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Monday, July 15, 2013

Imp. Resolutions in CEC Calcutta-by BSNLEU CHQ-New Delhi-inf. By Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 M-94262 54999

BSNLEU CHQ NEW-DELHI- CEC Calcutta latest Resolutions and imp. information by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

BSNL EMPLOYEES UNION Recognised Union in BSNL (Registered Under Indian Trade Union Act 1926. Regn.No.4896) CHQ:Dada Ghosh Bhawan, Opp. Shadipur Bus Depot., New Delhi – 110008 Email:, website: P. Abhimanyu Phone: (O) 011-25705385 General Secretary Fax : 011- 25894862 BSNLEU/102 (Circular No.03) 11 th July, 2013 To, All CEC members and District Secretaries, The landmark CEC meeting held at Kolkata Dear Comrades, The Centrall Executive Committee meeting of BSNLEU was helld from 7 th to 9 th Jully, 2013, at com. Moni Bose Mancha (ICMARD, Cooperative Bhawan) Ulltadanga, Kollkata. The Reception Committee, formed by the West Bengall Circlle Union has made excellllent arrangements for successfulllly hollding the meeting. Inaugural session The CEC meeting started at 1030 hrs on 07 th Jully, 2013, with the fllag hoisting ceremony. The Red Fllag of the Union was hoisted by com. P. Abhimanyu, Generall Secretary. Homage was paid to the martyrs. Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, presided over the meeting and dellivered the presidentiall address. Thereafter, the three day meeting was inaugurated by com. A.K. Padmanabhan, President, CITU. In his inaugurall address, com. A.K. Padmanabhan congratullated the BSNLEU for it’s llandmark victory in the 6 th Membership Verification. He allso congratullated the entire BSNL emplloyees for settlling 78.2% IDA merger issue, through a callll for indefinite strike. Com. A.K.P. paid rich tributes to com. K.G. Bose and to com. Jyoti Basu, 7 th Jully and 8 th Jully, being their birth anniversaries. He drew the attention of the CEC members, to the terror that has been llet lloose on the working cllass movement, by the goons of the rulling Trinimull Congress, in West Bengall. He allso expllained in detaill the attacks being made worlld over on the working masses by the governments follllowing the Neo Liberall Economic Pollicies, inclluding in India, and calllled upon to builld united strugglles of the working cllass against those onsllaughts. Com. A.K. Bhattacharjee, President, AIBDPA and com. Tapas Ghosh, Secretary Generall, BSNL C&CWF allso addressed the inaugurall session. Birth anniversary of com. K.G.Bose. Com.K.G.Bose is one of the llegends of the Indian Trade Union Movement. He is a great visionary and path-finder, who changed the course of the P&T trade union movement of our country. The first day of the Kollkata CEC meeting, i.e., 7 th Jully, was allso the birth anniversary of com.K.G.Bose. On that day, the meeting remembered him in a befitting manner. The lleader's portrait was garllanded by the lleaders. Allll the CEC members paid fllorall tributes. Com A.K.Padmanabhan, President, CITU, com.V.A.N.Namboodiri, President and com.P.Abhimanyu, Generall Secretary, recollllected the contributions and sacrifices of com.K.G.Bose. Allll the CEC members whille subsequentlly delliberating in the subjects committee, expressed their resollve to strengthen the movement in the path shown by com. K.G. Bose.Birth centenary of com. Jyoti Basu. The history of Bengall is filllled with martyrs, revollutionaries and intellllectualls. Com.Jyoti Basu is one of the tallllest personallities among them. 8 th Jully, 2013, was his Birth Centenary. It was the second day of our Kollkata CEC meeting. The entire CEC paid respect with reverence, to com.Jyoti Basu. His portrait was garllanded by the lleaders and the CEC members paid fllorall tributes. The contributions of com.Jyoti Basu to the Indian Working cllass Movement and his strugglles for the uplliftment of the toilling masses were recollllected by com.V.A.N.Namboodiri, President and com.Animesh Mitra, Dy.Generall Secretary. Com.A.K.Padmanabhhan, President, CITU, whille inaugurating the CEC on the previous day, paid gllowing tributes to com.Jyoti Basu. The CEC resollved to work for the idealls, for which com.Jyoti Basu dedicated hisllife. Subjects Committee. Subjects Committee of the CEC started in the post-llunch session of the first day. Com.P.Abhimanyu, Generall Secretary, presented the report on activities, since the llast Extended CEC meeting, helld at Warangall. He made a detailled anallysis of the resullts of the 6 th Membership Verification and the detaills about the settllement of 78.2% IDA merger issue. Other important issues that figured in his presentation were, an overview of the 2 day Generall Strike in BSNL, formation of the GoM, Campaign being llaunched by the Forum to strengthen the viabillity of BSNL, Nationall Convention being helld at New Dellhi on 3 rd August, 2013, llong pending probllems of the emplloyees and the need to llaunch strugglle for the settllement of the same. In the delliberations that follllowed, 44 members of the CEC participated. Concrete anallysis of 6 th verification as wellll as the 2 day Generall Strike was made with reference to each and every circlle. CEC members made rich contributions on allll the important agenda items. In the end, the report presented by the Generall Secretary was unanimouslly approved. Important decisions of the CEC meeting. The follllowing decisions were taken unanimouslly in the CEC meeting:- i) It was decided to llaunch the follllowing programme of action, for the settllement of llong pending probllems. (a) Demonstrations on 19 th July, 2013. (b) Relay Dharna at Corporate Office, Circle and district levels from 21 st to 23 rd August, 2013. (c) One Day Strike on 4 th September, 2013. ii) Circlle Executive Committee meetings are to be conducted in allll circlles at the earlliest, to expllain the decisions of the CEC meeting. iii) BSNL Casuall and Contract Workers Federation (BSNL C&CWF) and Allll India BSNL DoT Pensioners Association (AIBDPA) are to be formed in allll those circlles, where these organizations are not yet formed. This task is to be complleted before the next CEC meeting. iv) Rs.100/- donation is to be collllected for the CHQ, as per the decision of the Ludhiana Allll India conference, from each and every member and the same is to be sent to the CHQ immediatelly. v) The two Allll India office-bearer posts which have remained vacant are filllled up as follllows:- (a) Com. A.M. Patill, Sr.TOA, Godhra, Gujarat, is ellected as Vice-President. (b) Com. Vijay Singh, Tellecom Mechanic, Jaipur is ellected as Organising Secretary.Resolutions passed. The follllowing resollutions were passed unanimouslly in the CEC meeting. (1) Resollution on agitationall programme for the settllement of llong pending probllems. (2) Resollution on the 6 th Membership Verification. (3) Resollution opposing 100% FDI in the Tellecom Sector. (4) Resollution opposing cllosure of the tellegram service. (5) Resollution on casuall and contract llabour issues. (6) Resollution against stagnation. (7) Resollution on GoM and revivall of BSNL. (8) Resollution thanking the Reception Committee. Com.V.A.N. Namboodiri, President announced the decisions of the CEC and allso dellivered vote of thanks. Thereafter, the CEC conclluded with comrades raising sllogans. Open Session. As a fitting finalle to the CEC meeting, the West Bengall Circlle union organized a massive open session at 1500 hrs on 9 th Jully, 2013 in the Mahajati Sadan. Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, presided over the meeting. It was attended by more than 1500 emplloyees, who had come over from allll the districts of West Bengall Circlle. A fantastic cullturall programme was performed by the cullturall troupe of West Bengall Circlle Union. The open session was addressed by com. Shyamall Chakraborty, President, CITU, West Bengall, com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, com.P.Abhimanyu, Generall Secretary, com. Animesh Mitra, Deputy Generall Secretary, com.A.K.Bhattacharjee, President, AIBDPA, and com. Tapas Ghosh, Secretary Generall, BSNL C&CWF. CHQ requests allll the circlle and district secretaries to effectivelly impllement the decisions of the CEC meeting. BSNLEU Zindabad Workers Unity Zindabad Inquillab Zindabad Thanking you, Yours fraternally (P.Abhimanyu) GENERAL SECRETARY M-94262 54999/9426201999

