Indian Police Service (Cadre) Rules 1954

The strength and composition of each of the cadres constituted under rule 3 shall be determined by regulations made by the Central Government in consultation with the State Governments in this behalf and until such regulations are made, shall be as in force immediately before the commencement of these rules.

FUNDAMENTAL RULES Vol – I – Govt of India 1922

The Fundamental Rules apply, subject to the provisions of rule 3, to all Government servants whose pay is debitable to civil estimates in India, and to any other class of Government servants in India to which the Secretary of State in Council may by general or special order declare them to be applicable. In relation to services under its administrative control, other than all-India services a local Government may make rules modifying or replacing any of the Fundamental Rules

Guidelines for Promotion of Indian Administrative Service to Senior Scale and Supertime Scale-2000

It is requested that in the interest of uniformity and objectivity, these instructions may be followed strictly, while granting promotion to the members of the Indian Administrative Service in different grades. Members of the DPCs may also be suitably briefed on these instructions at the time their meetings are held. Should any deviation from any of these guidelines is required to be made in exceptional circumstances, prior approval of the Central Government must be sought.

Ministers Residences Rules 1962

A Minister, other than a Deputy Minister shall be allotted a residence of which the standard rent or if the rents have been pooled, the pooled standard rent calculated in accordance with the provisions of Fundamental Rule 45-A does not, as far as possible exceed Rs.650/- per mensem.