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Thursday, 30 October 2014

Early Colsure of Office on 30 Oct 2014

Early Closure of Offices on 30th October, 2014 in connection with the “Run for Unity” flag off at Vijay Chowk by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India

RUN FOR UNITY

No. 12/17/2014-JCA 2
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel Public Grievances and Pensions
(Department of Personnel and Training)

North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 29th October, 2014

OFFICE MEMORANDUM


Sub: Early Closure of Offices on 30th October, 2014 
in connection with the “Run for Unity” flag off 
at Vijay Chowk by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India

1. In connection with the arrangements for the “Run for Unity” flag off at Vijay Chowk by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India on 31st October, 2014, it has been decided that the Government offices located in the buildings indicated in the Annexure I to this O.M would be dosed early at 14:00 hrs. on 30th October, 2014 (Thursday) and will remain closed till 09.30 AM on 31st October, 2014 (Friday).

2. The buildings indicated in the Annexure II to this O.M would be closed early at 14:00 hrs. on 30th October, 2014 (Thursday) and will remain closed till 08.00 AM on 31st October, 2014.

3. Government offices located in Rashtrapati Bhawan and Parliament House would remain closed from 10.00 PM on 30th October, 2014 (Thursday) till 9.30 AM on 31st October, 2014 (Friday).

4. Hindi version will follow.
(Ashok Kumar)
Director
source-http://ccis.nic.in/WriteReadData/CircularPortal/D2/D02est/No12-17-2014-JCA2.pdf

Unity Run

President to flag off the ‘Run for Unity’ tomorrow at Rashtrapati Bhavan

The President of India, Shri Pranab Mukherjee will flag off the ‘Run for Unity’ at the Forecourt of Rashtrapati Bhavan tomorrow (October 31, 2014) at 0815 a.m. to mark the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. The residents and staff of Rashtrapati Bhavan, the President’s Body Guard, the Army Guard and the Delhi Police will participate in the Run.

The Rashtriya Ekta Diwas (National Unity Day) Pledge will be administered by Smt. Omita Paul, Secretary to the President to all staff prior to the Run.



 

Sunday, 26 October 2014

This Day That Year





26 Oct 1962 : Sep Kewal Singh,MVC (Posthumous) 4 SIKH
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
On 26 Oct 1962, Sep Kewal Singh was with his company at Walong in NEFA when the Chinese attacked them in large numbers. Sepoy Kewal Singh, on his own initiative, rushed out of his section post and charged at the enemy with his bayonet, killing a few in hand to hand fighting. Despite injuries he kept charging at the enemy killing many. He later succumbed to his injuries.26 Oct 1962 : Sep Kewal Singh,MVC (Posthumous) 4 SIKH

On 26 Oct 1962, Sep Kewal Singh was with his company at Walong in NEFA when the Chinese attacked them in large numbers. Sepoy Kewal Singh, on his own initiative, rushed out of his section post

and charged at the enemy with his bayonet, killing a few in hand to hand fighting. Despite injuries he kept charging at the enemy killing many. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Photo: 18 Oct 1987 : Sub Madan Lal, VrC, 5 RAJRIF
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
Sub Madan Lal was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of IPKF. On 18 Oct 87, his company was pinned down by LTTE fire with heavy machine gun which killed the Company Commander, Major R.K. Chaturvedi. Sub Madan Lal took control of the situation moved up to the point section and taking the rocket launcher himself fired at Light Machine Gun post, killing four LTTE militants.18 Oct 1987 : Sub Madan Lal, VrC, 5 RAJRIF

Sub Madan Lal was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of IPKF. On 18 Oct 87, his company was pinned down by LTTE fire with heavy machine gun which killed the Company Commander, Major R.K. Chaturvedi. Sub Madan Lal took control of the situation moved up to the point section and taking the rocket launcher himself fired at Light Machine Gun post, killing four LTTE militants.

Photo: 17 Oct 1987 : 2 Lt RS Nagar, VrC (Posthumous), 16 SIKH
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
2 Lt RS Nagar was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 17 Oct 87, the battalion was en route to Jafna Fort and came under heavy fire from the LTTE . 2 Lt Nagar took initiative, spotted the heavy machine gun position and went ahead of the column braving all odds. Despite getting injured he charged physically at the gun position and cleared it. He later succumbed to his injuries.17 Oct 1987 : 2 Lt RS Nagar, VrC (Posthumous), 16 SIKH

2 Lt RS Nagar was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 17 Oct 87, the battalion was en route to Jafna Fort and came under heavy fire from the LTTE . 2 Lt Nagar took initiative, spotted the heavy machine gun position and went ahead of the column braving all odds. Despite getting injured he charged physically at the gun position and cleared it. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Photo: 16 Oct 1987 : Maj PS Ganapathy, MVC, 8 MAHAR 
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
Major PS Ganapathy was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 16 Oct 87 his company was attacked by  militants and throughout the day, Major Ganapathy kept fighting gallantly and kept the militants at bay. Despite low on ammunition, Major Ganapathy moved from trench to trench and held his position against heavy odds tenaciously till next day killing many militants.16 Oct 1987 : Maj PS Ganapathy, MVC, 8 MAHAR

Major PS Ganapathy was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 16 Oct 87 his company was attacked by militants and throughout the day, Major Ganapathy kept fighting gallantly and kept the militants at bay. Despite low on ammunition, Major Ganapathy moved from trench to trench and held his position against heavy odds tenaciously till next day killing many militants.

