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........RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE GDS COMMITTEE (2017) REPORT ....IMPLEMENTATION PROCESS STARTED ....... VERIFICATION OF MEMBERSHIP FOR RECOGNITION OF SERVICE ASSOCIATIONS IN GDS CADRE HAS BEEN COMMENCED..........AIPEU GDS (NFPE) SUBMITTED APPLICATION TO THE DIRECTORATE IN THE NAME OF 'AIPEU-GDS' TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ENSUING VERIFICATION................... .......

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Monday, April 24, 2017

27-04-2017 - DHARNA PROGRAMME -- MAKE IT A GRAND SUCCESS

Dated - 21.04.2017

ALL INDIA TRADE UNION EDUCATION CAMP
2017 MAY 6th & 7th (SATURDAY, SUNDAY)
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM – 695001

VENUE :         BTR BHAWAN (Com. P. Balakrishnan Nagar)

PROGRAMME

06.05.2017, SATURDAY

08.30 am      :           Registration
09.30 am      :           Flag hoisting, Homage to martyrs.

10.00 am      :           INAUGURATION & CLASS – I

Welcome     :           Com. P. V. Rajendran, General Secretary, COC, Kerala

Presided by         :  Com. K. K. N. Kutty, National President, Confederation

Inauguration & Class-I :

Com. A. K. Padmanabhan, All India Vice President, CITU.

Subject:  Challenges and Responsibilities in the Trade Union front.

Speech by    :           Com. C. Divakaran, MLA

01.00 pm to 02.00 pm – Lunch Break

02.00 PM     :           CLASS-II

Subject  :  Trade Union and Social issues

Class by      :         Com. M. B. Rajesh, MP
  
04.30 pm      :           CLASS – III & INTERACTIVE SESSION

Subject   :7th CPC related and other issues of central govt. employees – role of Confederation.

Presentation  :       Com. K. K. N. Kutty, President

Chief Executives of major organisations will also participate in the interactive session.

08.00 pm   :        Dinner

07.05.2017, SUNDAY

09.30 am      :           CLASS – IV

Subject        : 25 years of Neo-liberal reforms and Role of Working class

Class by      :    Com. K. Chandran PIllai, Ex-MP

12.30 am      :           CLASS  - V

Subject : Significance of Joint campaign by Central and state Government Employees against NPS and outsourcing.

Class by      :  Com. M. Krishnan, Secretary General, Confederation

02.00 pm      :           Camp Review

02.30 pm             
Vote of thanks by :        Com. V. Sreekumar, State President, COC Kerala




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The postal department should push the envelope on philatelic options

stamps with aroma

For all its convenience and speed, emails cannot transmit fragrances. At least not yet. So it stands to reason that postal departments cash in on this advantage of snail mail, by issuing stamps with aroma. Back in the day, romantic missives would be enhanced by scented paper and pressed flowers. 

No wonder Bhutan, the first country to issue scented stamps 44 years ago, chose rose perfumed ones. India's first such offering was four varieties of jasmine, followed by sandalwood, both of which were apt. Switzerland's chocolate stamp was a no-brainer but it sadly did not offer a taste component. Neither did China's sweet-and-sour pork stamp. As Brazil already debuted a coffee scented stamp in 2001, India's version of the roasted bean stamp — launched last weekend — should have offered this technological advancement. 

Maybe future tea or masala stamps can feature a tasty incentive. 

Austria has brought out stamps with porcelain, embroidered flowers and crystal studs. China, Thailand, Australia and even Luxembourg have issued silk stamps, and many have also gone in for 3D ones depicting everything from revolving trophies to storm systems. 

Using thermochrome ink — so that images change colour when rubbed — is another philately staple. India's postal department should consider putting a more distinctive stamp on its offerings. 


source : ET

FORMATION OF CIRCLE UNIONS OF AIPCPCCWF - ANDHRA PRADESH & TELANGANA

A JOINT GENERAL BODY MEETING OF POSTAL & RMS  CASUAL & CONTINGENT EMPLOYEES UNION (AIPCPCCWF) HAS BEEN HELD IN THE PREMISES OF THE O/O CHIEF POSTMASTER GENERAL, HYDERABAD ON 23rd APRIL 2017.