Sunday, July 14, 2013

BSNLEU CHQ New Delhi CEC Meeting held at Calcutta-Important information/Resolutions...inf. byAshok Hindocha M-94262 54999 Ashok Hindocha Mobile Alternate Number 94262-54999 M-94262-01999

Friday, July 12, 2013

UPSC Exam-Raghuvanshi Gaurav- Komal Ganatra- Congratulations from Lohana Yuavk Pragti Mandal Rajkot- M-94262 01999 M-94262-54999 Congratulations to Komal Ganatra- Raghuvanshi Gaurav- From Loahan Yuavak Pragati mandal rajkot

Friday, July 5, 2013

BSNL Employees Donates One Day Salary for Uttarakhand disaster to PM's Relief Fund as Contribution | BSNL TeleServices-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

BSNL Employees Donates One Day Salary for Uttarakhand disaster to PM's Relief Fund as Contribution | BSNL TeleServices

BSNL Employees Donates One Day Salary for Uttarakhand disaster to PM's Relief Fund as Contribution

The Employees of India’s Largest and No:1 Telecom Operator Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited(BSNL) has donated one days salary to Prime Minister’s Relief Fund(PMNRF) for helping the people affected at Uttarakhand disaster.

Forum of BSNL Unions/Associations has unanimously decided to donate one day pay to the Prime Minister’s Relief Fund which will gives some relief to victims of recent natural disaster in Uttrakhand, by the donation of employees. 

The total amount of Rs. Eighteen Crores has been donated by BSNL employees through their salary to Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF) for victims of the Uttrakhand calamity. BSNL Unions/Associations has also suggested that an advance by BSNL be immediately given to Relief Fund, without waiting for the collection.

BSNL employees saluted the Military (including Air Force and all Defence Personnel ) for the continued efforts to save the stranded pilgrims, tourists and local population round the clock, without even considering their own safety.

