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10-hour power cuts announced for Wednesday (30)

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COLOMBO (News 1st); Sri Lanka will impose 10 hours of power cuts on Wednesday (30) due to the unavailability of fuel for 750MW of thermal capacity,Groups ABCDEF: 10 hours from 2 PM to 12 AM Groups GHIJKL: 6 hours from 8 AM to 2 PM & 4 hours from 6 PM to 10 PM Groups PQRS: 10 hours from 2 PM to 12 AMGroups TUVW: 6 hours from 8 AM to 2 PM & 4 hours from 6 PM to 10 PMGroups MNOXYZ: 10 hours from 8 AM to 6 PMLocations for the respective groups :Group_ABCDEFGHIJKL_R7Group_PQRSTUVW_R5Group_MNOXYZ_R0 .

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