NEW SET OF ORGNIZING BODY HAS BEEN FORMED FOR BOTH CIRCLES i.e., TELANGANA & ANDHRA PRADESH, UNANIMOUSLY..

Telangana Circle :

President : Com.T.Suresh, Secunderabad Dn.
Secretary: Com.Nagaraju, Hyd City Dn.
Treasurer: Com. Mallesh, Hyd South East Dn.

Andhra Pradesh Circle:

President : Com.Y.Nagabhushanam, 
Secretary: Com.Venkateswararao, Guntur Dn.
Treasurer: Com.Suresh, RMS 'V' Dn.



Com.M.Krishnan, Secretary General, CCGEW programmes in Hyderabad on 22nd & 23rd April 2017

CENTRAL WORKING COMMITTEE MEETING OF AIPCPCCWF - 
Hyderabad -  22nd April 2017, B-1, P&T Quarters, Chikkadapally


Confederation meeting in the evening session on 22nd April 2017
B-1, P&T Quarters, Chikkadapally

  

Telangana Postgal Coordination Committee meeting on 23rd April 2017
    
  


Felicitation to Com.K.Ramachandram, Chairman, Circle Coordination Committee, NFPE, 
former All India President & Circle Secretary AIPAOEU  on his retirement.
 Function held in the premises of o/o Chief Postmaster General, Hyderabad




Friday, April 21, 2017

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Offensive WhatsApp posts can now land group administrator in jail

Think twice before becoming administrator of a group on WhatsApp or Facebook as one is liable for prosecution if any rumour or fake news is circulated on it. 

Social media platforms allow a person to create a group on which members can share views, photographs or videos. 

Concerns have been raised about social media misuse as fake news, morphed photographs and disturbing videos with fabricated local narratives can easily be circulated that can trigger tension and even communal rift in an area. 

In a joint order issued by District Magistrate Yogeshwar Ram Mishra and Senior Superintendent of Police Nitin Tiwari, it has been made clear that any factually incorrect, rumour or misleading information on a social media group could result in an FIR against the group administrator. 

"There are several groups on social media which are named on news groups and also groups with other names which are propagating news and information which is not authentic. These are being forwarded without cross checking," it said. 

Considering this issue, directives are being issued to social media groups, WhatsApp and Facebook group administrators and members, the order said. 

There are over 200 million WhatsApp users in India. 

It directed that social media group administrators should be ready to bear the responsibility and ownership of the groups. 

The administrator must include only those members who are personally known to him or her. 

If any statement is made by a group member which is fake, can cause religious disharmony, or rumour, the group admin must deny it on the group and remove the member from the group, the order said. 

"In the event of inaction from the group admin, he or she will be considered guilty and action will be taken against the group admin," it said.

Such a post must also be reported to the nearest police station so that action can be taken against the member under the law, it said. 

The order, issued yesterday, says while freedom of expression on social media is important, it also comes with a responsibility. 

Varanasi is the Lok Sabha constituency of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. 

The administration has directed that no statement or post which can hurt religious sentiments should be forwarded to any other group or person else legal action will be taken. 

It also directs that case under cyber crime law, Information Technology Act and IPC will be filed in case of violation of these guidelines. 

The order also makes it clear that orders of the Supreme Court and various high courts will be considered while initiating action. 

It needs to be seen how Varanasi police which is facing severe staff crunch implements such an order as WhatsApp and social media are not limited to the boundaries of the district.


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Thursday, April 20, 2017

DoP Reply on Casual Labourers issues

CASUAL LABOURERS OF DEPARTMENT OF POSTS - REPLY GIVEN BY DOP TO COM. M. KRISHNAN, PRESIDENT, ALL INDIA POSTAL CASUAL, PART-TIME, CONTINGENT & CONTRACT WORKERS FEDERATION.

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS & COPY OF THE REPLY

Branch Post offices will be Mini ATMs with Interoperability by this April ending

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