Friday, May 29, 2015

Preliminary Reception Committee constituted for 2nd AIC of GDS (NFPE) Scheduled to be held in Shimla Himachal Pradesh 19-20 Sept.2015

                   2nd All India Conference of GDS (NFPE) Union is scheduled to be held in Shimla Himachal Pradesh on 19th- 20th Sept. 2015. A meeting of the leaders of all units of NFPE HP was held at Shimla on 24-May-2015 under the chairmanship of Com. Balwinder Singh Secretary Finance AIPEU Gr.C CHQ New Delhi in the benevolent presence of Com. Pandurangarao General Secretary GDS (NFPE) Union and Com. Sita Luxmi General Secretary Postman & MTS Union. 

All leaders from local unit including Com. Virender Sharma Circle Secretary GDS (NFPE) H P Circle, Com. Jagat Ram Circle President P-III H P Circle,  Com. Prem Prakash Mehta Circle Secretary P-IV H P Circle, Com P L Verma Chairman COC HP,  Com. Purshottam Chauhan P-III Divisional Secretary Shimla, Com. Naresh Kumar Asstt. Secretary P-IV Shimla Division, Com. Kamal Kishore Divisional Secretary GDS (NFPE) Shimla, Com. Mukand Lal Divisional Secretary GDS (NFPE) Solan Division, Com. Balwant Singh President GDS (NFPE) Mandi Division were also participated in the meeting. 

Com. K L Gautam G/S COC HP, Com. Kailash Sharma C/S Admin H P, Com Buta Ram D/S GDS (NFPE) Hamirpur, Com. Tipender Thakur D/S GDS (NFPE)  Nahan  were granted  leave.
                   Following reception committee was constituted

1)  President reception committee       Purshottam Chauhan    Div. Secretary P-III Shimla
2)      Vice President                            Prem Prakash Mehta     C/S P-IV & MTS HP
3)      Vice President                           Kailash Sharma                C/S Admin Shimla
4)      General Convener                     Virender Sharma              C/S GDS (NFPE) HP
5)      Convener                              Jagat Ram                   C/President P-III HP                       
6)      Secretary                                    K L Gautam              Gen. Secy. COC HP
7)      Asstt. Secretary                         Kamal Kishore              D/S GDS (NFPE) Shimla
8)      Asstt. Secretary               Roshan Thakur               D/S –P-IV & MTS Shimla)      Asstt. Secretary                                            Naresh Sharma                  Asstt. D/S P-IV & MTS Shimla
10)   Asstt. Secretary                                  N. D. Sharma               C/Secy Pensioners Union HP     
11)   Org. Secretary                                    P L Verma                            Chairman COC HP
12)   Org. Secretary                                     Mukand Lal                         D/S GDS (NFPE) Solan13)   Org. Secretary                           Satish Kumar                      D/S RMS Shimla                               
14)   Org. Secretary                              Balwant Singh           D/S GDS (NFPE) Sunder Nagar
15)   Org. Secretary                         M C Sharma                    C/President P-IV H P16)   Org. Secretary                                         Buta Ram                             D/S GDS (NFPE) Hamirpur
17)   Org. Secretary                             Tipender Thakur               D/S GDS (NFPE) Nahan

Members  :: Om Prakash GDS, Pradeep GDS, Krishan Lal GDS, Rajinder Singh GDS, Lokinder Sarta GDS, Kamlesh GDS

Purshottam Chauhan

Venue of the 2nd All India Conference of GDS (NFPE) Union

Sood Sabha, Shimla Shree Ram Mandir Complex Ram Bazar Shimla - 171001

Maximising the post office



Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Delhi Circle working Committee Meeting on 23-5-2015 

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Dearness Relief from Jan-2015 Order issued for CPF beneficiaries in receipt of Ex-gratia paymentCLICK HERE FOR DETAILS