Photo: 15 Oct 1948 : Naik Prem Chand, VrC, 2 RAJPUT
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia

On 15 Oct 1948, Naik Prem Chand  as part of the assault  on Pir Badesar, J&K. He moved with his section through heavy enemy firing and despite being seriously injured rescued his comrades while successfully attacking the feature.

15 Oct 1948 : Naik Prem Chand, VrC, 2 RAJPUT


On 15 Oct 1948, Naik Prem Chand as part of the assault on Pir Badesar, J&K. He moved with his section through heavy enemy firing and despite being seriously injured rescued his comrades while successfully attacking the feature.



Photo: 14 Oct 1948 : Jemadar R Thangavelu, VrC, 13 Field Company
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
On 14 October, 1948, Jemadar R Thangavelu was detailed to open a way for tanks to move on Baltal-Gumri Road, J&K. The enemy carried out heavy firing but with determination and courage, he completed the allotted task and opened the route.14 Oct 1948 : Jemadar R Thangavelu, VrC, 13 Field Company


On 14 October, 1948, Jemadar R Thangavelu was detailed to open a way for tanks to move on Baltal-Gumri Road, J&K. The enemy carried out heavy firing but with determination and courage, he completed the allotted task and opened the route.


Photo: 14 Oct 1948 : Sub Raghunath Singh, VrC(Posthumous), 2 PUNJAB
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia

On 14 Oct 48, during advance towards Pir Badesar, J&K, the enemy opened heavy fire on the column. The effectiveness of fire caused the column to be held up. Sub Raghunath Singh led a charge on to the enemy and despite injuries captured the objective. He later succumbed to his injuries.

14 Oct 1948 : Sub Raghunath Singh, VrC (Posthumous), 2 PUNJAB

On 14 Oct 48, during advance towards Pir Badesar, J&K, the enemy opened heavy fire on the column. The effectiveness of fire caused the column to be held up. Sub Raghunath Singh led a charge on to the enemy and despite injuries captured the objective. He later succumbed to his injuries.

Photo: 13 Oct 1948 : Lance Naik Karam Singh, PVC, MM, 1 SIKH
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
On 13 Oct 1948 the enemy commenced its attack on Richmar Gali  and Tithwal with heavy shelling. The fire was so heavy and accurate that not a single bunker in the platoon locality was left unscathed and communication trenches caved in. Bravely, LNk Karam Singh the Section Commander went from bunker to bunker, giving succor to the wounded and urging the  soldiers to fight.
The enemy launched eight separate counter attacks that day. In one such attack, the enemy managed to obtain a foothold in the platoon locality. Immediately LNk Karam Singh, who was severely wounded by then, hurled himself in a counter-attack and evicted the enemy after a close quarter encounter with bayonets.
LNk  Karam Singh proved himself to be a dauntless and born leader of men in crisis. Nothing could subdue him and no amount of fire or hardship could break his spirit. His gallant actions on that day inspired his colleagues to face the massive onslaught unflinchingly. It was his fiercely proud fighting spirit which was largely responsible for the gallant stand at Tithwal  that day.

13 Oct 1948 : Lance Naik Karam Singh, PVC, MM, 1 SIKH

On 13 Oct 1948 the enemy commenced its attack on Richmar Gali and Tithwal with heavy shelling. The fire was so heavy and accurate that not a single bunker in the platoon locality was left unscathed and communication trenches caved in. Bravely, LNk Karam Singh the Section Commander went from bunker to bunker, giving succor to the wounded and urging the soldiers to fight.
The enemy launched eight separate counter attacks that day. In one such attack, the enemy managed to obtain a foothold in the platoon locality. Immediately LNk Karam Singh, who was severely wounded by then, hurled himself in a counter-attack and evicted the enemy after a close quarter encounter with bayonets.
LNk Karam Singh proved himself to be a dauntless and born leader of men in crisis. Nothing could subdue him and no amount of fire or hardship could break his spirit. His gallant actions on that day inspired his colleagues to face the massive onslaught unflinchingly. It was his fiercely proud fighting spirit which was largely responsible for the gallant stand at Tithwal that day.
 

