Link Your Aadhaar With PAN To Enjoy Seamless Income Tax Services Online

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans

The Income Tax Department has once again urged income tax assessees to link their PAN or Permanent Account Number with Aadhaar. Stating that it is mandatory for income tax assessees to link both the identification numbers by March 31, the Income Tax Department shared tips on various services available to the general public to do the same. “Link your Aadhaar with PAN today to enjoy seamless Income Tax services online,” the Income Tax Department said in a post on microblogging website Twitter.
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Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Notification 2019 for Multi-Tasking Staff-8300

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans
SSC Notification 2019.Staff Selection Commission, SSC has released a notification for the recruitment of Multi-Tasking Staff vacancies.Check the eligiblity and notification prior to apply for the positions.

Total No.of Posts:8300
Closing date:22-05-2019
Name of the Post and Vacancies:
Multi-Tasking Staff
Educational Qualification:
Applicants must Pass Matriculation from the recognized Organization/Board
Age Limit:
Candidates’ age must be Above than 18 years and must be below than 25 years. For the Details of age relaxation, Check Official Notification
Pay Scale:
Selected candidates will get Rs. 5200/- to Rs. 20,200/- with the Grade pay of Rs. 1800/- from the organization.
Selection Process:
Selection will be done as per Written Examination, Skill-Test
Application Fee:
The application fee is Rs.100/- (Rupees One Hundred Only) and application fee is non-refundable.
The candidate who is from SC/ST/ Ex-Servicemen Category their application fee is NILL.
How to Apply:
First of all visit official website
Click on the career section.
Look around for “SSC Recruitment 2019 for Multi-Tasking Staff Posts“.
Fill application form.
Pay the application fee.
Click on the submit button for final submission.
Save and take print out for future use…..

Source:- freshersjobz
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18-19 Age Group First Time Voters in Lok Sabha Election 2019

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans
18-19 Age Group First Time Voters in Lok Sabha Election 2019

Over 1.5 crore new young voters will come to election booth for entering their vote first time in Lok Sabha Elections 2019. This figure is more than 1.6 per cent of the total elector list of Parliamentary election 2019. This percentage is most important to play in the result of General election 2019 war. The election battle will start from April 11 and held up to May 19, 2019.


Fact Sheet on Electoral Roll Data – 2019

As per available Electoral Roll Data 2019, there are 15064824 voters in the age – group 18-19 yrs in Final Roll published as yet. Electors Photo Identity Card coverage of 99.36% has been achieved till date. Elector/Population Ratio is 631 currently and Gender Ratio is 958. 

Data Of 18-19 Age Group Electors For 2019
No.State/UTSR 2019
4BIHAR 579035
6GOA 23768
7 GUJARAT768745
8HARYANA 139821
10 JAMMU & KASHMIR182182
11 JHARKHAND220724
13KERALA 261778
19 NAGALAND 19171
20 ODISHA 545401
21 PUNJAB255887
22RAJASTHAN 1282118
24 TAMIL NADU 898759
25TELANGANA ##599933
26TRIPURA 69322
29 WEST BENGAL2001898
30 A & N ISLANDS4462
32 DAMAN & DIU 16466
33D & N HAVELI 23290
TOTAL 15064824
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Minimum Educational Qualification for Motor Vehicle Inspector – Gazette Notification

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans

Notification no. S.O. 1215(E) dated 8th March 2019 regarding minimum educational qualification for Motor vehicle inspector and Assistant Motor vehicle inspector



New Delhi, the 8th March, 2019

S.O. 1215(E).—In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (4) of section 213 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (59 of 1988), the Central Government hereby makes the following amendments in the notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways published in the official Gazette vide number S.O. 443(E), dated the 12th June, 1989, namely:—

In the said notification, under the heading ‘Qualification’, for serial numbers 1 to 4 and the entries
realting thereto, the following serial numbers and entries shall respectively, be substituted, namely:-

“(i) 10th standard pass from any recognised Board; and

(ii) a diploma in Automobile Engineering (three year course);
a diploma in Mechanical Engineering (three year course), awarded by any institution recognised by the Central Government or State Government; and

(iii) holding a driving license authorising to drive motor cycle with gear and light motor vehicles.”.