Directory of Non-Statutory Departmental Canteens/Tiffin Rooms located in Central Government Offices in India-reg. (Click the link below for details)
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
(Department of Personnel & Training)
New Delhi, 25th May, 2015
Subject: Pay fixation of direct recruit Assistants appointed after 1.1.2006- Stepping up of pay of DRs with reference to the pay of junior promotee Assistants- Clarification regarding.
The undersigned is directed to draw attention to the issue of stepping up of pay of direct recruit Assistants, appointed on or after 1.1.2006 at par with the pay of the UDCs promoted and appointed to the post of Assistant between 1.1.2006 to 31.8.2008 whose pay has been fixed in terms of para 2(c) of Department of Expenditure’s U.0. No.10/ 1/2009-IC dated 14.12.2009.
2. The matter has been examined in this Department in consultation with the Department of Expenditure and they are of the view that as per the CCS (RP) Rules, 2008, the stepping up of pay is allowed if the anomaly in pay, if at all arising, is a direct outcome of fixation of pay in the revised pay scale from the pre-revised scale to the effect that the senior who was drawing higher pay in the pre-revised scale, starts drawing lower pay in the revised scale. However, in the case of direct recruit Assistants appointed on or after 1.1.2006, the direct recruits never drew the pre-revised pay prior to 1.1.2006. Further, Department of Expenditure’s U.O. dated 14.12.2009 relates to fixation of pay in revised scale from pre-revised scale of pay.
3. All the Ministries/Departments are therefore advised to review all the cases wherein stepping up of pay has been allowed to direct recruit Assistants appointed on or after 1.1.2006 with reference to the pay of their junior promotee Assistants. The pay fixation in revised pay structure of such direct recruit Assistants be revised immediately and action be initiated for effecting recoveries of excess payments, if any, as per extant instructions.
(Parminder Singh)
Under Secretary to the Government of India

Source : http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02csd/Reconvery.pdf

MPs demand salary hike

 The Joint Committee on Salaries and Allowances of Members of Parliament, meeting here on Wednesday, will consider a memorandum signed by 40 MPs cutting across party ines seeking an enhancement of all emoluments.The MPs want their salaries to be at least on a par with that of Secretaries to the Government of India.
The last pay hike for MPs was in 2008. That year, the memorandum says, 
 the salary of MPs was fixed at Rs. 1,10,000 (Rs. 50,000 as pay,
 Rs. 45,000 as constituency allowance and Rs. 15,000 as office allowance),
at a time when a Secretary received a salary of Rs. 80,000. Now, thanks to inflation,
the dearness allowance (DA) of a Secretary has climbed to Rs. 90,000,
 meaning that the salary plus DA is now Rs. 1,70,000.

The MPs, pointing out that the only salaries paid by the government that do not have a
 DA component are those paid to MPs,
 have therefore made two requests: one, that their salaries be re-fixed keeping in mind
 the present price index; and two,that a provision be made for DA. 
The MPs have also sought an enhancement of the allowances for those on their staff,
with the inclusion of a DA component.
They have requested that each MP be assigned three PAs,
 one in Delhi and two in the constituency.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015


The National Convention Calls upon the Central Trade Unions All India General Strike on 2nd September, 2015.  

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Constitution of Inter Ministerial Committee to hold discussion with representatives of Central Trade Unions on 10 point charter of demands and other issues.
Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment
26-May-2015 11:48 IST

            The Government has decided to constitute following Inter Ministerial committee to hold threadbare discussions with representatives of Central Trade Unions on 10 point charter of demands and other issues being raised by them and for recommending measures to address those issues:-

1.Shri Arun Jaitley, Finance Minister
2.Shri Bandaru Dattatreya, Minister of State(I/C) for Labour&Employment
3.Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of State(I/C) for Petroleum&NaturalGas
4.Shri Piyush Goyal, Minister of State(I/C) for Power
5.Dr.Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office

            The Secretarial assistance to this committee will be provided by the Ministry of Labour & Employment.Ministry of Labour and Employment Government of India New Delhi:  May 26, 2015    Source: PIB

Monday, May 25, 2015


Father of Comrade R.N. Dhal, Ex. Circle Secretary All India RMS & MMS Employees Union Group-C Odisha Circle expired on 22 May 2015 due to Heat Stroke. He was 83 years old. R-III CHQ conveys its heartfelt condolences to Comrade R.N. Dhal and his bereaved family members.

Assam and NE NFPE Leaders' meeting with 7 CPC at Shillong

 Assam and NE NFPE leaders submitting Memorandum to the Hon'ble Chairman Justice (Retd) A K Mathur at Pine Wood Hotel, Shillong on 11th May, 2015 on NE Region's postal employees' specific issues.

