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Towers turned showpieces?

K. K. Mustafah

Kerala is in the grip of acute power shortage following the failure of monsoon this year. The Minister for Power, Mr Kadavoor Sivadasan, has said that the State has power to last just 28 days. He has left for New Delhi to seek the Centre's help.

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