Thursday, July 28, 2011

Paper iii Topic :Short Title,extent and Commencement of The Code of Criminal Procedure,1973

The Code of Criminal Procedure 1973
(2 of 1974 )
[25th January , 1974]
An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to Criminal Procedure.
BE it enacted by Parliament in the Twenty-fourth Year of Republic of India as follows :-
Chapter I
1. Short , title , extent and commencement (1) This Act may be called the Code of Criminal Procedure,1973
(2) It extends to the whole of India except the State of Jammu and Kashmir
Provided that the provisions of this Code , other than those relating to Chapters VIII , X and XI thereof , shall not apply-
(a) to the State of Nagaland
(b) to the the tribal areas;
but the concerned State Government may , by notification , apply such provisions or any of them to the whole or part of the State of Nagaland or such tribal areas, as the case may be ,with such supplemental ,incidental or consequential modifications , as may be specified in the notification.
Explanation : In this section, “ tribal areas” means the territories which immediately before the 21st day of January 1972 , were included in the tribal areas of Assam , as referred to in paragraph of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution , other than those within the local limits of the municipality of Shillong.
(3) It shall come into force on the Ist day of April ,1974

Courtsey :  The Code of Criminal  Procedure ,1973
                  Bare Act With Short Notes
                 Universal Law Publishing

Paper-III (IPO) Topic : Proclamation of Person Absconding

Section :82  Proclamation for person absconding :
(1)   If any court has reason to believe (whether after taking evidence or not) that any person against whom a warrant has been issued by it has absconded or is concealing himself so that such warrant cannot be executed, such Court may publish a written proclamation requiring him to appear at a specified place and at a  specified time not less than thirty days from the date of publishing such proclamation.
(2)  The Proclamation shall be published as follows :-
(i)             (a) it shall be publicly read in some conspicuous place of the town
                or village in which such person ordinarily resides ;

         (b) it shall be affixed to some conspicuous part of the house or
               homestead in which such person ordinarily resides or to some   
              conspicuous place of such town or village;
             (c ) a copy thereof shall be affixed to some conspicuous part of the  
(ii)           the Court may also, if it thinks fit , direct a copy of the proclamation to be published in a daily newspaper circulating in the place in which such person ordinarily resides.
(3)  A statement in writing by the Court issuing the proclamation to the effect that the proclamation was duly published on a specified , in the manner specified in claused (i) of sub-section (2) shall be conclusive evidence that the requirements of this section have been compiled with, and that the proclamation was published on such day.
*[ (4)Where a proclamation published under sub-section(1) is in respect of a person accused of an offence punishable under section 302,304,364,367,382,392,393,394,395,397,398,399,400,402,436,449,459 or 460 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860), and such person fails to appear at the specified place and time required by the proclamation, the Court may ,after making such inquiry as it thinks fit, pronounce him a proclaimed offender and make a declaration to the effect.]
*[ (5) The provision of sub-sections (2) and (3) shall apply to a declaration made by the Court under sub-section (4) as they apply to the proclamation published under sub-section (1). ]

* Ins. By Act 25 of 2005, Sec. 12 (w.e.f 23-06-2006)

Courtsey :  The Code of Criminal  Procedure ,1973
                  Bare Act With Short Notes
                 Universal Law Publishing

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Books Suggested For IPO Exam 2011

Fast Track Books for Preparation

1. Better You Know
 (Guide to Inspector of Post Offices Examination).
  V. K . Balan
  S. Venkatesh
 Nellikal Publisher.
 ( Useful for Paper-I) Rs.425

2.Master Guide to FR & SR Service Rules and Financial Rules
   Muthuswamy and Brinda
  Swamy Publisher.
  (Useful for Paper-II) Rs. 275

3. Code of Criminal Procedure 1973   Rs.165
4. Indian Penal Code 1806       Rs.100
5. The Indian Evidence Act 1872  Rs.50
6. Consumer Protection Act 2010  Rs.50
7. Bare Act : Right to Information Act (Universal's) Rs.50
  (Useful for Paper III)

These Books can be Had from :
Kairali Books Syndicate
CONTACT NUMBER : 09810353797,09868790657,09968954720,011-25882753