[F. No. RT-11036/62/2018-MVL]


Note : The principal notification was published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part II Section 3, Sub-Section (ii) vide S.O. 443(E), dated the 12th June, 1989.

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Declaration of Holiday on 14th April, 2019- Birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans

F. No.12/6/2016-JCA-2
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances 86 Pensions 
(Department of Personnel & Training) 
Establishment (JCA-2) Section
North Block, New Delhi
Dated the 15th March, 2019.
Subject: Declaration of Holiday on 14th April, 2019- Birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
It has been decided to declare Sunday, the 14th April 2019, as a public holiday on account of the birthday of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, for all Central Government Offices including Industrial Establishments throughout India by invoking the powers under Section 25 of Negotiable Instruments Act,1881.
2. All Ministries/Departments of Government of India may bring the above decision to the notice of all concerned.
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Navy Chief In Kochi Urges Naval To Ensure Safe Coasts And Secure Seas

, by KS Ramaswamy

Navy Chief In Kochi Urges Naval To Ensure Safe Coasts And Secure Seas

Sunil Lanba said Navy would always remain ready to protect, promote and preserve national interests in the maritime domain.

Mr Lanba congratulated the senior leadership and officers of the Navy on the high level of commitment.


Conduct of the mega naval exercise TROPEX 19, the operational readiness of the Indian Navy, a realistic audit of its deployment philosophy and fighting capability was undertaken at a review on Monday by its top officials.

Lessons learnt from the exercise would provide the Navy accurate assessments to fine tune combat deployment, force structuring requirements, operational logistics as also material and training imperatives, a release said.

The Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Sunil Lanba, headed the review, in which Commanders-in-Chief of all the three naval Commands, along with a number of senior operational commanders and representatives from the Army, Air Force and Indian Coast Guard participated in the discussions held at the Naval Base, a Defence release said.

Mr Lanba congratulated the senior leadership and officers of the Navy on the high level of professionalism and commitment displayed during the exercise. He urged them to maintain the high tempo of operations and keep a sharp vigil, including stringent security measures to ensure safer coasts and secure seas, the release said.

He said the Navy would always remain ready to protect, promote and preserve national interests in the maritime domain.

Aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, nuclear submarine Chakra, 60 ships and nearly 80 aircraft were put on operational deployment by the Indian Navy in the North Arabian sea in the exercise.

The exercise was conducted from January 7 and graduated smoothly into providing the Navy a high operational readiness posture post the Pulwama attack on February 14.

The exercise also included a Tri-services Amphibious Exercise that saw the participation of Army and Air Force personnel and assets, the release said.

Overall, the exercise validated the Navys readiness and capability to meet various mandated roles, in support of national objectives, it added. 

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Pulwama aftermath: Indian Navy deployed nuclear submarines, aircraft carrier amid heightened tensions with Pakistan

, by KS Ramaswamy

New Delhi: In a major step, the Indian Navy on Sunday said it had deployed its frontline warships, including nuclear submarines and aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, near the Pakistan waters in the Arabian Sea, which had forced the Pakistan Navy to remain close to its coastline during India-Pakistan tensions.

Navy sources said nuclear submarine INS Chakra was deployed with the Carrier Battle Group of INS Vikramaditya to provide protection to it and also be ready to thwart any offensive action.

Representational image. Indian Navy

In a statement issued by the Navy on the "largest war games" codenamed TROPEX, the maritime force said its Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba will get a debrief about the exercise.

"The exercise had commenced 7 January and was planned to be terminated by 10 March. However, the JEM-sponsored terrorist attack on the CRPF convoy in Pulwama on 14 February led to the rapid redeployment of the Indian Navy for Operations in North Arabian Sea," it said.

