- Tue, 07/31/2012 - 08:41
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It was just this Monday when India felt the worst power loss in a decade says Indian authorities. The power supply in the Northern part of India failed to serve correctly and caused almost 300 trains in the region to stop from working this was according to the Indian railway spokesperson, Anil Kumar Saxena.
Officials said on a report that the power loss had affected almost seven states in northern India which is equivalent to more than 350 million people living in that certain area. It was 2:35 a.m. India's local time that the power outage started, this is according to the India's Power System Corporation Limited.
People who was affected by the said power loss felt the heat and was sweating hard during the night of the outage. Some companies and houses had the reserved electricity or which we commonly known as generators but literally died after a few hours of usage.
It is not that unusual for the Indians to feel this kind of electricity loss but as far as the whole community has observed this was the most affecting outage in 10 years. The electricity came back after 6 hours of waiting.