Note : If you know more books for the Preparation of IPO For Fast Track Then Please comment or email to   Thanks for your cooperation in advance

Revised Syllabus of IPO Examination-2011

Paper I –Acts/Rules/ Guidelines Instructions relating to Inland
& Foreign Posts, Mail Operations, Money
Remittances, Savings Bank Schemes and Certificates
Rural and Postal Life Insurance.
Organization of Department, Office Procedure and
Material Management for optimum utilization of
network, Establishment and Administrative Matters

Paper IICCS (Conduct) Rules, CCS (CCA) Rules,
Accounts, FRs & SRs and FHBs
Paper III (1) Constitution of India
(2) Short title, extent, commencement and definitions
of CPC & CrPC.
(i) CrPC: Proclamation for person absconding
attachment of property of person absconding ,
claims and objections to attachments, release, sale
and restoration of attached property.
(ii) Indian Evidence Act: Short title, extent and
Of the relevancy of the facts: Evidence may be
given of facts in issue and relevant facts, relevancy
of facts forming part of the same transaction, facts
which are the occasion, cause or effect of facts in
issue;motive, preparation and previous or subsequent
Facts which need not be proved:
Of oral evidence:
Of documentary evidence
(iii) Indian Penal Code: General Explanation:
Of Punishments
Of offences by or relating to public servants
Of contempts of the lawful authority of public
Of the criminal breach of contract of service
RTI Act and Consumer Protection Act

Paper iV
English Language General Knowledge & Reasoning/
Each paper will carry 300 marks

Duration of each paper would be 3 hrs.

150 Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) in each paper

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Meditation is a Long Journey............................Osho


One thing has to be remembered about meditation; it is a long journey and there is no shortcut. Anyone who says there is a shortcut is befooling you.

It is a long journey because the change is very deep and is achieved after many lives - many lives of routine habits, thinking, desiring. And the mind structure; that you have to drop through meditation. In fact it is almost impossible - but it happens.

A man becoming a meditator is the greatest responsibility in the world. It is not easy. It cannot be instant. So from the beginning never start expecting too much and then you will never be frustrated. You will always be happy because things will grow very slowly.

Meditation is not a seasonal flower which within six weeks is there. It is a very very big tree. It needs time to spread its roots.

Source :

Monday, July 25, 2011

Induction Training of Postmaster Grade-I in Punjab Circle

ABC of Computer ...........................


Computer is divided by a Greek word “Compute” Which means count. (Ginthi karma)

Computer is a machine, which accepts the data, processes it and supplies the results. It is an electronic device that can store and convert the raw data into meaningful information.

CHARLES BABBAGE is called as the Father of Computer.


Computer works on the simple principle of input, process and output. Input is data entered into the Computer. Processing may involve calculating, selecting, sorting, and retrieving. Output is the meaningful information or processed data.

INPUT DEVICE: - The devices used to give input to the computer are called as input devices.
Examples: - keyboard, mouse, scanner, Floppy, CD’s.

OUTPUT DEVICE: - The devices used to get output from the computer are called out put devices.
Examples: - monitor, printer, Floppy.

COMMON DEVICE: - The device which acts as both input devices and output devices are called as common devices.
Examples: - Floppy, Hard disk, Compact Disk.

EXAMPLE ---- 4+6 =10.

In this example 4, 6, +, is called as input & 10 is called out put.

CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU): - Central processing unit is the brain of the computer. In this unit, the data is processed and stored. The Central Processing unit consists of

(A) MEMORY: - Memory is the place where data is stored before, after and while processing.

(B)ARITHMETIC & LOGIC UNIT (ALU):- ALU is used to perform all arithmetic & Logic operations. Plus, minus, multiplication, division, is called as arithmetic operations.

(C) CONTROL UNIT: - It controls all the functions of central processing unit.


Memory is the work space of computer. Data is stored while processing and given to the output devices from memory. There are two types of memory.

PRIMARY STORAGE OR MEMORY: - This is a temporary memory. In this memory the data is stored before, after and while processing. The data is stored in this memory only up to shutting down of the Computer. Primary Memory is of two types as under:-

(a) Random Access Memory (RAM):- This is volatile in nature when the machine is put off, all the data stored in this memory is wiped. (In this memory contains can be read and also can be changed)

(b) Read Only Memory (ROM):- This contains some wired (permanently stored) instructions, which helps the machine to operate. This data can be read only and not edited (In this memory contains can be read but can not be changed)

SECONDARY STORAGE: - Secondary storage is the place where the data is stored for later use. This is permanent memory. Examples: - Hard Disk, Floppy Disk, Magnetic Tapes.

