Lord Buddha, the Enlightened:

Lord Buddha, say Lord Buddha, the Enlightened, hardly ever talked of the God, the reason being, some historians say, that he himself was a God which factor several others deny but there could hardly be any doubt that He was a Divine Soul. For long 30 years he lived a royal life before he renounced all royal luxuries opting to lead the life of a recluse resorting only to beggings as his alms. His followers were known as bhikshu (beggers) to partially satiate their hunger as Bauddha Dharm didn’t permit them to take full meals. Qeen Yashodhara asked Rahul, her son the heir apparent to the royal legacy, to go and ask Lord Buddha to nominate him as his successor to run the royal state  but what transpired was that he showed him his robes as a beggar meaning thereby that then onwards Rahul too had to resort to a beggarhood falling in line with his father adopting Bhikshu Dharm. Yashodhara swooned on getting the news.      Buddha_thumb.jpg

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Just by the way:

This one is just the trial sort of an exercise to see whether the scipts meant for meneelkanth.blog are able to manifest the requisite clarity and a well meant neatness to satisfy the readers and all those who in some form or the other are connected to the new blog. This short post has only a limited purpose to this extent.


Pension issues–A clarion call with calling a spade a spade by KR Saini:


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As you all know, KR Saini is a crusader and more so in relation to Pension issues in State Bank of India after he joined us, me and RO Shah from Ahmedabad. Both of us were actually the loners at that time to highlight the pension issues like upgradation of pension payable to the retirees of the Bank and several other anomalies severely affecting the pensioners at every level. It all warranted launching of a massive movement to elicit the needful outcome for the purpose. After he appeared on the scene working day and night toiling hardest possible on the mission, his writings on the pension issues published in our blog ‘Avenues’ with the requisite frequency became a much sought after material for the readers as they were quite meaningfully directed to the core points of the issue. It’s practically he who is exclusively managing the running post of ‘Avenues’ as ‘NewsPage’. We are glad that his indefatigable efforts have made it feasible for the latest news on pension issues to reach the readers immediately on their latest release as from the courts and other related quarters. Now that PPR Upadhyaya, a colossus talent wise, too has joined the movement and all are expecting him to deliver the goods in some tangible shape to the SBI pensioners who are most inquisitively hankering for something worth their satisfaction who have been asking in one voice as to how long the still current acrobatics would continue in a barren order and answer to them is that they are judgment seekers and not the judgment givers. The concerned lot is supposed to realise that the light of smiles would have to emerge some day and their patience coupled with a massive movement would have to pay in tangible terms. Pertinently meaningful as they are, some of the writings of KR Saini in the form of comments and pointers, say 3 in number at the moment in the dates of 31st January and 1st February, need to be thoroughly gone through and they shall reach you shortly as separate posts exclusively. Please do study them to feel updated in real terms preferably by advising your reaction directly to him.

Pension issues–A clarion call with calling a spade a spade by KR Saini:


KRSaini

As you all know, KR Saini is a crusader and more so in relation to Pension issues in State Bank of India after he joined us, me and RO Shah from Ahmedabad. Both of us were actually the loners at that time to highlight the pension issues like upgradation of pension payable to the retirees of the Bank and several other anomalies severely affecting the pensioners at every level. It all warranted launching of a massive movement to elicit the needful outcome for the purpose. After he appeared on the scene working day and night toiling hardest possible on the mission, his writings on the pension issues published in our blog ‘Avenues’ with the requisite frequency became a much sought after material for the readers as they were quite meaningfully directed to the core points of the issue. It’s practically he who is exclusively managing the running post of ‘Avenues’ as ‘NewsPage’. We are glad that his indefatigable efforts have made it feasible for the latest news on pension issues to reach the readers immediately on their latest release as from the courts and other related quarters. Now that PPR Upadhyaya, a colossus talent wise, too has joined the movement and all are expecting him to deliver the goods in some tangible shape to the SBI pensioners who are most inquisitively hankering for something worth their satisfaction who have been asking in one voice as to how long the still current acrobatics would continue in a barren order and answer to them is that they are judgment seekers and not the judgment givers. The concerned lot is supposed to realise that the light of smiles would have to emerge some day and their patience coupled with a massive movement would have to pay in tangible terms. Pertinently meaningful as they are, some of the writings of KR Saini in the form of comments and pointers, say 3 in number at the moment in the dates of 31st January and 1st February, need to be thoroughly gone through and they shall reach you shortly as separate posts exclusively. Please do study them to feel updated in real terms preferably by advising your reaction directly to him.

A world without joints?

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It’s a mirage in itself as to what the world as a whole is and what is the purpose which it stands for. Is there some God who created it or it just emerged at  its own with or without any massive volcanic eruptions devastatingly colluding with one another and the resultant mass was called the world. But authenticity part on this version is still sans an acceptable truth. What historians and anthropologists talk on the subject is all guess based. The role of the mythologists too has worsened the confusion in a form worse confounded.

