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A primer on GOI's hidden power centre and why the CSS calls the shots

The overwhelming number of officers in the CSS cadres are an indication of the clout it wields on key policy decisions across ministries

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central government | government of India | Cabinet Secretariat

Subhomoy Bhattacharjee  |  New Delhi 

AU Small Finance Bank to invest over Rs 500 cr for IT, digital makeover

In May this year, in a surprise of sorts, the secretary of the (DoPT), Pradip Kumar Tripathi, was suddenly transferred to the as Secretary, Coordination. He was replaced by S Radha Chauhan, additional chief secretary, in charge of the crucial finance and tax department in the Uttar Pradesh . She left just weeks before the Yogi Aditayanth led in the state presented its first budget in the second term.

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First Published: Wed, June 22 2022. 21:12 IST
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