"The major combat units of the Indian Navy, including the Carrier Battle Group with INS Vikramaditya, nuclear submarines and scores of other ships, submarines and aircraft, swiftly transited from exercise to operational deployment mode as tensions between India and Pakistan escalated," the statement said.

It said the "overwhelming superiority of Indian Navy in all three dimensions forced the Pakistan Navy to remain deployed close to the Makran coast and not venture out in the open ocean".

The navy said "a clear and resolute message regarding the operational posture of the Indian Navy to prevent, deter and defeat any misadventure by Pakistan in the maritime domain was also issued during the tri-services press conference conducted on 28 February."

This is probably the first time that the Navy deployed nuclear submarines — the indigenous INS Arihant and INS Chakra — in an operational role.

About 60 ships of the Indian Navy, 12 ships of the Indian Coast Guard and 60 aircraft were part of TROPEX 19.

"Availability of such a large number of combat ready assets in the theatre of operations for TROPEX allowed the Indian Navy to expeditiously respond to the developing situation in synergy with the other three services,” the navy said.

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Railway Offers Concession 

, by KS Ramaswamy

Railway Offers Concession On Ticket Prices To 53 Categories: All You Need To Know

Only one type of concession is admissible at a time at the choice of passenger and no person is allowed two or more concessions simultaneously.

In the case of Ssenior citizens, no proof of age is required at the time of purchasing tickets.

Indian Railways offer concessions on ticket prices to different categories, the quantum of which ranges from 10 per cent to 100 per cent. The reductions in fares are available for senior citizens, disabled passengers, students, war widows, patients, among others. IRCTC (Indian Railways Catering and Tourism Corporation), the online ticketing platform of Indian Railways, offers concession on senior citizen tickets only. Other concession tickets can be availed at the Passenger Reservation System (PRS) counters at any railway reservation office, according to Indian Railways' website-

Here are 10 things to know about Indian Railways' ticket concessions:

1. All concessional fares are calculated on the basis of fares for mail/express trains irrespective of the type of train, i.e. mail or express or passenger, by which the passenger travels, according to Indian Railways.

2. Only one type of concession is admissible at a time at the choice of passenger and no person is allowed two or more concessions simultaneously.

3. All types of concessions can be availed only when tickets are purchased across the counter at stations and reservation/ booking offices etc. No one is granted concession on the train. 

4. The holder of a concession ticket is not permitted to change the ticket to a higher class even by paying the difference of actual fares.

5.  However, the categories of people eligible for concession in first class (and not in AC 2-tier) can purchase tickets for AC 2-tier sleeper also on payment of the first class concessional fare plus difference of actual fares of AC 2-tier sleeper & first class, noted Indian Railways. 

6. Except senior citizens, concessions on Indian Railways tickets are admissible only on production of the requisite certificate from the concerned person/organization. The documents issued by persons/organizations in other countries are not considered valid for the purpose of concession in India, according to railway's website.

7. In the case of Ssenior citizens, no proof of age is required at the time of purchasing tickets. 

8. Break of journey en-route is not allowed on a concession ticket for a journey for a specific purpose. It is allowed only where a break of journey is a natural event. 

9. Concession is not admissible for a journey where the cost of travel is borne by central/state governments/ local bodies/ corporations or government undertakings, universities, etc.

10. In case where concessional single/return journey tickets or season tickets or circular journey tickets are to be issued for two or more persons, the concessional fare is calculated separately for each person. 


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Indian Navy Recruitment Alert 2019: Apply for SSC Officers

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Navy Recruitment Alert 2019: Apply for SSC Officers via, details here

Indian Navy has invited candidates to fill up SSC Officers in Executive Branch & Education branch. Candidates willing to take up this job can visit the official site of Indian Navy at

Indian Navy Recruitment Alert 2019  

Indian Navy has invited candidates to fill up Short Service Commission Officers in Executive Branch & Education branch. Candidates who are willing to take up this job can visit the official site of Indian Navy at and apply for the post. The last date to register yourself is till April 5, 2019. Latest News: Indian Navy Result 2019 for MR/NMR expected today at, check details here

Indian Navy SSC Officers: Important Dates

Opening date of application: March 16, 2019

Closing date of application: April 5, 2019

Indian Navy SSC Officers: Vacancy Details

Observer: 06 Posts

Pilot (MR): 03 Posts

Pilot (Other than MR): 05 Posts

Logistics: 15 Posts

Education: 24 Posts

Indian Navy SSC Officers: Eligibility Criteria

Educational Qualification

Candidates can check the official notification below for detailed educational qualification.

