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  1. Restructuring of the Department of Horticulture.
  2. Regarding emoluments, leave and other grievances of Horticulture Development Officers working on contract basis.
  3. Regarding withholding of retirement dues of HPHS-I Officers.
  4. Release of time scale & grant of step up to eligible HPHS-I Officers.
  5. Filling up of vacant posts of Horticulture Development Officers for smooth functioning of the Department.
  6. Providing telephone allowance to the HPHS-I officers.
  7. Placement of Horticulture Officers.
  8. Confirmation of HPHS-I officers pending since 1982.
  9. Strengthening of Mobility at Directorate, District, Sub-Division and Block Level.
  10. Providing mobility allowance to the HPHS-I officers.
  11. Proper seating arrangement and other infrastructures in the field offices.
  12. Training of HPHS-I officers.
  13. On line networking of department.
  14. Quota of HPHS-I officers for Himachal Administrative Services.
  15. Posting of Horticulture Officers in ATMA Project.
  16. Posting of Horticulture Officers in HP Marketing Board.
  17. Posting of HDOs as BDOs on secondment basis on the analogy of Agriculture department.
  18. Notification of R & P Rules for the post of Joint Director of Horticulture.
  19. Farmer/Supervisory training centre at Directorate.
  20. Creation of farmers Hostel-cum–Information centre at District headquarters.
  21. Strengthening of MFC, Mahogbag & Palampur, Farmer Training Centers Kotkhai & Azadpur Mandi, Delhi.
  22. Strengthening of Nursery Inspection and certification cell.
  23. Streamlining the Fruit canning units of the department.
  24.  Bringing of vegetable cultivation under the preview of Horticulture department.
  25. Any other with permission of the Chair.

Pick up fromDELHI/ Chandigarh train/air and transfer to Shimla (An Ancient Capital of Britishers) Arrive Shimla and Check in Hotel. Dinner at Hotel and overnight stay.
Day - 2 : Shimla
Morning after Breakfast start for the full day Sight Seeing of Kufri, Jakku Temple and Shimla City tour visit Sankat Mochan, Advance Study ( Britishers Achievement), The Mall, The Ridge, City Church etc. Evening free for Leisure. Dinner at Hotel and overnight stay.
Day - 3 : Shimla - Manali (260KMS 7-8HRS)
Morning after Breakfast Check Out From Hotel and Depart for Manali with Sight seeing of SUNDERNAGAR LAKE, KULLU VALLEY, PANDOH DAM arrival at Manali Check In Hotel . Evening dinner at Hotel and ovenight stay.
Day - 4 : Manali
Morning After Breakfast start for the Sight Seeing of Rohtang Pass ( A Hundered years old Snow Glacier), Solang Nallah famous for Adventure Activities (Rock Climbing, Zummaring, Para-Gliding, rapling etc.), Evening dinner at Hotel and Overnight Stay.

Pick up fromDELHI/ Chandigarh train/air and transfer to Shimla (An Ancient Capital of Britishers) Arrive Shimla and Check in Hotel. Dinner at Hotel and overnight stay.
Day - 2 : Shimla
Morning after Breakfast start for the full day Sight Seeing of Kufri, Jakku Temple and Shimla City tour visit Sankat Mochan, Advance Study ( Britishers Achievement), The Mall, The Ridge, City Church etc. Evening free for Leisure. Dinner at Hotel and overnight stay.
Day - 3 : Shimla - Manali (260KMS 7-8HRS)
Morning after Breakfast Check Out From Hotel and Depart for Manali with Sight seeing of SUNDERNAGAR LAKE, KULLU VALLEY, PANDOH DAM arrival at Manali Check In Hotel . Evening dinner at Hotel and ovenight stay.
Day - 4 : Manali
Morning After Breakfast start for the Sight Seeing of Rohtang Pass ( A Hundered years old Snow Glacier), Solang Nallah famous for Adventure Activities (Rock Climbing, Zummaring, Para-Gliding, rapling etc.), Evening dinner at Hotel and Overnight Stay.
Day - 5 : Manali
Morning after Breakfast start for the Sight Seeing of Old Manali visit Manu Temple, Vashist Temple, Hadimba Devi Temple (A glance of Himachali Articture), Van vihar and Monestry. Evening dinner at hotel and overnight stay.
Day - 6 : Manali - manikaran
Morning after Breakfast Check Out  from manali hotel & proceed to manikaran on the way kullu parvti valey,kasol (n/s mandi)
DAY- 7 : Mandi delhi
After morning breakfast check out from hotel & drop in delhi railway station/air port.
. Drop at Chandigarh railway station/airport to close some "Melodious Memories" of Himachal 's Culture, Tradition, Cuisine, Leaving Standard and many more.

