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Tuesday, June 25, 2013

HYDERABAD AIRPORT CUSTOMS SEIZES MEMORY CARDS WORTH 17 LAKHS

PRESS RELEASE
                Acting upon specific intelligence, the officers of Customs Air Intelligence Unit, RGIA, Hyderabad,  intercepted at the exit gate, a passenger by name Shri. Abdul Haleeth of Villupuram, Tamil Nadu who arrived from Dubai by Emirates Flight EK  528  on 24.06.2013. The passenger opted to pass through the Green Channel which is meant for passengers having nothing to declare or not in possession of any dutiable goods. On questioning by the officers, about possession of any dutiable / prohibited goods, the passenger denied and replied in negative.  However, detailed examination of his checked-in bag resulted in recovery of 7275 Nos Toshiba brand 2GB Memory Cards which were deftly concealed in the cavity of wire cable spool and 2000gms of Rhodium liquid concealed inside cloths.  The total value of seized goods is Rs.17 Lakhs. The passenger was interrogated and he admitted the offence.  Further follow-up investigation to nab the kingpin behind the smuggling is going on.
The entire operation was done under the guidance of Shri. R. Manohar, IRS, Additional Commissioner. Assistant / Deputy Commissioners Shri. R.Kalyan & E.V.N Reddy, have supervised the operation. Shri. A.Lakshmi Kanthan & Shri.P.Uma Shankar, Air Customs Superintendents of Air Intelligence Unit effected the seizure.



HYDERABAD-III COMMTE TRANSFER ORDERS

Supdt Hyd III Transfers


Saturday, June 8, 2013

SMT. DEEPA B DASGUPTA TO BE THE NEW CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF VIZAG ZONE

Smt. Deepa B Dasgupta, Chief Commissioner,
SMT. DEEPA B DASGUPTA TO TAKE OVER THE CHARGE AS CHIEF COMMISSIONER OF VIZAG CUSTOMS & CENTRAL EXCISE ZONE.

Thursday, June 6, 2013

TIRUPATI COMMTE INSPECTORS' TRANSFER ORDER

Insp Tr Order Tpt


Hiking retirement age to 62 - In-principle decision taken and DoPT working towards implementation


The government is planning to extend the retirement age of all central government 
employees by two years — from the current 60 to 62 years. Sources said that an
 in-principle decision has been taken in this regard and the department of personnel
 and training (DoPT) has begun the work to implement the same. A formal announcement
 to this effect is expected this year itself.

The last time the government extended the retirement age of central government employees 
was in 1998. It was also a two-year extension from 58. This was preceded by the 
implementation of the 5th Pay Commission, which had put severe strain on government’s
 finances. Subsequently, all state governments followed the Centre’s policy by extending
 the retirement age by two years. Public sector undertakings followed suit too.
The decision to extend the retirement age is well-timed both politically and economically.
The UPA government reckons the move would be a masterstroke. At a time when it is
 buffeted by several corruption cases, it is felt that the extension of the retirement age
 will go down well with the middle classes. Economically also, the move makes sense
 because by deferring payment of lump sum retirement benefits for a large number of 
employees by two years, the government would be able to manage its finances better.
“An in-principle decision has been taken to increase the retirement age by two years 
within this year itself. This would reduce the burden on the fisc from one-time
 payment of retirement benefits for employees including defence and railways
 personnel,” an official involved in the discussion said. With the fiscal consolidation
 high on the government's agenda, this deferment would come handy.
There’s some flip side too if the retirement age is extended by two years. Those officials
 empanelled as secretaries and joint secretaries would have to wait longer to actually 
get the posts. And of course, there is the issue of average age profile of the civil 
servants being turning north.
It is also felt that any extension is not being fair with a bulk of people who still look
 for jobs in the government.
However, officials point out that at least it prevents an influential section of the bureaucracy
 to hanker for post-retirement jobs with the government like chairmanship of regulatory bodies
 or tribunals.
“As it is, a sizeable section of senior civil servants work for three to five years after the retirement
 in some capacity or the other in the government,” said a senior government official. The retirement
 age of college teachers and judges are also beyond 60.

As per a study, the future pension outgo for the existing Central and State government
 employees is estimated at a staggering R1,735,527 crore or 55.88% of GDP at
 market prices of 2004-05.

CADRE RESTRUCTURING OF CBEC

CADRE RESTRUCTURING OF CBEC

Message from: Ravi Malik  
Dear friends,
good evening.
The COS note has been sent to DOPT Secretary today. Now it will be submitted to COS through DOPT. The matter is being pursued and efforts are being made to get the COS meeting held at the earliest.
Love,
Ravi.