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Siddhipur-5, Lalitpur, Nepal

#1 Jul 5, 2013
Electricity is the most useful factor for the modern development of human world. It is a useful servant if it is properly and wisely used, but it can be a dangerous enemy unless it is properly used. It can be produced cheaply by using hydro-power. That's why various hydro-electricity projects have been established. Hydro-electricity is the cheapest to produce. It can also be produced by the help of some machines which need petroleum fuel; it is more expensive than to produce hydro-electricity. Electricity can be easily carried all over the country by power lines.

Accra, Ghana

#2 Jul 6, 2013
electricity is the most powerfull instrument in the world.
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Ahmedabad, India

#3 Apr 18, 2014
Electricity's extraordinary versatility means it can be put to an almost limitless set of applications which include transport, heating, lighting, communications, and computation. Electrical power is now the backbone of modern industrial society.

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