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Several Brazilian states, including three set to host June World Cup action, suffered power outages, fueling fears over the country`s ability to keep the lights on.
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Ghaziabad residents faced unprecedented power outages throughout Friday night, caused by the heavy downpour.
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Delhi BJP accused the Sheila Dikshit Government and Delhi Electricity Regulatory Commission of trying to increase power tariff by introducing the fourth slab.
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Electricity department officials are saying that they would need seven days to repair the damage.
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Power outage on Tuesday left leaders and officials from Maharashtra red faced during a function in the national capital.
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Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit questioned officials of private power distribution companies over the prolonged power cuts in many parts of the capital.
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The blackout affected cities and towns in all four provinces including Hyderabad in Sindh, Quetta in Balochistan and Peshawar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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The Northern Grid, the vital power supply line to the entire North India, has witnessed as many as 21 forced transmission outages due to fog in the last one week.
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Millions of people across the New York will have to remain without power for nearly 10 days or even longer as superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc.
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The power outage affected close to 53 million inhabitants in the nine northeastern states, a region that is home to almost a fourth of the Brazilian population.
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Power woes could be far from over as the Northern Grid was on the verge of tripping yet again.
Last Updated: Wednesday, August 01, 2012, 23:58
Researchers have come up with a new technology that may help restore power more quickly after over-demand felled three big grids in India.
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