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MHADA's suggestions/proposal/ recommendations to MCGM on Draft Development Control Regulations 2034

These rules will be detrimental to the property owners of Tenants of Cessed Buildings, Ownership Societies or Leased property.
Please go through the entire proposal minutely and understand its implications.
Please be prepared for a Protest and Mass Movement against these draconian proposal and force MHADA and the govt. to withdraw these suggestions.




ESIC Raises Wage Threshold To Rs 21,000

The Employees' State Insurance Corporation (ESIC) today raised the monthly wage threshold to Rs 21,000, from the current Rs 15,000, for coverage under its health insurance scheme.

In a meeting held today, the ESIC board also decided to give an option to existing insured persons to continue membership even if their wage breaches the ceiling of Rs 21,000 per month.

At present, all those insured under the ESIC scheme lose their membership of ESIC as well as that of the insurance cover if their wage overshoots the ceiling.

"ESIC has raised the threshold wage limit from Rs 15,000 to Rs 21,000," Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya told PTI after the board meeting of ESIC here. Labour Minister is the Chairman of the ESIC Board.

Both the decisions will be implemented from October 1.
Dattatreya added that the move of raising the threshold will help bring in an additional 50 lakh members to ESIC.

At present, ESIC has 2.6 crore insured persons, which covers over 10 crore people, assuming four members of a family.

The minister also said there is a plan to increase the wage threshold for retirement fund body EPFO subscribers and it may be considered in the next meeting of the Central Board of Trustees (CBT).

At present, the wage threshold is Rs 15,000 per month for coverage under its social security scheme. 




Communication from The Central Board of Excise & Customs



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FAQs on Settlement of Arrears in Disputes Act, 2016 



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Annual Medical Check-up for employees registered under ESIC 







Dear Members,

Beware of unknown elements who promise coin delivery, as they turn out to be cheats.


Santosh R. Shetty

Hon. Gen. Secretary










Revised License Granting Procedures

Circular Dated 26.02.2016


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Fire Safety Guidelines

Circular Dated 30.10.2015


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Remittance Of Dues Only Through Internet Banking From January 2016 

All Members are hereby informed that the Central Government vide notification no GSR 360 (E) dated 5th May 2015 has made it mandatory for employers to pay statutory provident fund dues through Internet Banking. 

Thereafter, employers who make payments of less than Rs. 1 lac per month were allowed to make payments through cheques upto December 2015. 

It has now been made compulsory for all employers to make payments through Internet Banking only.

All are hereby directed to remit the PF dues through Internet Banking only.

Payment Of EPF Should Be Made Before 15th Of Every Month
The EPFO has issued EPF Circular No. WSU/9(1)2013/Settlement/35031 dt. 8 Jan., 2016, removing the grace period of 5 days for depositing PF and hence Feb., 2016 onwards the due date shall be 15th instead of 20th.







AHAR President Shri Adarsh Shetty on BBC World News - India Business Report 

Hooch Tragedy.


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Police NOCs Not Required For The Following:


1. Eating House Registration Certificate.

2. Swimming Pool License.

3. Place Of Public Entertainment License [PPEL-A]

4. Place Of Public Entertainment License [PPEL-B]

5. Performance License.




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