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1 www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999 Highlights on Telecom Subscription Data as on 31st August, 2013  Mobile Number Portability requests increased from 97.82 million subscribers at the end of July 2013 to 100.20 million at the end of August 2013. In the month of August 2013 alone 2.37 million requests have been made for MNP.  Active wireless subscribers on the date of Peak VLR in August, 2013 are 735.88 million, 83.94% of the total subscribers.  Broadband subscription reached 15.28 million in August 2013 from 15.24 million in July 2013. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ * Based on the population projections from Census data published by the Office of Registrar General & Census Commissioner of India. Particulars Wireless Wireline Total Wireless+Wireline Total Subscribers (Millions) 876.72 29.46 906.18 Total Net Monthly Addition (Millions) 1.84 -0.12 1.72 Monthly Growth (%) 0.21% -0.41% 0.19% Urban Subscribers (Millions) 525.84 23.07 548.90 Urban Subscribers Net Monthly Addition (Millions) 0.05 -0.07 -0.02 Monthly Growth (%) 0.01% -0.30% -0.003% Rural Subscribers (Millions) 350.88 6.39 357.27 Rural Subscribers Net Monthly Addition (Millions) 1.79 -0.05 1.74 Monthly Growth (%) 0.51% -0.81% 0.49% Overall Teledensity* 71.21 2.39 73.60 Urban Teledensity* 139.65 6.13 145.78 Rural Teledensity* 41.05 0.75 41.80 Share of Urban Subscribers 59.98% 78.31% 60.57% Share of Rural Subscribers 40.02% 21.69% 39.43%2 I. Total Telephone Subscribers  The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 904.46 million at the end of July, 2013 to 906.18 million at the end of August 2013, thereby showing a monthly growth rate of 0.19%. The share of urban subscribers has declined from 60.69% to 60.57% whereas share of rural subscribers has increased from 39.31% to 39.43% in the month of August 2013. With this, the overall Teledensity in India increased from73.54 at the end of July, 2013 to 73.60 at the end of August, 2013.  Subscription in the urban areas slightly declined from 548.92 million in July, 2013 to 548.90 million at the end of August, 2013. Subscription in rural areas increased from 355.54 million to 357.27 million during the same period. The monthly growth rate of urban and rural subscription is -0.003% and 0.49% respectively. The overall urban Teledensity has decreased from 146.02 to 145.78 whereas Rural Teledensity increased from 41.63 to 41.80.3 Overall Teledensity (Circle Wise) Notes:1. Population data/Projections are available state wise only. 2. Teledensity figures are derived from the subscriber data provided by the operators and the population projections published by the Office of the Registrar General & Census Commissioner, India. 3. Delhi Service area, apart from the State of Delhi, includes wireless subscribers of the areas served by the local exchanges of Ghaziabad & Noida (in UP) and Gurgaon & Faridabad (in Haryana). West Bengal service area includes Kolkata, Maharashtra includes Mumbai and Tamil Nadu includes Chennai4 II.Wireless Segment (GSM, CDMA & FWP)  Total wireless subscriber base increased from 874.88 million in July 2013 to 876.72 million at the end of August 2013, registering a monthly growth of 0.21%. The share of urban wireless subscribers has declined from 60.10% to 59.98% whereas share of rural wireless subscribers has increased from 39.90% to 40.02%. The overall wireless Teledensity in India has reached 71.21 from 71.13 of previous month. • Wireless subscription in urban areas increased from 525.78 million in July 2013 to 525.84 million at the end of August 2013. The wireless subscription in rural areas increased from 349.09 million to 350.88 million during the same period. The urban wireless Teledensity has decreased from 139.87 to 139.65 whereas rural Teledensity has increased from 40.88 to 41.05. Detailed statistics is available at Annexure I.5 • Private operators hold 88.38% of the wireless market share (based on subscriber base) where as BSNL and MTNL, the two PSU operators hold only 11.62% market share. The graphical presentations of market shares and shares in net additions of all the service providers during the month of August, 2013 are given below: A. Service Provider wise Market Share as on 31stAugust, 2013. B. Service Provider wise net subscriber addition during August20136 III. VLR Data Out of the total 876.72 million wireless subscribers, 735.88 million were active on the date of Peak VLR for the month of August 2013. The proportion of VLR subscribers is approximately 83.94% of the total wireless subscriber base reported by the service providers. Service Provider wise, Idea leads the tally with 97.80% followed by Vodafone(95.94%) and Bharti (95.05%). Circle-wise, Maharashtra has the highest proportion of VLR subscribers with 89.82% followed by Assam(88.45%) and West Bengal(88.02%).TN (incl. Chennai) has the lowest proportion with 73.47%. The detailed statistics of proportionate VLR is at Annexure II & methodology used for reporting subscriber base/active subscribers is at Annexure IV. A. Proportion of VLR subscribers (Service Provider wise)7 C. Proportion of VLR subscribers (Service Area wise) D. Service Provider wise monthly growth in total wireless subscribers8 E. Service Area wise monthly growth in total wireless subscribers IV.Mobile Number Portability As per the data reported