Monday, April 23, 2018

Minimum Government – Maximum Governance: Prime Minister


Minimum Government – Maximum Governance: Prime Minister had given the mantra of ‘Minimum Government, Maximum Governance’.

Ministry of Personnel,
 Public Grievances & Pensions 
PM addresses Civil Servants on the occasion of Civil Services Day

15 awards presented under various categories
Citizen is essential stakeholder of governance, says Dr Jitendra Singh
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today addressed Civil Servants on the occasion of Civil Services Day. He said the occasion is one of Appreciation, Evaluation and Introspection. He described the Prime Minister’s Award as a step towards motivating civil servants, and congratulated the awardees. He said the awards also indicate the priorities of the Government.

He said that the priority programmes such as Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, Deendayal Upadhyay Kaushalya Yojana, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, and Digital Payments, for which awards have been given, are important programmes for New India.

Speaking on the subject of Aspirational Districts, the Prime Minister said that these 115 districts could become growth engines for their entire States. He stressed on the importance of Jan Bhagidaari, or public participation, in development. He said 2022, the seventy-fifth anniversary of independence, can become an inspiration for working towards achieving the India of the dreams of our freedom fighters.

The Prime Minister asserted that all available technology, including space technology, should be used for improving governance. He said it is important for civil servants to keep pace with emerging technologies worldwide.

He described civil servants as people with great capability and said that these capabilities can contribute in a big way, for the benefit of the nation.

The Prime Minister also released two books ‘New Pathways’ and ‘Aspirational Districts: Unlocking Potentials’. The first book ‘New Pathways’ is a Coffee Table Book consisting of significant details of 28 successful Innovations and 34 Success Stories relating to implementation of Priority Programmes viz., PMAY-U, PMAY-G, DDUGKY, PMFBY and Promoting Digital Payments in Districts shortlisted for Prime Minister’s Awards, 2018. ‘Aspirational Districts: Unlocking Potentials’ book relates to development of Strategies for transforming Aspirational Districts and the approach towards development of relevant social and other parameters. NITI Ayog is coordinating the initiative for development of Aspirational Districts.

During the event, “New India-shaping the future”, a film by DARPG was also screened. The film shows initiatives of the 11 districts/organizations selected for PM Awards this year.

Speaking on the occasion, the Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space Dr Jitendra Singh said that it is a platform for civil servants to share their best experiences. He said that during the last four years, the entire format of the Civil Services Day has changed and now the work done for implementation of priority programmes is rewarded under PM awards. He said that in the year 2016, only 74 districts had participated for the PM awards and this number has risen significantly to 599 districts in 2017 and to 643 districts this year.

The Minister also said that Prime Minister had given the mantra of ‘minimum government, maximum governance’. The citizens are essential stakeholders of governance, he added. Speaking about the grievance redressal mechanism of the DARPG, he said that now there is CPGRAMS Portal, dashboard and timelines to redress the grievances of the citizens. He added that the grievances have increased significantly from about 2 lakhs in a year in 2014 to about 16 lakhs in a year now. This is due to the fact that the department has been more responsive, sensitive and prompt to the grievances of the citizens. He also spoke about Pensions Portal, Anubhav and Jeevan Pramaan initiatives of the Department of Pensions & Pensioners’ Welfare. The Minister said that DARPG has also started holding regional conferences outside Delhi and has already held such conferences in places like Guwahati, Nagpur, Jaipur and Chandigarh among others.

