India’s power grid fails for the second day

July 31st, 2012 - 9:32 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

New Delhi, July 31 (THAINDIAN NEWS) Energy crisis is a problem that has been a big problem in the past and is still affecting many nations. Experts are on their toes ensuring that the problems caused as a result of an energy crisis are minimized to the possible limits.

India is one of the countries that have faced this energy crisis which has occurred for the second time now. Recently, it was reported that the India’s power grid has failed for the second time. This crisis occurred on both the eastern and the northern part of India therefore covering a major portion of the India.

Six hundred million people were affected and it was considered as one of the greatest blackout in the world. India has been yearning to become the a major super power but this incident brought it into shame. The first part of the grid to collapse in India was the Eastern part which collapsed just a day before the Northern part.

Traffics lights across the New Delhi went out. This became a major disaster that affected not only the world ranking status of India but its economic status as well. Many economic activities that take place in India are usually in need of electricity. Therefore, the collapse of the power grids affected almost all the businesses In India. However, the experts are doing every thing at their power to remedy the situation.

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