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Thursday, March 25, 2010

MEMBERSHIP VERIFICATION RESULT OF MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

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Membership verification reuslt of MOD

DIRECTORATE

AIDEF

INDWF

BPMS

CDRA

  OFB

  26762

  16975

  18311

  9105

  ARMY HQ

  43935

  13748

  11821

  4711

  NAVY

  10341

  7054

  4088

  3805

  AIR FORCE

  3413

  592

  388

  190

  DRDO

  4310

  824

  1249

  988+364(STA)

  DGQA

  1496

  770

  570

  212

  DGQAA

  43

  28

  28

  ---

  DGAFMS

  436

  ---

  18

  ---

  TOTAL

  90735

  39991

  36443

  18053



PERCENTAGE OF VOTES SECURED BY THE THREE FEDERATIONS DURING 2005 AND 2010.

Federation

2005 Percentage

2010 Percentage

AIDEF

54.47%

54.27%

INDWF

24.03%

23.92%

BPMS

21.49%

21.80%



PERCENTAGE OF VOTES SECURED BY THE THREE FEDERATIONS AND CDRA DURING 2005 AND 2010.

Federation

2005 Percentage

2010 Percentage

AIDEF

43.60%

48.98%

INDWF

19.24%

21.59%

BPMS

17.20%

19.67%

CDRA

16.76%

9.74%


Source: CG Staff news

Govt employees can travel first class from April 1

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Govt employees can travel first class from April 1

With signs of economic revival becoming more pronounced, the government has relaxed the austerity drive undertaken last year and from April 1, government employees will be allowed to fly first class.

"The matter has been reviewed and it has been decided that with effect from April 1, 2010, travel on government account by air, both domestic and international may take place by the entitled class," an official statement said.

Last September, in the midst of the global financial crisis, the government had directed its employees not to fly first class on government account, irrespective of their entitlement, and fly economy for all domestic travels.

However, the government has not relaxed the austerity directive in case of Leave Travel Concession (LTC).

"...austerity measures will remain in place for travel by air (where admissible) on LTC, which would continue to be restricted to economy class irrespective of the entitlement," the Finance Ministry statement said.

The Indian economy slowed down in 2008-09 after being hit by the global financial crisis triggered by the collapse of US investment bank Lehman Brothers and other Wall Street titans beginning September 2008.

The country grew at a subdued rate of 6.7 per cent in 2008-09 after growing at around 9 per cent per annum for the preceding three financial years. In 2009-10, the economy is projected to grow by 7.2 per cent and by 8.5 per cent in 2010-11.

Source: Times of India



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