Uttar Pradesh Post Office Recruitment 2015, 932 Vacancies, Uttar Pradesh Post Office Jobs 2015

Government of India, Ministry of Communications & IT, Department of Posts, Uttar Pradesh Postal Circle has invited applications for the recruitment of 932 Postman, Mail Guard, MTS( Administrative Office & Subordinate Office) vacancies. Interested and eligible candidates may apply online from June 1, 4 pm to June 30 by 11.59 pm or offline on or before June 30.
Post details:

Name and number of posts:
Postman: 602

Mail Guard: 20
MTS (Administrative Office): 42
MTS (Subordinate Office): 268

Educational qualification:  
For Postman and Mail Guard posts:  The candidates should have passed Matriculation from recognised board.
For MTS posts: Candidates must have passed Matriculation or equivalent or ITI from recognised Boards.
Age limit: The candidates' age should be between 18 to 27 years as on June 30. Age relaxation is applicable for 5 years for SC/ST category, 3 years for OBC and Government Servants up to 40 years in accordance with Government rule.
Selection process: Candidates will be selected based on their performance in an aptitude test.
Application fee: Candidates have to pay Rs 500 (OC/OBC candidates) and Rs 100 (SC/ST/PH/Women candidates).
How to applyThe OMR application form will be available at Post Offices of UP Circle from June 1 to June 30. The eligible candidates may apply online through the official website of India Posts www.indiapost.gov.in or send their application along with OMRapplication form number, photocopy of e-payment receipt and examination fee. Candidates must mention in bold letters on the cover of the envelope "Application for the post of MTS in Administrative Offices or Application for the Post of MTS in Subordinate Offices or Application for the Post of Postman or Application for the Post of Mail Guard". The letter should be mailed through speed post/registered post to 'The Direct Recruitment Cell, Office of the Chief Postmaster General, Uttar Pradesh Circle, Lucknow-226001' on or before June 30.
Important dates:

Starting date for submission of online applications: June 4 at 4 pm
Last date for submission of online application: June 30 till 11.59 pm
Last date for receipt of applications: June 30
Last date for payment of fee: July 3

Source: http://indiatoday.intoday.in/education/story/uttar-pradesh-postal-circle/1/439784.html
The DoP has plans to set up Post Bank of India under payments bank licence. The Reserve Bank of India has already issued licensing norms for niche banks - payments banks and small banks.

There will be no job losses during transformation of the Department of Posts, Communications and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad assured Friday. "I assure all employees that no one will lose their job during the transformation of Department of Post.

There is a need for capacity building," Prasad tweeted while sharing highlights of his address to circle heads of Department of Posts.

The Minister has been asking postal employees to transform themselves and help in transformation of post offices. "Computerisation of all Post Offices must be completed soon.

This is my priority and I will personally monitor the progress of this work," he tweeted. The minister said that proposed Post Bank of India will be a game changer for the department as it will take financial inclusion to a new level. "Post offices must gear up for this," he said.

The DoP has plans to set up Post Bank of India under payments bank licence. The Reserve Bank of India has already issued licensing norms for niche banks - payments banks and small banks.

Prasad said that DoP officers should reach out to eCommerce companies and offer them logistics services. "eCommerce is a great opportunity. India Post must use this opportunity to take eCommerce to the every corner of India," Prasad said.

India Post has launched a mobile application and an e-commerce centre at Safdarjang, New Delhi, that will handle e-retailing exclusively. The centre is capable of handling 30,000 parcels per day. Online retail players such as Amazon, Paytm and Snapdeal are using the Postal Department's services for their parcels.

He said that post offices in rural India must also improve their facilities and improve their visibility by placing sign boards so that people can locate it easily.

"Department of Post has to play a bigger & more active role in transformation of India. No other govt agency has such deep understanding of India," Prasad tweeted.

Source: PTI, Courtesy : http://www.moneycontrol.com/

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Meeting of the National Anomaly Committee (NAC)



No. RCC (P)/Assam & NE/7th CPC Memorandum                                         Dated 11/05/2015

            The Hon’ble Chairman
            7th Central Pay Commission
            Camp at Shillong

Subject: - Memorandum on Assam and North Eastern Region Issues.