We can of course talk about the real world of which we are the inhabitants, we can visibly see it, we can use it, we can share our views with one another candidly and frankly, and above all we can secure some little space somewhere as our own with plenty of ifs and buts to add or subtract from any where to any where. If it suits Jigar Moradabadi, an eminent Urdu poet he fumes and frowns saying “…na jaane kidhar se na jaane kidhar ko, azal se abad tak baha jaa raha hoon…”. As if it was not enough, Shakespeare finds the world as a whole suffering from loopholes and his Hamlet proclaims that he is the one born to set these disorders fixed. Hamlet cries with a shriek “The world is without joints and I am born to set it right”. The world continues the way it suits it and the critics have no pause against whatever they could at the maximum, say beyond a limit. We may have to keep ourselves contended that there are actually two worlds –one that we could never see and the other one that we could see with snags at every step.

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Fear not dreaded devils in you:

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Dreaded devils have nothing like a specified place to stay and they could be seen and felt any where mainly including your own brain and heart. Those having faith in Lord Buddha might have gone through the respective literature intensively with his encounters with dare devils and also supernaturals and at a stage he felt so disgusted because of these confrontations that he decided to call it a day to pursuing the Truth, Truth the eternal. Thanks to Sujata, the village girl, who inspired Him to stick to the mission that led him to become ‘the ENLIGHTENED SOUL’. He also became ‘Light of Asia’ in the very name of the book. He was hailed as God incarnate all over the world and his followers are to compulsorily chant ‘Buddham sharnam gachhami’.(O! Lord, I submit to your grace). On return home, he shared all his encounters with devils and dreaded devils with Yashodhara, his wife. His views on them are contained in Paali like this:

attahi athhno natho kohi natho paro siya”

BuddhaAnd one gets more or less a near factual translation of the above when a reference is made to Milton who wrote “…mind’s its own place and it can make hell of a heaven and heaven of a hell”. Man is the Master of his mind capable of controlling it the way he wants cleansing and purifying it.

Share not what is not sharable:


Mirabai

Mirabai was a sadhavi and much more than that she was an exquisite beauty to which many a royals envied. King Akbar hankered to see her and it was arranged with Taansen as a go between. Both of them made it to reach Mirabai’s temple in her royal palace in disguise and it was at the very first sight of her glittering face that stunned King Akbar and Taansen both like they felt swooning. King Akbar without disclosing her real identity did a pranaam to her and requested with folded hands to give him some aashirvaad to which she responded saying ‘never believe persons in disguise as they are the ones who can cheat you and never share your thoughts with unscrupulous and unsharable characters’.

The price of leading a mission:


Yeh, Toba, how tortuous it is to lead a mission on some issue or the other passing through less bouquets and images (17)more bricks coupled with unending sequence of tortures culminating in to death by hanging. This is what happened in America where August Spice, a leading union leader along with his 3 prominent associates were hanged for the reason that they raised demand for fixed working hours as eight. This images (18)is a big story and the full details are covered in my forthcoming book ‘Beyond the barriers’.Seconds before August Spice was hanged he said “a day will come where our silence will be more louder than our words”. Please read this post in conjunction with an earlier one dated 31st October’2016 in this very blog.


Advanced technology–a handy tool in perpetrating frauds:


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Frauds are no more a difficulty, they are rather more user friendly to the cheaters, thanks to the highly developed modern technology in the country. Neelramesh Neelakantan, a veteran on awareness issues and front runner in the movement on pension issues in State Bank of India. He published a story in facebook narrating his experience gained through a friend of his. The message so published is important to every body as it may happen with any one and from that point of view it acts as a warning signal to the advantage of a large number of people. The relevant portion of the message is reproduced below:

This is to caution my friends about door to door delivery scam, pls take a bit of time to read it: The message was sent to me by one of my friends
This scam is actually very cleverly worked out that you will not suspect of anything wrong:
The following is an account of the incident.
《Wednesday a week ago, I had a phone call from someone saying that he was from a company called: "Express Couriers," He asked if I was going to be home because there was a package for me that required a signature .
The caller said that the delivery would arrive at my home in roughly an hour. Sure enough, about an hour later, a uniformed delivery man turned up
with a parcel and a bottle of wine. I was very surprised since there was no special occasion, and I certainly didn’t expect anything like it. Intrigued, I inquired as to who the sender was.
The courier replied, "I don’t know, I’m only delivering the package."
Apparently, he said the sender would want to give you a surprise and a card would be sent separately… , it happened that my birthday was on the way also, so we thought could be from a distant friend. There was also a consignment note with the gift.
He then went on to explain that because the gift contained alcohol, there was a Rs 257.50 "delivery/ verification charge," providing proof that he had actually delivered the package to an adult (of legal drinking age), and not just left it on the doorstep where it could be stolen or taken by anyone, especially a minor.
This sounded logical and I offered to pay him cash. He then said that the
delivery company required payment to be by credit or debit card only, so
that everything is properly accounted for.
He added they also don’t carry cash to avoid loss or likely targets for
robbery.
My wife, who by this time was standing beside me, pulled out her credit card, gave to him to swipe the card on a small mobile card machine with a small screen and keypad and asked to key in the verification code.
Frankly at this point we never suspected anything abnormal and a receipt was printed out and given to us, he then wished us good day and went off as normal,
To our horrible surprise, between Thursday and the following Monday, Rs 50,000 had been charged/withdrawn from our credit account at various ATM machines.
Apparently the "mobile credit card machine," which the delivery man carried had all the info necessary to create a "dummy" card with all our card details, of course with the verification code.
Upon finding out about the illegal transactions on our card, we immediately notified the bank to stop payment, but already too late.
We went to make a Police report, and was confirmed quite a number of households had been similarly hit.
WARNING: Be wary of accepting any "surprise gift or package," which you neither expected nor personally ordered, especially if it involves any kind of payment as a condition of receiving the gift or package. Also never accYuhept jI anything if you do not personally know or there is no proper
identification of who the sender is.
Above all, the only time you should give out any personal credit card information is when you yourself initiated the purchase or transaction!
PLEASE Pass this on, it may just prevent someone else from being swindled.

