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Latest Articles in bureaucracy

Enough Is Enough: Supreme Court Slams Bureaucracy Over Pollution

A Bench headed by Chief Justice N V Ramana, which heard the case for over two hours, said, “Enough is enough. We cannot get into all the nitty gritty of the issue.

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Opposition's political activities being ruthlessly repressed, quelled with police assistance in West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar

Opposition's political activities being ruthlessly repressed, quelled with police assistance in West Bengal: Jagdeep Dhankhar

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Value Migration Key to Accelerated Growth

The mobilisation and synthesis of resources like land, labour and capital worked in the early stage of our growth trajectory and pulled several millions out of abject poverty.

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Media on Trial: Reforms for Sanctity

Simple steps, if allowed by the administration, will ensure integrity, credibility not only to News but to the establishment for bringing sanity and ensuring the people of New India are less angry.

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A Historic Opportunity 3: Time To Reform The Bureaucracy

Sutanu Guru argues why it is critical for prime minister Narendra Modi to completely revamp the bureaucracy if labor, land, tax, agri and other reforms have a chance to be effective.

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Bureaucratic Reshuffle: Tarun Kapoor Appointed DDA Vice-Chairman

As a part of a bureaucratic reshuffle effected today, senior IAS officer Tarun Kapoor has been appointed Vice-Chairman of Delhi Development Authority (DDA)

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The Second Law Of Bureaucracy

The policy purpose for every regulation and compliance should be clear, its cost benefit assessed and benchmarked against requirements in other countries. The process for completing returns should then be streamlined and made easy online

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Insufficient Funds?

How inter-departmental communication gap, bureaucracy and lack of vision in defence budget could affect India’s war preparedness

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Bureaucracy Must Fast-Track Decision-Making: Nitin Gadkari

The Minister for Road Transport said his department could have doubled the current progress if the officials had improved their decision-making process

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Do Not Lack Political Will To Carry Out Reforms, Says PM Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday asserted that he did not lack the political will needed to carry out reforms as he asked the civil servants to break silos and work together as a team to perform and transform.

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Have Exports Turned The Corner?

Latest export figures have led to much cheer and optimism. However, policy hurdles still remain a stumbling block

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Modi's Most Powerful Enemy Is Bureaucracy: Part-2

After the needless EPF controversy, Sutanu Guru revisits and updates a column written and published in September, 2015 about India's rotten "steel frame"

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Prime Minister Modi Promises Stable Tax Regime, More Reforms

Says steps have been taken to simplify processes and rationalise provisions regarding licences, security and environment clearances

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All The Prime Minister’s Men

Is Modi’s appointments committee meant to cut down on lobbying and red tapism or bring his trusted aides at the centre to be his eyes and ears?

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Let’s Get Down To ‘Doing’ Now

We need to create our own Google, Facebook, rather than building models that are all about labour arbitrage

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