All stories by M Saraswathy
Political risk, not surgical strikes, has companies seeking insuranceRediff.com30 Sep 2016
Threats from IS militants, the Syrian conflict and the migrant crisis in Europe are some of the recent risks that have companies worried, says M Saraswathy.
How telematics auto insurance can help youRediff.com26 Sep 2016
This form of device-based insurance uses GPS to measure how much a car runs and the speed that it is run at.
Irdai plans to make insurers' listing a mustRediff.com12 Aug 2016
General, life insurers with 8 & 10 yrs in biz, respectively, may have to list
Fraud claims leave life insurers in a fixRediff.com7 Aug 2016
Section 45, which says no claim can be rejected after three years of a policy being in force, remains a bone of contention
Now, accident cover for train travelRediff.com24 Jul 2016
Similar to a travel insurance that is purchased during booking flight tickets online, those booking tickets on IRCTC's website would get an option to purchase insurance for their train journey
Mumbai is India's most expensive cityRediff.com23 Jun 2016
Out of 209 global cities, Hong Kong is the most expensive for expats.
CignaTTK to woo'healthy' customersRediff.com26 Apr 2016
The insurer has launched a personal health wallet with an aim to motivate people to not only buy health insurance but also stay fit
How life insurance companies get celebrities on a small budgetRediff.com23 Apr 2016
Life insurance companies are balancing the increasing use of celebrity endorsers by limiting the association to short, event-led campaigns.
A second attempt for India's first private insurerRediff.com21 Apr 2016
HDFC Life has a balance between traditional policies and Ulips
More Indian companies opt for terrorism insuranceRediff.com30 Mar 2016
While proposals for covers in volatile markets aren't denied, premiums are much higher - by as much as 100-600%
E-medical records might be a reality in FY17Rediff.com21 Mar 2016
EMR might have the provision to show pricing for each ailment.
Of kidnapping, unscrupulous nexus and insurance fraudsRediff.com14 Mar 2016
Often, these gangs tie up with former sector employees to understand how the process works
Private insurers might junk PM's Jan Suraksha schemesRediff.com10 Feb 2016
According to insurers, the premium is quite low, claims are very high.
Health Insurance TPA of India to be launched soonRediff.com14 Dec 2015
It will help in reducing the turnaround time.
Pending insurance claims at ombudsman office is now a thing of the pastRediff.com11 Dec 2015
One may now not have to wait to get their insurance claims redressed.
Size of terror risk insurance pool might touch Rs 1,800 crRediff.com7 Dec 2015
The pool was formed by non-life insurance cos in India in Apr '02.
Bumper insurance for Ganpati mandals in MaharashtraRediff.com9 Sep 2015
Most popular mandal in Mumbai, Lalbaugcha Raja, takes Rs 51 crore cover.
Insurers find wealth in healthRediff.com20 Aug 2015
Insurance companies are going all out to grab eyeballs.
Majority of Indians may switch jobs in 12 months, says surveyRediff.com11 Jun 2015
Individuals have grown more aware of their market value.
A start-up that helps you learn the job while you're still in collegeRediff.com1 Jun 2015
Mumbai-based start-up Purple Squirrel Eduventures is helping students decide on their careers through industrial visits