MHA warns govt officers, staff members against use of duplicate, unauthorised ID’s to gain access in ministries, offices

New Delhi: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has warned all government officers and staff members against the usage of duplicate, unauthorised government identity cards to gain access in ministries and government offices. According to the letter accessed by ANI, the MHA has termed gaining access through duplicate or unauthorised identity cards “a threat to… Continue reading MHA warns govt officers, staff members against use of duplicate, unauthorised ID’s to gain access in ministries, offices

CISF personnel commits suicide in Delhi

New Delhi: A 27-year-old CISF personnel allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan at his home here, police said on Wednesday. The body of Vipin Kumar, a native of Jahanabad, Bihar, was found after his neighbours noticed a foul smell emanating from his ground floor apartment in Shahdara’s Dilshad Colony, they said.… Continue reading CISF personnel commits suicide in Delhi

Govt warns agitating employees of disciplinary action

New Delhi:The Centre has warned its agitating employees of disciplinary action if they go on strike and don’t join work, according to an order issued by the Personnel Ministry. The Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers has decided to observe strike on January 8th and 9th to protest against the National Pension Scheme (NPS)… Continue reading Govt warns agitating employees of disciplinary action

Bihar cadre IPS officer Rajesh Ranjan takes over as CISF DG

New Delhi: Bihar-cadre IPS officer Rajesh Ranjan today took over as the new Director General (DG) of the CISF, which guards a majority of the country’s civil airports and other vital installations. An official release said Ranjan, who was till now a Special DG in the Border Security Force here, will hold the post till… Continue reading Bihar cadre IPS officer Rajesh Ranjan takes over as CISF DG

Republic Day: 32 CISF personnel get President’s medal

New Delhi: Thirty-two CISF officials were decorated with the President’s police medal on the eve of Republic Day for meritorious and distinguished service. Those decorated include Deputy Inspector General (DIG) N G Gupta, senior commandants Vertul Singh, Nirvikar and P Pratap Singh, and Inspector Naresh Kumar. Constables Satyen Singh and P M Verma were decorated… Continue reading Republic Day: 32 CISF personnel get President’s medal

O P Singh takes charge as Uttar Pradesh DGP

Lucknow: O P Singh, a 1983-batch IPS officer, assumed office as the Uttar Pradesh Director General of Police today. Singh, who arrived here this morning, was received by officials at the airport. “The new DGP has taken over the charge and will be interacting with the media later in the day,” DGP, PRO Rahul Srivastava… Continue reading O P Singh takes charge as Uttar Pradesh DGP

IPS officer O P Singh to take charge as UP DGP tomorrow

Lucknow: A 1983 batch IPS officer, O P Singh, will assume office as the Director General of Police (DGP) of Uttar Pradesh tomorrow. He is relieved from his post of Director General of Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) today following an approval by the Department of Personnel and Training, to Uttar Pradesh government’s proposal. His… Continue reading IPS officer O P Singh to take charge as UP DGP tomorrow

O P Singh is UP’s new DGP

Lucknow: Om Prakash Singh will be the new Director General of Police of Uttar Pradesh. Om Prakash Singh will succeed incumbent Sulkhan Singh, whose tenure ends today. Principal Secretary (Home) Arvind Kumar today said, “On recommendations of the committee headed by UP chief secretary Rajiv Kumar, principal secretary home, and principal secretary to chief minister,… Continue reading O P Singh is UP’s new DGP

No family planning allowance for govt staff, cab sec hit too

New Delhi: Central government employees will no longer get a family planning allowance and the cabinet secretary his monthly entertainment allocation. Also gone are the diet, haircutting and ‘soap toilet’ allowances given to select categories of employees. With the government accepting many of the recommendations of the Committee on Allowances (CoA), headed by Finance Secretary… Continue reading No family planning allowance for govt staff, cab sec hit too

MHA starts process of recruiting more women in paramilitary

New Delhi: The Home Ministry has started the process of recruiting more women to achieve the target of 33 per cent in the two paramilitary forces – the CRPF and the CISF – and 15 per cent in the BSF, the SSB and the ITBP. The 33 per cent reservation in constable-level posts in Central… Continue reading MHA starts process of recruiting more women in paramilitary