“The DFFT policy for year 2020-21 is undergoing an overhaul considering the emphasis on integrated training and capacity building functions of the entire government,” the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) wrote to cadre-controlling authorities on January 10.
Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba has asked all secretaries to not initiate fresh Inter-Ministerial Consultations (IMC) for Cabinet proposals if the sponsoring Ministry is fully in agreement with recommendations of the appraisal bodies regarding the proposals.
A new "Events Platform" has been introduced on the NaMo App on Tuesday by BJP under which people can get information about various events, rallies or gatherings of the party in their area for participation in the same. The events would pop up on a map within 25 kilometers of the current geographical location of the user and on zooming out.
The Centre has decided to hire a professional communications agency for creating a buzz around Census 2021 and National Population Register (NPR) 2020 and bring about a behaviour change in the mindset of people across states and religions so they give enumerators accurate information.
The Yogi Adityanath government is seeking the help of a firm or company with experience of running livestock services to come on board for this project which will be run under the CSR obligations for corporates.
As much as Rs 19,263 cr of savings have accrued till end-December due to the DBT-linked scheme, the govt said.
“The Cabinet Committee on Investment and Growth in the meeting held on December 23, 2019 has directed to take time-bound action to fill up the existing vacancies in various ministries/departments,” stated the DoPT circular.
While most hoardings of the BJP have only the PM's face, a new style of hoardings has also come up with "a common person of Delhi" capturing half the space along with the PM and questioning the "unfulfilled promises" of the AAP government and slamming AAP for not rolling out central schemes in Delhi.
CBI said 34 girls at the Muzzafarpur shelter home aged between seven to seventeen years of age were sexually abused by the accused after they were sedated. Among those convicted are eight women employees of the shelter too, including one Madhu alias Shaista Parveen, who was also found guilty of the sexual abuse of children.
Government has now made public the file notings which show its move on ‘expediting passage’ of RTI bill.
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