Ishrat Jahan case: CBI court adjourns hearing of Vanzara's bail plea

A special court for Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) cases here on Friday adjourned the hearing on the bail plea of retired Indian Police Service (IPS) officer D G Vanzara in Ishrat Jahan fake encounter killing case.

Do not file RTI to know results: UPSC to candidates

The Union Public Service Commission has advised candidates not to file RTI applications to know results of civil services preliminary examination.

UPSC declares civil services prelims results
UPSC declares civil services prelims results

The results of the civil services preliminary examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission were declared on Tuesday.

IPS Tejraj Kharodhiya to take charge as Bundi SP

IPS Tejraj Singh Kharodiya will on Monday assume additional charge of Bundi Superintendent of Police, after Pankaj Choudhary was sent on Awaiting Posting Order for allegedly being "careless and inactive" when tension erupted in Nainwa town and Khanpura village of the district.

IAS, IPS officers to sign bond before going on study leave: Govt

The IAS, IPS and IFoS officers need to execute a bond agreeing to refund all expenses borne on them by the government on their study leave in case they fail to return on duty after such sabbatical, the Centre has said.

Trainee IPS officer drowns at police academy in Hyderabad

A trainee police officer drowned in a swimming pool at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel National Police Academy (NPA) here late Thursday night, sources said.

A glance at UPSC exam process

As the most recent batch of civil service inductees wait get to work, Sanchayan Bhattacharjee takes a look at the UPSC exam process.

930 vacancies in IPS posts across country

A total of 930 posts of Indian Police Service (IPS) officers are lying vacant across the country with the highest 105 vacancies in Uttar Pradesh.

Civil Services 2013: 67 candidates fail to clear medical test

As many as 67 candidates, who was announced qualified in the civil services examination 2013, have been declared unfit to join some services including Indian Police Service.

Twenty-one IPS officers transferred in Gujarat

The Gujarat government transferred 21 IPS officers of the Superintendent of Police rank.

CBI gets first woman as Additional Director

IPS officer Archana Ramasundaram on Thursday took over as Additional Director of CBI, becoming the first woman to be elevated to this level in the probe agency.

Jharkhand civil servants quitting jobs to fight polls

Politics seems to be attracting several bureaucrats and police officers in Jharkhand. Many Indian Administrative Service (IAS) and Indian Police Service (IPS) officials have quit their jobs in the last few months to join politics.

Two more attempts for UPSC`s civil services exams

Government on Monday decided to give two additional attempts to all categories of candidates of the prestigious exam conducted by Union Public Service Commission.

Nine IPS officers transferred in UP

The Uttar Pradesh government transferred nine IPS officers, officials said.

Ambitious IPS recruitment runs into trouble

Centre`s plan to laterally induct additional officers into IPS by deploying meritorious junior serving uniformed officers has run into rough weather.

11 IPS, 44 RAS officers transferred in Rajasthan

The Rajasthan government has transferred 11 IPS officers, including an IG, and 44 RAS officers.

Change in recruitment process for IAS, IPS via promotion quota

A state service officer may have to go through written test and interview to get promoted to IAS and IPS cadre under a revised scheme proposed by government.

After IAS rejig, Nitish govt reshuffles IPS office

The Nitish Kumar government effected a reshuffle in the state police department by shifting out eight SPs.

Govt to review rules on arbitrary suspensions of officers

The Centre has decided to review the service rules to provide immunity to IAS and IPS officers from arbitrary suspensions and unjust disciplinary actions by the state governments.

Check arbitrary suspensions: IAS, IPS officers` bodies to centre

Representatives of three All India Services associations have demanded changes in rules to check "arbitrary" and "malafide" abuse of power by state governments.