21 die in Hyderabad government hospital, staff blames power
The state-run Gandhi Hospital, a premier 1,200-bed medical facility in the city, is under a cloud after 21 patients died on Friday and the medical staff blamed power outages for the deaths.
Some doctors said electricity first tripped around 3pm and then continued to do so at regular intervals. Although there were four generators on standby, the hospital claimed they had developed snags and could not be used after power lines were later cut off, to find the cause of the tripping.

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