WHAT IS YOUR CONTRIBUTION FOR GETTING O.R.O.P.?

TO CALCULATE YOUR 7 CPC, DELINKING ARREARS, O.R.O.P.ETC., ARREARS AND REVISED PENSION PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: exweltrust.in

UNITY IS OUR STRENGTH

DEAR VETERANS
OUR UNITY IS VERY IMPORTANT
PLEASE HELP THE POOR JAWANS

THEY ARE MORE IN NUMBER

BRING THEM UNDER YOUR COMMAND
BY LOVE & COMPASSION
THEN YOU SEE HOW
THINGS MOVE WITH THE GOVT


PLEASE THINK IT OVER

7 CPC ORDER HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED BY GOVT.

SOME IMPROVEMENT IN PENSION FOR LOWER RANKS />
ARREARS FROM 01.07.2014.has been paid />
Minimum pension for Sep.Y15 yrs. Rs.17130 />< /> KNOW THE RATES OF DISABILITY PENSIONS

W.E.F.01.07.2014

(FOR PRE 01.01.06)(100%)
READ CDA CIRCULAR 555
Table No.76(FOR 100%)
READ CIRCULAR 555
OTHER RANKS (FOR 100%)
READ CIRCULAR 555

WAR INJURY PENSION
FOR ALL RANKS (100%)
READ CDA CIRCULAR 555

DISABILITY PENSION &
WAR INJURY PENSION
TO BE PAID WITH D.A.

CONSTANT ATTENDANCE ALLOWANCE
FOR ALL RANKS (FOR 100%)
Rs.4500/-W.E.F. 01.07.2014

MINIMUM SPECIAL FAMILY PENSION
Rs.7000/- W.E.F.01.07.2014 for 6 months service

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IT IS BETTER TO KNOW

YOUR PENSION ENTITLEMENTS THAN

YOUR LIQUOR QUOTA

HELP ALL TO GET
CORRECT PENSION FROM BANKS

REMEMBER, THAT OUR DEMAND OF

ONE RANK ONE PENSION

ACCEPTED BY GOVT.Circular issued

But Our demands are not fully accepted

OUR FIGHT CONTINUES

JOIN THE MISSION TO WIN

THERE IS NO GAIN WITHOUT PAIN

LET US FIGHT FOR JUSTICE
OROP MEANS
EQUAL PENSION
FOR EQUAL RANK
GROUP,AND SERVICE
IRRESPECTIVE OF DATE
OF RETIREMENT
WHETHER POST 01.01.2006
OR PRE 01.01.2006

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DUAL FAMILY PENSION AGREED BY TN GOVT


"நல்ல நிர்வாகத்தால் வழங்கப்படும்

நீதி தான் உயர்ந்தது.

நீதி மன்றங்களினால் பெறப்படும் நீதிகள்

நிர்வாகத்துக்கு பெரும் அவமானம்

என்பதை நிர்வாகம்

(Ministry of Defence)

நன்கு உணர வேண்டும்."

DE LINKING ORDER ISSUED ON 30SEP16

ARREARS FOR CIR.547,548 & 560 TO BE

PAID TO ALL ELIGIBLE PENSIONERS BY BANKS

தமிழக அரசு இரண்டு குடும்ப பென்சன்

வழங்க அனுமதி அளித்துவிட்டது. செய்தி.

முன்னாள் படை வீரர் குடும்பங்களின்

நலன் காப்பது ராணுவ அமைச்சகத்தின்

தலையாய கடமையாகும்

GOVT. OF TAMIL NADU SANCTIONED

SECOND FAMILY PENSION IS A GOOD NEWS.

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Friday, December 30, 2011

ACCEPTING DEATH


The joy of being with grand children.

109 YEARS OLD GRAND GRAND FATHER B.P. BEING CHECKED
 ACCEPTING DEATH

Old people are often more ready to accept their own approaching death than are those who love them.  Persons who have lived fully are not usually afraid to die.  Death is, after all, the natural end of life.

We often make the mistake of trying to keep a dying person alive as long as possible, no matter what the cost.  Sometimes this adds to the suffering and strain for both the person and his family.  There are many occasions when the kindest thing to do is not to hunt for ‘better medicine’ or a ‘better doctor’ but to be close to and supporting of the person who is dying.  Let him know that you are glad for all the time, the joy and sorrow you have shared, and that you, too, are able to accept his death.  In the last hours, love and acceptance will do for more good than medicines.

Old or chronically ill persons would often prefer to be at home, in familiar surroundings  with those they love, than to be in a hospital.  At times this may mean that the person will die earlier.  But this is not necessarily bad.  We must be sensitive to the person’s feelings and needs, and to our own.  Sometimes  a person who is dying suffers more knowing that the cost of keeping him barely alive causes his family to go into debt or children to hunger.  He may ask simply to be allowed to die – and there are times when this may be the wise decision.

Yet some people fear death.  Even if they are suffering, the known world may be hard to leave behind.  Every culture has a system of beliefs about death and ideas about forms of life after death.  These ideas, beliefs, and traditions may offer some comfort in facing death.

Death may come upon a person suddenly and unexpectedly or may be long awaited.  How to help someone we love accept and prepare for his approaching death is not an easy matter.  Often the most we can do is offer support, kindness, and understanding.

The death of a younger person or child is never easy.  Both kindness and honesty are important.  A child-or anyone-who is dying often knows it, partly by what his own body tells him and partly by the fear or despair he sees in those who love him.  Whether young or old, if a person who is dying asks for the truth, tell him, but tell him gently, and leave some room for hope.  Weep if you must, but let him know that even as you love him, and because you love him, you have the strength to let him leave you.  This will give him the strength and courage to accept leaving you.  To let him know these things you need not say them.  You need to feel and show them.

We must all die.  Perhaps the most important job of the healer is to help people accept death when it can or should no longer be avoided, and to help ease the suffering of those who still live.

Credit: “Where there is no Doctor” a Village health care handbook by David Werner.  Revised for India by “The Voluntary Health Association of India” By C.Sathyamala.

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