babudom

babudom

(ˈbɑːbuːdəm) or

babuism

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the rule of babus
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Watch him, all Babudom laid aside, smoking at noon on a cot, while a woman with turquoise-studded headgear points south- easterly across the bare grass.
ABOUT: India's babudom is being rated among the worst in Asia.
self- T HE self- styled engineerturned- godman Sant Rampal, who was arrested from his fortified ashram in Barwala, Haryana, in a late- night swoop last week after a two- week standoff, had an uncanny ability to ingratiate himself with the State's political class so much so that even babudom, notorious to put a spoke in the wheel, turned a blind eye to his empire- building activities.
None other than former UP chief secretary and popular babudom expert on channels TSR Subramanian agreed.
Yes, there are over a hundred IIM grads embedded in India's famed babudom at the Centre and states, in the IAS, IFS, IRAS, IRS, and even in the Prime Minister's Office.
The nation was still a heavily protected and closed economy, reeling under babudom and unable to shake off the "hindu" rate of growth.
Filmmakers have condemned bribery and babudom in government offices, but it's time they firmly put their foot down to ensure that the Board plays fair.
That is how Indian Babudom has found the rank as the worst in Asia.
Venkaiah Naidu got more firsthand experience of his very own corner of babudom on Monday when a morning walkthrough of Nirman Bhawan revealed vacant chairs and desolate workstations all around.
Though the Cabinet has met several times, sources said Modi relies mostly on his Team Babudom, thus sticking to a strategy he had adopted as the chief minister of Gujarat.
We need freedom from babudom," CBI counsel Amarendra Sharan told a bench headed by Justice R.
CIC Mishra has used his babudom experience to make RTI more powerful