Respected Sir,

On behalf of the Regional Co-ordination Committee of Postal Employees Unions comprising all the Circle Units of Assam and NE Circles of the Postal, RMS&MMS unions affiliated to National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) we like to submit before the 7 CPC the following issues specific to North Eastern Region including Assam for careful consideration and positive recommendation.

We, the National Federation of Postal Employees (NFPE) represent more than 98% of 17000 odd regular Postal, RMS, MMS and GDS employees working in Assam and NE Circles of the Department of Posts. Geographically the North Eastern Region is encompassed by international borders except being connected by a very small corridor to rest of the country. Almost 90% of the areas under NE Region spread over to hazardous hilly tracks and dense forests. Most of the areas are terrorist affected and normal life is a distant dream for common peace loving people. Even after 67 years of independence there was no rail connectivity to the state capitals of NE Region except Guwahati in Assam. Only a few months back, the state capitals of Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh were fortunate enough to have a rail connectivity, that too with a mere obsolete Metre Gauge connection to Agartala. Even today, there is no double railway line in the region resulting in snail pace momentum of the trains in the region. NE Region cannot dream of electric railway line at a time when elsewhere in the country bullet trains are going to be a reality. Four-lining of the Highways has almost lost its direction in the region. Naturally the movement of Goods and Services has become dearer and dearer resulting in higher cost of living in comparison to other parts of the country.

During the last decade or so, the North Eastern region could not attract even 1% of Total Investment of India, whether it is private or public.  Banking expansion and Credit-Deposit Ratio in the region is far below the all India average (1.81% against all India average of 2.45%). Per capita availability of electricity in the region is only 153 KW against an all India average of 879 KW. Investment plus CDR is only -0.24% against all India average of 4.25%. Consequently there is no industrial development; almost nil public investment and rise in unemployment is alarming in the region.

In a nutshell, this region is far behind the other parts of the country in respect of development as well as access to government and public services. Facing all these odds, our employees are serving the people day and night even in the most difficult terrains of the hilly tracks of the region.

Under these circumstances while endorsing the Common Memorandum submitted by theNational Council Staff Side, JCM and Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers on general issues of the Central Government employees and NFPE-FNPO Joint Memorandum on Postal Employees common issues, we hereby submit the following issues specific to North Eastern Region including Assam for careful consideration and positive recommendation.

Special Duty Allowance

            (a) We fully endorse the views expressed in the common Memorandum submitted by both the National Council Staff Side JCM and also the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers.
            In view of the peculiar circumstances still prevailing, rather the increasing hazardous situation and regional disparities as explained in our para 2-4 above, we also reiterate that in consideration of such peculiar situation prevailing in the North Eastern States i.e insurgency, high cost of living, inaccessibility etc .and continued discontents amongst the CG employees working in this region , the staff side in the National Council raised the demand for a special allowance to be granted to employees posted in North Eastern States. The Government agreed to set up a committee to look into the grievances. The committee suggested for grant of such an allowance. However, when the Government issued orders, the allowance was in fact granted only to those personnel with an all India transfer liability or only for Officers in Group A services. The said decision generated resentment amongst the other segment of employees. The North Easter region witnessed tumultuous agitations including a 38 days continuous strike by the postal employees, the longest ever strike of the government employees in the country. Some employees approached the Court and obtained favourable orders. But the Government refused to implement those court orders for similarly placed employees.
The matter was brought before the 6th CPC. The 6th CPC recommended extension of the said benefit to all sections of the employees. Ultimately the Government issued orders to cover all employees with the special duty allowance in 2008 by which all personnel posted in N E Region become entitled for special duty allowance at 12.5%.
But on 10th February, 2009, the Government suo moto issued an O.M (F.No.14017/4/2005 AIS(11) according to which an additional monetary incentive to officers belonging to North East Cadres of the All India Services @ 25% of their basic pay + Grade Pay was granted. The additional monetary incentive was given the nomenclature “Special allowance for Officers belonging to North East Cadres of all India Services”. If the grant of the allowance is justified on the ground of remoteness, arduous environment, endemic insurgency etc, how then it could be denied to the employees who are to face the same situation throughout their service career. The order is discriminatory and repetition of the efforts of DOPT while granting SDA earlier, which had to be rescinded on the recommendation of 6th CPC. We request the 7th CPC to recommend that in the light of the above cited order dated 10-2-2009 the employees may be granted Special Duty Allowance @ 37 ½ % of pay.