The Cabinet Secretary, Shri P. K. Sinha said that this year four priority programmes have been chosen for PM awards. These include Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, Promoting Digital Payments, Pradhan MantriAwas Yojana – Urban & Rural, and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana. He informed that 103 out of 115 aspirational districts have participated for PM’s awards this year. He assured that the civil servants will work to fulfil the dream of Prime Minister’s ‘New India’.
Later the Prime Minister presented 15 awards to the winners in various categories. Under the priority programme, Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana, District West Tripura (Tripura) was awarded under NE & Hill States category and Beed (Maharashtra) was awarded under Other States category. Under ‘Promotign Digital Payments’ Programme, Bishnupur (Manipur) was given award under NE & Hill States category, Daman (Daman & Diu) was awarded under Union Territory and Sonipat (Haryana) was awarded under Other States category. The Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh was awarded under NE & Hill States and Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh given award under Other States category for Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Gramin). For Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (Urban), Puducherry ULB (Puducherry) was awarded under UT category and Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation (Telangana) was awarded under Other States category. For Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Grameen Kaushalya Yojana, Dhemji (Assam) and Karimnagar (Telangana) were given awards under NE & Hill states and Other states categories respectively. Under awards for Innovation, Disitrcit Administration Banka of Bihar was awarded for initiative Unnayan Banka – Reinventign Education using Technology and Team GST, Department of Revenue (GoI) was awarded for their initiative GST – One Nation, One Tax , One Market. Under innovation (AS/JS & Dir/DS category), Team India represented by Shri Shailendra Singh, AS & Shri Ravinder, JS, DIPP (GoI) was awarded for initiative Ease of Doing Business in India and Shri Yugal Kishore Joshi, Director, Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation (GoI) was presented award for Information, Education & Communication of Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin).

Shri Nripendra Misra, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Dr P. K. Mishra, Additional Principal Secretary to Prime Minister, Shri K .V. Eapen, Secretary, DARPG and other senior officers from various Ministries/departments also attended the event.

Source: PIB
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Financial Upgradation and NFG to Pharmacists under MACP


Financial Upgradation and NFG to Pharmacists under MACP
Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists

No.Pay/Tech-I/01 (6th CPC) Pharmacist
Dated: 13.04.2018
To 
All CFAs / Br. AOs
Subject: Grant of financial up gradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists on acceptance of Fast Track Committee Report, the Government of India, vide Min of Fin, Deptt of Expenditure F.No.1/1/2008-IC dated 18.11.2009 was referred to our HQrs office for clarifications on the following points.

(i) Whether the pharmacists (GP Rs.2800/-) who have already been granted higher scale/GP (GP 4200/-) by virtue of ACP or otherwise prior to effective date of OM dated 18.11.2009 are again to be allowed Non Functional Upgradation (GP 4200/-) under the above provisions.

(ii) Further, doubt has been raised regarding mode of fixation of pay while on granting ACP after NFU, as in the case of Pharmacists, the scale/GP granted on account of NFU and the standard/common pay scales applicable for ACP in terms of Annexure-II are same and identical i.e. GP of Rs.4200/- in the PB-2.

In this regard a copy of CGDA No-AT/II/2458-XXIII, dated 01/03/2018 received in this office clarifying the above points is forwarded herewith for information and necessary guidelines.
sd/- ACA (Fys)

Office of the Controller General of Defence Accounts 

Ulan Batar Road, Delhi Cantt 1100010

No.AT/II/2458-XXIII

Dated : 01 Mar,2018

To 
The PCA (Fys) 
Kolkata
Subject: Grant of financial upgradation under ACP/MACP Scheme and Non Functional Grade to Pharmacists.

Reference: Your office letter No Pay/Tech-I/o1 (6th CPC) Pharmacist dated 12-01-2017, 20-02-2017 and 14-09-2017.

The issue of grant of ACP/MACP to Pharmacists referred to HQrs Office vide your office letter dated 12-01-2017 has been examined in consultation with other PCsDA/CsDA. As regard to the first point of doubt referred by your office, it is viewed that grant of NFU (in the grade pay of Rs 4200/-) to the pharmacists who have already been granted GP of Rs 4200/- by virtue of ACP or otherwise as on 01-01-2006 does not appear to be in tune with or supported by the orders regulating the grant of NFU.

2. Further, regarding second doubt raised by your office it is stated that the clarification given at SI No 2 of DOPT OM No 35034/1/97-Estt (D) (Vol-IV) dated 10-02-2000 clearly stipulates that in cases where pay scale given as selection grade/in-situ promotion is not a part of hierarchy, the pay scale granted by virtue of selection grade/in-situ promotion may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP. In view of the provisions ibid it is viewed that the pay scale/grade pay of Rs 4200/- granted by virtue of NFU in the cases of pharmacists which is not a part of hierarchy may be treated to have withdrawn on grant of ACP.

