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LIC PoliciesPlan TypeEntry AgeMaximum Maturity AgePolicy TermSum AssuredStatus
LIC Tech Term Plan Term Assurance Plan18 years-65 years80 years10-40 yearsMin-Rs.50,00,000 Max- No upper LimitActive
LIC Jeevan UmangWhole Life Insurance90days(completed)-55 years100 years100 years minus(-) the age at entryMin- Rs. 2,00,000 Max- No upper LimitActive
LIC Jeevan AmarTerm Assurance Plan18 years- 65 years80 years10 years-40 yearsMin-Rs.25,00,000 Maximum- No upper limitActive
LIC Money Back 25  yearsMoney Back Policy13 years-45 years70 years25 yearsMin-Rs.1,00,000 Max- No upper limitActive
LIC New Jeevan AnandEndowment Plan18 years- 50 years75 years15 years-35 yearsMin- Rs.1,00,000 Max- No upper limitActive

In 1955, parliamentarian Feroze Gandhi raised the matter of insurance fraud by owners of private insurance agencies. In the ensuing investigations, one of India’s wealthiest businessmen, Ramkrishna Dalmia, owner of the Times of India newspaper, was sent to prison for two years.

In August 2000, the Indian Government embarked on a program to liberalise the insurance sector and opened it up for the private sector. LIC emerged as a beneficiary from this process with robust performance, albeit on a base substantially higher than the private sector.

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In 1955, parliamentarian Feroze Gandhi raised the matter of insurance fraud by owners of private insurance agencies. In the ensuing investigations, one of India’s wealthiest businessmen, Ramkrishna Dalmia, owner of the Times of India newspaper, was sent to prison for two years.

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