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  • Broadband complaints

    I INSTALLED my PTCL landline and Broadband services on July 31 from Landhi 89 Exchange, it worked well and smoothly initially, but from Aug 2, till now I have been facing a Broadband connectivity problem...

  • Govt plans tariff cut on raw materials

    ISLAMABAD: The Commerce Division has proposed rationalisation of 515 tariff lines — mostly raw materials — in the upcoming budget...

    As per the proposed plan, the Commerce Division has suggested to reduce customs duty to 16pc from 20pc on 200 tariff lines, 11pc from 16pc on 32 tariff lines, 8pc from 11pc on 49 tariff lines, 5pc from 11pc on 28 tariff lines and 3pc from 11pc on four tariff lines...

  • PSP plans ‘biggest’ show in Hyderabad

    HYDERABAD: The Pak Sarzameen Party (PSP) has announced that it will hold its biggest public gathering in Hyderabad soon and asked its workers and supporters to make preparations for the event...

    “It’s just to welcome Anis Bhai on his arrival in Hyderabad upon his release,” he said...

  • Gas tariff hike summary not moved, NA committee told

    ISLAMABAD: Amid renewed efforts to open up security-hit areas in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and tribal region for petroleum exploration, the ministry of petroleum and natural resources told a parliamentary panel on Thursday that it had not moved any summary for increase in consumer-end natural gas tariff...

    This is despite repeated undertakings given by the finance ministry to the International Monetary Fund to increase gas tariff and...

  • Tariff for small hydropower projects delayed

    ISLAMABAD: Amid much focus on developing power projects on imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) for quick results, the government is delaying a notification on upfront tariff for small hydropower projects...

    The tariff was announced by the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Oct 14, 2015, after more than three years of talks with the provincial authorities and local and international financial institutions at 12......

  • Textile industry underscores power tariff distortions

    ISLAMABAD: The textile industry has identified serious distortions in the electricity tariff resulting in the build-up of billions of rupees per month of unpaid refunds, making the industry unsustainable...

    In a letter to the National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra), the All-Pakistan Textile Mills Association (Aptma) has pointed out that the existing scheme of power tariff was not only creating problems for consumers,...

  • Solar tariff cut by 27pc for new plants

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Wednesday cut upfront tariff for new solar power plants by more than 27 per cent, mainly due to declining solar photovoltaic (PV) prices in the global market...

    It said the new tariff would be 11...

  • Rs11.3 per unit tariff approved for Nandipur project

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) approved on Wednesday an average tariff, for 30 years, of Rs11...

    The Nepra, however, kept open the option of including some expenses in the tariff at the time of commercial operation due next month, subject to documentary evidence...

  • Nepra allows Rs3.40 hike in Wapda’s bulk tariff

    40 per unit (about 83 per cent) in bulk hydropower tariff for Water and Power Development Authority (Wapda) to generate additional revenue of Rs119 billion...

    Nepra officials declined to comment on record as to how much tariff increase had been made, saying that the previous practice of average tariff setting had been given up...

  • Upfront tariff for bagasse-run power plants cut

    ISLAMABAD: The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (Nepra) on Friday cut 30-year levelised upfront tariff for new bagasse-based power plants by more than 23 per cent...

    In its determination, the regulator reduced the tariff for 30 years to Rs7...

  • Govt proposes power tariff hike to clear Punjab, KP hydel profit dues

    ISLAMABAD: Amid protests by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab over the non-payment of their net hydel profit (NHP), the government has decided to increase electricity tariff by an average Rs1...

    Informed sources told Dawn that the Power Division had moved a summary ‘Tariff Determination and Notification for FY 2015-16’ to the federal cabinet on the directives of the Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE) led by Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan...

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