This has the approval of Addl CGDA (PP&W).
sd/- 
(V K Purohit) 
CGDA
Authority: http://pcafys.nic.in/
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NPS Subscribers: Submit FATCA Self-Certification through Online


NPS Subscribers: Submit FATCA Self-Certification through Online

Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Central Registry of Securitization Asset Reconstruction and Security Interest (CERSAI)

Ministry of Finance 
Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority prescribes New NPS Subscriber Registration Form – Additional Mandatory Requirements

Pension Fund Regulatory and Development Authority (PFRDA) has been established by the Government of India for regulation and development of Pension Sector in order to protect the old age income security of subscribers. PFRDA takes various initiatives from time to time in order to simplify and improve the operational issues in National Pension System (NPS) like new functionality development under NPS architecture, simplification of account opening, withdrawal, grievance management etc. In this regard, it has been decided by the Authority to make bank account details and mobile no. mandatory to provide ease of operation for the benefit of subscribers and make the process of Exit from NPS hassle free.

Further, in compliance with the Prevention of Money Laundering Act guidelines issued by the Government of India, Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) and Central Registry of Securitization Asset Reconstruction and Security Interest (CERSAI) have been made mandatory for new as well as existing subscribers. These have been made mandatory in the new Common Subscriber Registration Form (CSRF) forms that are required to be filled in by the new subscribers. The existing subscribers have been provided the facility to submit online FATCA Self-Certification in their login (www.cra-nsdl.com or https://enps.karvy.com/Login/Login ). The information regarding the said functionality is also made available on Central Record-keeping Agency (CRA) websites. The steps to be followed by the subscriber to submit online FATCA self-certification are also mentioned on the website.

It is to be ensured by the subscribers to fill the mandatory fields correctly and not leave them blank in order to avoid rejection of their forms.

How to know your FATCA Compliant Status – Click here
FATCA Self Declaration Format – Click here
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NPS Subscribers: Know your FATCA Compliant Status


NPS Subscribers: Know your FATCA Compliant Status

Click here to Know your FATCA Compliant Status 

Online Submission of FATCA Self-Certification

Subscribers registered on or after July 1, 2014 are mandatorily required to submit FATCA Self–certification
Please follow the steps given below for online Self-Certification:
  • Log-in to your NPS account (please visit www.cra-nsdl.com)
  • Click on sub menu “FATCA Self-Certification” under the main menu “Transaction”
  • Submit the required details under “FATCA/CRS Declaration Form”
  • Click on “Submit”
  • You are requested to read and tick “Declaration & Authorization by all customers”
  • Click on “Confirm”
  • Enter OTP received on your registered mobile number.
  • After Authentication through OTP, Acknowledgment for the completion of FATCA Self-certification will be displayed.
You are requested to provide Online Self-certification even if you have submitted /sent the physical Self-Certification form to CRA.

Kindly note, you are required to submit physical FATCA Self-certification form to your Nodal Office or CRA if your Birth Place, Citizenship and Residence for the Tax Purposes is other than India or you are an US person. The format of the self-certification is provided in below link.

FATCA Self Declaration Format

The form is required to be submitted to Central Recordkeeping Agency (CRA) for NPS at the following address:
NSDL e-Governance Infrastructure Limited, 
1st Floor, Times Tower, Kamala Mills Compound, Senapati Bapat Marg, 
Lower Parel, Mumbai – 400 013

In case you require any clarification or assistance with respect to the above, please contact Ms. Ranjana Chavan / Ms. Mamta Jadhav at 022-40904242.

Please mention “Self-Certification – FATCA/CRS Declaration Form” on top of the envelope

Self-induced contribution (Voluntary and Tier II) and Withdrawal will not be allowed in the CRA system for FATCA non-compliant Subscribers.

Authority: https://www.npscra.nsdl.co.in/
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Saturday, April 21, 2018

Expected DA Calculator from July 2018 for CG Employees and Pensioners


Expected DA Calculator from July 2018 for CG Employees and Pensioners!

Expected DA Calculator from July 2018

Central Government employees losing interest in Dearness Allowance?

