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CESC Public Grievances Meet
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CESC Public Grievances Meet

Mysuru: CESC has organised a public grievances meeting for power consumers of Varuna and Jyotinagar Sub-Division on Apr.27 at 11 am at Central Sub-Division Office and at 3 pm at Jyotinagar Sub-Division Office. Consumers can air their grievances regarding power supply in writing and resolve the issues, according to a press release from the N.R….

Watch out for power-related accidents during rain: CESC
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Watch out for power-related accidents during rain: CESC

Mysuru: With rains expected to lash city in the coming days and the monsoon fast approaching, the CESC has issued advisory to the public on the measures to be taken to prevent electric mishaps that may arise out of tree uprooting, uprooting of electrical poles, snapping of power lines, etc. • The public are asked…

CESC Vigilance Squad collects over Rs.1.25 crore dues, penalty
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CESC Vigilance Squad collects over Rs.1.25 crore dues, penalty

Mysuru:  Intensifying its drive against power thefts, the CESC Vigilance Squad has collected a total of Rs.1,29,74,114 as power dues and penalties levied for unauthorised power use, in the months of January and February in its jurisdictional districts of Mysuru, Mandya, Chamarajanagar and Kodagu. In Jan. 2019, CESC registered 132 cases, including 66 cases of…

Consumers oppose power tariff revision
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Consumers oppose power tariff revision

Mysuru: Power consumers, including domestic and commercial, representatives from industries, urged the members of Karnataka State Regulatory Commission (KERC) this morning to reject proposed power tariff hike of 99.56 paise per unit. At a public hearing organised by KERC at the Court Hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s Office, they demanded the KERC to dismiss the…

CESC Public Contact Prog.
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CESC Public Contact Prog.

Mysuru: The T. Narasipur and Bannur Sub-Division of Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation (CESC)  will be holding a public contact programme at the office of the Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE), CESC, Bannur at 11 am on Jan. 31 for consumers of Bannur, Athalli, Kethupura, Rangasamudra, Beedanahalli, Hanumananalu, Kodaganahalli, B.C. Halli, Heggur, Maliyuru, Turuganur, Ankanahalli, Chidravalli, Chamanahalli…

Drinking water dues in Mysuru hit Rs. 162 crore
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Drinking water dues in Mysuru hit Rs. 162 crore

KPTCL, CESC, Railways, PWD, Police, MUDA, owe lakhs of rupees to MCC Mysuru: Drinking water dues have touched a whopping Rs. 162 crore in Mysuru city, and government departments and corporations are among the top defaulters, together owing Rs. 27.17 crore to Mysuru City Corporation (MCC), which has resolved to step up the drive to…

City to glow with artistic illumination
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City to glow with artistic illumination

Mysuru: With just five days left for Nada Habba, the Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Company (CESC) has taken an eco-friendly route to light up the Palace city with LED bulbs this Dasara besides completing the artistic illumination works on a war-footing. Light Emitting Diode (LED) bulbs are being used to illuminate buildings, Circles and streets to…

‘Provide continuous power to Water Pumping Stations’
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‘Provide continuous power to Water Pumping Stations’

District Minister instructs CESC Mysuru:  District in-Charge Minister G.T. Devegowda has instructed officials of Chamundeshwari Electricity Supply Corporation (CESC) to supply uninterrupted power to drinking water pumping units throughout the district including city. He was presiding over the KDP meeting at Zilla Panchayat (ZP) office here on Monday. MLA L. Nagendra said that water was not…

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