Saturday, September 29, 2012


General secretary program. 

29/09/2012 & 30/09/2012, 01/10/2012 in Delhi Attend National postal policy 2012. 
meeting in Dak Bhavan.                                                                                                                       

02/10/2012 in jaypur. (rajastan circle )                                                                                                    

03 and 04/10/2012 in Delhi. Attend procurement of bicycles for postmen meeting-reg O/O Sr.Manager.MMS.Naraina new Delhi-110028                                                                                                            

05/10/2012 to 08/10/2012 Jharkhand attend P4.p3 circle confranac

 09/10/2012 inmumbai

Orders issued for 72% DA w.e.f 1st July’ 12

Postal Workers on Strike in Brazil

Brazilian postal workers voted to strike last week (w/c 17 Sept.) after negotiations broke down between their union federation, FENTECT and the Brazilian post office, Empresa Brasileira e Telgrafos (ECT), known as Correios.
Negotiations had been ongoing since July before impasse was reached. The union's demands included starting wage increases to reflect the growth in Correios and to offset inflation, the hiring of 30,000 more staff, and an end to the outsourcing of postal work.
The union estimated at least 100,000 workers from at least twenty-six of FENTECT's unions walked out last week after ECT ceased bargaining. The dispute was referred to a mediator from the Superior Labor Court who offered a proposed settlement on Thursday. FENTECT reports that it was prepared to accept the mediator's proposal, but Correios rejected the deal.

FENTECT has said that strikes may continue through this week as it seeks to reach a negotiated agreement. On Monday, 24 September, thousands of FENTECT members demonstrated in front of ECT headquarters in Brasilia. A second mediation hearing is scheduled for Tuesday 25 September. Correios, for its part, has demanded and received a partial injunction which subjects the union to steep fines if fewer than 40% of staff attend work.

Instructions regarding date of birth/age of family pensioners

Mumbai GPO is biggest post office in the country.

The General Post Office is modelled on the Gol Gumbaz in Bijapur, Karnataka. It was designed by British architect John Begg, a consultant architect to the British government. Begg designed the structure in 1902, and construction began on 1 September 1904. It was completed on 13th March 1913 at a cost of Rs. 1,809,000. Black basalt, with a dressing of yellow Kurla stone and white stones from Dhrangdra are the predominant materials used.The building has an area of 120,000 square feet (11,000 m²) and replaced the current Central Telegraph Office at Flora Fountain as the new GPO. The chief feature of the architecture of this building is an ethereal central hall which rises up to the great dome. As the chief post office of the city, the post office handles huge volumes of mail and passes them on to other post offices in the city. The GPO has the Postal Index Number (PIN) 400 001. This GPO is having 101 counters. It also has a international philately section for enthusiasts.

Health Benefits of Walking

Did you know that walking not only helps you to lose weight but also prevent diabetes and breast cancer? Read on to know the health benefits of walking. 

Walking is said to be a great exercise which has proven to be an excellent fat burner. If you walk at a steady pace for 30 to 45 minutes at least six days a week along with a healthy diet, you will gradually witness a change in your weight. 

There are several benefits of walking. Some of them are as follows- 

Walking regularly at a good speed improves your muscle strength and endurance and also helps build stamina.

It is good for your heart. Walking is known to reduce your blood pressure, improve your blood circulation and all round cardio vascular functions. 

Walking is said to be good for your bones. It is a great way to strengthen your bones. 

Walking about 30 minutes a day increases your bone density and slows down bone loss in your legs. This low-impact exercise is also said to target your spine, legs and hips. 

It promotes mental well-being. Known as a great stress-buster, if you walk outdoors, the combination of fresh air and exercise is an excellent way to boost your morale and mood. 

Helps prevent type 2 diabetes. Studies have revealed that walking approximately 150 minutes per week can reduce the risk of diabetes. 

Reduces the risk of colon and breast cancer

Last but not the least, walking is said to be safer than running. Fitness experts are of the opinion that walking is better for your knees and joints as compared to running. It leads to fewer injuries and is said to be a good beginner workout. 

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Amendment to GPF (Central Service) Rules 1960 - Notification

Friday, September 28, 2012


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