Friday, 24 October 2014

PM Visit to Siachen : Diwali Celebration

Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today made a surprise visit to Siachen. Addressing officers and jawans of the Indian Armed Forces at Siachen Base Camp at a height of over 12,000 feet, he praised their valour and courage, saying that 125 crore Indians could celebrate Diwali today, and go about their lives in comfort, because the jawans stood guard at the borders, prepared to make every sacrifice for the nation. The nation is proud of all three wings of the armed forces, the Prime Minister added.
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The Prime Minister said he had come unannounced, and the jawans may be surprised, but one does not need to announce arrival when coming to one`s own (family).
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The Prime Minister said the jawans at Siachen worked in one of the remotest places in the world. It is a rare opportunity to be called upon to defend the country in such difficult conditions, he said.
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Shri Narendra Modi said that he comes to Siachen as a representative of the family members of the jawans who are busy serving Mother India on the borders.
He said he is privileged that his first Diwali as Prime Minister will be spent partly with the jawans of Siachen, and partly with those affected by the floods in Srinagar.
The Prime Minister said the Indian Armed Forces were unique – because while they spelt trouble for the enemy on the battlefield, they spelt life for all the countrymen affected by disasters or natural calamities. He recalled the immense contribution made by the Armed Forces during the recent floods in Srinagar.
The Prime Minister also appreciated the fact that women too were now contributing to the Indian Armed Forces in a significant way.
Sharing the pain and anguish of those who lose their loved ones in these difficult conditions, the Prime Minister said sometimes a body is found years later, and many still wait. He said one has to witness first-hand, the conditions at Siachen to appreciate the hardship that the jawans go through.
The Prime Minister assured the jawans that wherever they are, and serving or retired, the country stands shoulder to shoulder with them. He said their dreams and responsibilities are the entire country`s responsibility. He said he would do his utmost to ensure a life of dignity for them. The Prime Minister said the promise of One Rank, One Pension had been fulfilled, and preparations were being made for a National War Memorial, that we could all be proud of. The Prime Minister wished the entire country “Happy Diwali” from the icy heights of Siachen, adding that as countrymen light diyas today, they should recall that the warmth of the earthen lamps has been fuelled by the sweat and toil of the jawans of the Indian Armed Forces. Let those jawans inspire the rest of the country to work towards achieving the dreams and aspirations of the common man, he added.
The Prime Minister later handed over a cheque for Rs. 5 lakh for the welfare of the jawans, and personally offered sweets to the jawans. He wrote in the visitors` book, saying that the soldiers in uniform who guarded the nation`s frontiers in such difficult conditions were no less than `rishis` and sages. The Prime Minister was at Siachen Base Camp for over an hour.

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

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Saturday, 18 October 2014

Indian Army must be the Pride of the Nation

General Dalbir Singh

‪#‎COAS‬

In his address on culmination of the Army Commanders Conference on 18 October 2014, the Chief of Army Staff, Gen Dalbir Singh complemented the Northern & Western Commands on their exemplary response to the flood disaster in Jammu & Kashmir which witnessed spontaneous mobilisation of Army resources, both manpower & equipment, without waiting for any formal requisition. He lauded the selfless commitment of the Indian soldiers involved in the relief & rescue efforts, who never once turned back to look at their posts & families that had suffered equally in the floods.
While addressing the external security concerns he advised the commanders to continuously assess the situation in the sub-continent with respect to the force & security transition taking place and its concomitant effect on the Nation’s security. On the internal security plane, he stressed on the need to maintain relentless pressure in Jammu & Kashmir so that the terrorists could not carry out any meaningful operations to interrupt the forthcoming elections. He also expressed satisfaction on the situation in North East and stressed upon all stakeholders to be made part of the conflict resolution mechanism.
On the modernization front, the COAS informed all of the continued support of the Raksha Mantri and commitment of the MoD towards fulfilling the Army’s requirements. He also exhorted all to streamline and refine in house procedures aimed at preserving and enhancing the life of all service equipment.
The COAS expressed hope that the measures being planned to address the issue of shortage in officer cadre would fructify at the earliest. He also expressed concern on the isolated issues of unethical behaviour and directed zero tolerance towards them.
The COAS asked all to stay committed towards the welfare of the veterans who were the bedrock of the Army and applauded the recent initiatives including the functioning of ECHS. Lastly the COAS stated that even under the most modern methods of war fighting, our Army should not forget that the human dimension would always remain the biggest battle winning factor. Hence the focus must remain on training, equipping & character development of the soldier to ensure that our Army remains a modern, potent & combat ready force.
The Chief culminated his talk with his desire that the ‘Indian Army must remain the pride of the nation’.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014

News Oct 2014

Indian Air Force celebrating its 82nd Air Force Day,on this pride occasion I salute our Air Force personnel for their bravery & commitment.
Indian Air Force celebrated its 82nd Air Force Day, on this pride occasion we salute our Air Force personnel for their bravery & commitment.

General Dalbir Singh: “Indian Army must be the Pride of the Nation”


In his address on culmination of the Army Commanders Conference on 18 October 2014, the Chief of Army Staff, Gen Dalbir Singh complemented the Northern & Western Commands on their exemplary response to the flood disaster in Jammu & Kashmir which witnessed spontaneous mobilisation of Army resources, both manpower & equipment, without waiting for any formal requisition. He lauded the selfless commitment of the Indian soldiers involved in the relief & rescue efforts, who never once turned back to look at their posts & families that had suffered equally in the floods.
While addressing the external security concerns he advised the commanders to continuously assess the situation in the sub-continent with respect to the force & security transition taking place and its concomitant effect on the Nation’s security. On the internal security plane, he stressed on the need to maintain relentless pressure in Jammu & Kashmir so that the terrorists could not carry out any meaningful operations to interrupt the forthcoming elections. He also expressed satisfaction on the situation in North East and stressed upon all stakeholders to be made part of the conflict resolution mechanism.
On the modernization front, the COAS informed all of the continued support of the Raksha Mantri and commitment of the MoD towards fulfilling the Army’s requirements. He also exhorted all to streamline and refine in house procedures aimed at preserving and enhancing the life of all service equipment.
The COAS expressed hope that the measures being planned to address the issue of shortage in officer cadre would fructify at the earliest. He also expressed concern on the isolated issues of unethical behaviour and directed zero tolerance towards them.
The COAS asked all to stay committed towards the welfare of the veterans who were the bedrock of the Army and applauded the recent initiatives including the functioning of ECHS. Lastly the COAS stated that even under the most modern methods of war fighting, our Army should not forget that the human dimension would always remain the biggest battle winning factor. Hence the focus must remain on training, equipping & character development of the soldier to ensure that our Army remains a modern, potent & combat ready force.
The Chief culminated his talk with his desire that the ‘Indian Army must remain the pride of the nation’.

