Hello Mr. Satishkumar!
Well, the irnoy is, I would have already responded to this thread of yours, had there not been severe and frequent power interruptions yesterday. The suburbs of Kolkata is notorious for power cuts. I live in a suburb called Belghoria, about 7-8 km north to Kolkata, and the problem is acute here. Power is interrupted here in an average of 2 hours per day, and sometimes the toll even touches 5-6 hours a day!
The main source of power generation in West Bengal is a thermal power plant in Santaldihi, Purulia. Of its six units, only one runs now, the rests are out of order for a long time. And that only surviving unit has to take so much extra load than it can go off at any time. All hail, the horror of communist regime in West Bengal! I would not be astonished if everyone, the old and the young alike, gives up hopes on this government (many are doing already and looking for a voting in favour of Mamata Banerjee in the upcoming Assembly Election in 2011).
Let us wait for God to get rid of this trouble. Let Him say once again: "Let there be Light"!
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