by the service providers, by the end of August 2013 about 100.20 million subscribers have submitted their requests to different service providers for porting their mobile number. In MNP Zone-I (Northern & Western India) maximum number of requests have been received in Rajasthan (about 9.85 million) followed by Gujarat(about 8.67million) whereas in MNP Zone-II (Southern & Eastern) maximum number of requests have been received in Karnataka (about 11.65 million) followed by Andhra Pradesh Service area (about 9.08 million). In the month of August 2013, total number of subscribers who have submitted their request for MNP is 2.37 million. The status of MNP requests in various service areas is given below:9 Service Area Wise MNP Status at the end of August 2013 Zone -1 Zone - 2 Service Area Number of Porting Requests Service Area Number of Porting Requests Delhi 3545211 Andhra Pradesh 9084451 Gujarat 8671557 Assam 376621 Himachal Pradesh 359632 Bihar 2235097 Haryana 3691591 Karnataka 11645797 Jammu & Kashmir 17717 Kerala 4038344 Maharashtra 8133402 Kolkata 2202315 Mumbai 3900999 Madhya Pradesh 5761924 Punjab 3361790 North East 173115 Rajasthan 9856116 Orissa 2141841 Uttar Pradesh - East 5806471 Tamil Nadu 5908762 Uttar Pradesh - West 5665677 West Bengal 3617610 Total 53,010,163 Total 47,185,877 Total(Zone-1 + Zone-2) 100,196,040 Net Addition (in August 2013) 2,372,243 V.Wireline Segment Wireline subscriber base declined from 29.58 million at the end of July 2013 to 29.46 Million at the end of August 2013. Net reduction in wireline subscriber base was 0.12million at the rate of 0.41%. The share of urban subscribers has increased from 78.22% to 78.31% whereas share of rural subscribers has decreased from 21.78% to 21.69%. The overall wireline Teledensity has decreased from 2.40 in July 2013 to 2.39 in August 2013, with urban and rural Teledensity being 6.13 and 0.75 respectively. BSNL and MTNL, the two PSU operators hold 78.48% of the Wireline market share. Detailed statistics are at Annexure-III. The graphical presentation of market share of all service providers as on 31stAugust 2013 is given below:10 A. Service Provider wise Market Share as on 31stAugust 2013 F. Wireline Service Provider wise Net addition/decline during August 201311 VI.Category wise Growth  As can be seen from the following tables, the Circles in Category-B show the highest net addition and Metro Cities show the highest rate of monthly growth in subscriber base in wireless segment. In wireline segment, Metro Cities show the highest net addition and highest rate of monthly growth in subscriber base from July 2013 to August 2013. Category wise Net Additions and subscriber base Category Net Additions during the month of August, 2013 Subscriber Base as on 31st August, 2013 Wireline Wireless Wireline Wireless Circle A -68785 543091 11671540 313264145 Circle B -68411 680761 9055671 348155946 Circle C -33972 61954 1543237 123277550 Metro 50177 556670 7186241 92022822 All India -120,991 1,842,476 29,456,689 876,720,463 Category-wise Growth Rate in Access Service Category Monthly Rate of Growth (July-2013 to August-2013) Yearly rate of growth (August-2012 to August-2013) Wireline Wireless Wireline Wireless Circle A -0.59% 0.17% -5.17% -2.89% Circle B -0.75% 0.20% -8.60% -3.30% Circle C -2.15% 0.05% -19.22% -0.92% Metro 0.70% 0.61% 1.48% -9.17% All India -0.41% 0.21% -5.61% -3.48%  Metros indicate data for Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata. Data for Chennai service area has been included in Circle A, as part of TN12 VII. Broadband (≥ 256 Kbps download) Total Broadband subscriber base has increased from 15.24 million at the end of July 2013 to 15.28 million at the end of August 2013, there by showing a monthly growth of 0.26%. Yearly growth in broadband subscribers is 3.10% during the last one year (August 2012 to August 2013). As on 31st August 2013, there are 162 Internet Service Providers (ISPs) which are providing broadband services in the country. Out of these, 113 ISPs have provided broadband subscription data for the month of August 2013, for the rest of the ISPs data from previous month has been retained. Top five ISPs in terms of market share (based on subscriber base) are: BSNL (9.98 million), Bharti Airtel (1.43 million), MTNL (1.08 million), Hathway (0.37 million) and You Broadband (0.33 million). Contact details in case of any clarification: Manish Sinha, Advisor (F&EA), TRAI Mahanagar Doorsanchar Bhawan Jawahar Lal Nehru Marg, Authorised to issue: New Delhi – 110002, Ph: 011-23221509 Fax: 011-23236650 (Manish Sinha) E-mail: manishsinha@trai.gov.in Advisor (F&EA) Note: Information in this Press Release is based on the data provided by the Service Providers.13 Annexure-I Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Andhra Pradesh 18687740 18797233 7025757 7068318 5867705 5827512 6437001 6414090 11777299 11841114 1850546 1852215 9462258 9430748 Assam 4124458 4164664 2872553 2797143 2527239 2516712 0 0 454738 467449 3573058 3591253 1229270 1231184 Bihar 20336313 20455070 10099084 10146902 6824224 6714586 3435574 3354692 6219068 6134431 4617713 4549294 3796206 3761012 Delhi 9549320 9623075 7799146 7921525 8664884 8771148 2980671 2914262 5041529 5120410 3014411 3103217 0 0 Gujarat 7075725 7095581 7073836 7080826 16345517 16375267 2637561 2621251 8516787 8598851 35773 35773 4312193 4321379 Haryana 2305722 2303020 