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Press Release: Tata Power organises Polio vaccination camp in Mundra, Gujarat

– Ahmedabad/Mundra, February 17, 2014 ~ More than 102 children gets oral polio drops under the National Polio Eradication Programme ~ As a part of its philosophy to improve quality of life for the communities residing in and around its … Continue reading

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Tata Power Mundra UMPP honoured by Central Electricity Authority, Ministry of Power in New Delhi

For Early Completion of Unit 5 Tata Power, one of India’s largest integrated power companies has been honoured with the Silver Shield Award by the Central Electricity Authority (CEA) for the Mundra Ultra Mega Power Plant (UMPP) project under its … Continue reading

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Water Availability for All – An Approach for Sustainability

The Kutch region of Gujarat receives rains from the southwest monsoon for only about 14 days in a year. The erratic extent and duration of rainfall, high evaporation rates and the lack of significant surface water resources makes the area … Continue reading

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Community Stakeholders -Conserving Natural Resource

The Mundra region suffers from deforestation, loss of soil fertility, water scarcity and salinity. In order to conserve natural resources in the region, extensive work relating to soil conservation, watershed management, and environmental health is being carried out. Over the … Continue reading

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Press release: Tata Power Mundra UMPP benefits villagers in Gujarat by undertaking unique initiatives for community development

National, December 16, 2013 Undertakes more than 50 initiatives for the development of fisherman community Strives towards social and economic development of its communities through interventions in health, education, income generation & livelihood restoration, infrastructure development, energy conservation and natural … Continue reading

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