Pension issues in SBI–K.R. Saini’s appraisal on the latest:


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It’s after quite a gap that a write-up so drafted by KR Saini dealing with the current scenario on pension counter is being reproduced below. Several of the pensioners and the retirees from State Bank of India have all along been asking for it. It is for the readers to realise that whatever material KR Saini is providing is not just some casual reading stuff, it is in fact based on the situations obtaining at obstructing the necessary efforts to secure the requisite outcome. The feedback so  offered by the author indeed strengthens the modus operandi to elicit what is desired and claimed. It would be much worth and fruitful if this post is perused in conjunction with that of Ramchandra Upadhyaya’s published on this blog on 14/01/2016 link of which is given below for Your ready reference. Your cooperation and support is earnestly solicited to make the movement a compounding success

Link: https://uppermost.me/2016/01/14/pension-issues-in-sbiyet-another-bouncer-from-ppr/


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Jan 03, 2016 @ 14:58:39 Edit

PROCEDURE ADOPTED FOR REVISION OF CEILING OF PAY FOR DETERMINATION OF PENSION IN CASE OF 10TH BIPARTITE RETIREES OF STATE BANK OF INDIA.
AS YOU ARE AWARE THAT 10TH BIPARTITE WAS SETTLED ON THE 25TH MAY,2015 AND BANK RECOMMENDED TO M.O.F FOR REVISION OF THE CEILING OF PAY FOR
10881486_1016309615062877_1718043244602304723_n_thumb DETERMINATION OF PENSION IN JULY ,2015 AND BANK GOT THE APPROVAL/SANCTION IN OF NOVEMBER,2015 AND ACCORDINGLY BANK HAS NOW RELEASED THE PENSION TO 10TH BIPARTITR RETIREES IN DECEMBER,2015 ON THE 21ST DECEMBER,2015.IN APPROVAL/SANCTION LETTER ISSUED BY M.O.F THEY REQUESTED THE BANK FOR CARRYING OUT NECESSARY AMENDMENTS IN PENSION REGULATIONS TO THIS EFFECT MAYBE PROCESSED AS PER SECTION 50 OF STATE BANK OFINDIA ACT(23 OF 1955).
AFTER RECEIPT OF GOVERNMENT’S APPROVAL/SANCTION OF THE REVISION OF PENSION FOR 10TH BIPARTITE RETIREES,BANK APPROACH THE CENTRAL BOARD OF THE BANK ON THE 16TH DECEMBER,2015PENDING AMENDMENTS IN THE S.BI EMPLOYEES PENSION FUND REGULATIONS-2014 AND THEREAFTERSEEK PERMISSION OFTHE GOVERNMENT FOR NOTIFICATION IN THE OFFICIAL GAZETTE.THE SAME PROCEDURE IS FOLLOWED IN CASE OF 7TH ,8TH AND 9TH BIPARTITE.
THE ABOVE PROCEDURE IS FOLLOWED IN RESPECT OF EACH BIPARTITE SETTLED.TILL THE BANK GETS THE APPROVAL/SANCTION OF CIELING OF PAY FOR DETERMINATION OF PENSION ,BANK USED TO PAY THE PENSION TO ITS EMPLOYEES ON THE BASIS OF PREVIOUS SETTLEMENT/RULES.
UNFORTUNATELY THE PROPOSAL IN RESPECT OF 7TH AND 8TH BIPARTITES WERE SUBMITTED IN APRIL 2006 AFTER THE STRIKE IN APRIL2006 WHEN REVISION OF CEILING OF PAYFOR DETERMINATION OF PENSION HAS BEEN APPROVAD IN CASEOF 8TH BIPARTITE ONLY AND APPROVAL IN CASE OF7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES WAS NOT CCORDED BY THE M.O.F FOR THE REASONS BEST KNOWN TO M.O.F.NOW PROPOSAL FOR REVISIONOF PENSION OF PENSION OF 7TH BIPARTITE RETIREES HAS BEEN AGAIN SENT ON 27.04.2015 AND STILL PENDING WITH THE GOVERNMENT.