HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016 TO ALL MEMBERS

Thursday, April 28, 2016





DATED - 27.04.2016
CIRCULAR

1.       CONFEDERATION ALL INDIA CONFERENCE PRE-PONED TO 2016 AUGUST 16TH,17TH&18TH
Diamond Jubilee year National Conference of the Confederation of Central government Employees & Workers will be held at Chennai on  16th,17th&18th August 2016.Confederation was formed on 16.08.1956. The conference is pre-poned from 26th, 27th & 28th August to 16th, 17th & 18th, as the All India general Strike is on 2nd September 2016. The above dates are final. Notice for the National Conference will be issued shortly.

All India women’s convention of the confederation will also be held along with the National Conference.
All affiliated organisations of the Confederation, All C-O-C’s and all CHQ office bearers and Women’s subcommittee members are requested to decide the names of Delegates/Visitors attending National Conference and  All India Women’s convention, well in advance and book their up and down travel tickets without any delay. Last minute, it will be very difficult to get confirmed tickets.

2.       CELEBRATE DIAMOND JUBILEE OF CONFEDERATION IN ALL STATES BY THE C-O-Cs IN A BEFITTING MANNER BY ORGANIZING AT LEAST ONE PROGRAMME BY EACH C-O-C.
Confederation was formed in the year 1956. The idea was mooted by Com. B N Ghosh, then Secretary General of NFPTE. There were many demands of the Central government Employees which were of a general nature concerning all the Central Government Employees. It was felt by Com B N Ghosh that an organization of all Central Government Employees is required for wider unity and struggle. As such he approached all the Unions and Federations in the central government establishments. Railway and defense federations did not show much interest. However other central government employees organisations showed much enthusiasm.

A joint meeting of all the willing Unions/Federations was held at New Delhi on 16th August 1956 presided by Shri Sarangdhar Das, Member of Parliament. Detailed discussion took place and “Confederation of Central Government Employees & Workers” was formed. Nath Pai, Member of Parliament, was elected as Chairman and S Madhusoodhanan of Civil Aviation was elected as Secretary General. Rest is history. In the formation meeting on 16thAugust 1956 only ten organizations participated. The number of affiliates went on increasing year by year and as on date Confederation is having 112 affiliated organizations.

All the C-O-Cs are requested to celebrate the diamond jubilee in most befitting manner by organizing at least one program by each C-O-C. Senior leaders may be honored in the function.

3.       ALL INDIA TRADE UNION EDUCATION CAMP – 24TH & 25TH MAY 2016- DEHRADUN (UTTARAKHAND)
As already notified, the All India Trade Union Education Camp - 2016 of Confederation will be held at Dehradun on 24th & 25th May 2016. The last two camps held at Mumbai (2014) & Bangalore (2015) was a grand success. The COC Dehradun is actively involved in making all the arrangements for successful conducting of the camp. Detailed circular regarding classes, venue, food, accommodation, climate, contact phone numbers etc will be published shortly. Delegate fee per head is fixed as Rs.600/- (Rs Six hundred only).

All the affiliated organisations and C-OC’s are once again requested to depute the given number of delegates to the camp. The Quota fixed is furnished below.

Name of the affiliated C-O-C’s and the quota of delegates
NFPE – 60, ITEF – 20, Audit & Accounts -10, Atomic energy – 10, Civil Accounts-10
All other affiliated organisations -3 each.
COC West Bengal -20, COC Kerala-15, COC Karnataka-10, COC Tamilnadu-15, COC Andhra-10
COC Delhi-15, All other COCs- 3 each

Please instruct the delegates to book their travel tickets immediately.

