Rounding off the amount in Bills

Request guidance as to which is the appropriate circle & authority to whom i can complain regarding the below mentioned issue:
Lately with many of my relatives and friends staying in Gurgaon i have observed that when i purchase items (snacks/sweets/grocery etc) , the final amount is rounded-off, inspite of it being paid means other than cash. if my bill is Rs.5197.90, then they round it off to Rs.5198 (as in attached example).
Found this a norm, in many of the shops in Gurgaon. Why are we paying this extra amount? more  

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Also according to the bank the coverage goes by account number and not by names. We have a joint a point and the bank has given separate customer Id for the NRO account and sends 2 statements every month as the customer IDs are different. He said that if I open a NRE account then I will get additional 5 lakhs coverage each as the above NRO. So one can potentially be covered fir 20 lakhs?? if you have 2 accounts in a bank in a joint account? more  
If you have 2 accounts say NRE and NRO will each one be protected by 5 lakh coverage, same joint account. The bank says since they are 2 separate accounts they will protected, 5 lakh each. I am thinking that the owners are the same the coverage will be only 5 lakhs total. Who is correct and what is the law. If we go by the bank , one can open a Savings A/c, current account in the same name and have 5 lakh cover?? more  
For payment by digital means, the actual amount should be debited. Otherwise, the rounding off should be corrected/adjusted in the next bill for recurring payments like electricity bill, credit card bill etc. more  
By the same token if your bill was 925.20, it will be 925 I think. more  
Consider yourself lucky that your bill amount has been rounded off to Rs,5198 and not to Rs.5,200 more  
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