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In e-age, OCWL, SNDL still make you wait in queue

general impression is that private companies are more tech savvy than government offices. However, it is the other way in case of Nagpur. Most of the government bills can be paid online but not water bills of Orange City Water Limited (OCWL) and power bills of SNDL.Though SNDL is yet to start online bill payment facility, one can still pay power bills through MSEDCL's website. But for water bills there...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Nagpur

Water Board moots reduced penalty for illegal tapping

encourage regularization of illegal water connections, Hyderabad Metropolitan Water Supply and Sewerage Board (HMWS&SB) officials are mulling reducing the penalty period (for which water bill has to be paid) to one year instead of the current three years.As per the HMWS&SB Act 1989, customers tapping water illegally would have to pay three-year penalty (minimum charges per month). "There are over one...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Hyderabad

2.00 Bedrooms Residential Apartment in Porur Chennai, India

No6,periyar street dhanalakshmi nagar, alappakkam,porur,chennai116, Porur, Chennai, 600116-Apartment with 2bhk,reserved car [parking,can pay the EB bill on your own,no water problem.Please...
Source : India Properties |
Category : Others | City : Tirunelveli

Punjab State Power Corporation promotes online billing

(PSPCL) has launched an app wherein residents can easily pay bills online. Although the app was launched many days ago, residents queued up to pay bills.Therefore, PSPCL decided to apprise residents of the online facility, which was introduced more than six months ago. So far, only 7,100 people have utilized this service, through which bills worth about Rs 4 crore have been paid. Surinder Pal, director...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Puducherry

Fears over water debts as bill firm SmartSource goes bust

Fears over water debts as firm SmartSource that promised to slash and pay customers' bills goes bustFears are growing that hundreds of homes and businesses have been left owing thousands to water companies after a firm which promised to pay their bills suddenly stopped trading.SmartSource Drainage and Water Reports, which traded as SmartSource Water, promised customers it would slash 8.3 per cent off...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

Thames Water's attempt to hike bills are slapped down by Ofwat

Phew! Millions saved from 8% water bill rise as Thames Water's attempt to hike costs are slapped down by regulatorMillions of households have been saved from an eye-watering water bill hike after Thames Water’s attempt to increase bills was thwarted by the regulator.Thames Water was attempting to slap an extra £29 on customers’ water bills next year.But today water regulator Ofwat refused Thames Water’s...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

Fifth of adults resort to debt to pay utility bills as complaints about energy firms treble

Borrowing to pay the bills: A fifth of adults resort to credit to pay for utilities - as complaints about energy giants trebleAlmost a fifth of UK adults have had to resort to relying on a credit card or loan to pay their utility bills, as costs continue to soar, a new survey reveals.As many as 18.9 per cent have paid for gas, electricity or water with credit – an increase of more than 300 per cent...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

Expenses on water tankers to be probed

(VMC) commissioner has ordered an inquiry in the expenses incurred on renting water tankers roped in to supply water in the city. The inquiry was ordered after clearance was sought for a hefty sum to be paid to contractors towards bills.The issue came to light after VMC commissioner Manish Bhardwaj notice that a clearance was sought for expenses amounting to Rs 36.5 lakh towards bills paid to tankers....
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Patna

Sincere consumers pay for power pilferers too

Hyderabad not only pay for the power that they use but also for those consumers who. Customers who promptly pay their electricity bills are bearing the burden of an additional 12.5 paise per unit every month. With a revision of power tariff on the cards, genuine bill-paying consumers' tabs are likely to get bigger, thanks to vote bank politics and meek CPDCL officials.The unwarranted additional burden...
Source : Times Of India |
Category : City | City : Surat

Telangana bill reaches Hyderabad

bill for formation of separate Telangana state reached Hyderabad Thursday evening, officials...
Source : Webindia123 |
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