4.       OBSERVE MAY DAY JOINTLY WITH OTHER FRATERNAL ORGANISATIONS:
2016 May 1st may be observed as May Day at all important centers jointly with other fraternal organisations. The importance of the International Workers Day and the need to strengthen the unity of working class by building up class-oriented militant struggle against the imperialist neo liberal globalization policies may be explained to the workers

5.       ALL INDIA GENERAL STRIKE :
The national convention of workers at Mavilanka Hall,  New Delhi on 30.03.2016 under the banner of all Central Trade Unions(except BMS) and other Federations/Unions/Associations has decided to organize one day ALL INDIA GENERAL STRIKE  on 2nd September 2016 against the anti - people anti- labor policies of the NDA Govt. The national Secretariat of the Confederation of Central Government Employees and Workers call upon all its affiliated organizations and C-O-Cs to conduct intensive campaign and preparations for ensuring maximum participation of Central government Employees in the general strike. All affiliated organisations are requested to issue their own separate circulars to their lower units instructing them to participate in the strike. Central Government Employees are the worst victims of the neo liberal policies of the NDA Government and hence it is our duty to make the strike a grand success.

6.       GET READY FOR INDEFENITE STRIKE FROM 2016 JULY 11TH ON 7TH CPC RELATED CENTRAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOEES DEMANDS.
The National Joint Council of Action (NJCA) has decided to serve indefinite strike notice to the Govt on 9th June 2016 and to commence indefinite strike from 11th July 2016, if the Govt fails to come to a negotiated settlement on 7th CPC related issues with the JCM National Council Staff Side. In the discussion held on 1st March 2016 with the empowered committee of Secretaries headed by Cabinet Secretary, the Government has not disclosed its mind on any of the demands including minimum wage. Thereafter no discussion took place. NJCA has given enough time as requested by the Government by postponing the strike to July 11th. 7th CPC report was submitted to Govt on 19th November 2015 and almost five months are over now. The developments that are taking place in the country shows that Modi Govt is becoming more and more and more aggressive towards the workers and common people. Unless we go for an indefinite strike, the Govt may not modify the retrograde recommendations of the 7th CPC. Confederation National Secretariat calls up on all its affiliates and C-O-C’s to continue the campaign and prepare the rank and file membership to go for indefinite strike from July 11th. All affiliates should serve the strike notice on June 9th to their respective Departmental heads. Copy of the strike notice should be sent to all lower units without fail. Branch/Units of some of the affiliates of confederation has complained that their All India leadership has not issued any circular or instructions to them to participate in the strike. Without getting instructions from higher bodies they are reluctant to participate in the strike. Hence it is once again requested to all affiliates of Confederation that:-
(1)    Clear instructions may be issued to all lower units now itself to participate in the July 11thindefinite strike.
(2)    Copy of the strike notice served to the Departmental head on  9th June 2016 should be sent to all lower units

With May Day Greetings

Yours fraternally


(M. Krishnan)

Secretary General                           
JOINT STATEMENT BY CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS DENOUNCING UNILATERAL REDUCTION IN EPF INTEREST RATE ON EPF.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016


Shri Sitaram Yechury, Hon'ble MP wrote to Chairman, GDS Committee on GDS issues

Shri Sitaram Yechury, Hon'ble Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha) & Leader CPI(M) Group wrote to the Chairman, GDS Committee on certain important and prominent issues related to GDS for a favourable consideration by the GDS Committee.
 
 
 
 

EPFO AMENDMENTS: GOVERNMENT SHOULD LEARN THE LESSONS


GRANT OF GRADE PAY OF RS.1800/- TO GROUP ‘D’ /MTS WHO RETIRED /EXPIRED FROM SERVICE AFTER 29.08.2008, WITHOUT HAVING BEEN IMPARTED TRAINING.
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Sub: Grant of Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- to Group ‘D’ /MTS who retired /expired from service after 29.08.2008, without having been imparted training.

D.G. Posts O.M. No.1-20/2008-PCC (Pt) dated 08.04.2016.

            Reference have been received in this Directorate seeking guidelines as to how to determine the Grade Pay of those non-matriculate  Group-D employees who retired or dies in harness after the  notification of Revised Pay Rule,2008 but before  being imparted the requisite training to be eligible  for grant  of Grade Pay of rs.1800/- in Pay Band-1.

