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AI to pay salaries by Oct 31 after pilots warn of stir

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With an impending stir threat by its pilots, Air India is likely to pay the September salaries of its employees in two days and incentives and allowances by November 10, airline sources said today.

Talks were held with banks and financial institutions for working capital loans to arrange the amount for payment of salaries, productivity-linked incentives (PLIs) and flying allowances to the employees including pilots, they said.

Sources also said the management of the cash-strapped airline was making all efforts to pay the dues of the employees very soon, including the salaries by October 31 and PLI and allowances by November 10.

Talks with the banks were initiated after negotiations between executive pilots and their other colleagues in Mumbai over the past few days.

Allotment of DDA flats to commence from next month

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Delhi Development Authority will commence from next month allotment of flats, held up due to allegations of rigging, after a Government agency gave a clean chit to the software used for draw of lots.

The report prepared by the C-DAC, Thiruvananthapuram has not found any evidence of rigging in the software after analysing the hard discs of computers used in draw of lots for alloting nearly 5,000 flats.

The process of issuance of allotment letters will commence in November itself. The persons who fall within the purview of the investigation as mentioned above, will not be issued any allotment letter till the investigating agency clears these cases, the DDA said in a statement.

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CVC disposed of 536 cases in August 2009

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MAJOR PENALTY PROCEEDINGS RECOMMENED AGAINST 68 OFFICERS

The Central Vigilance Commission disposed of 536 cases during August 2009 referred to it for advice. The Commission advised initiations of major penalty proceedings against 106 officers. Of these, 21 were from M/o Railways, 21 from public sector banks, 13 from MCD, 8 from Northern Coalfields Ltd., 5 from Central Coalfields Ltd., 4 each from CBEC, MHA & Ministry of Urban Development, 3 each from P.G. Institute of Medical Education & CBDT, 2 each from D/o Telecommunications, Ministry of Labour and ESIC. The remaining 7 cases pertained to different departments of the Government of India and PSUs.

The Commission also advised imposition of major penalty against 68 officers including 14 from National Aluminum Co. Ltd., 12 each from Central Coalfileds Ltd. & Public Sector Banks, six from Ministry of Railways, 5 each from National Insurance Co. Ltd. & DDA, 2 each from Border Roads Development Board & Central Board of Excise and Customs. Remaining 10 cases pertained to different departments of the Government of India and PSUs.

The Commission launched prosecution against 8 officers. Of these two were from M/o Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, and remaining six from Indian Overseas Bank, Deptt. of Telecommunication, M/o Railways, MHA, CBDT and M/o Labour.

The Commission disposed 739 complaints during the month. Of these, 648 complaints were sent for necessary action/ATR whereas 91 complaints were sent for investigation and report.

On the Commission’s recommendations, the competent authorities issued sanctions for prosecution against 20 officers including 16 from CBEC. Major penalty was imposed on 77 officers. These included 10 from FCI, 9 from Ministry of Railways, 8 from New India Insurance Co. Ltd., 7 each from Public Sector Banks & Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd., 6 each from Department of Telecommunications & ICAR, 5 from Eastern Coalfields Ltd., 3 each from DDA, Council for Development Peoples & CBDT, 2 each from Central Warehousing Corp. Ltd. & Ministry of Water Resources. The remaining 6 cases pertained to different departments of the Government of India and PSUs.

Recoveries to the tune of Rs. 29.15 crore were affected after Commission conducted technical examination of some departments.

Performance of production units during April - September 2009

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Chittranjan Locomotive Works (CLW) produced 81 electric locomotives against the target of 90 electronic locomotives and Diesel Locomotive Works (DLW) produced 132 diesel locomotives against the target of 127 diesel locomotives during April September 2009. Rail Coach Factory (RCF) produced 770 coaches against the target of 770 coaches where as Integral Coach Factory (ICF) produced 635 coaches against the targets of 620 coaches during the same period. Rail Wheel Factory (RWF) produced 95483 wheels and 38630 axles during the same period against the target of 95357 wheels and 309975 axles during April-September 2009.

During the month of September 2009, CLW, DLW, ICF, RCF and RWF have produced 17 electric locomotives, 19 diesel locomotive, 120 coaches, 130 coaches, 14953 wheels and 6283 axles respectively against the target of 21 electric locomotives, 22 diesel locomotive, 105 coaches, 130 coaches, 15578 wheels and 5120 axels.

Railways have realized an amount of Rs. 36.27 crore approximately during the month of September 2009 through ticket checking.

Index Numbers of Wholesale Prices in India (Base: 1993-94=100)

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Review for the week ended 17th October 2009 (25 Asvina, 1931 Saka)

The official Wholesale Price Index for 'All Commodities' (Base: 1993-94 = 100) for the week ended 17th October, 2009 remained unchanged at its previous week’s level of 242.2 (Provisional).

The annual rate of inflation, calculated on point to point basis, stood at 1.51 percent (Provisional) for the week ended 17/10/2009 (over 18/10/2008) as compared to 1.21 percent (Provisional) for the previous week (ended 10/10/2009) and 10.82 percent during the corresponding week (ended18/10/2008) of the previous year.


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