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People now prefer short term insurance plan, says LIC official

Life Insurance Corporation's (LIC) Senior Divisional Manager Ajay Kumar said here today that people are inclined towards short term insurance plans, rather than long term plans when it comes to life insurance. Speaking at the launch of LIC's new insurance ... Business Standard, 12 hours ago

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Jan Dhan cover: Fin Min calls LIC top brass for meeting on Monday

The Finance Ministry has asked the state-owned Life Insurance Corporation to submit details on structuring the Rs 30,000-life cover to be offered under the Jan Dhan Yojana, unveiled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on August 28. "We have received a ...
 Business Standard1 day ago Jan Dhan cover: Finance Ministry calls LIC top brass for meeting on Monday  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Jan Dhan cover: FinMin calls LIC top brass for meeting on Monday  Business Standard India1 day ago Finance Ministry Calls LIC for Meeting Over 'Jan Dhan Yojana' Cover: Report  NDTV Profit1 day ago
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LIC begins talks to de-materialise policies

Life Insurance Corporation of India has begun negotiations with external agencies to de-materialise its life insurance policies. The move is expected to safeguard against theft of policy papers besides helping insurers cut operational costs and ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago
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Mumbai: The state-owned non-life insurers are in talks with National Payment Corporation of India (NPCIL) to discuss the modalities of how to provide personal accident cover to the tune of Rs one lakh that will be part of the package to be ...
 Asia Insurance Post5 days ago Govt targets to add 3 crore customers in next two months under CFI plans, doubles insurance cover for the period.atlm{position:absolute;clip:rect(449px,auto,auto,449px);}fast Aug 26, 2014 BMW, Mercedes-Benz top online search for luxury cars in India.atlm{  Asia Insurance Post4 days ago Insurers talking to NPCIL to offer cover under inclusion drive  Business Standard1 week ago

LIC's planning conference held

The 1st planning conference of the Life Insurance Corporation of India, Silchar Division for the financial year 2014-14 was held at Classic hotel Imphal on July 29 . The conference was graced by Hemant Bhargawa, Zonal Manager of Eastern Zone which comprises ...
 E Pao!1 month ago A Insurance Conference Planner's Storied Career  Meetings Net3 days ago
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LIC to invest Rs 50,000 cr in equity market this fiscal

Country's largest insurer Life Insurance Corporation plans to pump in about Rs 50,000 crore (Rs 500 billion) in the equity market, taking its total investment including in bonds to Rs 3 lakh crore (Rs 3 trillion) during the current fiscal. "We plan to invest about Rs 50,000 crore in the equity market, while Rs 2.50 lakh crore (Rs 2.50 trillion) in bonds," LIC Chairman S K Roy told PTI. He said LIC picked up stocks worth Rs 51,000 crore last fiscal and investments were made across sectors. As ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago LIC to invest Rs 50,000 crore in equity market this fiscal  Asian Age1 week ago LIC to invest Rs 50,000cr in equity market: SK Roy  Times of India1 week ago LIC to Invest Rs. 50,000 Crore in Equity Market This Fiscal: Chairman  One India1 week ago
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LIC TIES UP WITH FIVE INSURANCE REPOSITORIES

[August 27, 2014] (Indian Business Insight Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) has tied up with five insurance repositories. Central Insurance Repository Ltd, SHCIL Projects, Karvy Insurance ...
 TMC Net5 days ago

LIC plans to relaunch a Ulip

Government-owned Life Insurance Corporation (LIC), which does not have any Unit Linked Insurance Plan (Ulip) currently, is planning to come up with one.
 Times of India1 week ago LIC launches Jeevan Rakshak scheme in J&K  Business Standard1 week ago LIC launches Jeevan Rakshak Plan  Business Standard1 week ago

Life insurance cos await Irda nod on infra bonds

Life insurance companies are awaiting a nod from Insurance Regulatory Development Authority (Irda) to invest in infrastructure bonds issued by banks. Currently, infrastructure bonds have not been given infra status by Irda. Aneesh Srivastava, ...
 Financial Express5 days ago LIC seeks IRDA nod for new products  The Hindu2 months ago LIC cold to Irda’s repository idea  Economic Times2 months ago
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Paperless insurance to gain traction

Paperless insurance is set to gain traction in India with the Life Insurance Corporation of India (LIC) tying up with all five insurance repositories for offering policies in a digitised format. The process is expected to gain momentum with more insurers now ...
 Sify1 week ago Paperless insurance may gain traction  Rediff.com1 week ago
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