(b) We further request the Commission to consider the fact that SDA was being paid to the postal employees from 01-11-1983 as result of court verdicts and agitations. But suddenly the same was stopped wef 01-06-2002 without any valid reason causing further accumulation of resentment, that was somewhat diluted when the 6th CPC regularized wef 01-09-2008. But recently All India Radio Directorate has issued an order vide its Memo No 15(8)2008-A&G Dated 30/31 March, 2015 to pay the arrear up to 31-08-2008 in respect of its employees similarly placed with the Postal Employees.(copy enclosed)
We, therefore, request the Commission to recommend in favour of ending this discrimination by paying the entire arrear  upto 31-08-2008 in respect of postal employees also.
Compensatory City allowance
We fully endorse the views expressed by the Confederation in para 15.3 in its Memorandum in respect of admissibility CCA.
We further reiterate that 
“There is a condition that CCA is not admissible in respect of the cities in the regions where employees are getting Special Compensatory Allowance (SCA) in the entire region. The restriction that two compensatory allowances (CCA and SCA) are not admissible at a time should be withdrawn considering the fact that cost of living in the cities in the regions is higher than the suburban and the rural areas. That means, CCA should be admissible the cities in addition to SCA which is admissible for whole of the region.”
Transport allowance.

We fully endorse the views expressed in the common Memorandum submitted by both the National Council Staff Side JCM and also the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers as under:

The 5th CPC had introduced transport allowance for employees working in classified towns on account of various factors like unprecedented growth of city limits, increase in volume of traffic and non availability of residential accommodation at reasonable rents near offices, which are usually located in the heart of cities. If these were the factors it appears that the 5th CPC did not take into account that it is usually a low paid employee who finds residence at a very long distance from his office whereas officers are offered residences very near to their offices. If, therefore, transport allowance was meant to defray the transportation charges from residence to office and back the higher rates should have been recommended for the low paid employees who were residing at a distant places. Since the 6th CPC’s recommendation in this regard was implemented, there had been several rounds of increase in the fuel charges making a cascading impact on the public transport fares. Taking these factors into account, we suggest that the following rates of transport allowance may please be recommended.

Pay Range                    X classified city             Other places.
Pay upto Rs. 75,000      Rs. 7500 + DA Rs.         3750 +DA
Above Rs. 75,000          Rs. 6500 +DA    Rs. 3500+ DA
Considering the communication bottleneck still prevailing in the region as explained in our para 2-4 above, we request the Commission to recommend Transport allowance in respect of all places of North Eastern Region at par with an uniform rate of X classified cities.
Additional Monetary Incentive for Personnel Posted in N E Region

In accordance with the MOF/DOE OM No 20014/3/83-E.IV Dated 14th Dec,   1983 Paragraph IX and reiterated from time to time the employees transferred to NE Region  from other parts of the country and also transferred within the region are enjoying the benefits of Double HRA and Hostel Subsidy etc whereas these are denied to the local employees in respect of transfer from one state to another.

We therefore request the Commission to recommend extension of same facilities to the local employees of the region in respect of inter-state transfer also.

Rent Free Accommodation

Often, the employees are asked to be stationed at remote/inhospitable areas for operational purposes. They are not provided with any facility. We suggest that they must at least be provided with rent free residential accommodation, for it is difficult for them to get any residential accommodation in view of the peculiar situation as described in para 2-4 above.

Leave Travel Concession

Leave Travel Concession is a facility extended to the Government employees, which enables them to avail holidays and undertake travel as a tourist . The facility provides him with an opportunity to be away from the monotonous daily routine and be with his family members without the tension of the official duties. It is an established fact that if employee is encouraged to take such holidays they will reform rejuvenated and the employer is benefitted through his increased productivity.
Over the years, on representation from employees, the concession has been widened. However, some aspects of this facility require certain further relaxations/improvements. We enumerate those as under:-
1. Permission for air journey for all categories of employees to and from NE Region.
2. Permission for personnel posted in NE Region for a journey within NE Region.
3. To increase the periodicity of the LTC to once in two years.
4. Explore the possibility of allowing an employer to undertake tour outside India, once in his service career in lieu of the LTC.

