JUST ahead of
president’s Barack Obama’s high-profile three-day-long visit to U.S. beginning Saturday, a noted American author and former official during Jimmy Carter administration, has said the India is frustrated with Indian bureaucracy. While talking to Rediff.com, Michael Krepon, a co-founder of the Stimson Centre and former official of U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency talked about bureaucratic bottlenecks in U.S. . India
He further said that Indians today have great frustration over bureaucracy. “The
has great frustration with the Indian bureaucracy. I understand Indians also have great frustration with Indian bureaucracy, but it is very hard to change patterns of behaviour from the past even though the situation today is so much different from the Cold War,” he told to popular online media, Rediff.com. United States
Obama is expected to pressurize Indian policy makers to change rules in
and give more market access to American companies. One of the main agenda that India president may take up during his visit is opening up of multi-brand retail for foreign companies, for which DIPP came out with a draft discussion paper a few months ago. US company Wal Mart among others are expected to gain from the move. US
Group "A" telecom officers set to help TCIL’s African safary
The Union Cabinet has given its nod to the proposal of the department of telecommunications regarding deputation of Group “A” officers of department of telecommunications (DoT) to Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. (TCIL).
The approval is to allow TCIL to fill up such number of posts on deputation from Group “A” officers of DoT for a period of three years with effect from
October 1, 2010 according to DPE guidelines.
The senior officials are expected to help TCIL in executing the time-bound project of Pan-African e-Network and other ongoing overseas and domestic projects.