2338330 2387316 4691657 4650402 2639250 2638911 3832223 3824312 11092 11092 3084036 3079563 Himachal Pradesh 2050762 2069485 1608641 1652661 528579 536436 160906 157200 498508 504266 698467 722024 1539261 1536780 J & K 2491371 2507424 661439 666666 670063 680464 0 0 254455 256201 1963263 1986854 1217294 1224337 Karnataka 16409745 16466244 6845496 6987802 6852639 6880688 5832710 5823244 6445680 6512018 2010834 2099914 7090179 7102915 Kerala 3518732 3569101 3008788 2900724 6401696 6415524 1665553 1648756 8221116 8334452 29883 4883 7945530 7998847 Kolkata 3710519 3725121 4310860 4278873 4360645 4312924 2838353 2855690 1334702 1298540 1971990 2116772 2294715 2288471 Madhya Pradesh 10128619 10136325 13054540 13088860 4121100 4117294 3917536 3912494 15997140 16159265 22694 22694 5100868 5133044 Maharashtra 10099108 10155054 8073865 7659647 13740103 13914757 6098157 6093537 16899373 17141507 1287960 1290048 6514971 6568821 Mumbai 3942595 4027129 6036761 6071016 6668176 6751349 3473845 3446534 3150972 3188846 1661974 1773285 0 0 North East 2812278 2830364 972151 1000492 1049370 1027965 0 0 323097 327257 2324182 2331198 1786335 1795962 Orissa 7194822 7231677 4096834 4308917 3134027 3136595 2035310 2032295 1051642 1044097 2920684 2909434 4529455 4529093 Punjab 7040358 7039163 3289915 3246738 4469107 4469841 2452632 2462960 5842055 5817321 955204 977788 4464036 4454105 Rajasthan 14706557 14780667 5947122 6008917 9194199 9151718 2557082 2482357 5593907 5609610 3488364 3615541 5943014 5886318 Tamil Nadu (incl. Chennai) 13747265 13816251 6704745 6728101 12521250 12599327 5229305 5247431 2392102 2437490 21677757 21809562 9623556 9610099 U.P.(E) 15468807 15390519 10021158 10117706 14584301 14430259 4244771 4244775 7732106 7639518 4334816 4523639 10401924 10281368 U.P.(W) 6504354 6498954 6896294 6938887 9422312 9257263 3765261 3732590 10903107 11019416 109150 109150 4743418 4726569 West Bengal 9483844 9540745 7507486 7697446 11784381 11799332 1662380 1607436 2786600 2743942 3165682 3166750 2985968 2972132 Total 191389014 192222866 126244801 126755483 154423174 154337363 64063858 63690505 125268206 126020313 61725497 62602380 98064487 97932747 Net Addition 833852 510682 -85811 -373353 752107 876883 -131740 Circle Page 1 of 2 Bharti Reliance Vodafone Tata Idea Group Aircel BSNL Wireless Subscriber Base14 Page 2 of 2 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Net Add. Andhra Pradesh 0 0 4474391 4163455 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 65582697 65394685 -188012 Assam 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14781316 14768405 -12911 Bihar 0 0 4532902 4387014 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 59861084 59503001 -358083 Delhi 2602201 2558159 0 0 866151 871408 0 0 0 0 0 0 40518313 40883204 364891 Gujarat 0 0 5050387 4892999 184304 179605 0 0 830170 902144 0 0 52062253 52103676 41423 Haryana 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 971242 1024499 0 0 19873552 19919115 45563 Himachal Pradesh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7085124 7178852 93728 J & K 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7257885 7321946 64061 Karnataka 0 0 0 0 1950734 1931565 0 0 0 0 0 0 53438017 53804390 366373 Kerala 0 0 0 0 439481 436656 0 0 0 0 0 0 31230779 31308943 78164 Kolkata 0 0 0 0 767675 764430 0 0 0 0 0 0 21589459 21640821 51362 Madhya Pradesh 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 970368 1003140 0 0 53312865 53573116 260251 Maharashtra 0 0 5888346 5778334 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 68601883 68601705 -178 Mumbai 1663696 1415220 0 0 0 0 2760361 2825418 0 0 0 0 29358380 29498797 140417 North East 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9267413 9313238 45825 Orissa 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 24962774 25192108 229334 Punjab 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1556594 1607012 30069901 30074928 5027 Rajasthan 0 0 0 0 2117341 2152924 0 0 0 0 0 0 49547586 49688052 140466 Tamil Nadu (incl. Chennai) 0 0 0 0 1140224 1111428 0 0 0 0 0 0 73036204 73359689 323485 U.P.(E) 0 0 7554439 7768776 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 74342322 74396560 54238 U.P.(W) 0 0 5258838 5263136 347253 332071 0 0 0 0 0 0 47949987 47878036 -71951 West Bengal 0 0 0 0 1771852 1789413 0 0 0 0 0 0 41148193 41317196 169003 Total 4265897 3973379 32759303 32253714 9585015 9569500 2760361 2825418 2771780 2929783 1556594 1607012 874877987 876720463 1842476 Net Addition -292518 -505589 -15515 65057 158003 50418 1842476 Annexure-I MTNL Unitech Sistema Loop Videocon Quadrant (HFCL) Total Group Wireless Subscriber Base Circle15 Circle Aircel Bharti BSNL Quadrant (HFCL) Idea Loop MTNL Reliance Sistema Tata Unitech Videocon Vodafone Total Andhra Pradesh 53.28 96.54 66.10 97.16 81.88 72.77 63.15 91.67 84.56 Assam 86.08 98.27 70.92 87.65 78.60 95.24 88.45 Bihar 64.38 95.71 51.52 98.97 84.75 57.40 72.82 96.68 85.25 Delhi 63.94 78.05 98.19 47.64 93.53 47.12 66.45 96.67 83.11 Gujarat 63.27 95.04 62.31 97.24 90.73 42.23 66.01 65.23 50.05 93.66 86.43 Haryana 9.55 97.20 51.82 95.44 86.35 63.84 54.84 95.51 81.50 Himachal Pradesh 55.21 96.27 73.38 106.73 80.29 58.84 103.12 83.99 J & K 84.84 96.41 69.76 86.98 58.24 89.27 84.34 Karnataka 56.70 98.97 56.33 96.44 84.75 59.05 78.01 92.61 85.02 Kerala 60.11 98.24 65.12 98.14 75.71 54.50 76.80 92.16 84.67 Kolkata 86.56 96.55 33.91 94.95 95.06 57.05 