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Birla Sun Life's critical illnesses rider

Birla Sun Life Insurance has launched `Critical Illness Plus', a rider that covers 17 major illnesses.

This rider can be added to any plan offered by the company. Both common illness and those that require hospitalisation and surgery are covered under the rider. Targeted at the 18-50 age-group the product covers up to a maximum Rs 10 lakh and is available for 10-30 years.

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