2.         The matter was referred to DGP&T/Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure. The Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance vide their ID No. 250446/15 dated 29.01.2016 has clarified the issue as under:

“ In this regard , it is clarified that if a non-matriculate Group-D employees  appointed  prior to 1/1/2006, died in harness or retired  before  being imparted  the required training as per training programme issued by D/o Posts vide its letter no. I-55/2009-Trg dated 06.04.2009  due to delay attributable to administrative  reasons and not  due to factors attributable to him, he may be granted  the Grade Pay of Rs.1800/- if the retrained  non-matriculate  Group-D employees have been  given the Grade Pay of Rs.1800/-“

3.         In view of the above, it is therefore requested to take further necessary action to regulate the Grade Pay of all affected Group-D employees who died or retired after implementation of Revised Pay Rules, 2008 but before being imparted the requisite training accordingly

4.         This issues with the approval of the competent authority.

                                                Sd/-
                                                          (R.L. Patel)

                                                             Assistant Director General (GDS/PCC)

Tuesday, April 26, 2016



POSTMAN EXAM 2015-16 RESULT OF UTTARAKHAND CIRCLE(Please click the link below  to view)http://utilities.cept.gov.in/dop/pdf/fileuploads/uk_de_25apr16.pdf


MEETING FOR ORAL EVIDENCE ON GDS MEMORANDUM
FIXED ON 26th MAY-2016





Xth FEDERAL COUNCIL MEETING OF NFPE WILL BE HELD AT GUWAHATI (ASSAM) FROM 7th to 09th SEPTEMBER, 2016

 
REPORT ON HOLDING OF Xth FEDERAL COUNCIL MEETING AT GUWAHATI.-FORMATION OF RECEPTION COMMITTEE

Comrade,

            We are happy to inform that Regional Co-ordination Committee of Postal Employees unions, Assam & N.E, finally decided to hold Xth Federal Council Meeting of NFPE at Guwahati from 7th to 9th September ’2016. In this connection a broad based Reception Committee with the leaders of both the circle of Assam & N.E  has been formed in a broad based meeting  held at Meghdoot Bhawan  on 27-03-16 with  Sri Indibor Dewri Retd. IPOs & Eminent Intellectual as Chairman, Com. M.R.Das Ex. Convenor, RCC of P& T  E.U. Assam & N.E, as Working Chairman, Com D.K.Debnath  Convenor, RCC of Postal Employees Union Assam & NE as General Secretary  & Com. Bishnu Ram Rabha as treasurer respectively. Detail list of Reception Committee will be published later on.

              It is also decided in the meeting that not to pay no TA/ DA will be paid to the Office bearers and Federal Councillors by the Reception Committee. However, free fooding & lodging will be provided by the Reception Committee. But Delegate fee @Rs.1500/-will have to be paid by the visitors.

           It is also proposed to hold Inaugural session, procession, open session & Cultural programme on 7th Sept’16 at District library Auditorium, Guwahati. On 8th & 9th Federal Session & Seminar if any as decided by the Federation will be held at BSNL Multipurpose Hall, Pan Bazer, Guwahati.


                                                                                             Yours Comradely,
                                                                                     (D. K.Debnath )
                                                                                    General Secretary &
                                                              Convenor, RCC of postal EU Assam & NE

Monday, April 25, 2016

Confd.Circular



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No. CONF/NE/2016                                                                                                    Dated: 05-04-2016

MOST URGENT / IMPORTANT

NOTICE FOR THE NATIONAL EXECUTIVE MEETING OF CONFEDERATION

An urgent meeting of the National Executive of the Confederation of Central Govt. Employees & Workers will be held at Dehradun (Uttarakhand) on 24th May’ 2016 (Tuesday). The meeting shall commence at 05.00 PM and continue till close. National Secretariat members, Chief Executives of the affiliated Organizations, General Secretaries of all State level C-o-Cs and main Office bearers of the Women's Sub Committee are requested to attend the meeting.

The following shall be the agenda of the meeting:

AGENDA:

1.   7th CPC related issues and proposed indefinite strike from 11 July 2016 by NJCA.
2.   Proposed One day General Strike by Central Trade Union on 02nd September 2016.
3    Two days All India Workshop of Confederation at Dehradun - Review.
4.   All India Conference of Confederation & All India Women Convention at Chennai (Tamilnadu).
5.   Financial position of Confederation – Decision for improvement.
6.   Issues relating to the affiliated Organizations.
7.   Any other item with permission of the Chair.