79.96 96.36 84.93 Madhya Pradesh 12.30 95.95 54.49 103.19 82.79 71.32 53.97 90.61 87.92 Maharashtra 52.28 97.96 71.72 99.19 94.44 76.50 65.60 97.71 89.82 Mumbai 56.74 96.19 89.46 49.08 60.54 94.26 69.15 91.77 82.30 North East 74.10 97.80 52.76 81.94 75.52 90.28 79.40 Orissa 63.42 96.46 59.26 81.93 75.60 72.67 88.54 78.88 Punjab 44.75 96.34 53.93 57.30 94.71 90.50 63.62 93.90 82.31 Rajasthan 72.40 93.63 46.80 101.76 95.45 52.21 66.64 98.69 85.46 Tamil Nadu (incl. Chennai) 57.02 94.47 48.40 82.00 86.18 56.93 62.78 95.50 73.47 U.P. (E) 66.50 95.09 44.02 98.95 81.82 57.96 70.45 100.58 81.26 U.P. (W) 31.92 89.84 49.40 97.81 85.40 42.64 58.93 75.66 100.15 84.60 West Bengal 64.73 95.97 58.39 93.46 90.96 69.19 57.17 99.19 88.02 Total 63.84 95.05 56.00 57.30 97.80 49.08 52.23 86.68 56.82 68.36 69.02 53.07 95.94 83.94 Proportion of VLR on the date of Peak VLR in the month of Aug, 2013 (%) Annexure-II16 Annexure-III . Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Jul-13 Aug-13 Net Add. Andhra Pradesh 1780858 1769793 126674 124281 88906 88779 163471 164563 5,700 5,910 2165609 2153326 -12283 Assam 192105 191679 720 810 192825 192489 -336 Bihar 374202 373606 5508 5532 10676 10758 210 240 390596 390136 -460 Delhi 1599719 1597453 1091612 1129736 183471 183541 91940 91851 13,830 14,100 2980572 3016681 36109 Gujarat 1513277 1505155 55843 55630 97547 97150 71716 71943 570 540 1738953 1730418 -8535 Haryana 479,607 475,479 24068 23054 5384 5395 25437 26425 0 0 534496 530353 -4143 Himachal Pradesh 260,477 258,081 4620 4654 2430 2406 267527 265141 -2386 J & K 192,623 192,342 0 0 192623 192342 -281 Karnataka 1635253 1625720 495707 490835 115039 115485 146902 148151 4,080 4,230 2396981 2384421 -12560 Kerala 2897991 2886566 56296 48827 53334 53132 11605 11640 3019226 3000165 -19061 Kolkata 896209 891182 94753 110876 81214 81291 36519 37175 1,380 1,290 1110075 1121814 11739 Madhya Pradesh 829865 829339 243615 238473 26038 25807 16533 16862 120 150 1116171 1110631 -5540 Maharashtra 1969776 1956993 70863 68050 99833 99706 244832 246405 3,000 3,090 2388304 2374244 -14060 Mumbai 1948627 1945941 334451 337224 232688 232950 522091 524011 7,560 7,620 3045417 3047746 2329 North East 168348 143493 168348 143493 -24855 Orissa 354764 349014 3628 3645 6568 6617 330 360 365290 359636 -5654 Punjab 947437 940831 106673 102436 24912 24814 16897 16792 198461 200354 300 300 1294680 1285527 -9153 Rajasthan 863610 859306 39652 36187 24326 24299 7385 7760 53377 53141 390 480 988740 981173 -7567 Tamil Nadu (incl. Chennai) 2337138 2324919 489572 480378 147242 147206 73556 73688 2970 2940 3050478 3029131 -21347 U.P.(E) 886296 872179 50962 50931 40395 40438 13750 13970 450 480 991853 977998 -13855 U.P.(W) 624982 623493 24481 21125 5890 5947 8436 8476 270 270 664059 659311 -4748 West Bengal 508998 504659 2110 2127 3749 3727 514857 510513 -4344 Total 19713816 19573829 3548346 3543394 3305222 3318043 1242085 1241898 1474493 1483220 198461 200354 53377 53141 41880 42810 29577680 29456689 -120991 Net Addition -139987 -4952 12821 -187 8727 1893 -236 930 -120991 Wireline Subscriber Base Circle Reliance Tata Quadrant (HFCL) Vodafone Total Group BSNL MTNL Bharti Sistema17 Annexure IV VLR Subscribers in the Wireless Segment Home Location Register (HLR) is a central database that contains details of each mobile phone subscriber that is authorized to use the GSM core network. The HLRs store details of every SIM card issued by the mobile phone operator. Each SIM has a unique identifier called an International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI), which is the primary key to each HLR record. The HLR data is stored for as long as a subscriber remains with the mobile phone operator. HLR also manages the mobility of subscribers by means of updating their position in administrative areas. It sends the subscriber data to a Visitor Location Register (VLR). Subscriber numbers reported by the service providers is the difference between the numbers of IMSI registered in service provider’s Home Location Register(HLR) and sum of other figures as given below:- 1 Total IMSI's in HLR (A) 2 Less: (B=a + b + c + d + e) a. Test/Service Cards b. Employees c. Stock in hand/in Distributional Cannels (Active Card) d. Subscriber Retention period expired e. Service suspended pending disconnection 3 Subscribers Base (A-B)18 Visitor Location Register (VLR) is a temporary database of the subscribers who have roamed into the particular area, which it serves. Each base station in the network is served by exactly one VLR; hence a subscriber cannot be present in more than one VLR at a time. If subscriber is in active stage i.e. he is able to send/receive calls/SMSs he is available both in HLR and VLR. However, it may be possible that the subscriber is registered in HLR but not in VLR due to the reason that he is either switched-off or moved out of coverage area, not reachable etc. In such circumstances he will be available in HLR but not in VLR. This causes difference between subscriber number reported by the service providers and numbers available in VLR. The VLR data calculated here is on the basis of active subscribers in VLR on the date of Peak VLR of the particular month for which the data is being collected. This data is to be taken from the switches having the purge time of not more than 72 hours. ---------www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999

