A power crisis in India that’s delivering hourslong blackouts, halting manufacturing lines and triggering street protests is forecast to continue for months, adding pressure on the nation’s economic rebound.
Electricity outages and curbs have spread across more than half of all states, and the nation’s coal-dominated energy system is expected to come under further strain as power demand tops a recent record high in the coming weeks.
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