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Sindh Government explains increase in pension.

KARACHI, August 11, 2009 (Balochistan Times): Sindh Government has sanctioned an increase of 20 percent in Pension amount from July 1, 2009 of those pensioner PENSIONER. One who is supported by an allowance at the will of another. It is more usually applied to him who receives an annuity or pension from the government.  who retired on or before 30-6-1999 and 15% of those who retired after 30-6-1999. The 15% increase in pension will also be admissible (algorithm) admissible - A description of a search algorithm that is guaranteed to find a minimal solution path before any other solution paths, if a solution exists. An example of an admissible search algorithm is A* search.  to the pensioners who would retire on or after July 1, 2009, an official announcement said Tuesday. It said the governemnt servants who would retire on or after 1-7-2009, will also be entitled en·ti·tle  
tr.v. en·ti·tled, en·ti·tling, en·ti·tles
1. To give a name or title to.

2. To furnish with a right or claim to something:
 for increase in pension at 10% and 15% for the purpose of admissibility ad·mis·si·ble  
adj.
1. That can be accepted; allowable: admissible evidence.

2. Worthy of admission.



ad·mis
 of increase in pension sanctioned. The increase will also be admissible on family pension granted under Pension -cum-Gratuity Scheme, 1954, Liberalized Pension Rules, 1977, on pension sanctioned under the Central Civil Services (Extra Ordinary Pension) Rules as well as on the Compassionate Allowance under CSR-353. The increase in pension sanctioned will not be admissible on Special Additional Pension allowed in lieu of Instead of; in place of; in substitution of. It does not mean in addition to.  pre-retirement Orderly Allowance. The increase in pension allowed by the Government during their re-employment shall not be admissible during the period of their re-employment, but the same will be allowed after the termination of there-employment contract. However, the increase in pension admissible to pensioners of Provincial Governemnt before their re-employment on contract basis will continue to be admissible to them provided they are not in receipt of any increase allowed as Allowances with their pay in lieu of increases in pension. The benefit of increase in pension sanctioned will also be admissible to those Civil Pensioners of the Provincial government who are residing abroad (other than those residing in India and Bangladesh) who retired on or after 15-08-1947 and are not entitled to or are not in receipt of pension increase under the British governments For pre-1721 elected parliaments see List of Parliaments of England.

Party Prime Minister(s) Date Notes
Whig Robert Walpole 1721-1742 generally regarded as being the first Prime Minister of Great Britain 
Whig The Earl of Wilmington 1742-1743  
 Pension (increase) Acts. The payments will be made at the applicable rate of exchange, the announcement said.

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