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Consider fallout of cancelling licences, DERC tells govt

The DERC said it has increased the power tariff by nearly 70 per cent in the last four years to help the discoms.

Kejriwal assured citizens that no long outages will take place.

Discoms trying to blackmail govt by threatening power cuts: Arvind Kejriwal

Kejriwal said Tatas and Ambanis, were not the only power distribution companies in the country and govt was willing to bring new players.

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Brace for 10-hour outages in East, Central Delhi, discom writes to govt

Under financial strain, the Reliance Infra-backed power distribution company, BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL), on Thursday informed the Delhi government that areas in Central and East Delhi may face eight to 10 hour power-cuts over the next few days. According to BYPL, the company did not have enough resources to buy electricity from power generation […]

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Discoms go to court, challenge CAG audit

Two meetings have been held so far between officials from the discoms, Delhi government and the CAG.

Govt orders CAG audit of discoms

Power companies decline comment,say matter is sub judice,chief minister rejects their contention.

BSES gets notice over minister photo on bills

Poll officials say it constitutes a violation of the code of conduct,which came into force on Oct 4

Thieves bring in crane,try to snatch 700kg transformer

Two men pose as BYPL officials,attempt Ripley’s-Believe-It-or-Not! act in broad daylight

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Tell your discoms to ensure power supply: CM to R-Infra chairman

R-Infra runs two discoms — BSES Yamuna Power Ltd (BYPL) and BSES Rajdhani Power Ltd (BRPL). They account for 70 per cent of power distribution in Delhi.

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Sheila Dikshit to discoms: Improve power supply or face action

The government made it clear that it would no longer overlook outages.

Power tariff in city hiked by 1.5%

The Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission (DERC) on Friday announced a 1.5 per cent hike in power tariff “to adjust the power purchase cost of the distribution companies”.

HC restrains power workers from going on strike

The Delhi High Court has restrained the Capital’s electricity workers from going on strike from Thursday to press for payment of monetary dues.

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