Karnataka to get 200 MW in bid to ease critical power supply problems

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The central government has agreed to provide about 200 MW of power to Karnataka to ease its on-going critical power supply situation. state energy minister Veerkumar Patil announced that 100 MW will come from Kayankulam in Kerala, 50 MW from the eastern grid and another 50 MW from its unallocated quota. Andhra Pradesh is already supplying about 100 MW of power to Karnataka and talks are underway to get an additional 100 MW from the Tata Power Company in Maharashtra.

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