Coal India, which has a large presence in Odisha through one of its subsidiaries, Mahanadi Coalfields, has provided Rs. 50.32 crore to Odisha State Disaster Management Authority, for restoration of power lines in Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and Puri.
The fund will be used to restore three 220 KV and two 132 KV damaged power transmission lines and for restructuring of transmission lines damaged by Cyclone Fani at these three locations.
Odisha has been devastated by tropical cyclone Fani which was an extremely severe-cyclonic storm hitting Odisha on 3rd May 2019. A proposal amounting to Rs. 50.32 crore was sent by Odisha Power Transmission Company Ltd., the executing agency for restoration of these three lines and for ensuring full restoration of power supply to Puri, Bhubaneswar, Cuttack and other command areas of Coal India Limited.
Under CSR Project “Cure and better management of disease in Thalassemia Patients”, 105 bone marrow transplantation operations were conducted up to June’at six prominent hospitals giving relief to the patients
Another project of prominence is the Rural Development Project of TERI in Purulia district for holistic development of the region. As of now 8,891 solar home lighting system, 100 solar street lights, 7,342 improved cook stoves have been installed. In sanitation, around 5,500 toilets are completed till June 2019.
Plans to sign an memorandum of understanding with Central Pollution Control Board are on the anvil for setting up of air quality monitoring station in 16 cities at a total project cost of Rs. 65.26 crore.
A 300 bedded hospital has also been provided financial assistance in Godda, Jharkhand. A medical college and hospital are coming up in Talcher with financial assistance of MCL.
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