We further request the 7th CPC to consider recommending our suggestions for improvements to the Government.

1.     Home town conversion facility should be made available to all irrespective of whether home town is in the HQ station or outside the HQ station.
2.     LTC by air should be made available to all employees working in the NE Region irrespective of whether it is Home Town or All India LTC.
3.     LTC by air should be provided all over India after reaching certain scale of pay.

Medical Facilities [CGHS/CS(MA) Rules]

We fully endorse the views expressed by the Confederation in para 16.10 in its Memorandum in respect of medical facilities under CGHS and CS (MA) Rules.
Considering the serious transport bottleneck in the NE Region and due to lack of proper medical facilities in the NE Region, Air Lifting Facilities should be provided to referred medical cases of NE Region in and outside the region.

Grameen Dak Sewaks (GDS)

(a) We fully endorse the following views expressed in in the common Memorandum submitted by both the National Council Staff Side JCM and also the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers in respect of inclusion GDS in the 7 CPC and also consideration of their causes by the 7 CPC .

“We solicit the kind reference of the 7th CPC to the observation made by the 4th CPC in Page No.4 Part-I, Vol-I of their report, which is reproduced for ready reference:

“The matter is however beyond controversy after the decision of Supreme Court in Gokulananda Das Case (1957 1SCR679) where it has been declared that an extra Departmental labour is not a casual worker but “holds a post under the administrative control of the state” and that while such a post is outside the regular civil services, there is no doubt that it is a post under the “state”. In view of the pronouncement, we were unable to accept the contention that the Extra Departmental Employees were outside the purview of the terms of our Commission. They no doubt have their own peculiar conditions of their own service and in that sense their case is somewhat special. We therefore could not exclude them from our consideration, but we accepted the Government suggestion for the setting up of a one man committee to look into their conditions of service as was done in the 2nd and 3rd Pay Commission. Accordingly, a one man’s Committee under Shri R.R. Savoor was set up vide DGPNT’s Resolution No. 6/29/83 PA.II dated 5.11.1984.”

The argument advanced by the Postal Department that they are outside the civil service except for the purpose of CCS(CCA) Rules (disciplinary purposes) is untenable. That being so, the Gramin Dak Sevaks deserve to be in the purview of the 7th CPC terms of reference. The experiment of getting their wages revised through a one man Committee in the past had resulted in a total deprivation of all benefits other than pay which as civil servants all employees of the Government of India have been bestowed.

The organizations in the Postal Department who represent the Gramin Dak Sevaks will be submitting an elaborate memorandum containing the proposal for wage revision, revision of the existing benefits and allowances including grant of pensionery benefits for GDS. We request the 7th CPC to consider their memorandum and make appropriate recommendations. We also request that the Commission not to agree with the probable suggestion of the Government to set up a separate committee as was done earlier.”

We, therefore, request the Commission to consider the Memorandum submitted by All India Postal Employees Union, GDS (NFPE) and to recommend favourably to the Government to improve the living conditions of lowest paid employees of the Department of Posts.

(b)  We also request the Commission to bring the GDS employees of this region at par with other postal employees in respect Special Duty Allowance, CCA, Transport allowance, LTC, Medical facilities etc.

With regards,

Yours faithfully
    D. K. Debnath            Garga Talukdar              Saifur Zaman               Pankaz Kr Das
   Convenor RCC             CS R III Assam             CS P III Assam   CS Admin Union Assam

Biditmoy Barman       Moinul Haque          Intazur Rahman                   Pankaj Bharali
 CS SBCO Assam     CS P IV Assam          CS R IV Assam                CSGD (NFPE)Assam

Ramani Bhattacharyya  B K Sharma          Lakhamti Wahlang            Uttam Chanda
    CS P III NE           CS Admin Union NE    CS P IV NE                      CS GDS (NFPE)NE

Article on Speed Post published in the Times of India, Delhi dated 20.05.2015 (Click the link below for details)

Thursday, May 21, 2015