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Op-Ed: Power failure — Indians find mother of all woes in 'corruption'
New Delhi - An average Indian has learned to live with power cuts. For them, it is not the intermittent power cuts for short or long duration that makes news, but the continuous power supply is making headlines.
Op-Ed: Millions of Indians plunge into darkness a second time
An intense summer 2012, followed by nearly failed monsoon and an economy on its downslide, further compounded by an utterly powerless India for two days, defines a nearly economically crippled India.
Another day another blackout in India - 600 million affected
Just one day after a massive power failure left more than 300 million people in the dark, India's power grid has collapsed again, cutting power to more than 600 million.
Two Faulty Power Cables to Blame for Power Failure at one of Johannesburg's biggest Shopping Centres
A huge power failure has caused havoc for irate residents, customers and shop owners. Spoilt food and lost revenue since Sunday 29 April.
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