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CGPL and Coastal salinity Prevention Cell (Tata Trust) help village Nani Rayan of Mandvi Block to attain open defecation-free status

PM Narendra Modi has been emphasizing on the importance of an open defecation-free India and the crucial role government bodies and corporates can play in achieving this lofty target. Here’s a story of a village that’s doing its bit in … Continue reading

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CGPL’s healthcare push in rural Gujarat

As part of its strategy before initiating any program, CGPL -CSR has always inbuilt mechanism for a thorough research study which has given a path and formulation of plan for program implementation and community engagement, hence in the line of … Continue reading

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CGPL continues to work towards progressed living of people

Block by block Roads, schools, hospitals, banks, shops, sanitation facilities, phone and internet – physical infrastructure does play a key role in better evolving a developing area. Coastal Gujarat Private Limited (CGPL), the wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power Company, … Continue reading

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CGPL’s ‘art of giving’

A project is successful only when it aims at an inclusive growth. Believing in this mantra, The Coastal Gujarat Private Limited (CGPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Power Company, is continuously excelling the ‘level of engagement with local communities’, … Continue reading

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Friend of the Ocean Farers

While Gujarati cuisine has won accolades for its range of delicately flavoured ‘strictly vegetarian’ savouries, the state of Gujarat is also known for being India’s largest marine fish producer. In its 1640 km long coastline, it accommodates a 4 lakh-strong … Continue reading

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