It is becoming very obvious these days that the Central Government employees and pensioners are fast losing interest in Dearness Allowance.
Dearness Allowance is given to the Central Government employees once every six months, in order to help them maintain their lifestyle against the rising prices. Fluctuations in the prices of 392 essential items are recorded regularly at 78 various locations and their data is tabulated once every month to calculate the All India Consumer Price Index Number(AICPIN), which is then released by the Centre. Dearness Allowance is thus calculated.
For ten years now, we have been calculating the Dearness Allowance in advance and releasing the numbers. This is why we are able to sense an acute loss of interest among the Central Government employees in recent times to know their next and expected Dearness Allowance.
Dearness Allowance is calculated with the employee’s basic salary. For example, a 7 percent Dearness Allowance for an employee who draws a basic salary of Rs.18000 per month, will translate into Rs. 1260.
All the Central Government employees, defence personnel and pensioners are now being paid as per the recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission, from January 2016 onwards. The Seventh Pay Commission had recommended that no changes shall be made in the Dearness Allowance calculations and the method adopted by the Sixth Pay Commission continues to be followed. The centre too had accepted the recommendations.
Under the Sixth Pay Commission method, the Dearness Allowance had increased by 125 percent in the past ten years, from January 2006 to December 2015. It is worth mentioning that at least thrice, a Dearness Allowance of 10 percent was paid to the employees. The table below shows the Dearness Allowance that was paid once every six months.
Month/Year
Dearness Allowance
January 2016
0
July 2016
2%
January 2017
4%
July 2017
5%
January 2018
7%
July 2018
?
The loss of interest among the employees probably has something to do with the fact that the increase in Dearness Allowance has only been marginal ever since the Seventh Pay Commission was implemented.
There was no Dearness Allowance for the first six months, January to June 2016. Dearness Allowance of only 2 percent was given for July to December 2016. It looked as if something was wrong with the calculations, right from the start, but the employees thought that things will improve with time. The Dearness Allowance for January to June 2017 was a mere one percent, which came as a rude shock to all. And then, Jul to Dec 2017 is 5% and Jan to Jun 2018 is being fixed as 7% as per the calculations.
The centre claimed that it was because they have the prices under control.
So, what is the Dearness Allowance for the second term of 2018, July to December 2018, likely to be? This time too, it is not expected to exceed 3 percent.
We expect the Dearness Allowance to be 9% or 10% with effect from July 2018.
Read our more exclusive articles and Calculators about DA &DR
  • Expected DA Calculator from July 2018
  • DA Table from 1.1.2016 as per 7th CPC
  • DA and DR Arrears Calculator from January 2018
  • Dearness Allowance & Dearness Relief Table (5th, 6th & 7th CPC)
  • AICPIN Chart Data (From 1969 to 2018)
  • Expected DA and DR Calculator from Jan 2018
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Friday, April 20, 2018

Children Education Allowance: Reimbursement of CEA Per Child for Academic Year 2017-18


Children Education Allowance: Reimbursement of CEA Per Child for Academic Year 2017-18

7th CPC CEA: Total Claim for Academic Year 2017-18

Children Education Allowance: CEA is paid to government employees to take care of schooling and hostel requirements of their children. Before VI CPC recommendations, the scheme was known as Children Education Assistance and provided at the following rates:
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7th CPC CEA: Total Claim for Academic Year 2017-18


