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Ravi Pipal
Secundrabad, India

Born in Aligarh (UP) and educated in Delhi and Bangalore, Ravi Pipal is presently with Indian Railways as a member of Indian Railways Personnel Service - a service of Indian Admin Service (allied). He is senior Joint Secretary to Govt of India, last he held the post of Chief Personnel Officer, South Central Railway. A keen blogger, he has following websites:

1. http://vyangduniya.blogspot.in/
2. http://ravikikavitayen.blogspot.in/
3. http://romanceofrailways.blogspot.in/

To his credit are the books:


Sipi Moti Bhari,
Pankhuriyan Gulab Ki,
Os Ki Bundein,
Sunehri Dhoop Ki Chhaon Tale,
Meri 101 kavtayen


Miss Rishwat,
Tihar club, 
Bald is beautiful,
Mera Bharat Mahaan,
Mere 51 vyang,
My India Great Indeed.

General :

GATT -- a critical analysis
Railway Establishment Rules
Ek baar ki baat hai
Did you know
Benefits under Pay Commission & Settlement Dues

He has been a recepient of The Millennium award for his works in Hindi.

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