It is intimated that since 1949, 7th December is observed as Armed Forces Flag Day throughout India. It is an important occasion when the entire Nation expresses its gratitude to the soldiers of Indian Armed Forces who have made solemn sacrifice not only in peace and war but also during natural calamities and internal exigencies leaving behind their widows and children.
It is proposed to garner financial support for them.
You too can Help!
You Too Can Help. Indian Government measures at the Centre and the State level alone are inadequate to provide support to the disabled, non-pensioner, old and infirm ESM, their families, war widows and orphaned children. It therefore becomes the collective responsibility of each citizen
specially those living abroad to make his/her unstinted and voluntary contribution towards providing care, support, rehabilitation and financial help to them. You too can contribute to the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund by any of the following means:-
a. By cheque/demand draft drawn in favour of Armed Forces Flag Day Fund.
b. Online through RTGS. Bank details are as under:-
i. Account Name - Armed Forces Flag Day Fund.
ii. Name of Bank - Punjab National Bank.
iii. Account Number - 3083000100179875.
iv. IFS Code Number - PUNB0308300.
c. Online through website of KSB (www.ksb.gov.in) under AFFD tab. Direct link address for making online payment to the Armed Forces Flag Day Fund is http://www.ksb.gov.in/DonateAFFDF.htm
We are confident of getting a generous contribution from all of us for this noble cause.
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas 2017
The Pravasi Bharatiya Divas Convention is scheduled in Bengaluru from 07-09 January 2017.
Information could be found at : Website: pbdindia.gov.in
A Facebook page on Know India Programme (KIP) could be seen at www.facebook.com/KnowIndiaProgramme) . As you know, we are organizing four KIP groups during December 2016-January 2017. All four of them will participate in Youth PBD and the PBD Convention on 7 and 8 January 2017 respectively.
We regret to inform that Ms. Selvi J.Jayalalithaa, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu passed away at 2330 Hrs on 05 December 2016 at Chennai.
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