7th CPC CEA: Total Claim for Academic Year 2017-18
Children Education Allowance: CEA is paid to government employees to take care of schooling and hostel requirements of their children. Before VI CPC recommendations, the scheme was known as Children Education Assistance and provided at the following rates:
Component
Class 1 - X
Class XI-XII
Requirement
Reimbursement of Tuition Fee
 40
50
Reimbursement of Tuition Fee for Disabled and mentally retarded children
100
100
Children Education Allowance  
100
100
In case the government employee is compelled to send his child to a school away from the Station of his posting
Hostel Subsidy
300
300
In case the employee is obliged to keep his children in a hostel away from the Station of his posting and residence on account of transfer.
The VI CPC rationalized the structure to the following:
Component
Recommended rate
Remarks
Children Education Allowance
 Rs.1500 pm
 Whenever DA increases by 50%, CEA shall increase by 25%
Hostel Subsidy
 Rs.4500 pm
 Whenever DA increases by 50%, Hostel Subsidy shall increase by 25%
7th Pay Commission recommended as follows:
Component
Recommended rate (pm)
Remarks
Children Education Allowance
 Rs.1500 x 1.5 = 2250
 Whenever DA increases by 50%, CEA shall increase by 25%
Hostel Subsidy
 Rs.4500 x 1.5 = 6750 (ceiling)
 Whenever DA increases by 50%, Hostel Subsidy shall increase by 25%
The allowance will continue to be double for differently abled children.
Simplification of Procedure for Reimbursement: This is a major area of concern. Many representations have been received by the Commission wherein employees have stated that due to cumbersome procedures, reimbursement has been held up for years. Another issue is the kind of voucher which will be accepted and which kind of voucher will not. The issue has been examined, and the apprehensions expressed are not without merit.
It is recommended that reimbursement should be done just once a year, after completion of the financial year (which for most schools coincides with the Academic year). For CEA, a certificate from the head of institution where the ward of government employee studies should be sufficient for this purpose. The certificate should confirm that the child studied in the school during the previous academic year.
For Hostel Subsidy, a similar certificate from the head of institution should suffice, with the additional requirement that the certificate should mention the amount of expenditure incurred by the government servant towards lodging and boarding in the residential complex. The amount of expenditure mentioned, or the ceiling as mentioned in the table above, whichever is lower, shall be paid to the employee.
The Central Government has decided and notified the allowance shall be admissible with effect from 1st July, 2017.
The total re-imbursement amount can be claimed per child per year:
Re-imbursement Per Child Per Year
M/Y
CEA
HS
DAC
Apr-17
1500
4500
3000
May-17
1500
4500
3000
Jun-17
1500
4500
3000
Jul-17
2250
6750
4500
Aug-17
2250
6750
4500
Sep-17
2250
6750
4500
Oct-17
2250
6750
4500
Nov-17
2250
6750
4500
Dec-17
2250
6750
4500
Jan-18
2250
6750
4500
Feb-18
2250
6750
4500
Mar-18
2250
6750
4500
Total
24750
74250
49500
More updates of Children Education Allowance for CG Employees
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Latest LTC 80 Air Fare List