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General
To 
1. All National Secretariat Members.
2. Chief Executives of all affiliated Organizations.
3. General Secretaries of State C-o-Cs.
4. Main office bearers of Women's Sub Committee (Not Committee members)

PLEASE BOOK YOUR TRAVEL TICKETS IMMEDIATELY

Two days Trade Union Education Camp of Confederation will be held at Dehradun on 24th & 25th May 2016. Separate Circular enclosed herewith. Please ensure participation of delegates as per quota fixed in the circular.

(M. Krishnan)
Secretary General

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FLASH STRIKE AGAINST PF RULES RESTRICTIONS IMPOSED BY CENTRAL GOVERNMENT





The flash strike against the recent PF Rules, 2016 of the Central Government (i.e., Centre’s new rule on Provident Fund withdrawal) by large section of Garment Factory Workers and other Industrial Workers of Karnataka State on 18th and 19th April 2016 received immense response and there was a massive protest which resulted in road blocks for hours together, thereby the entire traffic of Bengaluru City was paralyzed.  The traffic was also severely affected on Mysore, Tumkur and Hosur roads. 

             The COC Karnataka extended moral support and sympathy for this Labour Movement.  The February 10thnotification was under attack from trade unions from the beginning.  The notification was published in the gazette onFebruary 26 and created technical problems.

            The violence in Bengaluru prompted the Labour Ministry, Govt. of India to cancel the February 10 notification which put restrictions on 100% withdrawal from the PF account.

        Within few hours of protest in Bengaluru and other parts of Karnataka state , the Hon’ble Minsiter for Labour, Shri.Bandaru Dattatreya acted upon and withdrawn the notification issued on February 10th and informed that the old system will continue. This is a victory for the workers of the country.

GOVERNMENT DECIDES TO WITHDRAW THE 10th FEBRUARY-2016 NOTIFICATION WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Labour & Employment

21-April-2016 17:51 IST 

            Government had issued a notification dated 10th February 2016 regarding rules for withdrawal from EPF Funds by the members. Under the revised rules, the employee was permitted to withdraw the employees’ share from the fund (which is 12% of the wages). However, it was prescribed that the employers’ share of contribution towards the Provident Fund (which is 3.67% of wage) would be allowed to be withdrawn only at the age of retirement (58 years). The objective was to provide a minimum social security to the workers at the time of retirement. It was noticed that over 80% of the claims settled by EPFO belonged to pre-mature withdrawal of funds, treating the EPF accounts as savings accounts, and not a Social Security instrument. 

            In order to address the issues the amendment stated above was carried out with the consent of Trade Unions and with the intention of promoting a decent accumulation of provident fund for the members at the end of their working lifetimes. 

            However, considering the representations received from various quarters and after consultations with the various stakeholders, Minister of State (IC) Labour and Employment, Sh Bandaru Dattatreya announced that the government has decided to withdraw the said 10th February 2016 Notification with immediate effect. 

            Accordingly, the workers are now allowed to withdraw the entire amount from the provident fund as per existing provisions of the EPF Scheme 1952 including the employers’ share of 3.67%.   (Release ID: 139046) 21st April,2016.

Friday, April 22, 2016



No. R-III/25/3/2016                               Dated 19-04-2016

To
          The Member (Operation),
          Postal Services Board,
          Dak Bhawan
          New Delhi-110 001

Sub: NSH Howrah downgraded to ICH will be mapped with AMPC Kolkata—Resultant effect

Ref : Dte D.O letter no 20-03/2011 –D  dtd 09.02.2016.

Sir,

      This is the in continuation of this union letter even dtd 08.03.2016 where we expressed our views in brief.

Now , we have collect some data after Implementation of  the  Order issued by CPMG West Bengal circle vide no-1-7/10—D(New Network/L-3 Dated 29th Feb2016 mentioned below:-

1)   Most of all the days nearly 4000 articles are transferred from night set to day set.
2)   A good number of bags are transferred by XL process –which cannot reflected .
3)   70% of the mails received by AMPC of pin 711 & 712 are non machinable.
4)   These mails are handled by the S/A.
Considering all those views we request to review the position properly and urges for rollback the mails to avoid any kind of detention. We want to upheld the image of our mighty deptt.

