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Safely glowing

Insurance against damage and theft of jewellery is a new and attractive scheme.



Now, there's insurance against theft and damage for ornaments.

THERE IS one more reason to go jewellery shopping these days. With the rising international prices of gold, jewellery appears to be returning to becoming an investment product once again.

And to keep that investment safe, there is good news. Insurance has come to become a part of jewellery shopping. For the first time, the Kirtilals group in association with The New India Assurance Company Limited have introduced a free insurance cover for their customers for the first year. Kirtilals opened a showroom in the city in last November.


Called the Abharna protection policy, it is specially designed to protect the valuables of the family. It covers loss of or damage to jewels due to theft by snatching, burglary or during riots or terrorist acts. In the event of any loss or damage to jewels as per cover mentioned in the policy, immediate notice must be given to the police and to the nearest office of the Insurance Company in writing. Policy issuing office must also be notified immediately about the loss, in writing.

According to Mr K. Ravi Kumar, General Manager, Kirtilals, the free insurance scheme is exclusive to their customers shopping for gold and diamonds at Kochi as well as their showrooms in Coimbatore, Chennai and Hyderabad. He said that they plan to introduce a jewellery loan scheme as well as interest free EMI scheme soon, as already exists in their other centres.

Kirtilals are having a jewellery exhibition of gold and diamonds featuring exquisite designs for the festival shoppers. There is a 2 gm gold cointo be won everyday and a superbumper prize of a diamond ring at the end of Onam. So go jewellery shopping at peace.

SUDHA NAMBUDIRI

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