Uttarakhand flood scam: Why hasn't the govt filed any case against officers?

A string of financial bungling has come to light through responses to RTI queries that were made with regard to 2013 Uttarakhand flood relief efforts. RTI activist Bhupender Kumar has revealed that officials supervising relief work after the floods in 2013, splurged huge amount of money.

File property returns after office hours, on holidays: Govt to babus

Officers should file details of their assets and liabilities under the new Lokpal Act after office hours and on holidays, the government has said as the deadline for submitting the declarations by them ends on Thursday.

Civil services is facing a shortage of over 1600 officers: Govt

Shortage of officers is not limited to the armed forces alone, the civil services too are facing a shortfall of over 1,600 officers.

Prayer vigil held in New York for slain police officer

 Thousands of people paid tribute Friday in New York to one of two officers killed in an anti-police attack a week ago.

100 days of Modi govt: PM keeps a check on officers

With Narendra Modi taking charge as the Prime Minister of India, we track the first 100 days of his government.

Turkey arrests more than 50 police officers in graft probe: TV

Forty serving and former top police officers were arrested in Istanbul, including the former head of the anti-terror unit of Istanbul police, Omer Kose.

CIA cites officers for harassment

Fifteen CIA employees were found to have committed sexual, racial or other types of harassment last year, including a supervisor who was removed from the job after engaging in "bullying, hostile behaviour," and an operative who was sent home from an overseas post for inappropriately touching female colleagues.

Punjab and Haryana High Court shifts 160 judges

In a major reshuffle in the district level judiciary, the Punjab and Haryana High Court has transferred 160 judges and judicial officers of the twin states, a High Court official said on Friday.

ISI officers caught cheating in exam: Report

Around 500 candidates, including 50 officials from ISI and Intelligence Bureau, have been caught "cheating" while appearing for an entrance test to fill vacancies in Pakistan`s premier National Counter Terrorism Authority, according to a media report on Wednesday.

70 former Maoist rebels become officers of Nepal Army

Seventy former Maoist rebels, including four women, today became officers in the Nepal Army they once fought, in a landmark event in the peace process.

US soldier killed after firing at officers

A US soldier was killed Friday after he opened fire at officers at an Army base in the state of Texas.

Scotland Yard bans tattoos on officers

Scotland Yard Commissioner said body art that can be seen by the public "damages the professional image" of the service.

Create congenial climate in units: Army Chief

Against the backdrop of stand-off between officers and jawans, Army Chief Gen Bikarm Singh asked battalion commanders to create a "congenial climate".

UP govt suspends 60 engineers and officers

UP govt suspended at least 60 engineers and officers posted in the Public Works, Irrigation, Cooperative departments for irregularities.

Officers warned on interacting with embassy staffs

Government has asked its employees to desist from such actions which were "reprehensible" and in violation of laid down rules.

`No witch hunt in name of fighting corruption`

PM asked civil servants to show "boldness" in decision making, assuring them there will be "no witch hunting" in the name of fighting corruption.

Officers indulged in poll campaigning suspended

Taking cognizance of
complaints against officers joining assembly poll campaigning
in Punjab, the EC has ordered
suspension of a number of officers.

Ensure lasting peace in state: J&K DGP to officers

The Jammu and Kashmir Police will take all measures to ensure lasting peace in the state, Director General of Police Kuldeep Khoda said on Tuesday.

Issue passports promptly: Krishna to officers

Amid complaints of delay in
passport issuance, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna
exhorted officers to sort out citizens` problems
"promptly".

States submit IPS officers` IPRs by Jan 31: MHA

The Union Home Ministry on Friday
asked state governments to ensure that IPS officers in their
cadre submit their IPRs by
January 31, 2012.