Modi govt tapping phones of opposition, bureaucrats & judges: Congress

Anand Sharma was sharply critical of the way the Prime Minister Narendra Modi went about on the issue of Rafale fighter deal without the mandate of the Cabinet Committee on Security. 

Give vague assurances to MPs: Union Agriculture Ministry to Babus

Give vague assurances to MPs: Union Agriculture Ministry to Babus

'The matter is under consideration', 'I shall look into it', 'I shall see what can be done' are some statements that the Members of Parliament seeking information on matters will get to hear from the bureaucratic class.

Delhi govt vs bureaucrats: Who are DANICS officers; what's their tussle with Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi govt vs bureaucrats: Who are DANICS officers; what's their tussle with Arvind Kejriwal

Delhi government bureaucrats on Thursday went on mass leave to protest against the suspension of two DANICS-cadre officers even as the Union Home Ministry declared the suspension as null and void.

Do away with obstructionist rules: Govt to babus

Any rule which tends to create inconvenience or harassment to common people should be dropped by bureaucrats, Union Minster Jitendra Singh said here on Thursday.

Babus facing corruption charges may get promotion

Bureaucrats facing corruption charges will be able to get foregone promotions and subsequent benefits after getting a clean chit from disciplinary authority, as per draft guidelines formed by the Centre.

Centre wants babus with doubtful integrity and efficiency sacked

To tone up the bureaucratic apparatus and weed out officials of doubtful integrity and efficiency, the government has asked all its departments to identify such public servants and move proposals for their premature retirement.

Now, bureaucrats may lose job for overstaying on foreign assignments

IAS and IPS officers may lose their job if they overstay on foreign assignments for more than a month without permission, as per the new rules being finalised by the government.

Watch: 15 reports from 15 cities of India

15 reporters reporting from 15 cities of India only on Zee News.

Allahabad HC orders govt. school education for children of govt. employees

The Allahabad High Court issues mandate for government school education for children of all bureaucrats and government employees.

Delhi HC turns down plea challenging LG Jung's authority- Part II

Delhi High Court has said that LG Najeeb Jung will deliberate on the proposal given by the Delhi government.

Delhi High Court has turned down plea challenging constitutional authorities of Delhi Lieutenant Governor.

Delhi HC turns down plea challenging LG Jung's authority

Delhi High Court has said that LG Najeeb Jung will deliberate on the proposal given by the Delhi government. Delhi High Court has turned down plea challenging constitutional authorities of Delhi Lieutenant Governor.

Omar Abdullah backs Kejriwal in fight with Lt Governor

Omar Abdullah said on Sunday came out in strong support of Arvind Kejriwal on the issue of his ongoing tussle with the Delhi Lt Governor, saying Jammu and Kashmir had to pay a "heavy price" for similar issues involving the office of the chief minister and the Raj Bhavan.

Centre trying to rule Delhi through LG: Arvind Kejriwal in letter to PM Modi

Centre trying to rule Delhi through LG: Arvind Kejriwal in letter to PM Modi

Amid his ongoing tussle with Lt Governor Najeeb Jung over posting and transfer of bureaucrats, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday accused the Centre of trying to run the administration in the national capital.

Delhi govt bureaucrats inform they don't want to work under Kejriwal: Reports

A number of Delhi government bureaucrats have informed the Ministry of Home Affairs that they do not want to continue working under Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, a self-professed anarchist.

Kejriwal-Jung tussle: Officials beg for postings outside Delhi

Escalating confrontation between Delhi's Lt Governor Najeeb Jung and chief minister Arvind Kejriwal has started reflecting on Delhi's bureaucracy that is seeking to take the turf war at Centre's doorstep.

Nitish govt transfers 93 bureaucrats

The Nitish Kumar government in Bihar on Tuesday effected changes in mid-level bureaucracy by transferring 93 officers across the state.

J&K govt facing shortage of bureaucrats

The Jammu and Kashmir government is facing a shortage of administrative officers at mid and high levels in the bureaucracy, officials said here on Sunday.

'No shield for graft, but babus need protection in case of honest error'

There should be no shield against probing corrupt government officials, but civil servants need to be protected from penalisation in case of honest errors, some former bureaucrats on Thursday said while hailing the proposed amendments in the anti-corruption law approved by the Centre.

China denies 'exodus' of bureaucrats amid anti-graft drive

A Chinese official has publicly denied rumors of an "exodus" of bureaucrats from civil service following reports of widespread unhappiness over poor working conditions and an anti-corruption drive.

Govt to hold stress management programme for babus

Senior babus will now be able to learn stress management techniques with the Centre deciding to hold a two-day workshop for them.