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COLOMBO (News 1st); The Public Utilities Commission pf Sri Lanka (PUCSL) says that there will be no power cuts from 8 AM until 12 noon for tomorrow (20) and the day after (21).The commission stated that the Ceylon Electricity Board had granted permission for a two and a half hour power cut within the duration of 12 noon until 10.30 PM on those days.Following a request made by the Ministry of Education, the Public Utilities Commission stated that the power cuts scheduled for the morning will not take place on 20th and 21st June..

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