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Government notifies new <strong>pension</strong> rules to check delays

Government notifies new pension rules to check delays

01 Sep 2014

New Delhi: In a step aimed at checking harassment of government employees in grant of pension, a head of office will now be responsible for any failure to ascertain non-qualifying service period and will undertake preparation of paper work one year before an employee is due to retire.

New Delhi,   government employees,   pension,   head of office,   non-qualifying service period,   paper work,   pension rules,   government ,  
Somalia sentences Islamist killers of journalist to death

Somalia sentences Islamist killers of journalist to death

30 Aug 2014

Mogadishu: A military court in Somalia has sentenced two Islamist Shebab gunmen to death for killing a journalist, the Information Minister said on Friday.

Islamist,   Somalian Islamist,   Somalia,   Information Minister,   Mohamed Mohamud Timacade,   Somalian Journalist,   Somalia,   Islamist Shebab fighters,  
Uttrakhand government asks people to be grateful to <strong>freedom</strong> <strong>fighters</strong>

Uttrakhand government asks people to be grateful to freedom fighters

14 Aug 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi on Thursday said the country should be grateful to those who laid down their lives for its freedom which earned it the distinction of being the world's largest democracy.

Uttrakahand government,   freedom fighters,   Aziz Qureshi,   democracy,   freedom,   Independence Day,  
<strong>Freedom</strong> <strong>fighters</strong> remembered on Quit India movement anniversary

Freedom fighters remembered on Quit India movement anniversary

09 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Floral tributes were paid to freedom fighters here on the occasion of the 72nd anniversary of Quit India movement on Saturday.

Floral tributes,   72nd anniversary,   Quit India movement,   Prithviraj Chavan,   Matryrs Memorial,   Quit India,  
Monthly wage ceiling for EPFO schemes raised to Rs 15,000, min <strong>pension</strong> fixed at Rs 1,000 a month

Monthly wage ceiling for EPFO schemes raised to Rs 15,000, min pension fixed at Rs 1,000 a month

28 Aug 2014

New Delhi: In a decision that could have an impact on the provident funds of millions of salaried employees in the country, the monthly wage ceiling for EPFO schemes has been raised to Rs 15,000 from Rs 6,500.

Provident funds,   salaried employees,   monthly wage,   EPFO schemes,   EPFS-95,   K K Jalan,   EDLI ,  
Delhi University bound to challenge High Court order on <strong>pension</strong> issue: VC

Delhi University bound to challenge High Court order on pension issue: VC

22 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Following an official memorandum from the Department of Pensions & Pensioners Welfare, Delhi University Vice Chancellor has said the varsity is bound to challenge the recent High Court order allowing the staff to avail GPF scheme even if they have not opted for it.

Delhi University,   DU,   GPF schemes,   pension,   MHRD,   Vice Chancellor,   High Court,  
Madras HC dismisses petition seeking Central government <strong>pension</strong>

Madras HC dismisses petition seeking Central government pension

27 May 2014

Madurai: The Madras High Court has ruled that getting State Freedom Fighters' Pension (SFFP) would not automatically entitle a person to Swatantra Sainik Samman Central Pension (SSSCP).

Madras High Court,   SFFP,   SSSCP,   Indian National Army,   Freedom Fighters,  
Delhi University to challenge High Court judgement on <strong>pension</strong> scheme

Delhi University to challenge High Court judgement on pension scheme

17 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Delhi University has decided to challenge a recent judgement of the Delhi High Court allowing the varsity staff to avail of the GPF scheme even if they have not opted for it.

Delhi University,   Delhi High Court,   GPF scheme,   Executive Council,   University Grants Commission,   UGC,  
<strong>Freedom</strong> <strong>fighters</strong> seeks Sonia Gandhi’s intervention for sanction of <strong>pension</strong>

Freedom fighters seeks Sonia Gandhi’s intervention for sanction of pension

24 Mar 2013

A delegation of the Puducherry Freedom Fighters Welfare Movement will call on UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi at New Delhi soon seeking her intervention for sanction of pension to genuine freedom-fighters.

Sonia Gandhi,   Freedom fighters,   UPA,   Puducherry Freedom Fighters,   pension for freedom fighters,  
India needs <strong>freedom</strong> from mindsets: TV actors on Independence Day

India needs freedom from mindsets: TV actors on Independence Day

15 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Freedom for women, of expression and of thought that's what a string of small screen actors like Toral Rasputra, Shabbir Ahluwalia and Karanvir Bohra feel can make the country truly ‘independent’.

Toral Rasputra,   Shabbir Ahluwalia,   Karanvir Bohra,   Sunil Grover,   Neha Pednekar,   Roopal Tyagi,   Sriti Jha,  

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