Grading of the tours:
Once we hear from you with your queries for Trekking or Driving Holidays to a particular region, we shall be pleased to send you the programme along with our grading!! All our tours are graded and should be taken as a guide line only. Our grades take into account a combination of the distance walked, the toughness of the terrain, the altitude, the remoteness, climate and the overall length of the whole tour and the degree of comfort to be expected. This all will be incorporated with our Itinerary sent to you.
When you are sending your queries,   please let us know what grade trekking holiday or Driving Holidays you are looking for.
In order to make it easier for you our holidays grading are as follows:
A - Easy: - For anyone of any age. Plenty of stops and time to enjoy the local scenery. The trip will not solely consist of walking each day but allowing time for sightseeing and touring the area using the transport.
B - Moderate: - For anyone who is a 'regular" hill walker and is looking forward walking on rugged terrain on longer stretches.
C - Fairly strenuous: - This is for the keen hill walker. Trekking is sustained, often involving high mountain passes, but still with plenty of time for rest and relaxation at the end.
D - Strenuous and at time challenging : - These trips are meant for real physically fit people with lots of experience in the high mountains and who are willing to rough it out under adverse conditions

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Adequate travel insurance is important for your personal safety. Mountain and other adventure sports enthusiasts should have insurance that covers trekking, climbing and mountain biking.



Mobile phone coverage is extensive all over India, with the exception of some remote areas in National Parks, where it may not work. Please check with your mobile provider for network tie-ups.

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RITA TOURISM FOUNDATION organizes trekking tour in Himachal and Uttrakhand Himalayas, both states are absolute paradise for nature and adventure lovers. The foothills of the Himalayas have proved to be an ideal retreat for trekking enthusiasts form every corner of the world. The verdant valleys, meadows and the villages located in the foothills of Himalayas fill a trekker's heart with delight.


Trekking in Uttarakhand is great, as the scenic region offers a wide verity of different environments, stunning landscapes and picturesque mountain villages. There are both snowcapped mountains, water falls, pine forests and jungles in Uttrakhand, as well as a great variety of guided trekking routes. Some of the most popular trekking trails in Uttrakhand include the Gangotri Glacier, Dodital, Dayara Bugyal and Har ki doon treks etc. The world Heritage. listed valley of flowers National Park also offers breath taking beautiful mountain and alpine meadow scenery, and the challenging Kalindi Pass trek between Gangotri and Badrinath is a dream come true for adventures and fit trekkers.

The Himachal Pradesh Horticulture Services Association (Class-I) had prepared a comprehensive proposal for restructuring/reorganization of Department of Horticulture for its smooth functioning & to improve delivery of Citizen Centric Services in an effective and efficient manner at grass root level. The proposal was discussed during the review meeting of the department held on 28.05.2009 under the chairmanship of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh. The Chief Secretary, to the Government of Himachal Pradesh then desired that the proposal be put forth for consideration of the Government. The proposal was discussed threadbare with your good self, Principal Secretary (Horticulture) and Director of Horticulture by the Association during its meeting held on 09.07.2009 in your office chamber.
Sir, you had personally appreciated the efforts of the Association and the same was also endorsed by the Principal Secretary (Horticulture) and the Director of Horticulture and everyone agreed to the proposal. Thereafter, you directed the Director of Horticulture to send the proposal to the Govt. for further necessary action. The Director of Horticulture, Himachal Pradesh vide  letter No. 15-118/79-Udyan-I dated 16.09.2009 submitted the proposal for restructuring/reorganization of Department of Horticulture for consideration and approval of  the Govt.
The department of Finance raised certain queries on the restructuring proposal after six months period received through AD vide letter No. HTC-A (I) 5/99(Re-Org)-II dated 28.04.2011. The point wise reply of the same was resubmitted to the Govt. by the Director of Horticulture, Himachal Pradesh vide letter No.15-84/79-Udyan-I dated 02.06.2011(copy enclosed at Annexure-I). Again some queries were raised by the finance department which were received in the directorate through AD vide letter No. HTC-A (I) 5/99(Re-Org)-II dated 23.08.2011, the reply of which was given by the Director of Horticulture vide directorate letter No. 15-84/79-Udyan-I dated 08.09.2011 (copy enclosed at Annexure-II). Third time again some queries were raised by the Finance department which were received through AD vide letter No. HTC-A (I) 5/99(Re-Org)-II dated 01.11.2011.

