The government wants to parachute private sector experts into India’s bureaucracy. Is the idea workable?
NEW DELHI : In the early 1980s, a young Indian Police Service (IPS) officer apparently approached a fellow fresh recruit at the National Police Academy in Hyderabad with a peculiar complaint. “I am unable to sleep at night," he said. When asked what was bothering him, the cryptic reply was: “The price of petroleum is at (a) peak."
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