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PF Settlement Made Quicker: Timeline Revised From 30 To 20 Days EPFO Settles 11.56 Lakh Claims in July, 2015 Social Security Agreements with Austria and Canada Come Into Effect - (11 Aug 2015)

PF Settlement Made Quicker


The Government of India has granted authorization to market transportation fuels, namely, MS, HSD and ATF to the new entrants including the private sector. The move comes after taking into account the recommendations of the Report “India Hydrocarbon Vision – 2025”.

Relevant : In July, 2015 the Employees Provident Fund Organisation revised the timelines for settlement of PF, pension and insurance claims from from 30 days to 20 days. Further, social security agreements between India and Austria, and India and Canada have been operationalised helping citizens of the three countries avail social security benefits when working in the host country.


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