Thanking You.
                                                                                                            Yours sincerely,

                                                      (Giri Raj Singh)                
   General Secretary.





No. R-III/25/3/2016                               Dated 19-04-2016

To
The Secretary
Deptt of Post
Dak Bhawan.
New Delhi.

Sub: Unilateral decision ---violating the agreement.

Respected Madam,
                                   We are very sorry to say that, Director mail management issued an order in the name of Mail Review vide memo No.30—53/2014-D dated 31.03.2016 in which some proposals were given i/c/w operation of mails in WB Circle .

                                   In particular the NSH concept were introduced  in the light of MNOP. In West Bengal Circle there are enough scope for movement of mails from Kharagpur, Burdwan and Howrah for Air connectivity. So, the views what were expressed in the circular stated above is nothing but a lame excuse. So far, Burdwan and Kharagpur NSH concern at this moment every day the staff are giving their all out efforts to pull up the work  everyday and the airlift connection are taking place regularly .

                                   Authority is trying to take the decision keeping the organization in dark which is also the beach of agreement .
                                 
                Considering these all , we request you earnestly to advise the authority to start a discussion with the service union at the circle level to achieve the target.
                                 
                                 
With regards,
                                                                                                                    Yours sincerely,

                                 (Giri Raj Singh)                   
General Secretary.





Thursday, April 21, 2016


31st AIC Draft Report-

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'SEVENTH PAY COMMISSION FAILS TO ADDRESS WOES OF EMPLOYEES'  (KKN Kutty, President Confederation).  (Click the link below to view)


OBITUARY/SAD NEWS

       Mother of Dr. Charles Lobo, Chief Postmaster General, Tamilnadu Circle passed away on 19.04.2016  at Chennai and lifted to Mangalore for last rites.

  All India RMS & MMS Employees Union Group `C` CHQ  convey its heartfelt condolences to Dr. Charles Lobo and the bereaved family members.

LTC 80 Air Fare with effect from 1st April 2016


LTC Rules stipulates that Central Government Employees entitled to Air Travel while availing LTC will have to travel only by Air India on purchase of Air India LTC 80 Air tickets, a concessional air ticket applicable to Central Government Employees, State Government Employees, PSU Employees etc., when they travel under LTC.

In the event of Travel by private airlines or non-purchase of Air India LTC-80 air ticket, the employee concerned will not be reimbursed with the Air fare claimed under LTC.
However, in case of non-availability of Air India Flights to destination for which travel by LTC is planned, travel under LTC 80 Air tickets can be relaxed on case to case basis
Documents required by Air India for purchasing LTC 80 Air Tickets:
Official ID card. In the case of purchasing LTC 80 Air Tickets for Family members they have to carry the copy of the Identity Card of the employee.

Validity of LTC 80 Air Tickets:

One Year from the date of Issue

Discount applicable to Children and Infants for LTC 80 Air Fare:

Normal discount on the class of travel in respect of Children and they are not entitled to any additional discount. In the case of Infants (Under 2 years) 1st accompanying Infant – Rs.1000 per coupon, Plus applicable taxes. 2nd and more Infants, no discount permissible.

Change of Date and Cancellation of LTC 80 Air Tickets:

Change of Date of Travel and Cancellation of LTC 80 Air Tickets are allowed subject to payment of fee applicable.
Author’s Note: Government insists for purchasing Air India LTC 80 Air tickets for the reasons that these tickets are entititled to Change of dates and cancellation by default. So, neither the Govt nor the employee will incur loss in the event of change of date or cancellation of Travel Plan. In fact, there are many types of Air Fares are available in Air India itself which will be lesser than LTC 80 Air fare after dicounts. However, Air Tickets in discounted price will not be allowed for changing date of travel or cancellation of tickets.

