Tata Power customers from Mumbai can now pay their bills from anywhere, anytime at their convenience using Itz Cash Card
Tata Power said it is offering one more payment facility for its customers from Mumbai through Itz Cash Card.
Tata Power customers can now make their bill payment anywhere, anytime at their convenience with Itz Cash Card.
This facility not only provides them with the option to pay their bill online from the comfort of their home or office, but also to use Itz Cash World Outlets of their choice, the company said in a release.
Under the programme, the partner would refer clients to AxisDirect for opening a 3-in-1 investment account
Axis Securities and Sales Ltd (ASSL), a unit of Axis Bank, launched a new business partner programme to expand its client base.
"This is a pan India initiative aimed at partnering with independent financial advisors (IFA), insurance agents and financial planners to expand AxisDirect client base," it said in a release.
Under the programme, the partner would refer clients to AxisDirect for opening a 3-in-1 investment account through which a client can invest in equities, derivatives, equity SIPs, IPOs, mutual funds, MF SIPs, Bonds, and Company FDs.
The Business Partner would also tie-up with Axis Bank for offering a range of retail asset solutions to its clients including home loans, auto loans, loan against shares, and loan against properties, it added.
According to the National Geographic Society survey, Indian consumers are the most conscious about their environment footprint and more guilty about their impact despite having the best sustainable behaviour
Washington: India topped a list of 17-nation on best sustainable behaviour, with consumers in the US last on the list, reports PTI quoting a new survey.
The global analysis by the National Geographic Society found that Indian consumers were the most conscious about their environment footprint and were more guilty about their impact despite having the best sustainable behaviour.
Ironically, people in developing countries like India, China and Brazil -- in that order -- were making the most sustainable choices, while consumers in the rich nations had the least sustainable lifestyles.
India accounted for a Greendex score of 58.9, followed by China at 57.8 and Brazil at 55.5, while the US was ranked the lowest at a score of 44.7.
People in India and other developing countries were also found to be the most "guilty about the impact" they have on the environment.
"Yet 45% of Indian and 42% of Chinese consumers feel guilty about the impact they have on the environment first and second among those surveyed and two times higher than Americans," it said.
"In what may be a major disconnect between perception and behaviour, the study also shows that consumers who feel the guiltiest about their impact those in China, India and Brazil actually lead the pack in sustainable consumer choices. That's despite Chinese and Indian consumers also being among the least confident that individual action can help the environment," it said.
In contrast only 21% of US consumers are guilty about the impact they have on the environment.
"The data suggest a significant divide between how emerging markets and developed nations experience environmental challenges," said Terry Garcia, Executive Vice President for Mission Programs at the National Geographic Society.
She said concern about air and water pollution is highest among Chinese, Mexican, Brazilian and Argentinean consumers as well as in Russia and India.