Indian Navy SSC Officers: Selection Process

Candidates will be selected on the basis of SSB interviews for short-listed candidates to be conducted from May to August 2019.

Other Details

The course will be commencing from January 2020 at the Indian Naval Academy Ezhimala, Kerala. Candidates should be born between 02 Jan 1996 and 01 Jan 2001. For more details, candidates can visit the official site of Indian Navy or can check the official notification for more details.

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, by KS Ramaswamy

Ordinary Family Pension

Ordinary family pension is payable to the widow and children of the officer who died/die while in service or after retirement with a retiring/disability/invalid/ special pension on account of causes which are neither attributable to nor aggravated by service.

Elegible Members of Family for Ordinary Family Pension

  1. Wife lawfully married before or after retirement
  2. A judicially separated wife
  3. Son below the age of 25 years and unmarried daughter (including those illegitimate and adopted legally before or after retirement) or till the date of earning livelihood whichever is earlier.
  4. Widowed/ divorced daughter upto the date of re-marriage and until the earning is not more than Rs. 3500/- + DR p.m. whichever is earlier.
  5. Parents wholly dependant when officer has not left behind a widow/ widower, eligible son or daughter or a widowed/ divorced daughter and the earning of the parent is not more than Rs. 3500/- + DR p.m. The beneficiary is required to furnish income certificate by themselves. The family pension to parents will be admissible with effect from 1.1.1998 but will cover cases where death occurred even prior to 1.1.1998)
In case of parents, the mother will receive the pension first. In addition to above, the following members are also eligible for ordinary family pension:-
  1. Handicapped children- son or daughter suffering from any disorder of disability of mind or physically crippled or disabled so as to render him unable to earn a living even after attaining the age of 25 years.
  2. Post retiral spouses-
  3. Children born out of void or voidable marriage
  4. Children born from divorced wife where conception took place before divorce.
For the purpose of grant of family pension, the Family has been categorized as under vide GOI, MOD letter No. 17(4)/2008(2)/D(Pen/Pol) dt 12-11-2008.
  1. Widow or widower, up to the date of death or re-marriage whichever is earlier;
  2. Son / daughter (including widowed daughter), up to the date of his / her marriage / re-marriage or till the date she starts earining or up to the date of death, whichever is earlier.

  4. Unmarried / widowed / Divorced daughter not covered by Category I above up to the date of marriage / re-marriage or till the date she starts earining or up to the death of death, whichever is earlier.
  5. Parents who were wholly dependent on the Armed Forces personnel when he / she was alive provided the deceased personnel had left behing neither a widow nor a child.

Family Pension to dependent parents, unmarried / divorced / widowed daughter will continue till the date of death.

Ordinary Family Pension in case of Missing Personnel Pensioners

Ordinary family pension in such cases is admissible to the eligible member of the family from the date of lodging FIR six months after the date of lodging FIR or expiry of leave of the officer who has disappeared, whichever is later.

Rates of Ordinary Family Pension

The ordinary family pension at normal rate shall be calculated @ 30% of reckonable emoluments last drawn subject to a minimum of Rs. 3500/- p.m. and a maximum of 30% of the highest pay.
Where on officer dies while in service or after retirement with pension having rendered not less than 7 years continuous qualifying service, the enhanced rate is payable as under.
 The enhanced rate of ordinary family pension is payble for a period of ten years, without any upper age limit from the date following the death of the personnel, to the family of personnel who dies in service.
Death after retirement :-E.R is admissible for 7 years from the date of death of officer or upto the date he would have attained the age of 67 years which ever is earlier in case of officer's death after retirement. The amount of enhanced rate whall be the lowest of the following amounts:
  1. 50% of the reckonable emoluments
  2. amount of retiring/ invalid/ service element of disability pension
For this purpose, reckonable emoluments comprises of pay in pay band including grade pay, Military service pay and NPA, if any, last drawn.

