After the record massive power failure of India, i found a article which blames China, worth to read: China's hand in India's power blackout? China's hand in India's power blackout? | India - Oneindia News New Delhi, Aug 22: With India having to deal with a power crisis that has only catapulted to great heights due to the power outage that affected many parts of North and East India after the grid failure, recent reports have emerged that there might be a Chinese hand in the frequent power outage hitting the country. Media channels have reported that China is gearing up for a cyber attack against India with the help of computer hardware and spare parts as per intelligence inputs. They fear that a particular extractor tool used in the production of electricity that was imported from China is suspicious. Two companies involved in the import of this tool are presently under the scanner. The agencies also believe that China will be an expert in such stealth attacks by 2017. The situation is most likely to hamper India's growth prospects in the future. Scheming for an electricity crisis, the move could stall India's growth plans and put the economy on a back foot. Following the release of such a report by intelligence agencies, questions are being raised on the recent power outage that saw blackouts in most parts of the country and the role of Chinese role in the same. The recent Northern grid failure on Jul 30 saw blackouts in states like Delhi, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The power crisis was attributed to certain states more electricity than required from the central pool triggering a crisis, but with the recent report the investigating officials are looking into the new angle that has emerged. ----------------------------------------------------------- On contrast, what China did, from the a news portal the Southern Weekly: http://www.infzm.com/content/79767 says: 1. 31st July, one day after the 1st India's power failure, Intelligent Office from Institute of China Southern Power Grid, published the instant report "Analysis of 7.30 massive power failure of Indian's northern grid", and spreading to whole China's power system companies. 2. 8 hours after India's second national power failure - night of 31st July, China State Grid held national wide emergency meeting, alert all the sub company on national wide, to avoid the same situation happen in China. 3. 2nd August, National Power Committee issued the notice: Notice of increase the power grid management, for preventing massive power failure 4.7th August, most sub companies from State Grid, stop all common daily work, making a special report of self inspection to headquarter. I think this is right way: study each other, not blame each other, isn't it?