Saturday, May 30, 2009

List of UPA Ministers and Breakup state-wise

This is the today's stand. In the political arena it will change everyday.

TAMIL NADU-10

MAHARASTRA -9

WEST BENGAL -8
KERALA -6
KARNATAKA -6.

MP -5
ANDHRA-4

RAJASTHAN-4
UP-4

DELHI -3
GUJARAT -3

PUNJAB-3

HIMACHAL PRADESH -2
JAMMU AND KASHMIR -2
MEGHALAYA-2

ASSAM -1
BIHAR -1
CHANDIGARH -1
HARYANA -1
ORISSA -1
PONDICHERRY-1
UTTARAKHAND-1

JHARKAND -1

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UNION MINISTERS:

Manmohan Singh  Prime Minister
Pranab Mukherjee  Finance
Sharad Pawar Agriculture, Food and Civil Supplies,
Consumer Affairs and Public Distribution
A K Antony  Defence
P. Chidambaram  Home Affairs
Mamata Banerjee  Railways
S M Krishna  External Affairs
Ghulam Nabi Azad  Health and Family Welfare
Kapil Sibal  Human Resource Development
Veerappa Moily  Law and Justice
Ambika Soni  Information and Broadcasting
Anand Sharma  Commerce and Industry
S Jaipal Reddy  Urban Development
Murli Deora  Petroleum and Natural Gas
Kumari Selja  Housing, Urban and Poverty Alleviation,
Tourism
Sushil Kumar Shinde  Power
Vilasrao Deshmukh  Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises.
Kamal Nath  Surface Transport and Highways
Virbhadra Singh  Steel
A Raja  IT and Communication
Dayanidhi Maran  Textiles
Meira Kumar  Water Resources
C P Joshi  Rural Development and Panchayati Raj
M S Gill  Youth Affairs and Sports
M Azhagiri  Chemicals and Fertilizers
Mallikarjun Kharge  Labour and Employment
Farooq Abdullah  New and Renewable Energy.
Subodh Kant Sahay  Food Processing Industries
G K Vasan  Shipping
Pawan Kumar Bansal  Parliamentary Affairs
Vyalar Ravi  Overseas Indian Affairs
B K Handique  Mines, Development of North-Eastern
Region
Mukul Wasnik  Social Justice and Empowerment
Kantilal Bhuria
 Tribal Affairs

MINISTERS OF STATE (INDEPENDENT CHARGE)

Praful Patel  Civil Aviation
Prithviraj Chavan  Science and Technology; Earth
Sciences and MoS in the PMO; Personnel,
Public Grievances and Pensions and
Parliamentary Affairs.
Sriprakash Jaiswal  Coal; Statistics and Programme
Implementation
Salman Khursheed  Corporate Affairs; Minority Affairs
Dinsha J Patel  Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
Krishna Tirath  Women and Child Development
Jairam Ramesh  Environment and Forests

 

MINISTERS OF STATE

Mahadev S Khandela  Road Transport and Highways
Dinesh Tri   Health and Family Welfare
Sisir Adhikari  Rural Development
Sultan Ahmed  Tourism
Mukul Roy  Shipping
Mohan Jatua  Information and Broadcasting
D Napoleon  Social Justice and Empowerment
Dr S Jagathrakshakan  Information and Broadcasting
S Gandhiselvan  Health and Family Welfare
Tusharbhai Chaudhary  Tribal Affairs
Sachin Pilot  Communications and IT
Arun Yadav  Youth Affairs and Sports
Pratik Patil  Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
R P N Singh  Road Transport and Highways
Shashi Tharoor  External Affairs
Vincent Pala  Water Resources
Pradeep Jain  Rural Development
Agatha Sangma  Rural Development
Ajay Maken  Home Affairs
Jitin Prasada Petroleum and Natural Gas
E. Ahamed  Railways
Srikant Jena  Chemicals and Fertilizers
Mullappally Ramachandran  Home Affairs
V Narayansamy  Planning, Parliamentary Affairs
Jyotiraditya Scindia  Commerce and Industry
D Purandeswari  Human Resource Development
K H Muniyappa  Railways
Panabaka Lakshmi  Textiles
Namo Narain Meena  Finance
M M. Pallam Raju  Defence
Saugata Ray  Urban Development
SS Palanimanickam  Finance
A Sai Prathap; Steel  
Preneet Kaur  External Affairs
Gurudas Kamath  IT and Communications
Harish Rawat  Labour and Employment
K V Thomas  Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food
and Public Distribution

Source: Times of India

Age Analysis of the Ministry

* The average age of the 33 Cabinet colleagues has come down to 63 years as against 66 years just a year ago.
* The average age of the seven ministers of state with independent charge is around 59 years and that of the 38 ministers of state is 53 years.
* Foreign minister S M Krishna and the PM himself are among the oldest in the Cabinet at 77 and 76, respectively. Agatha Sangma, daughter of former Speaker and NCP leader PA Sangma, is the youngest member of the council of ministers, being just 28 years old.
* There are 10 septuagenarians in the ministry and almost an equal number approaching 70. While five of the ministers are in their 30s and a dozen in their 40s, most of the ministers are in the age group of 50-60.
* The seven ministers of state with independent charge with Dinsha Patel, Sriprakash Jaiswal and Prithviraj Chauhan in their 60s have actually pushed the average of the group to 59 years as against 55 years in the previous government.
* Early last year, Singh had expanded his ministry inducting "young blood" into the government. Then, the average age of his council of ministers had fallen by 3/4th of a year to 60 years. * The average age of the ministry now stands at 57 years.
* In the last ministry, the youthful faces included 37-year-old Jyotiraditya Scindia and 34-year-old Jitin Prasada. This time, however, there are many more additions with 28-year-old Agatha Sangma leading the younger brigade. Sachin Pilot (31), Arvind Yadav (35) and Prateek P Patil (36) are the other new additions. But only six of the 79 members of the council of ministers are below 40.

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