Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Xi Jinping regime frames dos and don'ts of behavior for Chinese bureaucrats

THE Western media has highlighted dos and don’ts of behaviour for Chinese bureaucrats which were recently framed by China’s new regime under new leader Xi Jinping. Here are some:
Don’ts•    Participating in a large number of ribbon-cutting ceremonies
•    Massive entourages during foreign trips
•    Traveling in oversize motorcades
•    Organizing brigades of flag-waving students to greet them arriving at airports.
•    Self-indulgent speech
Dos•    Raise effectiveness of meetings
•    Organize short meetings
•    Give short speeches
•    Avoid empty talk
•    Avoid niceties

ACC rejects MHA’s proposal of Bansal’s extensionThe Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) has asked the ministry of home affairs to select a new candidate for the post of Director General, Border Security Force (BSF) after it had rejected MHA’s proposal for extension of service of incumbent DG UK Bansal, a 1974 batch IPS officer, beyond November 30, 2012.
In an order dated November 30, 2012, the ACC rejected the MHA’s proposal dated November 7, 2012, pleading Bansal’s extension.


  1. Applicable also to Indian politicians

  2. Everyone that's elsewhere there helping and for the relaxing who are manufacture it potential for them to be present.