Monday, October 28, 2013

BSNLEU CHQ New _Delhi Latest inf. by AShok Hindocha M-94262 54999

www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com 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: chqbsnleu@sify.com, website: bsnleuchq.com P. Abhimanyu Phone: (O) 011-25705385 General Secretary Fax : 011- 25894862 BSNLEU/102 (Circular No.05) 27 th October, 2013 To, All CEC members and District Secretaries, Dear Comrades, One day strike postponed. The one day strike, that was to take place on 25.10.2013, has been postponed following the settlement reached between the United Forum and BSNL Management. Originally the strike was to take place on 27.09.2013. However, based on the assurances given by the Management, in the talks held on 17.09.2013, the strike was deferred to 25.10.2013. Finally, a settlement was reached in the talks held on 18.10.2013. Based on this, the United Forum has postponed the strike. The decision to postpone the strike was taken, keeping in mind the settlements reached in the issues of NEPP, E 1 pay scale, change of designations, salary reduction of the employees appointed after 01.01.2007, regular promotion of the officiating JTOs, anomalies, revival of telecom factories, revision of pension based on 78.2% IDA merger, etc. However, no settlement is reached in respect of issues like stagnation, PLI etc. It does not mean that we have dropped these demands. We will continue to persue these demands vigorously and will try to settle them as early as possible. 12 th December ‘March to the Parliament’. All the Central Trade Unions of the country have given call to conduct a massive ‘March to the Parliament’, on 12-12- 2013, demanding settlement of the important demands of the working masses. This rally is in continuation of the two day General Strike, held on 20th and 21st February this year. BSNLEU, being part and parcel of this movement, has decided to fully participate in the rally. The All India Centre meeting, held on 23rd October, has decided to mobilise our comrades massively for this rally from the adjacent circles of UP(West), Haryana, UP(East), Punjab and Rajasthan. At the same time comrades from all other circles should also participate in this rally. Observe 'Demands Week' from 18 th to 23 rd November, 2013, to campaign on the demands of the March to Parliament. 'The All India Centre meeting held on 23rd October, has underscored the necessity to effectively campaign among the employees, on the demands of the Central Trade Unions, for which the 12 th December March to Parliament is taking place. Since continuous struggles are being called on this demands, it is expected that the Central Trade Unions will give call for the next phase of the struggle, after the forthcoming March to the Parliament. It should be self-critically accepted that the two day General strike held in February was not very successful in BSNL, because of the inadequate campaigning conducted among the employees on the demands. So, to overcome this shortcoming, the All India Centre has decided, that a 'Demands Week' must be observed from 18 th to 23 rd November, 2013. District and Branch level mass meetings should be conducted during this period and the demands of the Central Trade Unions, on which the 12 th December March to Parliament is being conducted, should be explained. This preparation will be really helpful for conducting the future struggles. Communal harmony and the role of BSNLEU. The issue of communal harmony and the role of BSNLEU was seriously discussed in the All India Centre meeting held on 23.10.2013. In fact, this discussion took place in the back drop of the recent communal riots that took place in Muzzafarnagar and in the nearby districts in Uttar Pradesh. 62 people were killed and thousands of people took shelter in refugee camps. Most of the affected people are not the rich, but ordinary working people. In many parts of the Country, like Bihar, Jammu & Kashmir etc. communal forces are trying to divide the people for their narrow political gains. As an organization of the working class, it is the duty of BSNLEU to maintain communal harmony, unity of the working people and fight against communal forces which divide the people in the name of religion. This is because, when communal riots break out only ordinary working masses belonging to different communities suffer. It is not the corporates or land lords or business tycoons who suffer. As such, trade union movement cannot close it’s eyes andremain silent when communal hatred is being spreaded. Trade unions have the responsibility to maintain communal harmony of the people and fight against communal forces. It was decided to discuss this issue in detail in the next meeting of the CEC and chalk out our course of action. Immediately complete collection of CHQ donation @ Rs.100 per member. It is the decision of the Ludhiana All India Conference, to collect Rs.100 from each and every member as CHQ donation, when payment of 78.2% IDA Merger is made. CHQ is extremely sorry to point out that, so far only a few district unions have completed this collection. It was amply clarified in the AIC itself, that this collection of donation is very essential for the CHQ to tide over it's financial crisis, that has been created because of the purchasing of union's own building in New Delhi. Hence, circle and district secretaries are requested to pay serious attention to this job and gear-up the collection of donation immediately. The collected amount should be promptly remitted to the CHQ. Next CEC meeting to be held at Rajkot, Gujarat, on 21 st , 22 nd and 23 rd February, 2014. The next Central Executive Committee meeting of BSNLEU will be held at Rajkot, in Gujarat Circle, on 21st , 22nd and 23rd February, 2014. The Gujarat circle union has accepted the request of the CHQ to host the next CEC meeting. All members of the CEC are requested to book their journey tickets in advance. Thanking you, Yours fraternally (P.Abhimanyu) GENERAL SECRETARY