BSNL launched helpline numbers 1503(from BSNL) and 09412024365 to know the last location of their friends and relatives using BSNL mobile connection in Uttarakhand disaster. BSNL has already restore the services at all major relief centers, at Badrinath, Joshimath, Gaurikund, Gochar, Bakot, Uttarkashi, New Tehri, Dharchula and helipads of Jollygrant and Sahstradhara.

BSNL Management has also making all efforts for the immediate restoration of BSNL services in Uttarakhand, where the employees have been doing their best to restore the services, even working 24 hours without rest.

All the Departments/Organisations may donate like BSNL Employees for Uttarakhand disaster to PM's Relief Fund as Contribution which may helps immediate recovery of Uttarakhand from natural disaster. M-94262 54999

Thursday, July 4, 2013

BSNL Latest News-inf. by Ashok Hindocha Regarding FDI In Telecom....

Business » Industry Published: July 3, 2013 00:03 IST | Updated: July 3, 2013 00:03 IST Telecom Commission approves hike in FDI to 100 per cent Shalini Singh The Telecom Commission has approved the enhancement of the foreign direct investment (FDI) limit in the telecom sector from 74 per cent to 100 per cent. The cumulative FDI between 2000 and 2012 was Rs.57,079 crore or nearly $10 billion (see Chart). The Telecom Commission’s decision will now be submitted to the Union Cabinet for its approval. The move comes on the eve of Finance Minister P. Chidambaram’s visit to the U.S. on July 11, followed by Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal’s week-long visit to the U.S. starting July 15. The announcement also comes on the heels of new balance of payment challenges, with the rupee at an all-time low of nearly 60 per dollar. The announcement has multiple implications for India. Speaking to The Hindu, Mr. Sibal said he expected the move to reenergize the telecom industry out of its legacy debt issues by bringing in at least $10-15 billion of FDI. “By improving connectivity through the highest quality of connectivity and competition, it will further empower the aam aadmi of the country in a meaningful manner,” Mr. Sibal said. He further asserted that security concerns surrounding telecom networks would also be addressed with a firm hand. Exit options Indian investors — Bharti Group in Airtel, Aditya Birla Group in Idea, Tatas in TataTele, Shyam in MTS, Piramal and Vodafone, Reliance in Reliance Infocomm, and Reddys in Aircel — will now be in a position to sell in part or full their stake to the foreign investors, in the event foreign investors have any appetite for further exposure. Maxis and Vodafone are likely to use this opportunity to hike their stake up from 74 per cent. However, when contacted, a Vodafone spokesperson told The Hindu that the company would only comment after Cabinet approval. For Bharti, with investments from Singtel and the Qatar Foundation, the announcement may not lead to immediate dilution. As of December, 2012, the Aditya Birla Group had two major foreign investors — TMI Mauritius (14 per cent) and P5 Asia Investments (10 per cent) as a part of the 45.6 per cent of foreign. NTT Docomo holds up to 26 per cent FDI in Tata Teleservices. Considering the massive debt burden on these companies, they could consider bringing fresh equity with sufficient head room for growth for both FDI and FII (Foreign Institutional Investors). Greenfield unlikely With roughly 900 million mobile subscriptions and a stagnating market, it is unlikely that 100 per cent FDI will result in any massive new inflow of foreign investment in greenfield projects. However, apart from Vodafone, Maxis, and Singtel, some new equity fund could make a play for the existing equity or to buy out Indian equity in an existing venture. By 2014-16, one or two major M&A deals could be in the offing relating to an outright sale of a large Indian telecom operator. The Director-General of the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), Rajan Mathews, did not offer an official comment but cautioned that the main issue revolved around the debt component in relation to 100 per cent FDI rather than just equity. Telecom Commission approves hike in FDI to 100 per cent - The Hindu 1 of 2 03/07/2013 06:49Security issues Considered of strategic importance, 100 per cent FDI in telecom is likely to be accompanied by several caveats and stiff restrictions. The decision will make it virtually impossible for Indian security agencies to cast major discriminatory conditions on the 100 per cent FDI-owned telecom ventures of the future. Even today, with significantly large foreign investments, the difference between Indian-owned and foreign-owned telecom ventures has altogether blurred with hardly any mobile or long distance operator without substantial direct (FDI) or indirect FII foreign holding in the ventures. India has allowed 100 per cent FDI in telecom equipment manufacturing since the early 1990s. Later, the National Telecom Policy 1994 allowed up to 49 per cent FDI in telecom services. India’s mobile sector not just flourished, but also became one of the largest sources for attracting global FDI between 1994 and 2013. Former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran increased the FDI limit to 74 per cent in 2005. The FDI peaked during 2007-2010, and then declined sharply from Rs.12,270 crore in 2009-10 to Rs.7,542 crore in 2011. Keywords: Telecom Commission, FDI hike, foreign direct investment, telecom sector Printable version | Jul 3, 2013 6:48:54 AM | © The Hindu Telecom Commission approves hike in FDI to 100 per cent - The Hindu 2 of 2 03/07/2013 06:49

Tuesday, July 2, 2013 M-94262 54999 APPEAL From Hon. CMD-BSNL-Contribution of ONE DAY SALARY M-94262 54999 APPEAL From Hon. CMD-BSNL-Contribution of ONE DAY SALARY