Are we recruiting the right people for the job?
The desire to not let go is strong in retired bureaucrats.
The script is the same: a promising start followed by collapse.
The tragedy is that politicking takes precedence over policymaking.
Our scientists haven’t tried to create a sustainable financial model.
As they say, promises are the sweetest lies.
The real problem lies in the very composition of the taskforce.
Do nothing, say nothing and one would never make any mistake.
Civil servants will not accept an outsider as their boss.
The bribe culture must be tackled proactively.
Impartially, the Railways has done well over the last few years.
Do we need these kind of rebels?
An honest appraisal of civil servants means breaking the mould.
Crude attempts at acquiring vehicles must be stopped.
The ‘power chain’ is just like the food chain.
Civil servants are trained to be servile.
For many civil servants, a retirement home is a pipe dream.
Would they have qualified had they not been blind?
The engineering council is beset with problems.
Mediocrity is most welcome in this country.