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Solapur and Bhiwandi.In Bhiwandi the textile industry has been hit by the load-shedding said weavers “The industry is still reeling from the effect of Goods and Services Tax There are power cuts for over six to eight hours which is further affecting business We are barely able to crawl back to business” said Tahir Momin a weaver from Bhiwandi “The MSEDCL is misleading consumers by not providing proper information on load-shedding schedules Consumers need to be told so they can be prepared This is unacceptable” said SL Patil head of the Thane Belapur Industries Association Besides industrial areas residents are getting inconvenienced by power outages “There have been frequent power cuts since last week and we have to plan our day accordingly as we can’t use household appliances The lift in the building also becomes defunct It is very frustrating” said Noor Zehra Gheewala a resident of Mumbra “Farming activities have taken a hit especially since it has been raining for the past couple of weeks During rains pomegranate orchards are more susceptible to infection and we need electricity to carry out disinfection This process has taken a hit” said Bapusaheb Shinde a resident of Medshingi village in Solapur “For at least six hours a day there is no electricity here In the past two days there was an outage between 9am and 4pm The entire day is wasted due to load-shedding and we have to go to the fields late in the evening or early in the morning” Shinde added Senior MSEDCL officials on the other hand maintained that there has been no load-shedding since Sunday “Because of heavy rains the demand for power has reduced considerably The situation is under control and no load-shedding has been carried out since Sunday” said an official on the condition of anonymity According to official data the peak demand for Wednesday was 14200MW down from 17800 MW last Friday An MSEDCL official from Kolhapur district however confirmed that load-shedding was being carried out “as usual” but with changed timings An unforeseen coal shortage had led to a sudden shortfall in power production and the MSEDCL was forced to resort to load-shedding last week including in cities such as Mumbai Nagpur and Pune On Monday the state power distribution company bought 1450MW power through short-term power purchase agreements with generators to mitigate the crisis For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News 2017 11:35 am Lava also said that all future Lava products will carry two year warranty as well. at Rs 7, The 16-year old teen sensation was in Britain to promote ‘Hannah Montana: The Movie’ when she stepped into a London school and gave tips to the students on how to be the next big thing in the glamour world,household amenities and assets has revealed that 49. professors and even fashion models. This so-called triple reassortant spread to Asian pigs, For all the latest Entertainment News,” he added.a strength and conditioning specialist with the American College of Sports Medicine.

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