Monday, October 21, 2013

Outcome of the talks held between United Forum and BSNL Management on the charter of demands for the one day strike to be held on 25.10.2013. Final round of talks between the United Forum and the BSNL Management took place at 1600 hrs yesterday the 18.10.2013.-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M--94262 54999 hindochaashok@gmail.com Outcome of the talks held between United Forum and BSNL Management on the charter of demands for the one day strike to be held on 25.10.2013. Final round of talks between the United Forum and the BSNL Management took place at 1600 hrs yesterday the 18.10.2013. Com. P. Abhimanyu, GS, BSNLEU, Com. V.A.N. Namboodiri, President, BSNLEU, Com. Suresh Kumar, GS, BSNL MS and Com. R.L. Moudgil, AGS, BSNLEU, represented the United Forum. The Management Side was represented by Shri A.N. Rai, Director (HR), Shri R.K. Goyal, GM (Estt.), Shri Neeraj Verma, GM (SR) and Shri Satish Wadhwa, DGM (SR). The following is the final status of the issues discussed (including the discussion that took place on 17.09.2013). (1) Correct implementation of the NEPP. (a) As regards the Sr.TOAs who were depromoted from 7100 scale to 6550 scale on opting for NEPP, we demanded that they should be retained in 7100 scale. Management agreed to favourably consider this. (b) Our demand that pay scale upgradation of TTAs w.e.f. 01.10.2000 and pay scale upgradation of Drivers should not be treated as promotion under NEPP is accepted. (c) Our demand that the conversion of LDCs to TOAs should not be treated as promotion under NEPP is accepted. (d) As regards average entries for eligibility to promotion under NEPP, the following is accepted. i. For promotions from NE-I pay scale to NE-5 pay scale, 5 average entries will allowed instead of the present 4 average entries. (This means promotion will be given, even if officials are given average entries for all the five years of review). ii. For promotions from NE-5 pay scale to NE-8 pay scale, 4 average entries will be allowed instead of the present 3 average entries for SC/ST employees. For OC employees 3 average entries will be allowed instead of the present 2 entries. iii. For promotions from NE-8 pay scale to NE-10 pay scale, 3 average entries will be allowed to SC/ST employees, instead of the present 2 average entries. For OC employees, 2 average entries will be allowed instead of the present 1 average entry. iv. Our demand that post based promotions given after 01.10.2000 should not be counted as promotion under NEPP was however not accepted. (2) Implementation of E 1 pay scale This is being submitted for the approval of the Management Committee, which is meeting next week. (3) Change of Designations. (a) This will be submitted for the approval of the Management Committee in it’s meeting to be held on 30.10.2013. (b) Representation to BSNLEU in the various committees. Our demand that BSNLEU should be given representation in various committees to be formed, in the 9:5 ratio is accepted. (4) Salary reduction of the employees appointed on or after 01.01.2007. The Committee, consisting of the 3 GMs which was formed to study the issue is giving a positive recommendation shortly. (5) Stagnation. Elaborate discussion took place on this issue. However, our demand that the pay scales from NE-2 to NE-5 should be merged, to settle the stagnation problem was not accepted, on the plea that merger of pay scales would not be accepted by the government.(6) Regular JTO promotion to the officiating JTOs. Management accepted to promote all the officiating JTOs as regular JTOs, by creating super numerary JTO posts. (7) Settlement of anomalies of the 1 st Wage Revision. We demanded that based on the Hon’ble Ernakulam CAT judgement, the pay of all the affected seniors should be stepped at par with their juniors. Management Side said that based on the inputs received from Kerala and AP Circles, settlement of the case will cost the Company to the tune of Rs. 90 crore. After prolonged discussion Management made the following proposals. (a) In respect of the serving employees, stepping up at par with junior will be done prospectively and the proposals will be sent for DoT’s approval. (b) As regards the cases of the employees who are already retired, it will be dealt with in the manner that DoT deals with the pension revision based on 78.2% IDA merger, in respect of those who retired between 01.01.2007 to 10.06.2013. (8) Revival of telecom factories. BSNLEU has already demanded that the telecom factories should be revived, by starting the manufacturing of items such as telephone instruments, batteries, modems, PLB pipes, OFC, etc. In this regard, Management Side gave the following status:- (a) With a view to manufacture telephone instruments in our factories, the Mumbai factory has developed a prototype instrument, which is undergoing the final stage of evaluation. (b) The proposal to manufacture modems is dropped, since it requires the collaboration of a foreign company. (c) Machines are purchased in Kolkata and Jabalpur factories for manufacturing PLB pipes. This is in addition to the machines already hired for the purpose. (d) Management wants to manufacture OFC accessories in our factories. A tender floated for this has flopped. Retendering is being done. (e) Management intends to engage a private company to manufacture batteries in our factories. (We did not agree with this proposal.) (9) Relaxing the eligibility conditions to appear the TM, TTA, JTO and JAO exams. Management Side stated that presently the amendment of TTA Recruitment Rules is under consideration. They will finalise the same after discussion with the unions. Thereafter amendment of JTO etc. will be taken up. We strongly demanded that the qualifying service for JTO LICE should be reduced to 5 years. Management side agreed to examine this. (10) (a) Revision of pension in respect of those who retired between 01.01.2007 and 10.06.2013, based on 78.2% IDA merger. Management has already accepted to take up the issue with the DoT. A DO letter from the CMD on this matter is being sent to the DoT. (b) Payment of arrears to the serving employees, on 78.2% IDA merger. We have demanded that the clause in the DoT order dated 10.06.2013, which denies payment of arrears to the serving employees, should be removed. Management is taking up this issue also with the DoT.(11) Compassionate Ground Appointments. Management agreed to review the cases which are rejected, despite the candidates getting high weightage points. The CGA issue will further be discussed in the forthcoming National Council meeting. (12) Regularisation of the left out TSMs and Casual Labourers. Management Side said that this cannot be done in view of the judgement of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. (13) Productivity Linked Incentive (PLI). We demanded that BSNL should evolve a new PLI formula, based on the DPE letter which says that PLI is not connected with the profitability of the PSU. Management Side agreed to examine this demand. However, they did not accept our demand that one month’s pay should be paid as adhoc PLI, pending finalization of the new PLI formula. (14) Issuing of Presidential Orders in respect of the employees whose training started during DoT’s time, but appointed after formation of BSNL. Management Side said that this case has again been sent for the consideration of the DoT. (15) Option for pay fixation on promotion, on the date of next increment, which fell after 01.10.2000. Management Side informed that this case is rejected by the DoT. (16) Upgradation of pay scales of Sr.TOA, TM, etc. We pointed out that these demands are pending in the promotions committee and demanded that discussion should be started on them. Management Side agreed to look into it. (17) Filling up of back-log SC/ST vacancies. Management Side gave the following status. (a) Special drives were conducted in 2011 and 2012 to fill up the back log vacancies in TTA cadre. (b) Exams were conducted for TM cadre in 2011 and 2013. Any information given by the Union regarding unfilled SC/ST vacancies would be looked into. (c) In JTO cadre, LICE is conducted only this year, for which results are not fully declared. (18) Implementation of reservation in NEPP. This is not accepted, since reservation is available only in post based promotions, as per orders of Hon’ble Supreme Court. (19) Relaxation in qualifying marks for SC/ST employees in Departmental Promotion exams as per DoP&T orders. As per the decision of the National Council, BSNLEU has submitted a memorandum and has held discussion with the Sr.GM (Rectt.) on 31.01.2013. We bitterly complained that the points raised by the Union, with regards to the non-implementation of the DoP&T orders were totally ignored by the Recruitment Branch. For this, the Management Side replied that the complaint of the Union would be appropriately looked into. (20) Revision of the wages of casual labour and TSMs, based on IDA pay scale. This demand is not accepted. (21) Promotion through personal upgradation, of the officials who have completed TM training. Though Management did not accept this demand, they assured to do the needful, if information is provided regarding the details of employees who are awaiting promotion.(22) Review of the JAO and JTO results. We demanded that the results of the JAO and JTO, for which exams were conducted recently should be reviewed, by relaxing the qualifying marks. This demand was not accepted and Management told that fresh exams will be conducted to fill up the left out vacancies. (23) Fresh recruitment of staff. We demanded that Management should make fresh recruitment, since employees are retiring in bulk and acute shortage is there in some cadres. Management Side agreed that fresh blood should come into BSNL. This issue will be further discussed. (24) 5 day / 40 hrs. week. This demand is not accepted. (25) Pensionary benefits of Direct Recruited employees. We have already submitted our proposal in writing. Management side said the Committee formed for the purpose will submit it’s report next week. (26) Giving chance to Non-Executives to appear MT exam. This demand is not accepted. (27) Restoration of LTC, leave encashment on LTC, and medical allowance. This issue was discussed. However, the demand is not accepted in view of the strained financial position of the Company. (28) Payment of minimum wage to contract workers, on par with the wages of the cadres whose work they are doing. This demand is not accepted. (29) Implementation of labour laws in respect of minimum wages and social security measures like EPF, ESI etc. for contract workers. We brought to the notice of the Management that large scale violation is taking place in the implementation of the labour laws, in respect of minimum wages and social security measures such as EPF, ESI etc. Management Side replied that a number of orders have already been issued by the Corporate Office in this regard. They assured to take action on specific cases of violation, if they are brought to their notice. (30) Revision of allowances. The issue was discussed. However, our demand for immediate revision of allowances is not accepted. ****** www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com