Subsequently, the Principal Secretary (Horticulture) & Director of Horticulture made a detailed presentation before the Chief Secretary to the GOHP on 28.12.2011. The point wise reply of the issues raised and as extracted from the minutes of the above meeting regarding economy in Expenditure-Assessing manpower requirement was also forwarded to the Govt. by the Director of Horticulture vide directorate letter No. 15-20/2012-Udyan-I dated 30.03.2012 (copy enclosed at Annexure-III).
The Association apprehends that the finance department is tossing the restructuring proposal by putting queries one after other just to linger on the issue. There is no justification in the queries of the finance department as there is no financial burden/ implications on the State Govt. This proposal will also not involve any fresh recruitment/promotion etc. of the staff. It simply involves reorganized placements/postings of existing senior officers to the field level keeping in view the interest of the farming community. It is pertinent to mention here that the Department of Horticulture is functioning with 70% of the technical staff strength as compared to that of the Agriculture Department for the same operational area in the field. The restructuring proposal of the department has sole objective to bring out reforms based on the ‘Savottam Model’ for offering best services to the farming community of the State in more efficient manner. The proposed reorganization shall not achieve any personal gain for the departmental officers but would place more responsibility on them in discharging their duties.
Sir, your good self has assured  the Association many times to take prompt action on the proposal regarding restructuring of horticulture department, but nothing concrete has been done at any level so far. Keeping all the facts in view, Association, once again requests your goodself to kindly intervene in the matter personally & get the proposal for reorganization / restructuring of the department notified in the best interest of the farming community of the state.

Destination: Himachal + Amritsar
Tour Starts: Ex Pathankot
Duration: 5 Nights/6 Days
Dharamshala (2 Nights), Dalhousie (2Nights), Amritsar (1 Night)

Day 01: Pathankot to Dharamshala
Reception upon arrival at the Railway Station and drive to Dharamshala (110 kms/3 hours) enroute visiting Chamunda Devi Temple and Kanga Temple.
Day 02: Dharamshala

After breakfast sightseeing and excursion to Dharamshala and places nearby. O/N Hotel

Dharamshala is a hill-station lying on the spur of the Dhauladhar Mountains about 18 kms north-east of Kangra, in the State of Himachal Pradesh and overlooks a wide spread of plains. It is known for its scenic beauty set amidst high pine and oak trees. Dharamshala altitude varies between 4400 ft. and 6560 ft. Since 1960, when it became the temporary headquarters of His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Dharamshala has risen to international repute as “The Little Lhasa in India”.  Covering a wide area in the form of a twin settlement, Lower Dharamshala (1380 m) is a busy commercial center, while Upper Dharamshala (1830 m) with the suburbs of McLeodganj and Forsythganj retain a British flavor and colonial lifestyle.  There is also a large Tibetan community in exile, who has made this their home, living mostly in McLeodganj.
Day 03: Dharamshala to Dalhousie
After Breakfast drive from Dharamshala towards Dalhousie after doing the local sightseeing of Places which includes, His holiness Dalai lama residence at McLeodgang, War memorial, Bhagsunath temple and Dal Lake. Reach Dalhousie in the evening. O/N Hotel
Day 04: Dalhousie
Dalhousie has been named after the British Governor - General of the l9th century, Lord Dalhousie. Surrounded by varied vegetation - pines, dodders, oaks and flowering rhododendron.  Local sightseeing of Dalhousie includes visit to Panchpulla, Subhash Baoli and excursion to Khajjiar 24 km from Dalhousie surrounded by thick Deodar forest. Drive from Dalhousie to Khajjiar is awesome. O/N Hotel
Day 05: Day 10: Dalhousie to Amritsar
After breakfast drive from Dalhousie to Amritsar a distance of 250 km and 6 hours drive. Witness the Retreat Ceremony at Wagha Border and sightseeing of Golden temple. O/N Hotel
Day 06: Amritsar
After breakfast checkout from hotel drop at railway station/Airport for onward destination..

Day 07: Drive Rangrik - Ki - Kibber - Gette. Return to Rangrik. Today, we visit the largest monastery of Spiti at Kye, spectacularly located above Kye village. We continue upto Kibber, the roadhead for the trek over the Parang La into Ladakh. We continue on a road at over 13,000 ft to reach the village of Gette. We take a steep hike down to the Kye gompa where the jeeps meet us for the drive back to Camp. Overnight

