10 pm today a Power
10 pm today, a Power department official said Several areas in the Capital reported power cuts ranging from two to four hours The city has been clocking a constant high demand of power over the last two months Speaking at a function earlier in the dayChief Minister Sheila Dikshithoweversaid that the power cuts in the Capital were not due to shortage of power but due to frequent local breakdowns There is no shortage of power in Delhi Some areas are facing power cuts due to local faults and it is the responsibility of the discoms to ensure uninterrupted power supply?Despite the provision of Rs 2,however,who did not wish to be named.wards that now fall under this municipality proved to be a fertile hunting ground for regional parties like no other part of the city. BJP councillor Jagdish Mamgain says regularisation of the many unauthorised colonies in this municipality will be a key election issue. It? Delhi University? 2016. (Source: REUTERS/Stringer.
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