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Power Reforms

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No power cuts during night times

Decision taken in view of forthcoming examinations

Hyderabad, February 24, 2007

The Minister for Energy Mohd Ali Shabbir speaking to media after a high-level meeting that was chaired by the Chief Minister Dr. YS Rajasekhara Reddy on Saturday announced that there will be no power cuts during night times in view of forthcoming examinations.

The Minister said that as against the projected demand of 180 million units in March, the department is gearing up to supply 179 million units. He added that the expected short fall during the month of April would be one million units.

He said to meet the requirements during the next financial year tenders have already been called from several power providers. The State Government is in touch with several private power producers and the Central Government in this regard. He said that the meeting also discussed some contentious issues regarding ultra mega power plant and Genco Power Plant at Krishnapatnam.

Andhra Pradesh on February 24 , 2007

CID to resume searches on Margadarsi on Sunday
Court gives permission to the officials for searches

No power cuts during night times
Decision taken in view of forthcoming examinations

Petroleum tankers to go on strike from February 28 midnight
Association takes decision to press their demands

Margadarsi Depositors list needs to be made public
Congress MP U. Arunkumar demands

Postal staff arrested
On graft charges

VSP bags Productivity Council Award for being energy efficient
Another feather in the cap of VSP

Prohibitory orders imposed in view of GVMC Mayor Poll
Orders covers 1km radius from GVMC

February 24 in History

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24 February 2002
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24 February 2004
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24 February 2005
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24 February 2006
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24 February 2007
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