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18 October 2017 - Cabinet Reshuffle

President Zuma surprises many with a cabinet reshuffle.  A trusted lieutenant becomes the Minister of Energy, an unknown becomes the Minister of State Security…


Cabinet Reshuffle: Nirmala Sitharaman Becomes The New Defence Minister

PM Narendra Modi’s cabinet reshuffle that had been due for a few months now given the rising vacancies and shifting alliances finally takes place- Nirmal Singh Lotus Green. 313 more words

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What is Modi's 4P formula that guided the Cabinet reshuffle

In the Modi Cabinet reshuffle, a new formula will be adopted. It is called the 4P formula. While performance, attendance and electoral considerations were part of the decision making process, the 4P formula too was taken into account.

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Modi Cabinet Reshuffle List (September 2017)

Here is the full list of Cabinet Ministers and Council of Ministers: 

Shri Narendra Modi – Prime Minister and also in-charge of: Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy; Department of Space; all important policy issues, and all other portfolios not allocated to any Minister. 2,326 more words

Cabinet Reshuffle

Modi shuffles Cabinet: Sitharaman new defence minister; Goyal gets railways

Sitharaman became the second woman to head the Defence Ministry after Indira Gandhi


Nirmala Sitharaman was on Sunday promoted and appointed as India’s Defence Minister in a surprise move by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who elevated three others to the Cabinet and brought in nine new faces, including four former bureaucrats, in a reshuffle-cum-expansion of his ministry based on performance. 261 more words


Cabinet reshuffle: Piyush Goyal new ‘Prabhu’ of Indian Railways

New Delhi: In what was expected and speculated widely, PM Narendra Modi shifts Suresh Prabhu out of Railways Ministry. He will be now taking care of commerce ministry. 441 more words

Nitin Gadkari in charge as govt eyes Clean Ganga

Faced with the herculean task of fulfilling the Bharatiya Janata Party-led (BJP-led) government’s promise of cleaning the Ganga, the Centre needed nothing short of a silver bullet to meet the deadline for the project, which some allege, is being implemented at a snail’s pace. 124 more words