On the other side of the coin of Rs5, the name of the Indian Council of Medical Research will be mentioned
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) will shortly come out with coins of Rs5 denomination to commemorate the centenary year of the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR).
In a statement, the Reserve bank said the coins will be circular in size with a diameter of 23 millimetres and made of nickel brass. On one side, the coin shall bear the Lion Capital of Asoka Pillar and the denominational value of Rs5. On the other side of the coin, the name of the Indian Council of Medical Research will be mentioned.
The existing coins of Rs5 denomination will continue to be legal tender, the apex bank said.
Under the Chief Minister's Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme, a family would get a health insurance cover up to Rs1 lakh per annum for four years
A new health insurance scheme for providing free medical and surgical treatment to 1.34 crore families in Tamil Nadu was launched by Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa at an annual outlay of Rs750 crore. Under the Chief Minister's Comprehensive Health Insurance Scheme, replacing the previous DMK regime's insurance cover, a family would get a health insurance cover up to Rs1 lakh per annum for four years, an official release said.
In the case of certain diseases, the insurance cover could go up to Rs1.50 lakh. The scheme, to be implemented by public sector United India Insurance Company, would be applicable to every member of a family whose annual family income is less than Rs72,000.
Ms Jayalalithaa handed over ID cards for the scheme to seven beneficiaries and approval letters for treatment to seven others on the occasion. After coming to power in May, Ms Jayalalithaa had scrapped the “Chief Minister Kalaingar’s Insurance Scheme” named after DMK President M Karunanidhi, as part of reversing DMK regime’s pet projects.
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