 

‘HONORARY COLONEL’ : BRIGADE OF THE GUARDS

General Dalbir Singh, COAS takes over as the Honorary Colonel of The Brigade of the Guards. The presentation of the banner was done by Lt Gen Ashok Singh, Army Commander, Southern Command and ‘Colonel of the Regiment’ and Lt Gen Sanjeev Madhok, Army Commander ARTRAC.

The Army Commander’s Conference : 15 Oct 14

Photo: The Army Commander’s Conference : 15 Oct 14 
#ACC

 Members of 7th Central Pay Commission on a visit to Siachen Glacier & Forward Areas in Ladakh

Photo: Members of 7th Central Pay Commission on a visit to Siachen Glacier & Forward Areas in Ladakh

 

This Day That Year

 

18 Oct 1987 : Lt Col Manoranjan Singh, VrC, 4 MAHAR

Photo: 18 Oct 1987 : Lt Col Manoranjan Singh, VrC, 4 MAHAR
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
Lt Col Manoranjan Singh, as part of the IPKF in Sri Lanka, was tasked to capture Kopai North, a citadel of LTTE. On 18 Oct 87, despite stiff resistance and heavy odds against him, Lt Col Singh personally led the attack by his Battalion and after a fierce encounter, captured the LTTE stronghold.
Lt Col Manoranjan Singh, as part of the IPKF in Sri Lanka, was tasked to capture Kopai North, a citadel of LTTE. On 18 Oct 87, despite stiff resistance and heavy odds against him, Lt Col Singh personally led the attack by his Battalion and after a fierce encounter, captured the LTTE stronghold.


17 Oct 1987 : 2 Lt RS Nagar, VrC (Posthumous), 16 SIKH

Photo: 17 Oct 1987 : 2 Lt RS Nagar, VrC (Posthumous), 16 SIKH
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
2 Lt RS Nagar was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 17 Oct 87, the battalion was en route to Jafna Fort and came under heavy fire from the LTTE . 2 Lt Nagar took initiative, spotted the heavy machine gun position and went ahead of the column braving all odds. Despite getting injured he charged physically at the gun position and cleared it. He later succumbed to his injuries. 2 Lt RS Nagar was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 17 Oct 87, the battalion was en route to Jafna Fort and came under heavy fire from the LTTE . 2 Lt Nagar took initiative, spotted the heavy machine gun position and went ahead of the column braving all odds. Despite getting injured he charged physically at the gun position and cleared it. He later succumbed to his injuries.

 

16 Oct 1987 : Maj PS Ganapathy, MVC, 8 MAHAR

Photo: 16 Oct 1987 : Maj PS Ganapathy, MVC, 8 MAHAR 
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
Major PS Ganapathy was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 16 Oct 87 his company was attacked by  militants and throughout the day, Major Ganapathy kept fighting gallantly and kept the militants at bay. Despite low on ammunition, Major Ganapathy moved from trench to trench and held his position against heavy odds tenaciously till next day killing many militants. Major PS Ganapathy was deployed in Sri Lanka as part of the IPKF. On 16 Oct 87 his company was attacked by militants and throughout the day, Major Ganapathy kept fighting gallantly and kept the militants at bay. Despite low on ammunition, Major Ganapathy moved from trench to trench and held his position against heavy odds tenaciously till next day killing many militants.

 

15 Oct 1948 : Naik Prem Chand, VrC, 2 RAJPUT

Photo: 15 Oct 1948 : Naik Prem Chand, VrC, 2 RAJPUT
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia

On 15 Oct 1948, Naik Prem Chand  as part of the assault  on Pir Badesar, J&K. He moved with his section through heavy enemy firing and despite being seriously injured rescued his comrades while successfully attacking the feature.On 15 Oct 1948, Naik Prem Chand as part of the assault on Pir Badesar, J&K. He moved with his section through heavy enemy firing and despite being seriously injured rescued his comrades while successfully attacking the feature.

 

 

14 Oct 1948 : Jemadar R Thangavelu, VrC, 13 Field Company

Photo: 14 Oct 1948 : Jemadar R Thangavelu, VrC, 13 Field Company
#ThisDayThatYear #BraveSonsofIndia
On 14 October, 1948, Jemadar R Thangavelu was detailed to open a way for tanks to move on Baltal-Gumri Road, J&K. The enemy carried out heavy firing but with determination and courage, he completed the allotted task and opened the route.On 14 October, 1948, Jemadar R Thangavelu was detailed to open a way for tanks to move on Baltal-Gumri Road, J&K. The enemy carried out heavy firing but with determination and courage, he completed the allotted task and opened the route. 

 

 

14 Oct 1948 : Sub Raghunath Singh, VrC(Posthumous), 2 PUNJAB

Photo: 14 Oct 1948 : Sub Raghunath Singh, VrC(Posthumous), 2 PUNJAB
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On 14 Oct 48, during advance towards Pir Badesar, J&K, the enemy opened heavy fire on the column. The effectiveness of fire caused the column to be held up. Sub Raghunath Singh led a charge on to the enemy and despite injuries captured the objective. He later succumbed to his injuries.
On 14 Oct 48, during advance towards Pir Badesar, J&K, the enemy opened heavy fire on the column. The effectiveness of fire caused the column to be held up. Sub Raghunath Singh led a charge on to the enemy and despite injuries captured the objective. He later succumbed to his injuries.

