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Tuesday, June 07, 2016

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7 Jun 16, 08:37 AM

Rajiv Nandan: Our pensioner friends have different mindsets. 80 and above: Mostly they just concentrate on SC case only. 75 to 80: Concentrate on SC case but also say let's have discussion on mediclaim etc. Those aged 70 to 75: They 
indulge in all sort of discussion. Those aged 65 to 70: Not very much concerned abt all subjects. Those aged 60 to 65: Not at all concerned about anything. They will be active only after next pay revision when they get a feeling that they have missed some rise in pension.

7 Jun 16, 09:25 AM

C H Mahadevan: Mr Rajiv Nandan's analysis indicates that there are different priorities dominant in the groups of pensioners. When they gradually migrate to the octogenarian group they develop a dependence on the 
younger group to help the pensioners for removal of discrimination and injustice. 60-65 group pensioners may like to mentally step into the shoes of the older groups!


7 Jun 16, 11:29 AM

a v subbaraman: aiipa says lic board resolution does not imply upgradation but airief says it implies upgradation. pensioners are confused.


7 Jun 16, 02:08 PM


C H Mahadevan: Board Resolution envisaged upgradation of pension as on 1/8/1997. That was on 24/11/2001. So once upgradation was to be done on 1/8/1997, logically it has to continue on all future wage revision dates.


6 Jun 16, 11:17 PM


BALA_38: When doubts and misunderstandings are cleared we feel better.


6 Jun 16, 05:29 PM

Y.Bhagyanath: Now the Chronicle appears to have reduced itself to a GNS vilification platform. It gives a distressing reading. Why not the 'leaders keep away their elephant size egos and concentrate on getting a f'