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Disability Pension

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Military Veterans

                                                  Disability Pension

When an officer is invalidated out on account of a disability and the same is attributable to or aggravated by Military service and is assessed and accepted at 20% or more, he is granted Disability Pension.
Disability Pension consists of two elements viz. Service Element and Disability Element. Service element is equal to the retiring pension determined.
Disability Element for 100% disability for various rank is 30% of emoluments last drawn subject to minimum or Rs. 3510/- per month. For disability less than 100%, it shall be reduced proportionally.

Service Element

It is admissible equal to retiring pension as determined vide Para 6 of Govt. of India, Min. of Defence letter no. 17(4)/2008(2)/D(Pen/Pol) dt 12/11/2008 subject to minimum of Rs. 3500/- PM w.e.f 1-1-2006.

Disability Element

Existing rates of disability element are as under:Disability Element for 100% disability for various rank is 30% of emoluments last drawn subject to minimum or Rs. 3510/- PM. For disability less than 100%, it shall be reduced proportionally.
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BCCI set to contribute Rs 20 crore for welfare of Armed Forces

, by KS Ramaswamy

BCCI set to contribute Rs 20 crore for welfare of Armed Forces

Sunday, March 17, 2019
By: TNN 

Source Link: CLICK HERE

The BCCI will donate Rs 20 crore for the welfare of armed forces in the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, where at least 40 CRPF personnel were killed.

It has been learnt that BCCI brass plans to invite senior dignitaries from the Indian armed forces (Army, Air force and Navy) on the day of the IPL opener in Chennai between Chennai Super Kings and Royal Challengers Bangalore on March 23.

"Yes, the CoA has sanctioned Rs 20 crore which will be contributed towards the Army Welfare Fund. On the opening day with both Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli being present, the first portion of the said amount will be handed over to one of the dignitaries," a senior BCCI official privy to the development said.

The CoA had decided against having any glittering opening ceremony for the cash-rich event and instead contribute the entire budget for the welfare of armed forces.

"The budget of IPL opening ceremony was around Rs 15 crore during the last edition. It was a decision that BCCI will raise it to Rs 20 crore. The amount will be contributed towards Army Welfare Fund as well as National Defence Fund," he added.

It was acting president CK Khanna, who had initially proposed to the CoA that a contribution of Rs 5 crore be made in this regard.

"I am not aware of the amount that CoA has earmarked for donation. If it is Rs 20 crore, then it is a great news. This is the least we could do for our soldiers," Khanna said.

During the Australia ODI series, the Indian team wore camouflaged army caps as a mark of respect for the armed forces, a gesture that drew mixed reactions from the fans.

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Army chief warns Pakistan terror groups of another military action if need arise

, by KS Ramaswamy

Army chief warns Pakistan terror groups of another military action if need arise

Sunday, March 17, 2019
By: New Indian Express 

Source Link: CLICK HERE

Isuing a strong warning to cross border terror outfits, Army chief General Bipin Rawat, on Saturday, made it clear that Indian authorities would not shy away from resorting to strong military action against Pakistan based terror groups yet again if it failed to stop pushing terrorism into India.

General Rawat, who was in the state capital at the concluding ceremony of Medex-2019 the field medical exercises of ASEAN and ASEAN Plus countries— said terrorism on Indian soil would not be tolerated. He was speaking at the convention.

Claiming that Indian Army was fully prepared to take action against Pakistan if they meddled with the peace of India, the Army chief said the army was ready with the plan to take action against terror camps still active in Pakistan.