BINARY DIGIT (BIT): The smallest unit to measure the capacity of memory.
Bit is represented by 0 or 1.

BYTE: - A group of 8 bits. And it represents a character.

STORAGE CAPACITY: - The storage capacity of memory units is calculated in bytes.

1024 Bytes = 1 Kilo Byte (KB)
1024 Kilo Bytes = 1 Megabyte (MB)
1024 Mega bytes = 1 Gigabyte (GB)

Environment Of Computer

Computer as a three distinct segments

1) HARDWARE – Hardware is the electronic part and physical parts of computer.
Ex:- Monitor, Printer, Floppy, Hard disk.

2) SOFTWARE – Software is a set of programs which controls the hardware and programs are the set of instructions.

a). System software. Ex-------- Windows, Linux, Dos.
b). Application software...Ex-------- Tally, MS office.
c). Utility software. Ex--------- Norton Anti virus.

3) LIVEWARE / SKINWARE – Livewire/ Skin ware comprises of the people who control the hardware and software.

BOOTING: - Booting is the process that occurs when we start the computer it checks all the connectivity of hardware devices & loads the operating system. Check the memory capacity utilized & left, also checks whether computer properly shut down for last time or not, also checks presence of any virus.

There are two types.

1) Cool Booting: - The normal process that occurs when we start the computer is called as cool booting.

2) Warm Booting: - When the computer struck or hangs then we press restart button on CPU which is called as warm booting.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Just Laugh...

Patient : Doctor, as soon as I fall asleep I start snoring.
Doctor : Is your snoring loud?
Patient : Yes, very.
Doctor : And does it bother your wife?
Patient : I'm not married.
Doctor : So you sleep alone? Then I guess it's not a problem.
Patient : Not a problem? I've been fired from five jobs because of it.


Sherlock Holmes and his pal Dr. Watson were out camping one night. Sherlock turned to Watson and asked, "What do you see?"

Watson answered, "I see millions and millions of stars in the sky."

Holmes said, "Yes, but what does it tell you?"

"Well, I can see Uranus is in Leo. From the position of the Hunter Cluster, I can deduce that the time now is about a quarter to two. Also, I can see that God is all powerful and we are small and insignificant in a limitless universe. And yes, the weather will be fine tomorrow. What does it tell you?"

"You dumb-head," Sherlock said, "someone has stolen our tent."


Honest Post Office Workers........................

There was a man who worked for the Post Office whose job was to process all the mail that had illegible addresses.

One day, a letter came addressed in a shaky handwriting to God with no actual address. He thought he should open it to see what it was about. The letter read :

Dear God,
I am an 83 year old widow, living on a very small pension.
Yesterday someone stole my purse. It had $100 in it, which was all the money I had until my next pension payment. Next Sunday is Christmas, and I had invited two of my friends over for dinner. Without that money, I have nothing to buy food with, have no family to turn to, and you are my only hope. Can you please help me?
Sincerely, Edna

The postal worker was touched. He showed the letter to all the other workers. Each one dug into his or her wallet and came up with a few dollars.

By the time he made the rounds, he had collected $96, which they put into an envelope and sent to the woman. The rest of the day, all the workers felt a warm glow thinking of Edna and the dinner she would be able to share with her friends.

Christmas came and went. A few days later, another letter came from the same old lady to God. All the workers gathered around while the letter was opened.

It read :

Dear God,
How can I ever thank you enough for what you did for me? Because of your gift of love, I was able to fix a glorious dinner for my friends. We had a very nice day and I told my friends of your wonderful gift.
By the way, there was $4 missing. I think it might have been those bastards at the post office.
Sincerely, Edna

IP Surplus Policy Dropped!!!

Copy of Postal Directorate O.M. no. A-34020/01/2007-DE dated 21.07.2011 is reproduced below:-


Sub: Inspector of Posts Examination - allotment of Surplus Qualified Candidates

The Competent Authority has decided that the Surplus Qualified Inspectors scheme which was introduced vide this office letter of even number dated 13.04.2007 and dated 20.04.2007 is hereby dropped.

