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Power shutdown

By Our Special Correspondent

HUBLI, MARCH 11. There will be no power supply in parts of Hubli between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Saturday owing to quarterly maintenance of the 110 kV transformer in Navanagar area, according to a press release from Hubli Electricity Supply Company.

There will be no power supply in Cancer Hospital, Navanagar, Amargol, Adhyapaknagar, Ishwar Nagar, Unkal, Shantiniketan Colony, Shrinagar, Taj Nagar, Sainagar, Bharidevarakoppa, Gamanagatti, Lingaraj Nagar, Kalyan Nagar, Kalidas Nagar, Shirur Park, Siddeshwar Park, Sutagatti, Shanti Nagar, IT Park, Akshaya Park, Akshaya Colony, and the surrounding areas.

For the convenience of the consumers, arrangements have been made to receive bills on Saturday and Sunday. The bills may be remunerated at Tabib Land Office, Sub-Division, near New English School, Chanakyapuri, Vishweshwar Nagar, and Keshwapur branches, the Sub-Division, Hubli West in Chanakyapuri, and at the Navanagar office, the press release said.

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