Harish Rawat will take first place in the Uttarakhand CM race after the elections

What Harish Rawat wanted from the leadership of the Congress in Delhi to give a clear signal to the party The campaign in Uttarakhand will be under his leadership now known. But one of the many reasons it bothered him was interesting. We learned that two businessmen, who have business interests in Uttarakhand, met him in Dehradun. They offered him financial support. The same businessmen later met with an executive in Delhi. Perhaps they wanted to make sure they were betting on the right person. The central leader was evasive about whether Rawat would be prime minister if the party was elected to power. The news reached Rawat. Needless to say, he went crazy. He fought many battles, and Rawat has now pressured the party to indicate that he would lead the party to elections. In other words, he is the face and will take first place in the CM’s post-election career if the party is in a position to form the government.


Canada on Friday Cameron MacKay was appointed as India’s next High Commissioner. He succeeds Nader Patel, who left earlier in the year. Mackay served as Canada’s ambassador to Indonesia and East Timor from 2019 to 2021. He joined the Canadian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1995 and was Director of Regional Trade Policy from 2008 to 2010, Director General of China Trade Policy from 2012 to 2013, and Director General of the Trade Negotiations Office from 2013 to 2015 and Director General of the Office of Commercial Sectors from 2015 to 2017. Most recently in Ottawa he held the position of Director of Operations in the Office of the Special Defense and Foreign Affairs Council in the Policy Secretariat. Abroad, he served at the Canadian Permanent Mission in Geneva from 2001 to 2006, as Canadian Ambassador to Costa Rica, Honduras and Nicaragua from 2010 to 2012.

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break tradition

Contrary to tradition, Secretary of State for Project Management Office, Employees, General Complaints and Pensions Jitendra Singh, after giving a farewell address at the conclusion of the 2nd Field Management Capacity Building Program for Senior Officials of the Jammu and Kashmir Administrative Department in New Delhi, did not give souvenirs to the officers. Officers had just completed a two-week management training course, and usually, like most government events, souvenirs were given to both participants and trainers. But the minister announced while congratulating the officials that the government would end the practice of distributing souvenirs, which are nonessential government expenditures. Thus, the 29 ASPs from 1999 to 2002, who had received training, received special mentions from the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Complaints during Friday’s event.

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