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Live: Covid-19 cases in India cross 20-lakh mark

The health ministry placed the total number of cases at 20,00,000 and the death toll at 40,699. The ministry said that 13,28,336 peopl ...
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    Maharashtra decides to scrap pension for those who were imprisoned during emergency

    ​​ The Maha Vikas Aghadi on Friday announced that it had decided to stop giving pensions and said that the state’s financial condition due to Covid pandemic was the reason it had decided to stop the scheme. Announced by the Devendra Fadnavis government in 2018 the scheme was meant for those who had been jailed during the Emergency imposed between 1975 and 1977.

    Soldiers’ ‘invalid pension’ clause forces Ministry of Defence to re-examine order

    The MoD had announced that ‘invalid pension’ would now also...

    Central, state employees join 'restore old pension' campaign on Twitter

    The 'restore old pension' campaign is being spearheaded by the Nation...

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