Friday, November 7, 2014


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When married son is eligible for compassionate appointment, why not a married daughter, There cannot be any discrimination between a married son and a married daughter.... Making discrimination between a son and a daughter on the ground of marriage is arbitrary and violative of fundamental right to equality. 

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This is Mahatma Gandhi's first television interview. On 30 April 1931 Gandhi gave this interview to Fox Movietone News and also met the peasants of Bardoli.  
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SUBMISSION OF LIFE CERTIFICATE IN THE MONTH OF NOVEMBER, 2014.

Ministry of Finance
Department of Expenditure
CPAO/Tech/Life Certificate/2014-15/670-711
Dated: 31.10.2014                                           
 
OFFICE MEMORANDUM
Sub: Submission of Life Certificate in the month of November, 2014
Attention is invited to this Office OM No. CPAO/Tech/Pre-2006/Revision/2011-12/191 dated 23rd October, 2012 circulating therewith a copy of CPAO’s’ advertisement in English released in the leading national and regional dailies on 21st October, 2012 regarding obtaining of life certificate in the revised format by the authorized banks from the Central Civil pensioner/ family pensioner in November every year.
It was also advised that the information on the current address and telephone number collected from the Life Certificates is to be updated on the banks master data with the CPPC and the updated master data is required to be sent to CPAO not later than the last week of December every year.
Since the pensioners/family pensioners would start approaching the banks for life certificate from 1st of November, it is reiterated that all Pension Account Holding Branches must be sensitized to ensure the receipt of Life Certificate in the revised format (copy enclosed).
The updated master data must reach CPAO not later than the last week of December, 2014. The modified format of Life Certificate is also available on CPAO’s website www.cpao.nic.in at the link “Forms-For Pensioners” appearing on the left pane of Home Page.
(Vijay Singh)

WHEN MARRIED SON IS ELIGIBLE FOR COMPASSIONATE APPOINTMENT, WHY NOT A MARRIED DAUGHTER, ASKS MADRAS HC

The Times of India



When married son is eligible for compassionate appointment, why not a married daughter, asks Madras HC
Ruling in favour of a complainant, Justice D Hariparanthaman said there cannot be any discrimination between a married son and a married daughter.
CHENNAI: Why is it that a married daughter of a deceased government employee is not eligible for appointment under compassionate grounds while a married son is eligible, Madras high court has wondered. 


Ruling in favour of a complainant on Thursday, Justice D Hariparanthaman said: "There cannot be any discrimination between a married son and a married daughter.... Making discrimination between a son and a daughter on the ground of marriage is arbitrary and violative of fundamental right to equality." 

The matter relates to a writ petition filed by P R Renuka, stating that her father, an office assistant working in the animal husbandry department, died while he was in service in February 1998. He left behind his wife and three married daughters, besides an unmarried daughter. 

Since Renuka was the eldest among them, and also because she had been deserted by her husband and living with her father at the time of the latter's death, she sought employment under compassionate grounds. She also furnished a copy of her divorce decree dated September 9, 1999. 
The authorities rejected her plea on September 16, 2002 stating that she was not entitled for a compassionate appointment because she was married. 
Noting that her divorce came after her father's death, the government informed the court that only an unmarried daughter and or one who was a divorcee at the time of her father's death were eligible for appointment under compassionate grounds. 
Rejecting the contention, Justice Hariparanthaman pointed out that the woman had stated that even before her father's death, she had been living with her parents. Also, the only reason given by authorities to reject her claim to appointment was because she was married. 
"When she has come with a plea that she was deserted by her husband and a decree of divorce was granted, and that she was under the care and control of her father at the time of his death, the government cannot deny compassionate appointment on the ground that the divorce was obtained after the death of her father," said Justice Hariparanthaman. 
Quashing the rejection order, the judge then directed the authorities to provide a compassionate ground appointment to Renuka in eight weeks. 
Sr.Accounts Officer (Tech)