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UK Gurkha veterans would fight on despite losing case of equal pension
Let’s begin with these statements, it may make the topic easier for you. On the word of erstwhile Chief of Staff of the Indian Army, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gurkha.” Heed this too. As said by none other than the Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler, if he had Gurkhas then he can win all over the world. He went further and said "there is nothing in the world I scare of but Gurkhas."
Posted on : Thu, 14 Jan 2010 20:02 GMT

UK Gurkha veterans would fight on despite losing case of equal pension
Let’s begin with these statements, it may make the topic easier for you. On the word of erstwhile Chief of Staff of the Indian Army, Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, “If a man says he is not afraid of dying, he is either lying or he is a Gurkha.” Heed this too. As said by none other than the Nazi dictator Adolph Hitler, if he had Gurkhas then he can win all over the world. He went further and said "there is nothing in the world I scare of but Gurkhas."
Posted on : Thu, 14 Jan 2010 20:01 GMT

British centenarians flourishing steadily
There was, if truth be told, a time when Japan, aside from its amazing feats in the realm of science and technology across the globe, was also known for having the largest number of centenarians. Even though the globally acclaimed leader in electronics and automobile manufacture and ship building has been able to retain the same position thus far, recent reports suggest that UK may surpass it if the current trends keep on.
Posted on : Fri, 01 Jan 2010 20:34 GMT

Aviva dreads all-encompassing pension reform
It seems Aviva is in anxiety these days, although experts consider that the same is not trivial or without cause at the same time. What is its anxiety then? Well, it has been learnt that the globally acclaimed insurance group dreads that the all-encompassing pension reform will initiate employers switching to Personal Accounts post-2012, merely to steer clear of the load of additional administration.
Posted on : Tue, 10 Nov 2009 00:02 GMT

Look at futuristic pension scheme of China
Even though the People's Republic of China (PRC) was established in mainland China by the victorious Communists in 1949 with the pledge that the (then) new regime would better the lives of proletariats of the country (including rural workers), not much has been done yet. Well, the CPC (Communist Party of China) and under it PRC are ready to rectify the long-standing mistake, after the passing of more than six decades. How? The government is set to launch a new pension scheme for the country's hundreds of millions of rural workers.
Posted on : Sun, 30 Aug 2009 02:05 GMT

Barclays UK Pension Fund gets new boss
Andre Konstantinow is the new boss or head of manager selection of Barclays UK Pension Fund and as per the renowned global financial services firm, the newly-created role reflected the steadfastness of the fund's trustees to ensuring high levels of investment performance and scheme governance.
Posted on : Sun, 23 Aug 2009 01:58 GMT

Barclays PLC may opt fro increasing pensions
Never before in its history Barclays faced such an awkward position and now it has made a volte-face. In the meantime it did receive a furious reaction from staff about the decision to close the final-salary scheme to plug a £3.5bn gap and now, it is considering enhancing its pension fund. In this regard, Chairman of the company, Marcus Agius, told a shareholder meeting that possible changes might be made seeing that the bank entered the final week of a two-month consultation over the controversial plans for the fund. Shareholders walked past noisy protesters from the union Unite, which will soon ballot members on industrial action.
Posted on : Thu, 13 Aug 2009 09:58 GMT

Balfour Beatty lessens pensions also
Balfour Beatty has joined the bandwagon at last and has become the last blue chip company to reduce pension benefits to members of its final salary retirement scheme after putting a cap on pensionable pay. As per the version of this construction giant, it did write to 'certain groups' of its scheme members for informing them that any salary increase from January 1, 2011 won't enhance their retirement benefits.
Posted on : Thu, 13 Aug 2009 09:55 GMT

UK pension scenario may face curtailments
Thanks to downturn, a menace is bulking large over the UK pension scenario and unless any miracle happens, the sector may have to put up with more curtailments. Though several deliberations in this regard were witnessed in the environment, it has come to the fore on account of the recent revelations of Axa.
Posted on : Sun, 09 Aug 2009 00:38 GMT

China focuses on rural sector; to introduce new pension scheme
Even though the People's Republic of China (PRC) was established in mainland China by the victorious Communists in 1949 with the pledge that the (then) new regime would better the lives of proletariats of the country (including rural workers), not much has been done yet. Well, the CPC (Communist Party of China) and under it PRC are ready to rectify the long-standing mistake, after the passing of more than six decades. How? The government is set to launch a new pension scheme for the country's hundreds of millions of rural workers.
Posted on : Fri, 07 Aug 2009 00:06 GMT

 

 

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