“In future also such strikes will continue. If atmosphere will be vitiated, we will act again,” he said adding that if needed, the army would take action in consonance of political decision irrespective of the ongoing elections.

“Elections do not impact Army’s action,” he stated. The army chief elaborated by saying that plan to target Lashkar camps was also ready and that the Indian army was capable of facing any challenge in the aftermath of airstrikes.

Referring to army action to destroy terror hideouts along the Myanmar border, General Rawat said the Indian Army would not let any terror organisation use Indian soil to carry out terror activities. On joint raids recently conducted by Indian and Myanmar armies on terror camps at the border, General Rawat said he couldn’t divulge the number of camps destroyed but this exercise would continue in future as well.

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Rs 210 crore of Army insurance funds sunk in IL

, by KS Ramaswamy

Case was taken up with AG to prematurely release Platinum grant from AOBF & Tr the lump-sum amount to AGIF to extend the EXTENDED INSURANCE beyond current stipulated period. AG fwd to AGIF which after consideration, replied Financially not feasible. This 26 yrs post retirement or 75 yrs perhaps is the current yardstick but we were deprived of it as our EI has expired much before 75/26 yrs post retirement.

Any knowledge on this, pl share.

The Army Group Insurance Fund Extended Insurance (EI) Scheme provides insurance cover to servicemen after leaving service. It provides Rs 6 lakh for officers and Rs 3 lakh for personnel below officer rank (PBOR) for a period of 26 years after retirement or 75 years of age, whichever is earlier. The amount is received by the family of the ex-serviceman in case of his death. The amount has been recently revised and is now Rs 10 lakh for officers and Rs 5 lakh for PBOR for all those who joined the scheme after January 1, 2014. For those who joined earlier, the amount will remain at the earlier rate of Rs 6 lakh and Rs 3 lakh for officers and PBOR respectively.

Disability Cover:

This concerns an individual who becomes disabled out of service prematurely due to injury or disease. The officers and JCOs/OR with 100 per cent disability will get an amount of Rs 25 lakh and Rs 12.5 lakh respectively. This amount gets proportionately reduced for lower element of disability upto 20 per cent. An ex gratia disability allowance is also granted by AGIF in case a member with 100% disability has been recommended a constant attendant.

AGIF Scholarship Scheme:

AGIF Scholarship Schemes for the sum of Rs 40,000 per annum are provided for wards of officers, JCOs and OR in 12 Army Welfare Educational Institutions (AWES) institutions.

While the Army chose to deny the earlier IANS story on how Army welfare funds may have been deployed in IL&FS bonds, saying, "It is informed that welfare funds of the Indian Army are invested only in nationalised; scheduled banks; PSUs as per existing policy. There is no investment from Army Battle Casualties Welfare Fund and Army Central Welfare Fund in IL&FS bonds as reported. This news article is rebutted for being false, infructuous and mala fide."

IANS has chosen to stick to its report. Here's how Army Group Insurance Fund (AGIF) is infected with this virus.

In its earlier story, now validated, IANS wrote: IANS learns that a few sections of the armed forces, primarily the army, have invested their corpus of funds in the once AAA-rated IL&FS bonds to secure their future. The Indian Army has three specific funds in which fellow countrymen can contribute - Army Welfare Fund Battle Casualties (set up in 2016 after the Siachen avalanche disaster and the Pathankot/Uri incidents), Army Central Welfare Fund and the Paraplegic Rehabilitation Centre Pune - towards the members/families of the armed forces who have made the supreme sacrifice for the nation. It is still not known whether these funds have invested in the virus-laden bonds.

The government does not fund the Army Group Insurance Fund scheme at all. A comparison of insurance cover and duration of cover provided to the generals and the jawans by the AGIF is as follows:

* Number of Generals: 350 (approximately)

* Monthly premium: Rs 5,000

* Annual premium: Rs 60,000

* Lt.-Generals insurance cover up to 60 years

* COAS insurance cover up to 62 years

* Annual contribution Rs 60,000

* Total annual contribution by the Generals is: Rs 60,000 multiplied by 350, which amounts to Rs 2 crore and 10 lakh.

