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IAS officer Saket Kumar's appointment as Amit Shah's private secretary has been approved till July, 2023

Saket Kumar is a 2009 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre. He is widely regarded as a honest and efficient officer who has ensured that fruits of Government programs and policies reach to people who are entitled for them. He is also a much sought after officer by central government. 

  1. Saket Kumar has been appointed as private secretary to Amit Shah
  2. IAS officer Saket Kumar's appointment has been approved till July, 2023
  3. Saket Kumar is a 2009-batch officer of the Bihar cadre

Saket Kumar, IAS: Profile, Wiki, Family and Caste

Saket Kumar is a 2009 batch IAS officer of Bihar cadre. He is widely regarded as a honest and efficient officer who has ensured that fruits of Government programs and policies reach to people who are entitled for them. He is also a much sought after officer by central government. 




  1. Saket Kumar has been appointed as private secretary to Amit Shah
  2. IAS officer Saket Kumar's appointment has been approved till July, 2023
  3. Saket Kumar is a 2009-batch officer of the Bihar cadre

Modi's strong message to Corrupt bureaucrats 12 Senior Govt Officers to Retire Over Charges of Corruption, Sexual Abus

Twelve senior government officers, including a chief commissioner, principal commissioners and commissioner of the Income Tax Department, were directed by the Finance Ministry to retire under Rule 56 of the General Financial Rules (GFRs) on Monday.

Sources said some of these officers were found guilty of corruption, having illegal and disproportionate assets and sexual harassment. Modi has given a strong message to corrupt bureaucrats.

Journalist Prashant Kanojia Arrest : Supreme Court orders immediate release

Journalist Prashant Kanojia, who was arrested by the Uttar Pradesh police for "defaming" Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, must immediately be released, the Supreme Court said on Tuesday. The right to liberty, a fundamental right, is non-negotiable, the court said as it granted bail.

"It is made clear that this order is not construed as an approval of tweets," the top court said.

Azim Premji is logging out on July 30

Azim Premji is logging out. The Wipro czar will step down on July 30 after 53 years at the helm to devote more time to philanthropic activities. He will be succeeded by son Rishad as chairman and CEO Abidali Neemuchwala as managing director. Premji will continue with the IT firm as non-executive director and remain chairman of Wipro’s non-IT businesses. He has already committed two-thirds of Wipro’s shares to charity, creating an endowment worth ₹1.45 lakh crore. In an email to employees, the frugal billionaire thanked “Wiproites across generations” for their “deep commitment and hard work” (see letter).