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Son of tea-vendor did what Communists, Cong govts couldn't: PM Modi on pension scheme

"This is the first such scheme after independence which has touched that section of society which has not been thought about and has been left to fate. A lot of slogans have been raised, there have been no shortage of politics," the PM said while launching the scheme in Gujarat.

PM Modi launches national pension scheme for unorganised sector: Key points

The scheme will provide an assured monthly pension of Rs 3,000 for workers in the unorganised sector with a monthly income of up to Rs 15,000, from the retirement age (60 years). This will be on a monthly contribution of a small amount during their working age.

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Pradhan Mantri Shram Yogi Mandhan: Unorganised sector workers to get Rs 3,000 post-retirement

Under the scheme, an assured monthly pension of Rs 3000 rupees per month will be provided to workers in the unorganised sector after 60 years of age. However, to avail of the scheme, workers will have to contribute Rs 100 month.

Will revive pension scheme for daily-wage labourers: Minister

Government will register such workers and their children be given scholarships, says Labour Minister Gopal Rai.

In Kolhapur, pension scheme knew no rule

Corruption in the form of pension schemes knew no bounds in Western Maharashtra’s sugar belt of Kolhapur

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LabourMin working on R1,000 employees’ pension for lifetime

The issue is expected to be discussed at a meeting of the Central Board of Trustees of the Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation (EPFO) on December 19.

In countdown to polls, UPA govt pushes for dozen cabinet proposals to beat model code of conduct

These ordinances must get the President’s nod by Saturday as the code of conduct would prevent promulgation of any ordinance.

Eye on polls: Pension scheme for informal sector cleared

The Delhi Cabinet on Monday approved a slew of proposals,including a pension scheme for unorganised and informal sector workers.

High Court directs Union Bank of bank to include retired employee in pension scheme

The Bombay High Court has directed Union Bank of India to include a retired employee in its 2010 pension scheme although he had not filled up the requisite application form within the stipulated period.

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