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CGPL’s initiative to assist fishermen community get more out of their catch

Fish drying (the process of removing water) is crucial to retain the freshness so that the catch can be sold in the market. Once again, fulfilling its commitment towards social and economic development of communities living in and around its … Continue reading

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CGPL builds block by block

Building infrastructure for local communities is as sensitive and significant a task as sustaining a long-term relationship with the local people. Because infrastructure defines the quality of life they are empowered to lead. This is considered to be a cardinal … Continue reading

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The Art of helping ‘Self’

For the womenfolk of Modhva, a village tucked away in the coastal belt of Kutch district in Gujarat, it was a memorable trip. The bus that ferried the members of the local Self Help Group to and from the Jakhau … Continue reading

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CGPL’s water budget

The alarm signals could not have been clearer or more explicit. Water harvesting tops the list of priority issues identified by the Community Relations (CR) team of Coastal Gujarat Power Limited (CGPL), the wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power Company. … Continue reading

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CGPL’s Rain catchers

Located in the Thar Desert bio-geographic zone, recording a meagre 500 mm or less of rainfall per year, the Kutch district of Gujarat has already been labelled—officially—as a water-stressed region. Covered with salt marshes (or ranns as they are popularly … Continue reading

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