SECTOR & V.V
HLTC (Economy Class)
DLTC (Executive Class)


Base Fare
Base Fare
Agartala
Guwahati
6681

Agartala
Kolkata
5741
12401
Agartala
Silchar
6251

Agatti
Bengaluru
10141

Agatti
Chennai
12796

Agatti
Kochi
10421

Agatti
Kozhikode
9321

Agra
Delhi
7531
18276
Agra
Khajuraho
5741
10801
Agra
Varanasi
6796
15672
Agra
Mumbai
11521

Ahmedabad
Chennai
10376
31056
Ahmedabad
Delhi
8150
20628
Ahmedabad
Hyderabad
9226
23124
Ahmedabad
Mumbai
6201
16992
Aizawl
Guwahati
7201

Aizawl
Imphal
6316
11600
Aizawl
Kolkata
6476
13653
Allahabad
Delhi
8391

Allahabad
Kanpur
6601

Allahabad
Mumbai
12351

Amritsar
Delhi
6216
16880
Aurangabad
Delhi
10951
25552
Aurangabad
Mumbai
6301
16040
Bagdogra
Delhi
12666
25400
Bagdogra
Guwahati
6386

Bagdogra
Kolkata
7286
16040
Bengaluru
Chennai
6551
13196
Bengaluru
Delhi
13551
37156
Bengaluru
Goa
7001
18256
Bengaluru
Hyderabad
7301
19756
Bengaluru
Kochi
6351
13832
Bengaluru
Kolkata
13351
36672
Bengaluru
Mangalore
6786

Bengaluru
Mumbai
9001
19644
Bengaluru
Mysore
6351

Bengaluru
Pune
8034
19568
Bengaluru
Tirupati
7071

Bengaluru
Trivandrum
7301
15148
Bengaluru
Vijayawada
7101

Bhopal
Delhi
6651
20400
Bhopal
Indore
6131
12532
Bhopal
Mumbai
7206
22080
Bhubaneshwar
Chennai
11241

Bhubaneshwar
Delhi
11951
32413
Bhubaneshwar
Kolkata
7256

Bhubaneshwar
Mumbai
12351
34708
Bhubaneshwar
Port Blair
14166

Bhubaneshwar
Varanasi
8550
22080
Bhuj
Mumbai
8391

Chandigarh
Delhi
6151
16708
Chandigarh
Jammu
6901

Chandigarh
Mumbai
11786
31800
Chennai
Coimbatore
6101

Chennai
Delhi
12106
36124
Chennai
Goa
8161
19252
Chennai
Hyderabad
6301
16528
Chennai
Kochi
7101
17512
Chennai
Kolkata
11516
32544
Chennai
Madurai
6101
15212
Chennai
Mumbai
11521
25680
Chennai
Pune
10001
24752
Chennai
Portblair
12361
29712
Chennai
Trivandrum
7451
17521
Chennai
Vishakhapatnam
6651

Coimbatore
Delhi
13401
38824
Coimbatore
Mumbai
10951
25480
Dehli
Dharamsala
6671

Dehli
Durgapur
12011
33272
Dehradun
Delhi
7071
16800
Dehradun
Lucknow
7301

Delhi
Gaya
9001
23124
Delhi
Goa
12471
31260
Delhi
Gorakhpur
7206

Delhi
Guwahati
13461
30304
Delhi
Gwalior
6901
12414
Delhi
Hyderabad
11351
30576
Delhi
Imphal
12731
35200
Delhi
Indore
6701
18868
Delhi
Jabalpur
8251

Delhi
Jaipur
5401
16080
Delhi
Jammu
6251
16636
Delhi
Jodhpur
7556
17140
Delhi
Kanpur
7551

Delhi
Khajuraho
7501
18036
Delhi
Kochi
16001
44268
Delhi
Kolkata
12011
31800
Delhi
Kozhikode
13701
38824
Delhi
Kullu
8151

Delhi
Leh
7351
18072
Delhi
Lucknow
6671
16880
Delhi
Mangalore
13551
37156
Delhi
Mumbai
11901
30160
Delhi
Pantnagar
6151

