Sonia Gandhi, Mayawati, Mamta Banerjee and Jayalalitha are in the dirty corrupt politics to increase corruption because they have compulsion to compete each other in politics whatever the shape of politics. Sonia Gandhi beats Mayawati, Mamta Banerjee and Jayalalitha and other all in the race of corruption.
Opposite to this Haritha V Kumar remained busy to compete in IAS and after continuous effort she has become topper in IAS.
In my opinion Haritha V Kumar is doing better service to her country India. Opposite to this the above four female leaders are giving bad name to our great India.
There is another Surinder Singh Singla who was Congress candidate defeated by Navjo Singh Sidhu. The bottom picture showed worshiping of Sonia’s feet by Singla.
All devotees of 10 Jan Path, adding one by one corrupt feather on the shoulders of corrupt Congress.
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When Haritha V Kumar first took the civil services examination, she fell short of 18 marks in clearing the mains. But that didn't dishearten her. Rather it gave her the confidence that she can crack the exams — and realise a childhood dream — if she gave it a small push.
Four years and an equal number of attempts later, the 27-year-old from Kerala on Friday became the topper of the UPSC civil services exam for 2012.
Ask her about how her interview went and she brightens up. "They asked me the four issues that plague India. I told them corruption, poverty, (lack of) women's security and unemployment, particularly of the educated," Haritha told The Indian Express at the National Institute of Customs, Excise and Narcotics in Faridabad where she is currently training as an IRS officer.
"They then asked me to suggest a single solution to tackle the four issues," she said. Her reply was "transparency with the use of ICT (Information Communication Technology)". That, Haritha believes, was among her best answers.
Born and brought up in Thiruvananthapuram, Har-itha completed her schooling from a Malayalam-medium school and then obtained an engineering degree in Electronics and Communication from the Government Engineering College.
She is currently posted as an Indian Revenue Service (IRS) official in Faridabad. This was her fourth attempt in the civil services.
Daughter of Vijaya Kumar and Chitra, Haritha completed her schooling from Neyyatinkara Higher Secondary School.
After a gap of 20 years, Haritha V Kumar brought the glory of gatting first rank to Kerala.
Interestingly, three candidates from Kerala are among the top four of UPSC merit list. Sriram V (Ernakulam) and Alby John Varghese (Moovattupuzha) are other toppers of UPSC civil services exam 2012 from Kerela.
Haritha V Kumar initially did not believe it was true as she thought her friends had played a prank.
"Initially, I could not believe it was true. I thought I was being fooled by my friends who called me over phone to congratulate," Haritha told a Malayalam TV channel from Faridabad.
"I thank my teachers, well-wishers and friends for my success," said Haritha, who hails from Kerala's capital of Thiruvanathapuram.
"This victory is the result of her hard work, dedication and determination. We thank God and all those who have helped her," Haritha's parents said.
An engineering graduate, Haritha chose economics and Malayalam as her main subjects for the civil service.
Early on in her life, she had decided to become an IAS officer though. "I knew I wanted to do this," Haritha said.
After graduating from college in 2007, Haritha started preparing for IAS and opted for Economics and Malayalam as her subjects. "I believe economics is the underlying problem to all issues India is facing. So I wanted to have a deep knowledge of the subject," she said.
In her first attempt in 2009, she fell short of 18 marks from clearing the mains. "I thought when I could come this far with such shabby preparation, I could surely do better with a little more study," said Haritha, who is fond of reading books, particularly Khalil Gibran, and usually watches Malayalam movies.
-“She worked very hard and there is absolutely no substitute for working methodically towards that aim,” said R. Vijayakumar, her father. Beaming, he recollected how the 27-year-old had always harboured an unwavering ambition to join the elite rank of civil service officers. She had even expressed her wish to ultimately work in the rural areas of Wayanad.
Since 3 p.m. when the news broke, the quiet neighbourhood had transformed into a carnival of sorts, said her mother C.S. Chitra.
She said that Haritha’s friends had predicted that she would score high, especially as she had attained ranks even in her earlier three attempts. “She is her mother’s daughter,” quipped Mr. Vijayakumar, adding that once she set her eyes on a goal, nothing could distract her from reaching it. So it was no surprise that friends who knew her well, guessed correctly.
Her mother talked about her impressive repertoire of extra-curricular activities dismissing any assumption that she was the bookish sort, purely into academics. She passed a family album around and in where pages of photographs of a younger Haritha, clad in Bharatanatyam and Mohiniyattom costumes. “She sings beautifully as well,” said Ms. Chitra, adding that Haritha was also elected the ‘children’s president’ at the Children’s Day celebrations of the Kerala State Council for Child Welfare when she was in class VII. Haritha was schooled at the St. Therasa’s Convent, Neyyattinkara.