Latest LTC 80 Air Fare List
Latest and revised fare list of Air India LTC 80 Scheme
Air India LTC 80 Scheme: A new and revised fare list has been published with effect from 1st April 2018 by Air India.
LTC 80 Fare in Air India from 1st April 2018
SECTOR & V.V
HLTC EconomyClass
DLTC ExecutiveClass
BASIC FARE
BASIC FARE
Agartala 
Agartala
Kolkata
8750
17880
Agra 
Agra
Delhi
8750
17880
Agra
Khajuraho
8750
17880
Agra
  Varanasi
9500
19320
Ahmedabad
Ahmedabad
 Chennai
17500
35400
Ahmedabad
Delhi
11050
22440
Ahmedabad
 Mumbai
8750
17880
Aizawl
Aizawl
Imphal
8750
17880
Aizawl
 Kolkata
8750
17880
Amritsar
Amritsar
Delhi
8750
17880
Amritsar
Mumbai
17500
35400
Amritsar
Nanded
17500
35400
Aurangabad
Aurangabad
Delhi
15050
30560
Aurangabad
Mumbai
8250
21000
Bagdogra
Bagdogra
 Delhi
15200
30600
Bagdogra
Kolkata
8750
17880
Bengaluru
Bengaluru
 Bhubaneshwar
15100
30600
Bengaluru
Chennai
8750
17880
Bengaluru
Delhi
19900
40200
Bengaluru
Goa
9500
19320
Bengaluru
Guwahati
19900
40200
Bengaluru
 Hubli
8750
17880
Bengaluru
 Hyderabad
8750
17880
Bengaluru
Kolkata
17500
35400
Bengaluru
Mumbai
11050
22440
Bengaluru
Trivandrum
9500
19320
Bhopal
Bhopal
Delhi
9500
19320
Bhopal
Mumbai
12400
26960
Bhubaneshwar
Bhubaneshwar
Delhi
15100
30600
Bhubaneshwar
 Hyderabad
11350
22440
Bhubaneshwar
 Kolkata
8750
17880
Bhubaneshwar
Mumbai
17500
35400
Chandigarh
Chandigarh
Delhi
8750
17880
Chandigarh
 Leh
8750
17880
Chandigarh
Mumbai
17500
35400
Chandigarh
Pune
17500
35400
Chennai
Chennai
Coimbatore
8750
17880
Chennai
Delhi
19900
40200
Chennai
Goa
9700
19320
Chennai
Hyderabad
9500
19320
Chennai
 Kochi
9500
19320
Chennai
 Kolkata
17500
35400
Chennai
Madurai
8750
17880
Chennai
 Mumbai
15100
30600
Chennai
 Portblair
17500
35400
Chennai
 Trivandrum
9500
19320
Coimbatore
Coimbatore
Delhi
19900
40200
Coimbatore
Mumbai
15100
30600
Delhi
Delhi
Gaya
11050
22440
Delhi
Goa
17500
35400
Delhi
 Guwahati
17500
35400
Delhi
Hyderabad
15100
30600
Delhi
 Imphal
19900
40200
Delhi
 Indore
9500
19320
Delhi
Jaipur
8750
17880
Delhi
Jammu
9500
19320
Delhi
Jodhpur
8750
17880
Delhi
 Khajuraho
8750
17880
Delhi
 Kochi
19900
48240
Delhi
Kolkata
17500
35400
Delhi
Leh
11100
19320
Delhi
Lucknow
8750
17880
Delhi
Mumbai
15100
30600
Delhi
Nagpur
11350
22440
Delhi
Patna
11350
22440
Delhi
 Port Blair
28700
51600
Delhi
Pune
15100
30600
Delhi
Raipur
12050
22440
Delhi
 Rajkot
13300
22440
Delhi
Ranchi
15100
30600
Delhi
 Srinagar
9600
19320
Delhi
Surat
13300
22440
Delhi
Tirupati
19900
40200
Delhi
Trivandrum
20500
49680
Delhi
Udaipur
9500
19320
Delhi
Vadodra
11250
22440
Delhi
Varanasi
9500
19320
Delhi
Vijayawada
17500
35400
Delhi
Vishakhapatnam
17500
35400
Dibrugarh
Dibrugarh
 Kolkata
11600
22440
Dimapur
 Kolkata
9500
19320
Gaya
Gaya
Kolkata
8750
17880
Gaya
Varanasi
8750
17880
Goa
Goa
Mumbai
8750
17880
Guwahati
Guwahati
Imphal
8750
17880
Guwahati
Kolkata
8750
17880
Hubli
Hubli
Mumbai
8750
17880
Hyderabad
Hyderabad
Kolkata
15150
30600
Hyderabad
 Mumbai
9500
19320
Hyderabad
Tirupati
8750
17880
Hyderabad
Vijayawada
8750
17880
Hyderabad
Vishakhapatnam
9500
19320
Imphal
Imphal
 Kolkata
9500
19320
Indore
Indore
Mumbai
9500
19320
Jaipur
Jaipur
Mumbai
12050
22440
Jammu
Jammu
 Leh
10250
17880
Jammu
 Srinagar
8750
17880
Jamnagar
Jamnagar
Mumbai
8750
17880
Jodhpur
Jodhpur
Mumbai
13900
26960
Khajuraho
Khajuraho
Varanasi
8750
17880
Kochi
Kochi
Mumbai
15100
30600
Kochi
Trivandrum
8750
17880
Kolkata
Kolkata
Mumbai
19900
40200
Kolkata
Port Blair
17500
35400
Kolkata
Silchar
8750
17880
Kolkata
Varanasi
9500
19320
Kozhikode
Kozhikode
Mumbai
13250
22440
Leh
Leh
 Srinagar
8800
17880
Lucknow
Lucknow
Mumbai
15100
30600
Madurai
Madurai
Mumbai
15100
30600
Mangalore
Mangalore
Mumbai
9500
19320
Mumbai
Mumbai
Nagpur
9500
19320
Mumbai
Pune
8100
17880
Mumbai
Raipur
13650
22440
Mumbai
Rajkot
12850
23240
Mumbai
Trivandrum
15700
30600
Mumbai
Udaipur
9500
19320
Mumbai
Varanasi
15150
30600
Mumbai
Vishakhapatnam
15100
30600
Port Blair
Port Blair
Visakhapatnam
15150
30600
Raipur
Raipur
Nagpur
8750
17880
Raipur
Visakhapatnam
8750
17880
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