Delhi
Nagpur
9321
20718
Delhi
Patna
9301
21120
Delhi
Port Blair
25166
44268
Delhi
Pune
12351
33272
Delhi
Raipur
10001
25952
Delhi
Rajkot
11251

Delhi
Ranchi
11761
25080
Delhi
Srinagar
8051
20564
Delhi
Surat
11251
24536
Delhi
Tirupati
12666
35200
Delhi
Trivandrum
15806
44268
Delhi
Udaipur
7636
20880
Delhi
Vadodra
9201
23476
Delhi
Varanasi
7531
20800
Delhi
Vijayawada
11516
31074
Delhi
Vishakhapatnam
13351
35476
Dibrugarh
Dimapur
5101
11076
Dibrugarh
Guwahati
6651

Dibrugarh
Kolkata
9551
17912
Dibrugarh
Lilabari
5901

Dimapur
Guwahati
6551

Dimapur
Imphal
6251

Dimapur
Kolkata
7951
16627
Dimapur
Shillong
5951

Durgapur
Kolkata
6253
16080
Gaya
Kolkata
6351
14350
Gaya
Varanasi
6701
11910
Goa
Kochi
6851
18923
Goa
Hyderabad
7101
18080
Goa
Mumbai
7171
15320
Goa
Pune
6386
16080
Goa
Srinagar
16001

Guwahati
Imphal
6751
16080
Guwahati
Jorhat
5586

Guwahati
Kolkata
6926
16080
Guwahati
Lilabari
7001

Guwahati
Silchar
7101

Guwahati
Tezpur
6286

Gwalior
Mumbai
10551
23146
Hyderabad
Kolkata
12646
29740
Hyderabad
Mumbai
7101
17896
Hyderabad
Pune
7081
17112
Hyderabad
Tirupati
6506
16080
Hyderabad
Varanasi
11761
26256
Hyderabad
Vijayawada
6901
16080
Hyderabad
Vishakhapatnam
6796
16080
Imphal
Kolkata
6131
14280
Imphal
Silchar
6451

Indore
Mumbai
6331
15328
Jaipur
Mumbai
10001
22316
Jammu
Leh
6736
16080
Jammu
Srinagar
6253
16080
Jamnagar
Mumbai
7031
16080
Jodhpur
Mumbai
9836
22180
Jodhpur
Udaipur
6081

Jorhat
Kolkata
6826

Jorhat
Tezpur
5986

Kanpur
Kolkata
9551

Khajuraho
Varanasi
6786
17680
Kochi
Madurai
6151

Kochi
Mumbai
11351
26068
Kochi
Trivandrum
6151
10604
Kolkata
Kochi
13701

Kolkata
Lilabari
9950

Kolkata
Mumbai
12136
35200
Kolkata
Port Blair
14021
31708
Kolkata
Shillong
7331

Kolkata
Silchar
6851
13628
Kolkata
Tezpur
7001

Kozhikode
Chennai
7001

Kozhikode
Kolkata
12106

Kozhikode
Mumbai
11250
27536
Kullu
Pathankot
5851

Leh
Srinagar
6453
16080
Lilabari
Tezpur
5731

Lucknow
Mumbai
11001
29740
Lucknow
Varanasi
6476

Madurai
Mumbai
10801
28285
Mangalore
Mumbai
7936
18752
Mumbai
Diu
6901

Mumbai
Nagpur
6851
18092
Mumbai
Raipur
11650
24396
Mumbai
Rajkot
7131
16080
Mumbai
Ranchi
12701
31360
Mumbai
Srinagar
12666
35200
Mumbai
Surat
6151

Mumbai
Trivandrum
13151
28552
Mumbai
Udaipur
6636
20480
Mumbai
Varanasi
12646
29221
Mumbai
Vishakhapatnam
12051
29616
Port Blair
Vishakhapatnam
12646
29221
Raipur
Bhubaneshwar
6131

Raipur
Nagpur
7031
16080
Raipur
Vishakhapatnam
6101
14199
Shillong
Jorhat
6401

Silchar
Tezpur
5951

Tirupati
Vijayawada
7256

Vishakhapatnam
Bhubaneshwar
7171

Vishakhapatnam
Vijayawada
6901


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