2. The above order is effective from the Inspector of Posts Examination 2011 which will be held on 3rd and 4th September 2011.

(L.Mohan Rao)
Assistant Director General (DE)

Courtesy :

How to Open BPL Accounts in Sanchay Post

1.Install Sanchay Post with NREGS option.

2.Run NREGS patch for MS SQL 2000 & MS SQL 2005 Ver 6.5

3.Give the sa password and save it.

4.And then click Execute patch and wait for confirmation message.

5.For HO and SO go to NREGS -> Data Entry.Login with Data entry supervisor login.

6.Then go to Intialisation -> Account Number -> and click Add.

7.Enter the account block details.

8. Then go to NREGS -> Data Entry. Login with Data entry operator login.

9.Then go to NREGS-> Open Account and open the accounts.

10.For transactions go to NREGS -> Transactions and give the account number and enter the

11. For day to day LOT entries use LOT entries.

12. After entering transactions/LOT entries open DB Analyzer give the server name.

13.Go to Reports -> Zero Balance Accounts LOT.

14.Select the BPL option and also select the account block numbers and click ok.

15. LOT will be displayed click on Print.

16.LOT will be created as file in the C:\.

17.Open the file with Microsoft Excel and then print the LOT.

18. The same transaction also will be included in Sanchaypost Regular LOT

Note : Use the Latest DB Analyser ( Download )

Source :

Friday, July 22, 2011

101 Daily Use Softwares 4 U

Good things in life do not necessarily cost you a bomb. Below I have compiled a list of the top 100101 free computer software you can make use of.


Office Suite
1. – is a viable alternative to Microsoft Office – even for professional use. It can do just about anything Office can.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Training Schedule For Postmaster Grade-I

P.T.C  Mysore announced training schedule for  Post Master  Grade – I  candidates. The training is designed for 5 weeks, initially for two batches. The first Batch of training commences on 01.08.2011. The training schedule is as follows.

From 01/08/2011 to 03/09/2011(05 weeks at a stretch)
Circle Wise Seat Allotment
Name of Circle
Seats allotted
Andhra Pradesh


From 12/09/2011 to 15/10/2011(05 weeks at a stretch)
Circle Wise Seat Allotment
Name of Circle
Seats allotted
Andhra Pradesh


Courtesy :

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Departmental Exam of Inspector of Posts for the year 2011

IP Exam for the year scheduled on 03 / 04.09.11 vide Dte Lr No. A-34012 / 04 / 2011-DE Dt. 14.07.11.

Schedule :
01. Receipt of Applications in plain paper
      from eligible candidates                                        – ongoing process.
02. Receipt of Application form  Kits by
      Nodal Officer from CMS                                     – already available.
03. Receipt of Application form Kits by DO / RO / CO /
     Controlling Unit from Nodal Officer to the eligible candidates - 15.07.11
04. Last date for receipt of Application from at DO / RO /
     CO / Controlling Unit from the Candidates.              - 29.07.11
05. Receipt of duly filled Application forms by Nodal Officer - 08.08.11
06. Forwarding Applications by Nodal Officer to CMC           - 12.08.11
07. Issue of Hall Permits by MC to eligible candidates              - 23.08.11
                                Date of Exam                                     - 03 / 04.09.11

Source : IP ASP CHQ & P III CHQ.

Thursday, July 14, 2011


(MHA O.M.No.9/11/55-RPS dated 22.12.59)
2.1           The relative seniority of all direct recruits is determined by the order of merit in which they are selected for such appointment on the recommendations of the U.P.S.C or other selecting authority, persons appointed as a result of an earlier selection being senior to those appointed as a result of a subsequent selection.  