Number of Jawans: 13,00,000 (approximately)

Annual contribution: Rs 30,000

Total annual contribution by jawans is: Rs 30,000 multiplied by 13,00,000, which amounts to Rs 3,900 crore.

These figures apply to just one year. The big question is: Who is tracking these funds? There are no answers to who will bear the liability if the huge amounts parked in toxic IL&FS bonds turn to junk. The first step will be taken if the army authorities begin by acknowledging there is a problem at hand..

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Indian Navy Result 2019 for MR/NMR released at

, by KS Ramaswamy

Indian Navy Result 2019 for MR/NMR released at, direct link to check

Indian Navy has released MR/NMR result anytime today. Candidates who have been waiting for the result can check their results from the official site of Indian Navy at

Photo Credit: Times Now

Indian Navy Result 2019 for MR/NMR


Indian Navy has released MR/NMR result today. Candidates who have been waiting for the result can check their results from the official site of Indian Navy at The recruitment drive will fill up 400 Matric Recruit (MR) for October 2019 batch in Indian Navy across the nation.

The Indian Navy MR examination was conducted from February 23 to 25, 2019. The online application process was started on December 14 and ended on December 30, 2019. The examination was of Multiple Choice Question and the total duration was of 30 minutes.

The job specifications include post of Chef, Steward and Hygienist. The selection process comprises of the performances of the candidates in Computer based Exam followed by Physical Fitness Test and fitness in Medical Examination.

Direct link to check result 

Candidates who have appeared in the examination need to visit the official site of Indian Navy and enter the user name and date of birth and other details to check their result. Once the result is displayed, candidates are advised to download the result for further need. For other related information, candidates can check the official site of Indian Navy.

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Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Here’s How to Download And Use The Voter Helpline App

, by KS Ramaswamy

The app has been designed for developing a culture of avid electoral engagement and making informed and ethical ballot decisions among citizens of the country.

With the 2019 election dates officially announced, the Election Commission of India has started promoting the Voter helpline mobile application. The mobile app is a single point of information and service for voters which was launched back in February.

According to the Election Commission of India the app has been designed for developing a culture of avid electoral engagement and making informed and ethical ballot decisions among citizens of the country. The app also aims to provide a single point of service and information delivery to voters across the country. The mobile application pull live data from ECI’s dynamic portal. The primary objective of the app is to motivate and educate voters.

Through the app, users can look for their personal information in the electoral roll, submit online forms and check the status, file for complaints, get information on the elections, results and more.

State additional chief electoral officer, Manish Ranjan said, “The ECI is going to focus on maximum use of Information Technology (IT) in elections and in this direction, voter helpline mobile application is going to be introduced in the State. Through the app a voter can get all information in this mobile sitting at their home.”

Some of the features of mobile app are that a voter through EPIC number can get all personal information related to election. The EPIC number is a unique number given to the every Indian voter above the age of 18 years by the Commission. A voter can apply for making registration in voter list and can apply for making new voter ID, through and also see his or her name in the voter list.

Apart from making application for inclusion in voter list, a voter through can also apply for changes in his or her name if there is change in assembly constituencies, change in name or address in the booth within the same assembly segment; and raise a concern if he/she thinks that the information provided in the voter list is wrong.

The app is currently available only for Android devices, on the Google Play Store. To download, open the Google Play Store app on your device and search for Voter Helpline. The developer name should be Election Commission of India and the size of the app should be around 11MB. Hit the Install button and wait for the app to download. Once the app is installed, it should be added to your list of apps. In case you can’t find the app, just hit this link.

Once you open the app, you will be greeted with a disclaimer, just accept the option to get into the app. The user-interface is pretty simple and works rather well. The main page gives most of the information where you get tabs like Voter, Forms, Complaint, EVM, Elections and Results. At the bottom, there are more options where users can get additional information under the Explore, Current, Gallery, Downloads, and Voter Helpline buttons.

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