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Wednesday, October 31, 2012
New set of Ministers for "Communications & Information Technology"
Prime Minister Sri Manmohan Singh on Sunday effected a major revamp of his council of ministers, inducting 22 faces, including seven of cabinet rank, in what is said to be the last major ministerial shuffle before the 2014 general elections.
In the reshuffle of portfolios, Sri Pallam Raju of AP was made human resource development (HRD) minister in place of Sri Kapil Sibal, who was left only with communication and IT.
Ministry of "Communications & Information Technology" :
Cabinet Minister : Sri KAPIL SIBAL
State Minister : Smt Killi. Krupa Rani (M.P of Srikakulam A.P State)
The portfolios of newly-inducted and reshuffled ministers are asfollows:
CABINET MINISTERS K. Rahman Khan - Minority Affairs Dinsha J. Patel - Mines Ajay Maken - Housing & Urban Poverty Alleviation M.M. Pallam Raju - Human Resource Development Ashwani Kumar - Law & Justice Harish Rawat - Water Resources Chandresh Kumari Katoch - Culture M. Veerappa Moily - Petroleum & Natural Gas S. Jaipal Reddy - Science & Technology and Earth Sciences Kamal Nath - Urban Development & Parliamentary Affairs Vayalar Ravi - Overseas Indian Affairs Kapil Sibal - Communications & Information Technology C.P. Joshi - Road Transport & Highways Kumari Selja - Social Justice & Empowerment Pawan Kumar Bansal - Railways Salman Khursheed - External Affairs Jairam Ramesh - Rural Development
MINISTERS OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE) Manish Tewari - Information & Broadcasting K. Chiranjeevi - Tourism Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia - Power K.H. Muniappa - Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises Bharatsinh Madhavsinh Solanki - Drinking Water & Sanitation Sachin Pilot - Corporate Affairs Jitendra Singh - Youth Affairs & Sports MINISTERS OF STATE Shashi Tharoor - Human Resource Development Kodikunnil Suresh - Labour & Employment Tariq Anwar - Agriculture & Food Processing Industries K. J. Surya Prakash Reddy - Railways Ranee Narah - Tribal Affairs Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury - Railways Abu Hasem Khan Choudhury - Health & Family Welfare Sarvey Sathyanarayana - Road Transport & Highways Ninong Ering - Minority Affairs Deepa Dasmunsi - Urban Development Porika Balram Naik - Social Justice & Empowerment Kruparani Killi - Communications & Information Technology Lalchand Kataria - Defence E. Ahamed - External Affairs D. Purandeswari - Commerce & Industry Jitin Prasada - Defence & Human Resource Development S. Jagathrakshakan - New & Renewable Energy R.P.N. Singh - Home Affairs K.C. Venugopal - Civil Aviation Rajeev Shukla - Parliamentary Affairs & Planning