, were on Wednesday booked in connection with alleged manhandling of a woman.

IT officer Verma got part of bribe when out on bail

Indian Revenue Service Officer Ashutosh Verma, who was arrested in 2008 by CBI for allegedly taking bribe from arms dealer Suresh Nanda, had secured a major portion of remaining bribe after his bail.

Kejriwal clears I-T dues, sends cheque to PM

Key Team Anna member Arvind Kejriwal sent a cheque of Rs 9.27 lakh – to clear his dues - to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh so that his resignation from the Indian Revenue Service is accepted.

Kejriwal to take loan from friends to pay dues

Arvind Kejriwal has decided to pay over Rs 9 lakh dues to the government so that his resignation from the IRS is accepted.

Black money: More IRS officials to get involved in crackdown

An increased number of Indian
Revenue Service (IRS) personnel will be deployed to probe and
gather intelligence on cases involving black money.