   

AFTER 21 YEARS MORTAL REMAINS RECOVERED AT SIACHEN

Photo: AFTER 21 YEARS MORTAL REMAINS RECOVERED AT SIACHEN
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On 27 Feb 1993, Hav Thukaram Vithoba Patil, 4 MARATHA LI was on a operational patrol in Northern Glacier.  During the patrol the individual fell into a crevasse, and was not traceable despite numerous attempts to recover him.
On 12 Oct 2014 a patrol of 12 MADRAS recovered the mortal remains of Havildar Thukaram on the Siachen Glacier.On 27 Feb 1993, Hav Thukaram Vithoba Patil, 4 MARATHA LI was on a operational patrol in Northern Glacier. During the patrol the individual fell into a crevasse, and was not traceable despite numerous attempts to recover him. On 12 Oct 2014 a patrol of 12 MADRAS recovered the mortal remains of Havildar Thukaram on the Siachen Glacier.















 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR MEMBERS ACTION TO BE TAKEN ON THE DEMISE OF AIRVETERAN

 1.         Inform the Adjutant of the nearest AF Station. They will help with the funeral arrangements.

2.         Dignified last Rites to Air Veterans       You are eligible for Last Rites grants of Rs 7500/- from nearest  the Air Force Station (With in municipal limits) for funeral expenses incurred. Along with the information regarding the death of your spouse you need an application and supported by the following documents:-

(a)        A Copy of the Death Certificate and Pay Pension Order (PPO) Copy of CSD Card duly attested by a Gazetted Officers/ Sarpanch/Panchayat of the village, as applicable.

(b)        For assistance contact Adjutant/SWO/Sadbhavana Cell of the nearest Air Force Station.
3.         Please obtain TWO INK signed copies of the Medical certificate specifying the cause of death from the Hospital or the authorized Medical Practitioner. One of these is required by the authorities at the cremation/ burial ground. The other is required by the authorities (Registrar of Deaths & Births) who issues Death Certificates. Obtain cremation/burial certificate from the cremation/burial ground. Listed below are addresses which will be of help to you. <<More>>

 

IMPLEMENTATION OF RANK PAY CASE-PHASE-II

IMPLEMENTATION OF RANK PAY CASE-PHASE-II FOR RETIRED OFFICERS HOLDING THE RANK OF FLT LT TO AIR CMDE AS ON 01 JAN 96

 

1. Consequent to the Supreme Court Order on Rank Pay Anomaly (MDC) dated 04 Sep 12 and GOI, MoD letter No. 34(10/2013/D (Pay& Services) dated 24 Jul 14, this office is in the process of re-fixing of the pay and allowances of all the retired officers holding the rank of Flt Lt to Air Cmde as on 01 Jan 96.

2. Accordingly, your pay will be re-fixed and same will be paid after audit verification from Jt CDA (AF). It is requested to forward the filled-in format to the under mentioned address along with the mandatory attachments mentioned in the application.  JD AV-II(C) Audit
Rank Pay Cell
Dte of AV
Air HQ(SP), Subroto Park
New Delhi-110 010
3. Click here to download the format.
4. The retired officers who have already submitted the forms in MDC Phase-I need not to submit the format. However, in case of any change in the details provided earlier, the form may be submitted with latest details.

 

NEW PLASTIC AFA MEMBERSHIP CARDS

Kind Attention,
Members of Air Force Association

NEW PLASTIC LAMINATED AFA MEMBERSHIP CARDS

1.         With effect from 01 May 14, New Plastic Laminated AFA Membership Cards have been introduced. Existing Members who wish to have their old paper based cards replaced with new Plastic Laminated Cards are advised to submit their old cards to AFA Head Office along with the following information:-
            (a)        Rank
            (b)        Service No.
            (c)        Name
            (d)        Membership No. & Date
(e)        Date of Birth
(f)         Date of Enrolment
(g)        Date of Retirement/Discharge
(h)        Name of NOK and Relationship
(j)         Permanent Home Address
(k)        Mobile no.
(l)         One stamp size photograph
2.         The cost of New Plastic Laminated Card is Rs.50/-. Members wishing to replace old Cards may send a multicity cheque/ Demand Draft of Rs.50/-. The new cards will be dispatched by post after 40 days (approx) of  receipt of old cards.

INDIA AIR FORCE PLACEMENT FAIR

IAF Placement cell will be held at Air Force Auditorium Subroto Park New Delhi 110010 on 14 and 15 Nov 14.  More than forty companies are likely to participate. Last placement fair was attended by more than 2500 plus air warriors and air Veterans. Details are available on https://iafpc.co.in



FLOOD RELIEF OPERATIONS BY ARMED FORCES CONTINUE IN FULL SWING IN J&K

The State of Jammu & Kashmir has experienced torrential rains since last one week. Armed Forces are carrying out flood relief and rescue operations in the entire State in heavy rains and extremely bad weather conditions.