Monday, October 14, 2013

www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com Interview with R.K. Upadhyay, Chairman and MD, BSNL Face to Face , Wednesday, 09 October 2013 With a clear agenda for 2013-14, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited-inf.by AShok Hindocha M-94262 54999

www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com Interview with R.K. Upadhyay, Chairman and MD, BSNL Face to Face , Wednesday, 09 October 2013 With a clear agenda for 2013-14, Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is taking steps to regain lost ground. The company plans to focus on broadband and 3G services as well as network expansion and capacity addition over the next few years. In an interview with tele.net, R.K. Upadhyay, chairman and managing director, BSNL, talks about the company’s key focus areas and strategies going forward. Excerpts… How has the company performed over the past year? What were the key achievements? The company has performed well over the past year. BSNL is an integrated telecom service and solution provider. We have the largest 3G network (spread over 1,300 cities) in the country and are the leading player in the broadband space as well. In the broadband segment, we have a market share of 65.78 per cent and the company is present in 628 district headquarters, 6,003 block headquarters, 4,417 cities and 169,201 villages. BSNL launched wireline broadband services in 2005. At present, the company offers these services across district and block headquarters, and major cities and villages. It provides wireline broadband services at competitive and affordable tariffs. These services are available at a minimum speed of 512 kbps and a maximum speed of 24 Mbps. The company also provides triple-play services on fibre-to-the-home technology. In addition to vanilla broadband services, we offer value-added services including IPTV, games, and video- and audio- on-demand. BSNL’s wireline broadband services also support major government programmes like the provision of high speed broadband to universities and colleges (a project undertaken by the Ministry of Human Resource Development) and extending broadband to various police stations and common service centres (an initiative of the Department of Electronics and Information Technology). Moreover, in the wireless and fixed line businesses, BSNL has performed better than other telecom operators. Overall, the company has witnessed positive growth and aims to improve its performance in the years to come. What are the company’s plans for 2013-14? We have an ambitious plan of adding 15 million 2.5G and 3G subscribers to our network across the country. We also plan to replace time division multiplexing (TDM) exchanges (which are over 12 years old) with next-generation network (NGN) equipment, which is currently being procured. NGN equipment will not only help in providing various services to customers but also help the company reduce operational costs. Migrating all main automatic exchange (MAX) switches, provided by the Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), to MAX NGN switches is also on the agenda. This will entail upgrading all C-DOT digital switching systems-MAX to a VoIP network by deploying a network indigenously developed by C-DOT. What progress has been made by the company in terms of financial recovery? Revenues from the mobile and broadband businesses have increased over the past three years. These revenues are expected to increase further, driven by 3G and mobile broadband services. We have also taken various measures to reduce costs. What are the projects planned for 2013-14? The key planned projects include: •Expanding our GSM network •Migrating the existing TDM switches to NGN equipment in the fixed line space •Expanding the IP-MPLS network •Executing various projects for the Department of Telecommunications – the Network for Spectrum initiative, the http://www.tele.net.in/face-2-face/item/13070-interview-with-rk-upadh... 1 of 3 10/9/2013 7:25 PMNational Optical Fibre Network project (for which BSNL is the impleting agency), and establishing a GSM network in left-wing extremist areas. What is the company’s strategy to tap the fast growing mobile broadband space? What are its initiatives in the wireline broadband space? With the launch of 3G services, the bandwidth offered by existing GSM networks has been enhanced significantly. The bandwidth of a network depends on the overall telecom ecosystem comprising content generators, network providers and end-user device suppliers. The absence of any of these elements is likely to have an adverse impact on service penetration. However, currently all the elements of the telecom ecosystem are in sync. Therefore, BSNL is focusing on expanding its network across the country by providing quality services at affordable prices. Our efforts have paid off and we currently offer 3G services in over 1,300 cities and towns. We plan to continue to focus on the 3G segment to tap the fast growing mobile broadband space. How has the uptake of 3G services been? What are some of the key trends observed in this space? Though operators launched 3G services with high expectations, the technology has not caught on owing to the absence of a sustainable ecosystem. Although 3G end-devices are available, they are not affordable. Moreover, utility- centric applications and rural content are unavailable. The situation has improved somewhat, with operators focusing on services such as m-wallet and m-health. Today, operators are pulling out all stops to drive 3G uptake without compromising on capex and opex. BSNL is also taking various initiatives on this front. What are the company’s plans for the rural sector going forward? Over 70 per cent of the country’s population lives in rural areas. As per the National Telecom Policy, 2012, rural teledensity is expected to increase from 35 per cent to 60 per cent by 2017 and to 100 per cent by 2020. Moreover, affordable and reliable broadband-on-demand services would be launched by 2015. The company is present in 581,968 villages (98.04 per cent of the total inhabited villages as per Census 2001) through village public telephones. We offer CDMA services in over 400,000 villages, 2G/3G GSM services in over 350,000 villages and wireline broadband services in over 170,000 villages. We have also developed mobile VAS such as Mandi Bhav, which are targeted at rural customers. The government recently allowed 100 per cent foreign direct investment in the telecom sector. How will the move impact the company’s business? This development is expected to increase the confidence of foreign players in the Indian telecom space and bring in the much-needed foreign investments. Also, the move can help bring in funds, which are urgently required by the sector. This will help the industry provide better quality of services and drive the adoption of latest technologies. The company welcomes this development. How do you see the Indian telecom landscape changing with the finalisation of the unified licence regime? The announcement of the unified licencing regime is a strategic step. The delinking of spectrum from licences will help operators contribute significantly to the growth of telecom services in the country. Large operators may procure a pan-Indian licence while medium-sized players may decide to operate in a limited number of licensed service areas. Smaller operators may choose to operate within secondary switching areas where spectrum is not required. I foresee a positive impact of the regime on the Indian telecom landscape. What are the key challenges faced by the company? What steps have been taken to address these? Last year, we faced several capacity-related issues in the mobile and broadband segments. To counter this, we have procured additional capacity in both the segments and have eliminated capacity constraints in the network. We are selecting NGN equipment to upgrade our fixed line network to an IP-based network, which will provide both fixed line and broadband services. What is the future outlook for the Indian telecom industry? The voice market is stable, with growth mainly coming from Category B and C circles. Broadband is expected to emerge as the key growth driver for the industry in the future. Data services on both wireline and wireless technologies are picking up. The internet subscriber base is also increasing and going forward, telecom operators are expected to focus on internet services to compensate for the stagnation in the voice market. Also, the increased uptake of social networking, banking, security and health-based VAS is expected to provide additional income to telecom operators. http://www.tele.net.in/face-2-face/item/13070-interview-with-rk-upadh... 2 of 3 10/9/2013 7:25 PM www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

