epa03062159 A picture made available on 16 January 2012 shows construction work at the strategic 969-megawatt Neelum-Jhelum hydropower project, being built with the financial support of China, in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistani administered Kashmir, 14 January 2012, which is being developed to secure water rights over Neelum River, currently under threat from India. Pakistan faces daily prolonged power outages of more than 10 hours a day across the country, as it currently faces a power shortage of almost 6,000 megawatts because it reportedly failed to build new power plants to keep up with the demand for electricity. EPA/NASIRUDDIN MUGHAL
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