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  • Passengers sit in a train and wait for power to get restored July 30, 2012, at a railway station in New Delhi. A major power outage struck northern India, plunging cities into darkness and stranding hundreds of thousands of commuters. (Associated Press)

    Indian power failure puts 370M in dark for hours

    A power grid failure blacked out northern India for hours Monday, halting trains, forcing hospitals and airports onto backup power and providing a dark, sweltering reminder of the nation's inability to meet its energy needs as it strives to be an economic power.

  • Sweltering darkness hits India

    Northern India's power grid crashed Monday, halting trains, forcing hospitals and airports onto backup power and providing a dark reminder of the nation's inability to feed a growing hunger for energy as it strives to become an economic power.

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  • "This will obviously get worse," said Subhash Chawla, a 65-year-old retiree who took the Metro once power was restored. "Unless the Metro has a separate power supply, it will be chaos in the future."

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  • "This will obviously get worse," said Subhash Chawla, a 65-year-old retiree who took the Metro once power was restored. "Unless the Metro has a separate power supply, it will be chaos in the future."

    Indian power failure puts 370M in dark for hours →

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