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I kept the always-on watch face enabled and thus I could always see the time, although in a more limited view when in standby manual mode.
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17Dec/080

16 hours loadshedding a day !!!!

Loadshedding in Nepal is now extended to its extreme point.Nepal, which is said to be rich in natural resources and second richest country of water resources is facing 16 hours loadshedding a day. With a potentiality of producing 43000 MW, Nepal is just producing 560 Mw of hydroelectricity and of which only 555 MW is connected to National Grid. According to Nepal Electricity Authority (NEA) , Nepal needs minimum of 800 MW of electricity to fulfill its demands.

Only 25 km away from capital city Kathmandu, there are villages and places where people have never seen or heard of electricity. After encountering 10 years of home war Nepal is still facing another war for next decade for its rapid development. Nepal Electricity Authority explains that there will be yet another increment in the time of loadshedding on mid-february and there are no any alternative for it.Loadshedding will be extended to 18 hours a day from mid- february.

The rapid economic growth as promised by different political parties seems to be limited within the speech of speaker. Because, when industrial sectors are facing 104 hours loadshedding a week , no steady production is possible. Also, think about normal people who have to join their hands and mouth for example, a carpenter or a cyber operator... Just imagine broadly,how a student can study... How is it possible to see developed Nepal??? Let's hope without electricity, New Nepal's dream project to touch sky will become sucessful soon....

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