|Sri. T G Naik SSPOs Puttur Division, Puttur 574201 He was active member of our association while working in IP / ASP cadre. He had taken the lead in holding the Circle Conference at Davangere.|
Monday, May 30, 2016
New Delhi: Finance Ministry plans to put up the 7th Pay Commission award for cabinet approval by fourth week of June.
7th Pay Commission award is likely to be sent to the Union Cabinet for approval next month, a top Finance Ministry official said on Thursday asked not to be named because he was not authorized to release the information.
“Implementation cell of the 7th Pay Commission met all stakeholders and took their inputs. The Empowered Committee or Secretaries group will be holding discussions internally on the inputs of 7th pay commission recommendations on June 11 and hope to put up the 7th Pay Commission award before cabinet by fourth week of June,” the official said.
The Finance Ministry received huge comments from various stakeholders on 7th pay commission recommendations.
The official also said 7th Pay Commission award for central government employees and pensioners will be implemented within July.
“The Secretaries group now is reviewing the Implementation cell’s observation and the process of 7th Pay Commission award is in the last stage,” he added.
He said Implementation cell in Finance Ministry has already sent its observation on 7th pay commission recommendations after vetting to the Secretaries group.
India TV News Desk [Updated: 30 May 2016, 15:05:38]
New Delhi: The Narendra Modi government will soon launch a new initiative under which Indian post will deliver Gangajal at your door steps.
Addressing a press conference in the capital today, telecom minister Ravi Shankar Prasad said that he has instructed postal department to chalk out a plan to deliver gangajal at people's door stepsby using e-commerce platform.
He said the concerened department has assured him of proactive steps to address the cultural unperniing of people of India about Gangajal.
The Ganga water from Haridwar and Rishhikesh will be made available to the buyers.
The move is also seen as an effort to revive the ailing Indian postal service which has been on downward spiral in last few years.
Source : http://www.indiatvnews.com