NUSI has provided for food onboard for the seafarers on board to all ships of GOl Offshore on 18/04/2017, at PNV Anchorage Channel Mumbai Harbour.
SHRI MOHAMED EBRAHIM SERANG MARG (Formerly Old Nagpada Road)
Dear Brothers and Sisters, No Income Tax for Seafarers on NRE Account.
Nusi Succeeded In The Honorable Supreme Court In Referring Matter of Permanency of Seafarers To The Tribunal
Delay in implementation of National Maritime Board (India) agreement by Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) Agitated Seafarers Protest onboard the Ships
You are aware that 25th June every year is celebrated worldwide as the �Day of the Seafarer� to appreciate and acknowledge the unique contribution made by seafarers from all over the world
Big attack on Indian seafarers by new Income Tax Tribunal judgement Removal of Income Tax benefit to seafarers on Indian and Foreign Flag ships
NUSI raises important points concerning seafarers at the National Shipping Board (NSB)
MUI and NUSI team visit Kolkata to challenge the Income Tax Tribunal Judgement
SCI sanctions new NMB wages as demanded by NUSI. NUSI & MUI in Kolkata to file writ petition in Kolkata High Court against Income Tax Tribunal Judgment.
Dear Brothers & Sisters, Circular no. 8 of 2016 15th November, 2016 NUSI- ALL INDIA WOMEN’S CONFERENCE The life of a seafarer is full of challenges. Staying away from family for months together and working in hostile environmental conditions, difficulties that no one knows better than the seafarers themselves. Equally challenging is the role of the women which includes the mothers, sisters and the wives of the seafarers. Taking care of the family and facing the hurdles in the absence of the seafarer, these brave women deserve salutation & admiration from the family as well from the society. National Union of Seafarers of India (NUSI) to empower and to have increased participation of women in the activities of the union, formed a NUSI Women’s Committee. The NUSI Women’s Committee includes mothers, sisters and the wives of the seafarers in addition to women seafarers. The NUSI Women’s Committee also forms part of the NUSI Constitution. As a part of the NUSI Women’s Committee programme, a three day residential, All India Women’s Conference for the women family members of the seafarers was organized from the 10th – 12th November, 2016 at NUSI Holiday Home & Sanatorium, Lonavala. More than 150 women coming from different parts of India which included mothers, sisters and wives of seafarers participated in the programme. The three day residential programme included an interactive motivational workshop for women aiming to develop optimism and to enhance and effectively manage the challenges within their families and overall personality development in general. An engaging session on financial planning to successfully manage the finances and to prepare for a secure future was also conducted. Team building activities and exercises were also a part of the three day programme. The women participants actively participated by engaging in healthy discussions and shared their experiences in the NUSI- ALL INDIA WOMEN’S CONFERENCE- 2016. Long Live NUSI, Long Live Seamen Unity. With warm regards, (Abdulgani Y. Serang) General Secretary-cum-Treasurer Vice-Chair, ITF Seafarers Section - Asia Pacific Region Vice-Chair, ITF Asia Pacific Region JAI HIND JAI NAVIK JAI NUSI
National Union of Seafarers of India (NUSI), Maritime Union of India (MUI), Mumbai Port Trust Dock and General Employees Union, Transport and Dock Workers Union and Indian Sailors Home Society jointly
“NUSI Sahara” Psychological helpline for seafarers and their families for a stress free life
NUSI SAWARI A FREE BUS SERVICE FOR THE BENEFITS OF SEAFARERS