2.2           Where promotions are made on the  basis of selection by a D.P.C., the seniority of such promotees shall be in the order in which they are recommended for such promotion by the Committee.  Where  promotions are made on the basis of seniority, subject to the rejection of the unfit, the seniority of persons considered fit for promotion at the same time shall be  the same as the relative seniority in the lower grade from which they are promoted.  Where, however, a person is considered as unfit for promotion and is superseded by a junior such persons shall not, if he is subsequently found suitable and promoted, take seniority in the higher grade over the junior persons who had superseded him.
2.3            Where persons recruited or promoted initially on a temporary basis are confirmed subsequently in an order different from the order of merit indicated at the time of their appointment, seniority shall follow the order of confirmation and not the original order of merit.
2.4.1        The relative seniority of direct recruits and of promotee shall be determined according to the rotation of vacancies between direct recruits and promotees which shall be based on the quota of vacancies  reserved for direct recruitment and promotion respectively in the Recruitment Rules.
2.4.2         If adequate number of direct recruits do not become available in any particular year, rotation of quotas for the purpose of determining seniority would take place only to the extent of the available direct recruits and the promotees.  [DPT OM No.35014/2/80-Estt.(D) dt.7.2.86].
In other words, to the extent direct recruits are not available the promotees will be bunched together at the bottom of the seniority list below the last position upto which it is possible to determine seniority, on the basis of rotation of quotas with reference to the actual number of direct recruits who become available.  The unfilled direct recruitment quota vacancies would, however, be carried forward and added to the corresponding direct recruitment vacancies of the next year (and to subsequent years where necessary) for taking action for direct recruitment for the total number according to the usual practice.  Thereafter in that year while seniority will be determined between direct recruits and promotees, to the extent of the number of vacancies for direct recruits and promotees as determined according to the quota for that year, the additional, direct recruits selected against the carried forward vacancies of the previous year would be placed en-bloc  below the last promotee (or direct recruit as the case may be), in the seniority list based on the rotation of vacancies for that year.  The same principle holds good for determining seniority in the event of carry forward, if any, of direct recruitment or promotion quota vacancies (as the case may be) in the subsequent year.
Where the Recruitment Rules provide 50% of the vacancies of a grade to be filled by promotion and the remaining 50% by direct recruitment, and a assuming there are ten vacancies in the grade arising in each of the year 1986 and 1987 and that two vacancies intended for direct recruitment remain unfilled during 1986 and they could be filled during 1987, the seniority position of the promotees and direct recruits of these two years will be as under:
2.4.3        In order to help the appointing authorities in determining the number of vacancies to be filled during a year under each of the methods of recruitment prescribed, a Vacancy Register giving a  running account of the vacancies arising and being filled from year to year may be maintained in the proforma enclosed.
2.4.4        With a view to curbing any tendency of under-reporting/suppressing the vacancies to be notified to the concerned authorities for direct recruitment, it is clarified that promotees will be treated as regular only to the extent to which direct recruitment vacancies are reported to the recruiting authorities on the basis of the quotas prescribed in the relevant recruitment rules.  Excess promotees, if any, exceeding the share failing to the promotion quota based on the corresponding figure, notified for direct recruitment would be treated only as ad-hoc promotees.
Source Document :

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“दर्द होता रहा छटपटाते रहे,
आईने॒से सदा चोट खाते रहे,
वो वतन बेचकर मुस्कुराते रहे
हम वतन के लिए॒ सिर कटाते रहे”

280 लाख करोड़ का सवाल है ...
भारतीय गरीब है लेकिन भारत देश कभी गरीब नहीं रहा"* ये कहना है स्विस बैंक के डाइरेक्टर का. स्विस बैंक के डाइरेक्टर ने यह भी कहा है कि भारत का लगभग 280 लाख करोड़ रुपये उनके स्विस बैंक में जमा है. ये रकम इतनी है कि भारत का आने वाले30 सालों का बजट बिना टैक्स के बनाया जा सकता है.
या यूँ कहें कि 60 करोड़ रोजगार के अवसर दिए जा सकते है. या यूँ भी कह सकते है कि भारत के किसी भी गाँव से दिल्ली तक 4लेन रोड बनाया जा सकता है.

