The Interest rates for Deposits is again lowered by 0.1% from 1st July 17

ஜூலை முதல் வட்டி விகிதம் மீண்டும் 0.1% குறைப்பு

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Holding of PA/SA Direct Recruitment for the vacancies of 2011 and 2012-Tentative Schedule:

        Our Postal Directorate announced the Tentative Schedule to holding of PA/SA Direct Recruitment for the vacancies of 2011 and 2012 . The Examinations will be held in about 75 Cities across the country in Three Phases. In Tamilnadu Circle the exam will be held in 1st Phase on 21st April 2013 (Sunday). There would be a total of 1500 examination centres across the country.

Friday, 15 March 2013


Deferred withdrawal from New Pension Scheme allowed.

(a)whether Government was aware about the two day all India strike by different trade unions and associations on February 20 and 21, 2013;
(b)if so, the details of the steps taken by Government to address their issues and avoid the strike; and
(c)whether Government is planning any measures to address the concerns raised by the trade unions?

Implementation of equal wages to contract workers working in permanent job.

Postal department is finalizing the blueprint to set up a bank of its own
Guidelines regarding filling up of APAR with numerical grading.

Thursday, 14 March 2013

புதிய போப் பிரான்சிஸின் வருகை உலகில் சாந்தியும் சமாதானமும் நிலவ வழிவகுக்கட்டும்

                 Argentine Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio's election as pope has broken Europe's centuries-old grip on the papacy, opening the doors on a new age of simplicity and humility for the Roman Catholic Church, mired in intrigue and scandal.
                He is the first South American pontiff, the first non-European pope in 1,300 years and the first to take the name Pope Francis, in honour of St. Francis of Assisi, the 12th century saint who spurned wealth to pursue a life of poverty.
               His elevation on the second day of a closed-door conclave of cardinals came as a surprise, with many Vatican watchers expecting a longer deliberation, and none predicting the conservative 76-year-old Bergoglio would get the nod. He looked as startled as everyone, hesitating a moment on the balcony of St Peter's Basilica before stepping out to greet the huge crowds gathered in the square below to catch a glimpse of the new pontiff.
"I ask a favour of you ... pray for me," he urged the cheering crowds, telling them the 114 other cardinal-electors "went almost to the end of the world" to find a new leader.
He also offered a prayer to his predecessor, Pope Benedict, who resigned unexpectedly last month, after saying he was too frail to tackle the many problems assailing the world's largest organisation, which has an estimated 1.2 billion members.
"Good night and have a good rest," Bergoglio said before disappearing back into the opulent surroundings of the Vatican City - a far cry from his simple apartment in Buenos Aires. Delighted priests, nuns and pilgrims danced around the obelisk in the middle of St Peter's Square, chanting: "Long Live the Pope" and "Argentina, Argentina". In his native Argentina, jubilant Catholics poured into their local churches to celebrate.
"I hope he changes all the luxury that exists in the Vatican, that he steers the Church in a more humble direction, something closer to the gospel," said Jorge Andres Lobato, a 73-year-old retired state prosecutor.

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