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Insurance bill gets parliaments nod, India Inc hails passage

y, 12 March 2015|http://www.nerve.in/news:2535002450673|channel:India " increase electronic issuance of policies." New Delhi/Chennai, March 12 - Parliamentary approval was accorded on Thursday to the insurance law amendment bill, with the Rajya Sabha, despite ... Nerve, 1 month ago
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Why FDI in Insurance helps

The government passed the Insurance bill in Parliament, which raises the limit for foreign direct investment in the sector to 49% from 26% earlier. This change has come after a wait of over a decade. Higher foreign limit in insurance could unlock ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago Govt Only Focussing on Land Bill, Not Farmers' Plight: Opposition  Outlook India2 days ago Insurance Bill could be game changer for sector  Money Today1 month ago Top financial players hail passage of Insurance Bill in Parliament  News on Air1 month ago
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Overseas inflows hit Rs 72,000 crore so far this year

Analysts expect inflows to accelerate further going ahead following the passage of the Insurance Bill in Parliament and assurances in the Union Budget to revisit controversial issues like General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR).
 Money Control1 month ago Foreign fund inflows cross Rs 83,000 cr this year  Business Standard6 days ago Foreign fund inflows cross Rs 81,000-cr mark in 2015  Rediff.com1 week ago Foreign fund inflows hit $13 bn  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Rajnath wants crop insurance he mooted in 2003 | Farmer suicide bad omen for Land Bill

The proposed insurance project announced by the Modi government last year guarantees income to the farmer during fluctuating prices. NEW DELHI: Home MinisterRajnath Singh is pushing for fast-tracking the introduction of the proposed National Crop Income ...
 Economic Times2 days ago

Right time to invest in insurance stocks: Things to know

With the passing of the Insurance Bill in Parliament in March 2015, the insurance sector has been in the news. Foreigners can now invest up to 49% in an insurance company up from 26% earlier. This is good for insurance companies. A lot of factors ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago

New bill to give insurance regulator a power boost: HDFC & ICIC Bank Chief

In the general insurance industry, we have had one or two companies entering every year even when FDI was at 26%. Increasing the foreign holding limit in insurance companies after a decade of wrangling between political parties is a landmark in Indian ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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Rs 50,000-cr cheer for life insurance?

After passage of Bill raising cap on foreign investment to 49% in the sector, experts say this money can be raised in the next 3 years; top five can make gains of Rs 20K crore After the passage of the insurance Bill, Indian promoters of life insurance companies are expected to see inflows of around Rs 50,000 crore (Rs 500 billion) through stake sale to foreign partners or other financial intermediaries and issue of more shares. Bupa and Axa have already declared their intention to raise stakes ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Insurance sector set for upgrade; may get $ 8-10b in FDI  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Rs 60,000 cr inflow likely in 5 years to insurance sector'  Deccan Herald1 month ago Govt expects Rs 25,000 cr foreign investment in insurance sector  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Coal, insurance bills sail through Lok Sabha

Lok Sabha on Wednesday cleared the contentious coal and insurance reform bills, besides the citizenship bill, setting the stage for confrontation with the opposition in the upper House.
 Times of India1 month ago Government clears Insurance & Coal Bills in Lok Sabha despite Left Opposition  Economic Times1 month ago Coal, Insurance Bills get Lok Sabha nod  Money Today1 month ago Lok Sabha passes coal, insurance bills; set to face hurdles in RS  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Insurance amendments pave way for higher FDI in pensions sector

The passage of the Insurance Bill in Parliament will also open the door for up to 49% foreign investments in the pensions sector as its FDI limit is pegged to that in the insurance industry. The amendment to the insurance law will also let the four ...
 Times of India1 month ago Insurance Bill gives chance to promoters to unlock value through FDI hike  Business Standard1 month ago Govt allows up to 49% FDI in pension sector  The Freepress Journal15 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Politically incorrect Sharad Yadavs speech has all of Indias prejudices

The other day while debating the insurance bill in Rajya Sabha Janata DalUnited leader Sharad Yadav gave his two pennies worth He said women in south India are dark and have good bodies he then went on to gesture with his hand to buttress his point What has ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago Sharad Yadav's comments on 'dusky South Indian women' sparks outrage  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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