ऐसा भी कह सकते है कि 500 से ज्यादा सामाजिक प्रोजेक्ट पूर्ण किये जा सकते है. ये रकम इतनी ज्यादा है कि अगर हर भारतीय को 2000 रुपये हर महीने भी दिए जाये तो 60 साल तक ख़त्म ना हो. यानी भारत को किसी वर्ल्ड बैंक से लोन लेने कि कोई जरुरत नहीं है. जरा सोचिये ... हमारे भ्रष्ट राजनेताओं और नोकरशाहों ने कैसे देश को
लूटा है और ये लूट का सिलसिला अभी तक 2011 तक जारी है.
इस सिलसिले को अब रोकना बहुत ज्यादा जरूरी हो गया है.अंग्रेजो ने हमारे भारत पर करीब 200 सालो तक राज करके करीब1 लाख करोड़ रुपये लूटा.

मगर आजादी के केवल 64 सालों में हमारे भ्रस्टाचार ने 280 लाख करोड़ लूटा है. एक तरफ 200 साल में 1 लाख करोड़ है और दूसरी तरफ केवल 64 सालों में 280 लाख करोड़ है. यानि हर साल लगभग4.37 लाख करोड़, या हर महीने करीब 36 हजार करोड़ भारतीय मुद्रा स्विस बैंक में इन भ्रष्ट लोगों द्वारा जमा करवाई गई है.

भारत को किसी वर्ल्ड बैंक के लोन की कोई दरकार नहीं है. सोचो की कितना पैसा हमारे भ्रष्ट राजनेताओं और उच्च अधिकारीयों ने ब्लाक करके रखा हुआ है.

हमे भ्रस्ट राजनेताओं और भ्रष्ट अधिकारीयों के खिलाफ जाने का पूर्ण अधिकार है.हाल ही में हुवे घोटालों का आप सभी को पता ही है - CWG घोटाला, २ जी स्पेक्ट्रुम घोटाला , आदर्श होउसिंग घोटाला ... और ना जाने कौन कौन से घोटाले अभी उजागर होने वाले है ........

आप लोग जोक्स फॉरवर्ड करते ही हो.
इसे भी इतना फॉरवर्ड करो की पूरा भारत इसे पढ़े ... और एक आन्दोलन बन जाये!

दोस्तों अगर अच्छा लगे तो जबाब जरुर देना!


The Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) has informed the Bombay high court that candidates, who opt for an Indian language medium (other than Hindi) for the written Civil Services exam, can henceforth either choose the same Indian language, English or Hindi for the interview.

Similarly, even those candidates, who give the main exam in English, can now choose English, Hindi or any other Indian language for the interview, opted by them for the compulsory Indian language paper in the written part of the test, UPSC said, in an affidavit, recently.

The affidavit was submitted in response to a PIL filed by IAS aspirant Chittaranjan Kumar, challenging the existing rule that requires a candidate to give the interview in English, if he had appeared for the main examination in that language.

The candidates, who are, as per the present policy, exempted from the compulsory Indian language paper, will have to appear for the interview in English or Hindi only, the affidavit said, adding that these were the recommendations submitted by an expert committee, formed specially to look into the issue.

The recommendations had been accepted by the UPSC and forwarded to the Government with a request to send comments or observations. After hearing from the government, the UPSC would incorporate the necessary changes and implement them, the court was told.

Accordingly, Chief Justice Mohit Shah and Justice GS Godbole disposed of the petition.

Kumar, who appeared for the written part of the 2008 civil services examination in English, wanted to give the interview in Hindi.

Earlier, the High Court had approved the committee of experts appointed by the UPSC to review the impugned rule and file a report by June 23.

The PIL argued that if the existing rule is changed, the candidates appearing for Civil Services examination shall get an opportunity to speak in their own language in which they feel comfortable at the time of interview and thus score more marks in the oral test.

This way, students from the grassroots level will grab more seats by securing higher rank and break the tradition of elites getting into the civil service, the PIL argued.

The PIL contended that impugned rule was pro-rich and anti-poor. It said the interviewers should judge a candidate on the basis of his or her personality and not on the basis of speaking English.

The existing rule violates fundamental rights under the constitution and is also against public policy of the nation, the PIL argued.


Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Expected List of Offices Identified for the Post of Postmaster Grade-I

Sr No.Office NamePin CodePhone NumberHO NameDivision
1Budhlada1515021652253995Bathinda HOBathinda
2Goniana Mandi1512091642262030Bathinda HOBathinda
3Maur Mandi1515091655230001Bathinda HOBathinda
4Industrial Area Chd1600021722650182Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
5Mani Majra1601011722734382Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
6New Sectt Chd1600011722740805Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
7Sector-11 Chd1600111722746846Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
8Sector-12 Chd1600121722745540Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
9Sector-15 Chd1600151722772061Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
10Sector-18 Chd1600181722774064Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
11Sector-20 Chd1600201722708752Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
12Sector-23 Chd1600231722704983Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
13Sector-36 Chd1600361722650749Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
14Sector-47 Chd1600471722630719Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
15Sector-59 SAS Nagar1600591722221454Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
16Sector-62 SAS Nagar1600621722264940Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
17Sector-9 Chd1600091722749828Chandigarh GPOChandigarh
18Anandpur Sahib1401181887232021Ropar HOChandigarh
19F F Nangal1401261887220828Ropar HOChandigarh
20Kharar1403011602280828Ropar HOChandigarh
21Kurali1401031602640010Ropar HOChandigarh
22Morinda1401011602633763Ropar HOChandigarh
23Nangal T/S1401241887223111Ropar HOChandigarh
24Basti Jodhewal1410071612636606Ludhiana HOLudhiana
25PAU LudhianaLudhiana HOLudhiana
26RajGuru Nagar1410121612464476Ludhiana HOLudhiana
27Raekot1411091624264040Jagraon HOLudhiana Mufasil
28Doraha1414211628257051Khanna HOLudhiana Mufasil
29Samrala14111416282620002Khanna HOLudhiana Mufasil
30Sherawala Gate147001175201460Patiala HOPatiala
31Bassi1404121763252838Rajpura HOPatiala
32Dera Bassi1405071762284504Rajpura HOPatiala
33Rajpura T/S1404011762224049Rajpura HOPatiala
34Ahmedgarh1480211675240005Sangrur HOSangrur
35Ajnala1431021858221025Amritsar GPOAmritsar
36Dera Baba Jaimal SinghAmritsar GPOAmritsar
37Majitha 1436011832773324Amritsar GPOAmritsar
38Rayya143112183222020Amritsar GPOAmritsar
39Vijay Nagar 1430261832274647Amritsar GPOAmritsar
40Jandiala Guru1431151832432139TaranTaran HOAmritsar
41Jaitu1512021635230300Faridkot HOFaridkot
42Baghapurana1420381636242022Moga HOFaridkot
43Dharamkot1420421682220021Ferozepur HOFerozepur
44Guruharsahai1520221685230029Ferozepur HOFerozepur
45Jalalabad (W)1520241638250022Ferozepur HOFerozepur
46Talwandi Bhai1420501632230029Ferozepur HOFerozepur
47Dera Baba Nanak1436041871247675Batala HOGurdaspur
48Fatehgarh Churian1436021871256221Batala HOGurdaspur
49Qadian1435161872220027Batala HOGurdaspur
50Dhariwal1435191874275120Gurdaspur HOGurdaspur
51S P Kandi1450291870263270Gurdaspur HOGurdaspur
52Sujanpur1450231862244144Gurdaspur HOGurdaspur
53Gardiwala1442071886260322Dasuya HOHoshiarpur
54Hajipur 1442211883272229Dasuya HOHoshiarpur
55Hariana1442081882256013Dasuya HOHoshiarpur
56Tanda1442031886222021Dasuya HOHoshiarpur
57Urmar1442041886222029Dasuya HOHoshiarpur
58Balachaur1445211885223921Hoshiarpur HOHoshiarpur
59Sham Churasi1441051882263221Hoshiarpur HOHoshiarpur
60Goraya1444091826262756Jalandhar CanttJalandhar
61Phillaur1444101826222530Jalandhar CanttJalandhar
62Raman Mandi1440051812419106Jalandhar CanttJalandhar
63Adampur AD1441031812753318Jalandhar City HOJalandhar
64Adampur Doaba1441021812754323Jalandhar HOJalandhar
65Bhogpur1442011812722021Jalandhar HOJalandhar
66Kartarpur1448011816531211Kapurthala HOKapurthala
67Nakodar1440401821222711Kapurthala HOKapurthala
68Nur Mahal1440391826242043Kapurthala HOKapurthala
69Sultanpur Lodhi1446261828222029Kapurthala HOKapurthala
70Satnampur Phagwara1444021824657247Phagwara HOKapurthala

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