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He said that in seeing what is happening throughout the whole earth, he detected a massive buildup
of satanic forces who were planning to attack
me. The Spirit not only monitors, but sends out orders, so at God's command, the angels were right here in Boise, Idaho, to defeat the enemy!
I was a little concerned because I didn't want them standing around if the enemy was going to attack (I wanted them to be out fighting!) but he said,
"We have already finished the job!"
I asked him if they normally come in answer to a call for help. "No," he replied, "if the Spirit waited until you knew about an attack, you would already
be in trouble! This is not anything unusual. We are constantly holding back the enemy and putting them to flight!"
Then he asked me to look out the window. I looked, and there were about a hundred of these big WARRING angels standing in the driveway. They
had already finished their job an were just casually talking with each other! It gave me a real good feeling to know that God has ways and means of
taking care of his people!
Gabriel spoke to me about the enormity of the spirit of iniquity that is working overtime in the world today. There is a sinister attempt by deceiving
spirits to get God's people sidetracked from the living Christ. He wants to be a living, pulsating person to every one of us, but because of these
enemy forces, some people have taken their eyes off of Jesus and started looking to teachers. Some of these teachers dissect and categorize the
Bible until it loses its life. Gabriel said, "Read the Word, feed on it, let it become the Living Word to you, not just columns of truths and opinions of
men." He referred to Christ being known as a blackboard Christ, a diagrammed Christ, a printed Christ, or even as a flannelgraph
Christ. He said
that Jesus wants to be known as the Living Christ, coming out the pages of the Bible to us! Hallelujah!
I felt this message was really needed! He added that though study sounds spiritual, some people would always be learning, and never doing,
because by the time they acquired knowledge of one type of a study or doctrine, it was outofdate
and they had to start all over again! He said,
"Feed on the Word." He repeated, "Feed on the Word!" Don't settle for the dissected Word torn into little bits and analyzed by sections. Keep it the
Living Word! This is exciting because there is no substitute for Jesus WITH you and IN you!
He told me about different types of angels, such as praise angels, worship angels, ministering angels, and warring angels. Regardless of their
function, their highest purpose is to EXALT the name of Jesus! When that name sounds in heaven or here on earth, they fall face down and worship
him because he is so exalted!
One night while Gabriel and Chroni were taking to me, there suddenly appeared a bluish shaft of pure light about eighteen inches in diameter from
the ceiling to the floor of our study room. The instant the light appeared, both angels fell prostrate on the floor. They stayed in a prone position for at
least five minutes without a single motion or sound. I didn't know what to do, so I fell on my hands and knees and worshipped God. They never told
me what this was, but I feel that just as a bright light appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus, this also could have been an appearance of Jesus
in the form of a bright light. It was awesome to me!
Some of the unique experiences God has blessed me with are so unbelievable from our human viewpoint that I am often hesitant to share them
publicly. Here is one of them: During a visit one night, Gabriel said that God had sent me a little gift for my strength and energy as he handed me a
round wafer approximately five inches in diameter and 5/8 inch thick, that looked like bread. He instructed me to eat it; so I did. It had the taste of
honey. When I finished the bread, he gave me a silverlike
ladle filled with what appeared to be water. I drank every drop of it, and an overwhelming
desire to praise and worship God instantly came over me. Rivers of praise billowed up to God, bubbling up out of my innermost being, and for days
after I drank this liquid, there was a sensation of "fizzing" inside of my veins. What an indescribably pleasant and exhilarating feeling it was! The
effects were astounding because the first day after I ate the wafer and drank the water, I LOST FIVE POUNDS! The second day I LOST ANOTHER
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"flab," and that is all gone now. When I jogged prior to this, I quickly became winded, but now I have no breath shortage at all. My strength and
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Who Is Roland Buck?
Born: Everett, Washington, June 13, 1918
Graduated from Northwest College, Seattle, WA, 1939
Pastored churches in Granger and Yakima, WA, and Gooding and Boise, Idaho.
Pastor of Central Assembly of God Christian Life Center, Boise, Idaho, from 1950 present.
Average Sunday morning attendance in 1978 was about
Married Charmian Jacobson, June 13, 1942
Born Again spiritually in 1929, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at the same time.
Charmian was Born Again at age 10, and received the baptism with the Holy Spirit at age 21.
This is the true story of an ordinary man who has experienced an extraordinary series of events.
When we first heard of Roland Buck, we had been sharing the story of how God had placed a special warrior angel with us to protect us from the
fiery darts of the devil until Jesus comes back. A couple asked us, "Have you heard about the pastor in Boise, Idaho, who has been having
visitations from angels? They have been talking to him and bringing messages from God."
Even in these days when the supernatural power of God is more in evidence than ever before, this shocked us; especially when Doug and Ruth told
us that Gabriel was the one who brought the messages! For a moment it sounded like the most wayout
statement we had ever heard, but somehow
or other, there was such a ring of truth to it that we had a hungering created in our hearts to hear more!
Our busy schedule kept us from calling this pastor to find out any of the details, but in God's perfect plan he kept nudging and nudging us to contact
Roland Buck about writing a book. We were still too bogged down with other work, so we didn't do it! Then God really got busy when we continued
being too busy! He brought a couple down to Houston from Sitka, Alaska, who had stopped by Eugene, Oregon, and picked up a series of "angel"
tapes they wanted us to listen to. They were bubbling over because they had listened to these tapes all the way from Oregon to Texas. All they
could say was, "You've got to listen to them you've
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