Employees of public sector banks and government-owned non-life insurance companies would go on strike on Wednesday to protest against the anti-trade union.

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Employees of public sector banks and government-owned non-life companies would go on strike on Wednesday to and worker policies of the central government, union leaders said on Tuesday. (TOI)

Ola, India’s most popular mobile app for personal transportation, today announced free for all drivers on its platform. Ola will offer all its drivers a medical cover of an assured sum of Rs 200,000 for themselves and their family, which will cover hospitalization and other major medical expenses. (FE)

The ’s 59th ‘Insurance Week celebrations’ commenced here on Tuesday. Speaking to reporters on the occasion, Senior Divisional Manager of LIC – Tirunelveli J. Sunder Rajan said LIC had over 30 crore plus policies in force, with Life Fund to the tune of Rs. 18. 24 lakh crore and assets worth over Rs. 20 lakh crore. (The Hindu)

Max Life Insurance has launched Platinum Wealth Plan for high net-worth individuals. The new plan is designed for higher returns to clients who want shorter term of 10 years. (FC)

Intellectual Services Corporation (IPISC) is introducing an exclusive offer for members of the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) for Patent Troll Insurance. (businesswire.com)

North Carolina parents and organizations have fought for years to require insurance companies to cover autism treatments, which can costs families tens of thousands of dollars a year. (myfox8.com)

Families wishing to drop their Florida Healthy Kids insurance plans can purchase new plans through the Obamacare marketplace, Florida Healthy Kids officials said. The special enrollment period ends Nov. 30. (tampabay.com)

Curated from Top insurance news of the day- September 2015

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