07.10.2013 DPE issued orders for increase in IDA w.e.f. 01.10.2013 - an increase of 6.6 %, total IDA of 85.5 %. -inf, by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999. 07.10.2013 Declaration of result of LDCE for promotion to the grade of JTO under 35% and 15% quota: Corporate Office to CGM., Punjab and NE II circle. inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999

07.10.2013 DPE issued orders for increase in IDA w.e.f. 01.10.2013 - an increase of 6.6 %, total IDA of 85.5 %. www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999 07.10.2013 Declaration of result of LDCE for promotion to the grade of JTO under 35% and 15% quota: Corporate Office to CGM., Punjab and NE II circle. .www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999

Sunday, October 6, 2013

BSNL Latest news-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 - on 11-10-2013 further Meeting with BSNL Management- New-Delhi....inf. By Ashok Hindocha

www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999 BSNL Latest news-inf. by Ashok Hindocha M-94262 54999 - on 11-10-2013 further Meeting with BSNL Management- New-Delhi....inf. By Ashok Hindocha 05.10.2013]CEC meeting of AIBDPA being held at Jaipur. The CEC meeting of AIBDPA, is being held at Jaipur from today and tomorrow. Com.A.K.Bhattacharji, President, is presiding over the meeting. The open session of the CEC took place at 1530 hrs. today. The meeting was addressed by com.P.Abhimanyu, GS, BSNLEU. He spoke at length about the efforts being taken by BSNLEU, together with the Forum, to settle pension revision, based on 78.2% IDA merger, as well as other problems being faced by pensioners. The meeting was also addressed by com.K.G.Jayaraj, GS, AIBDPA, com.S.K.Vyas, GS, NCCPA, com.Ravinder Shukla, GS, CITU, Rajasthan, and many others. The meeting will continue tomorrow also and will deliberate on the important issues of the pensioners. <<>> www.bsnleuchq.com [05.10.2013]Talks on the strike demands will be held on 11-10-2013. In continuation of the talks that have taken place on 17.09.2013 on the strike demands, further talks were proposed to be held on 09-10-2013. The Management has already issued notification for this. However, CHQ has requested the Director (HR) to change the date to 11.10.2013, in view of the fact that the General Secretary will be out of Delhi, on 09.10.2013, for medical checkup. As per our request, the date for the talks has been changed to 11.10.2013, for which revised notification has already been issued.<<>> [04.10.2013]BSNLEU writes to BSNL Management on non-declaration of the result of Limited departmental Competitive Exam for the promotion to the grade of JTO(T) 35% & 15% quota held on 02-06-2013.<>www.bsnleuchq.com [04.10.2013]International Action Day observed in the National Capital.<> [03.10.2013]BSNLEU writes to BSNL Management on allotment of funds for payment of Festival Advance to celebrate Dussehra.<>www.bsnleuchq.com [03.10.2013]International Action Day is being observed all over the world today. As per the call of the World Federation of Trade Unions (WFTU), International Action Day is being observed world over today the 03.10.2013, demanding Food, Housing, Health Care, Education and Drinking water to the working people. BSNLEU has already given call to observe the Day, in a befitting manner. Circle Secretaries are requested to send report, with photos on the programme. www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-94262 54999 hindochaashok@gmail.com

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

30.09.2013 IDA increase w.e.f. 01.10.2013 : The Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers for the month of August 2013 increased by 2 points and stood at 237. The IDA increase with effect from 1st October 2013 will be 6.6%, i.e., a total IDA of 85.5%. www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-9426254999 hindochaashok@gmail.com

30.09.2013 IDA increase w.e.f. 01.10.2013 : The Consumer Price Index for Industrial Workers for the month of August 2013 increased by 2 points and stood at 237. The IDA increase with effect from 1st October 2013 will be 6.6%, i.e., a total IDA of 85.5%. www.bsnlnewsbyashokhindocha.blogspot.com M-9426254999 hindochaashok@gmail.com

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