Soon a portal to help pensioners get digital life certificates

A new portal to facilitate lakhs of pensioners in getting digital life certificates and other beneficiary features will soon be made functional, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said here on Thursday.

Cannot consider one-year pension revision under OROP: Parrikar

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Tuesday said the demand of armed forces veterans for annual revision of pension under "One Rank One Pension" (OROP) scheme could not be considered as definition of OROP does not specify any timeframe for upgradation of pension.

Politics at play over One Rank One Pension scheme-Part 2

Politics at play over One Rank One Pension scheme-Part 2

Politics at play over One Rank One Pension scheme

Politics at play over One Rank One Pension scheme

Centre releases Rs 2,000 cr for Employees' Pension Scheme

Centre has released Rs 2,000 crore to Employees' Pension Scheme as its contribution for the year 2015-16, Minister of State for Labour and Employment Bandaru Dattatreya said Monday.

China to invest $547 bn pension fund in stock markets

In a surprise move, China Sunday permitted its USD 547 billion pension fund, the largest in the world, to be invested in stock market barely weeks after its biggest crash which wiped out about USD four trillion capital between June and July.

Pension biz of life insurers plunges 90% to Rs 2k cr in FY15

The pension business of life insurance players is down to a meagre Rs 2,000 crore in 2014-15, from Rs 20,000 crore in 2009-10.

IRDAI asks life insurers to avoid delay in pension payment

Insurance watchdog IRDAI has issued directive to life insurers to streamline process to ensure timely payment of pension to policyholders who have bought such products from them.

PFRDA to invite bids for pension fund managers

Regulator PFRDA Friday said it will invite fresh bids for appointing Pension Fund Managers (PFMs) for the Rs 90,000 crore corpus.

PFRDA may allow fund managers to invest 3% of corpus in PE

Sector regulator PFRDA is looking at allowing pension fund managers to invest up to 3 percent of corpus in private equity (PE) to maximise return, and a decision in this regard is likely to be taken in 3-4 months.

DNA: All you need to know about the ongoing 'One Rank One Pension' struggle

Vexed over the delay in implementation of One Rank One Pension scheme, a group of ex-servicemen has decided to greet Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar with black flags when he arrives on a visit in Delhi on Saturday.

Hearing on high court judges' plea for equal pension deferred in SC

The Supreme Court on Thursday deferred hearing on a petition by former high court judges who were appointed directly from among practising lawyers, seeking pension and other benefits on par with those judges who came through the judicial service.

One rank, one pension for HC judges: Govt to amend law

Seeking to rectify an anomaly as per which High Court judges selected from the Bar get lesser pension than those elevated from state judicial services, the government plans to bring a bill to amend the law governing their salaries and service conditions.

Greece vows pension, tax reforms from next week in return for loan

Greece on Wednesday promised it would start pension and tax reforms next week, as demanded by creditors, in return for a three-year eurozone loan to drag its financial system back from the brink of collapse.

Haryana govt revises Dearness Relief to 223 percent

 The Haryana government has revised the Dearness Relief for pensioners and family pensioners of the state government on the un-revised pension and family pension from 212 per cent to 223 per cent.

PM Modi suggests Aadhaar-based e-tracking of pension cases

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has suggested an Aadhaar-based online system to check delay in processing cases of pensions.

Tata Steel approaches Acas to resolve pension dispute

In a bid to resolve the pension dispute with its trade unions, Tata Steel Sunday said it has approached British conciliation service Acas.

UK unions for strike action against Tata Steel from June 22

UK trade unions - Community, Unite, GMB and UCATT - Monday announced "strike action" against Tata Steel over its proposal to scrap the British Steel Pension Scheme (BSPS).

Japan pension system hacked, 1.25 million cases of personal data leaked

Japan`s pension system has been hacked and more than a million cases of personal data leaked, authorities said on Monday, in an embarrassment that revived memories of a scandal that helped topple Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in his first term in office.

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