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bull’s eye is the result of one
Two-wheeler insurance cover as essential as the helmet
This year, there has been a surge in the two-wheeler market. The market has grown at
the rate of more than 15%. Although riding two-wheelers is fascinating and
convenient and in some case even a style statement, the one fact that cannot be
ignored is, the rider is always exposed to the risk of accidents and ill-fated events.
A valid motor insurance policy is mandatory as per Indian laws and is as critical as
wearing helmets and carrying the necessary vehicle documents. But there are only a
small percentage of riders who abide by the law beyond the first year of insurance suspends New India
cover as they find the procedure cumbersome. It is a criminal offence to drive without Assurance CMD M
a valid insurance policy. Ramadoss over
Cashless hospital claim deadlock ends as four state-owned companies' FY11
health insurance firms and big hospitals reach settlement profits
The deadlock on cashless hospital claims has ended with four state-owned health Only 33% of vehicles
were insured in FY10:
insurance firms and all big hospitals, except Apollo Hospitals, agreeing on a new set of Insurance Information
tariffs for certain procedures. Bureau
Negotiations between the insurers and hospitals ended last month with the two
parties agreeing on revised tariffs for 42 common procedures.
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Hero Cycles to tie up with insurance firms to cover poor
The world's largest bicycle maker Hero Cycles on Monday said it is in talks with insurance
firms to provide health cover to its rural customers as part of its initiative to uplift the
poor. The company, which has tied up with Allahabad-based Sonata Finance for financing
bicycle by providing loans of Rs 100 per week in rural areas, is considering to pay health
insurance premium for the poor customers on purchase of the company's bicycles.
Hero Cycles is aiming at pushing up its revenue to over Rs 2,000 crore in 2011-12 from
Rs 1,650 crore in last fiscal
Mumbai terror attack: Terror insurance premium likely to rise
The serial blasts that rattled Mumbai's diamond district will not only force insurers to do a
rethink on cover premium, but are also a grim reminder to jewellers and diamond houses
Government of the risks they are sitting on. In such congested business locations with a significant
employee cannot concentration of risks, the insurance market in India provides no customer information on
be denied medical the total insurance purchased by all policy holders.
to delay news/mumbai-terror-attack-terror-insurance-premium-likely-to-
their cover Customers are finally looking at the insurance product not through the prism of tax
India up 10 places savings but for the purpose of taking adequate cover
in 10 yrs on With increasing awareness and the advent of online term plans and the resultant decline
insurance chart in premiums, more and more people are now searching for term plans and for higher
sums assured–the payout to the nominees on death. Customers are finally looking at the
insurance product not through the prism of tax savings but for the purpose of taking
adequate cover. Interestingly, women still don’t shop for term plans online and the
search is concentrated in metro cities.
Using emissions trading and insurance to clean up pollution
Insurers offer pollution liability policy as govt plans market-based regulatory
instruments to control pollution
The former environment minister Jairam Ramesh gave several industrial clusters in
Maharashtra, Punjab and West Bengal an unpleasant surprise. He said 85% of India’s
industrial clusters were so polluted they couldn’t be allowed to expand unless they
cleaned up. The report that prompted Ramesh’s action was prepared by the Indian
Institute of Technology, Delhi, and the Central Pollution Control Board. It found that 10
industrial clusters scored at least 80 out of 100 in a pollution index, or were emitting
effluents and pollutants at an alarming level; 33 scored between 70 and 80 (critically
polluted); and another 32 scored between 60 and 70 (seriously polluted).
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Five Ways To... Keep Your Ego in Check at Workplace
Many of us spend a majority of our time at the workplace and are in constant touch with our colleagues,
bosses and others. In a demanding and competitive work environment, tempers can rise and small issues
blown out of proportion. When ego problems crop up at our place of work, we cannot focus on the task at
hand, and this could disrupt the entire functioning of an organisation. Moresha Benjamin lists simple steps
that one can follow at the workplace to prevent ego-related tussles.
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