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    January 2013

Respecting sentiments of our Jawans

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There’s a popular saying that difference in religion often breeds more quarrels than politics. India with more than a billion population has been no stranger to this phenomenon.  As a secular country while India prides itself for its diversity, the religious traditions remain sacrosanct to its citizens.  When in its continued initiative to fight against corruption Bureaucracy Today received information from an anonymous reader  about  alleged  loopholes  in the food procurement-supply system of frozen chicken in the Indian Army we decided to investigate the matter further. In this issue of Bureaucracy Today, our correspondent Sohini Mukerjee digs deeper into these serious charges which if made public may result in a serious outrage for the blatant disregard of religious sentiments   of our jawans. The Army is one of the oldest and most respected institutions in our country and it has a secular and apolitical character.  We at BT, therefore, firmly believe that corrective measures should be taken by the Government and the Army authorities to avoid a catastrophic situation.  Our Limelight section this month features Imtiaz A Khan, Professor of Microbiology, who is the first Indian to receive a US grant of $1.6 million for his landmark research on Microsporidia. His research would benefit HIV patients all over the world immensely.  We feel that it is a proud moment for all Indians and we congratulate Prof. Khan on his commendable work. Occasions such as this, however, force us to introspect on the prevalent situation of scientific research and development in our country. It is high time we cultivated an environment and our Government agencies created opportunities and infrastructure for R&D so that India may retain deserving individuals like Imtiaz in future.   We also carry an interview with Manoj Dwivedi, Secretary, Health and Medical Education, Jammu and Kashmir, who with his constant perseverance has made a significant contribution to the health sector in the State. At 39 he is the youngest State Health Secretary ever in India. Manoj has been responsible for bringing J&K to the No.1 position in health according to a reputed newsmagazine, India Today. Such hard work justly deserves appreciation and thus our editorial panel decided to make Manoj Dwivedi our Bureaucrat of the month for January 2013.          Suhaib A. Ilyasi  Editor-in-chief

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