130 Army columns have been deployed rescuing more than 14800 people so far. 50 Army Medical Teams have also been deployed in alongwith these columns to provide immediate medical assistance to the injured and sick people. Air Force has deployed 16 Medium Lift Helicopters, 9 Light Helicopters and 7 Transport Aircraft for the rescue and flood relief operations. Six NDRF Teams equipped with boats and other flood relief stores and equipment were airlifted by Air Force from Delhi, Bathinda, Pune and Ahmedabad to Srinagar and Avantipur. An Air Force Rapid Action Medical Team was also flown in from Delhi by a C-17 aircraft for augmenting the medical support in Avantipur. An Army Engineer Task Force was airlifted from Adampur to Srinagar by a C-130J aircraft. Arrangements have been made for airlifting 10,000 blankets and 3000 tents from stores of the Armed Forces at Kanpur to the affected areas. In addition, 85 Tons of medicines provided under the aegis of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Red Cross are being airlifted from Delhi to Jammu and Kashmir by an IL-76 aircraft. In all 30 sorties were flown by Air Force transport aircraft and helicopters today airlifting about 110 Ton load and evacuating more than 160 civilians.


The relief efforts are being coordinated by HQ Northern Command in consultation with the Advance Air HQ in Udhampur. The situation is being reviewed and monitored regularly by the Chief of Integrated Defence Staff at HQ IDS with Army and Air Force Operations Directorates.


HH/RAJ
(Release ID: 109427)


IAF CONTINUES WITH FLOOD RELIEF OPERATIONS IN J&K

A total of 1737 personnel & 315.5 metric tonnes of relief material have been airlifted till 1300 hrs on 08 September 2014 by the Indian Air Force (IAF) using Forty Five aircraft flying 186 sorties which include both the Fixed and Rotary wing types. Transport aircraft have been supporting rescue operations operating from Bhatinda, Chandigarh, Srinagar, Jammu, Awantipur and Delhi. Whereas, Helicopters are operating from Srinagar, Awantipur, Udhampur, Jammur, Pathankot and Sarsawa. Relief materials airlifted today to Srinagar, Jammu, Awantipur and other affected areas include blankets, tents, medical supplies, food (MRE - meals ready to eat) and water.

Air Force helicopters with IAF Garud Commandos on board operating in the flood affected areas have so far winched up 321 victims & relocated them to safer areas. In some cases the Garuds had to dismantle the roof and evacuate people trapped in the top floors of their houses. All efforts are being made to evacuate as many people as possible despite the inclement weather and limited resources.

  

CHAIRMAN COSC & CAS VISITS FLOOD AFFECTED J&K TO OVERSEE RELIEF AND RESCUE OPERATIONS


The Chairman, Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) and Chief of the Air Staff (CAS) Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha visited the flood affected areas of Jammu and Kashmir, today and carried out aerial recce of both north and south Kashmir.

The Air Chief Marshal took stock of the relief and rescue operations being carried out by the Armed Forces. He was extremely satisfied with the team work and joint operations being carried out by Army, Navy, Air Force and NDRF and trying their best to restore conditions back to normalcy.


During his visit, the Air Chief was received by Air Commodore B Balachandran, Air Officer Commanding (AOC) Air Force Station, Srinagar. The majority of relief operations have been launched and carried out from Air Force Station Srinagar. He then met Lieutenant General Subrata Saha, Commander 15 Corps at Badami Bagh Cantt. He also called on Hon'ble Chief Minister Shri Omar Abdullah at Hari Niwas and Hon'ble Governor Shri NN Vohra at Raj Bhawan.


The Air Chief Marshal was extremely happy with all the Air Force stations that pitched in all effort day and night to rescue and provide relief to flood victims. The Air Chief said "that the operations will continue till the time there is a requirement and we are here to help the people, Nation and Government in rescue and relief in time of need." He interacted with the station personnel of Srinagar and Awantipur and said that every air warrior "had done their bit including the support services". It was one of the biggest and challenging helicopter and transport operation carried out in the past one week in one of the most challenging circumstances of difficult terrain, inclement weather, flying at a varying altitude and unprecedented bird activity. He said that an outstanding effort was put in by all personnel of Indian Air Force (IAF) carrying out day and night operations to offload and disperse relief material.


The Air Chief also visited the No. 3 Rapid Air Medical Team (RAMT) and found it well established and equipped Mobile Critical Care Centre for flood victims. He interacted with the Commandos who were involved in these operations and had rescued a number of people.


RCD/MKS (Release ID: 109737)



IAF COMMEMORATES 50 YEARS OF 1965 INDO-PAK WAR

As part of commemoration of 50 years of 1965 Indo-Pak war, the Chairman Chiefs of Staff Committee (COSC) & Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha paid homage in remembrance of martyrs of 1965 war who laid down their lives for the country, by laying a wreath at the Air Force War Memorial at Air Force Station Palam. The function was attended by former Chiefs of the Air Staff and Air Veterans in service at that time.

