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Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced drastic changes in his Cabinet of Minsiters and Ministers of State today. After all the changes, there were 17 new faces in the Cabinet. It seemed that the UPA was very kind to Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal today. 

Here’s the complete list of all portfolio holders in the new Cabinet.

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


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