Following the wreathlaying ceremony, the CAS inaugurated the 1965 War Section at the Air Force Museum, where paintings, photographs, squadron war diaries and other artifacts were systematically organized and displayed. Four paintings specific to 1965 war capturing significant air combat situations were commissioned by the IAF to commemorate the historic occasion. These paintings were unveiled by the CAS. The 1965 War section included displays of all aircraft that participated during the war, martyrs who sacrificed their lives during the war and various award winners. The Commanding Officers of the Squadrons who received Battle Honours during the war were also present during the ceremony.
The Indo-Pak conflict of 1965 is a cornerstone in the annals of military history of the Indian subcontinent. IAF personnel were awarded five Maha Vir Chakras and 43 Vir Chakras for exemplary acts of courage during the 1965 war. Air Veterans of yesteryears reminisced about those days, recalling tales of valour, and signed the signature wall of the veterans of the war, which would be displayed in the IAF Museum for posterity marking the historic occasion.
This ceremony was part of the yearlong commemoration marking 50 years of 1965 India-Pakistan war which would culminate on 22 September 2015.


Indian Air Force (IAF) Participates in Swachh Bharat Abhiyan


The National-level Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is being conducted in the Indian Air Force with fervour and gusto. Starting from September 25, 2014, Indian Air Force (IAF ) units and establishments all over the country have embarked upon a cleanliness drive in and around the technical and residential areas, inviting enthusiastic participation by the Air Force schools as well as families of Air Warriors. Besides, awareness campaigns on preservation of the environment through cleanliness have also been conducted.

At the local level, officers, airmen and civilians of Air Headquarters were administered the oath by the Chief of the Air Staff (CAS), Air Chief Marshal Arup Raha in the Air HQs precincts . A declamation contest for all personnel of Air HQs was also conducted today at the Air Force Auditorium at Subroto Park, New Delhi, which was a follow up of the Essay Competition and the Slogan- writing competition that had been conducted earlier on October 01, 2014. The declamation contest brought out some spirited speakers who emphasized on bringing about an attitudinal change towards cleanliness. Prizes were given away for the best essay, best slogan and the best declamation.

Indian Air Force Day celebration at Air House on 08 Oct 14





  

ISSUE OF RETIRED OFFICERS IDENTITY CARDS AND DEPENDENT IDENTITY CARD FOR RETIRED DEFENCE PERSONNEL 

It is intimated that a new policy for issue of dependent identity card for Retired Air Force Personnel has been issued by Air HQ.<<More>>



Thursday, 2 October 2014

Team Sainik Darpan, IESL Nashik : Annadan and Shramadan

सैनिक दर्पण,  भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघ नाशिक 
अन्नदान , श्रमदान ( स्वच्छ भारत अभियान ) आणि वारकऱ्यांसाठी विसावा

आज ०२ अक्टोम्बर २०१४, एक ऐतहासिक दिवस. राष्ट्रपिता महात्मा गांधी आणि भारताचे द्वितीय  पंतप्रधान  श्री लाल बहादुर शास्त्री यांची जयन्ति. श्री लाल बहादुर शास्त्री यांनी "जय जवान, जय किसान" हा नारा दिला. त्यावेळी सर्व शेतकऱ्यांनी  अन्नाची कोठारे भरली आणि देशाला समृद्ध केले. महात्मा गांधीजीं (बापू) नी "भारत छोडो" ची घोषणा दिली आणि सर्व देश स्वतंत्र्यासाठी एकत्र आला.   बापूंना  आजून एक गोष्ट आवडत होती. ती म्हणजे स्वच्छता . त्यांच्या स्वच्छ भारत स्वपनास साकार करण्यासाठी भारताचे पंतप्रधान श्री नरेंद्र मोदी यांनी आज पासून "स्वच्छ भारत" (एक कदम स्वच्छता की और ) या अभियानाची  सुरुवात केली . 

भारतीय   माजी  सैनिक संघ नाशिक आणि तालुका समिति सद्स्यानी या कमची सुरुवात आधाराश्रम येथे जावुन श्रमदान करून केली. आधारतीर्थ आधाराश्रम नाशिक हे महाराष्ट्रातील त्र्यम्बकेश्वर येथे आहे. आत्महत्या केलेल्या शेतकऱ्यांची जवळपास १५० मुले मूली या आश्रमात  सध्या राहतात असे  आधाराश्रमाचे  संचालक श्री त्र्यम्बकराव गायकवाड़ यांनी माहिती दिली .  

सुरवतीला आधारश्रमात अन्नदानाचा कार्यक्रम करण्यात आला. या अन्नदानाचा संपूर्ण खर्च भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघटनेचे सदस्य श्री हिरामन काळे  (रा.  सातपुर  जिल्हा नाशिक ) यांनी केला . 



अन्नदान नंतर स्वच्छ भारत या अभियानाची सुरुवात झाली . प्रथमत: भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघटनेचे  सचिव श्री पि यु  चौधरी यांनी सर्व मुला मुलींना  स्वच्छ भारत अभियानाची शपथ दिली.   



आणि संघटनेचे प्रसिद्धि प्रमुख, संपादक सैनिक दर्पण श्री महेंद्र सोनवणे यांनी स्वच्छ  भारत आणि श्रमदानाचे महत्व सर्व मुला मुलींना समजावून सांगितले.


त्यानंतर सांस्कृतिक कार्यक्रम झाला या कार्यक्रमात आश्रमातील विद्यार्थ्यांनी विविध गुण दर्शन करीत गाणी, नाटक, नाच, कव्वाली सादर केली.  

 
त्यानंतर श्रमदानाचा कार्यक्रम राबवण्यात आला. सर्वानी त्यात हिरिरिने भाग घेवून परिसर स्वच्छ केला. 







भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघटना नाशिक तर्फे, त्र्यम्बकेश्वर  येथे येणाऱ्या श्रद्धालु  माजी सैनिक आणि परिवार यांची विसाव्याची सोय व्ह्यावी या उद्देशानी "वारकऱ्यांसाठी विसावा" समर्पित करण्यात आले. 
  



 जीवनात आपणास आनेक गोष्टीची अपेक्षा असते, आवशकता असते. ती  पूर्ण होण्यासाठी आपण नेहमी धडपडत असतो. "जय जवान, जय किसान" या ब्रीदवाक्यास संकल्प सिद्धिःस  नेतांना भारतीय जवान सीमेवर अहोरात्र कड़क पहरा देवून देशाची सेवा करतात. त्यामुळे आपण भारतीय नागरिक सुखाने  आणि  गुण्या  गोविंदाने आपल्या परिवारासोबत राहु शकतो.  बळिराजा (शेतकरी) संपूर्ण जीवन शेतामधे राबुन अन्न धन्य पिकवून आपल्या देशवसियांची   भूक भगवतो आणि देशसेवेत योगदान करतो. दुष्काळ  असो, साहूकारी कर्ज असो किंवा इतर कोणतेही  कारण  आसो या देशात शेतकरी आत्महत्या करतात हा एक चिंतेचा विषय आहे. कुटुंबाचा कर्ता  पुरुष नहीं म्हटल्यावर त्या कुटुंबाची काय  अवस्था होते हे आपणास माहिती असेलच. शेतकरी आत्महत्या केल्यावार त्या परिवरतील बालकांनी कुठे जावे? कोण त्यांना आधार देईन? हा यक्ष प्रश्न उभा रहातो. अश्या बालकांना आधारतीर्थ आधाराश्रम (ता. त्र्यम्बकेश्वर जिल्हा नाशिक ) यांनी आधार देवून संगोपनाचे सत्कार्य सतत सुरु ठेवलेले आहे. समाज सेवा करायची म्हणजे पैसा हावाच. येथे आल्यावर प्रत्यक्ष्य डोळ्यांनी पाहिले की या सर्व बालकांच्या  संगोपनासाठी लागणारा  पुरेसा निधि आश्रमकाडे उपलब्ध नाही.  





 भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघ नाशिक चे  अध्यक्ष श्री फूलचंद पाटिल यांनी आधारतीर्थ  आधाराश्रमाचे संचालक श्री  त्र्यम्बकराव गायकवाड़ यांच्याशी वार्तालाप करताना आधारतीर्थ आधाराश्रमास सर्वतोपरी यथायोग्य मदत केली  जाईल असे आश्वासन दीले. सर्व सेवा भावी सामाजिक संस्था, समिति आणि नागरिकांनी एकत्र येवून आधारतीर्थ आधाराश्रमा भेट देवून यथाशक्ति बहुमूल्य योगदान द्यावे हे आवाहन देखील केले. 

या कार्यक्रमासाठी भारतीय माजी सैनिक संघ नाशिक व सैनिक दर्पण  चे  पदाधिकारी आणि संघटनेच्या परिवरतील बालक कुमार नमन सुरेन्द्र  सोनवणे  उपस्थित होते. या कार्यक्रमाच्या पूर्ततेसाठी श्री फूलचंद पाटिल, श्री गोविन्द बस्ते, श्री विजय पवार, श्री मेघश्याम सोनवणे, श्री पि यु चौधरी,  श्री श्रीराम आढाव , श्री साहेबराव  कसाव, श्री महेंद्र सोनवणे,  श्री उदय तेली, श्री प्रभाकर बडगूजर, श्री चंद्रशेखर काम्बले, श्री नरेंद्र तेलरांधे, श्री आर के सिंह , श्री हिरामन काळे,  श्री सोपान मुसले , श्री मुरलीधर वाघ, श्री प्रकाश मेधने,   श्रीमती  रेखा खैरनार,  श्रीमती अपर्णा तकवाले,  श्री पंडित एल्मामे, श्री शिवजी शिवर,  एडवोकेट सारिका चव्हाण, श्री त्र्यम्बकराव गायकवाड़ आणि श्री कपड़निस यांनी  परिश्रम घेतले  व मोलाचे मार्गदर्शन केले.




Swatch bharat Abhiyan : Ek Kadam Swatchata ki aur








Today 02 Oct, great day in Indian History, Mahatma Gandhi and Lal Bahadur Shastri (Birthday) Jayanti. Shastriji Said, “Jai Jawan!!  Jai Kisan!! ”.  Bapuji said, “Quit India!! Clean India!!”.  We got freedom but, developed and Clean India dream is yet to be accomplished. India is starting Swatchha Bharat Abhiyan from Today. “Ek Kadam Swatchhata ki Aur”, which aims at creating a 'Clean India' in the next five years. This means "It is our duty that I will clean the country to serve Mother India. I will remain conscious about sanitary practices and devote time for that. I will devote 100 hours every year meaning two hours every week for reaching this goal".
Let’s appreciate for those who has taken cleanliness oath, "I will start the cleanliness drive from myself, my family, my neighbourhood and my workplace. I believe that countries which are clean because their citizens believe in sanitary practices. The pledge that I am taking, I will administer to 100 others. I will try that those 100 also work towards hygiene and sanitation,"
“Cleanliness is next to Godliness”. Let’s join together and Make clean India, Great India.
Ek Kadam Swatchata ki aur.

Regards 
Editor, Sainik Darpan