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‘NALCO Ki Ladli’ CSR Project Set To Take Flight Across India

The dream to transform girl children belonging to tribal-dominated areas and meritorious girls from remote locations belonging to below poverty line (BPL) families was born when National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO), a Navratna PSU under the Ministry of Mines, extended a helping hand to girls belonging to such families located in the periphery areas of the company’s plants in Damanjodi, Angul and Pottangi in Odisha. That dream was given a

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THE SUPER SUPPORT

My name is Priyakhee Kachariand I hail from a small town, Golaghat in Assam. I stay in a nuclear family with my father Dhaneshwar Kachari, mother Ela Kachari and an elder sister Anuradha Kachari. My family plays a vital role in my life and for my success. My father is a farmer and my family depends on the earnings from farming, which does not have much surplus to take care

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GANGA IS PIOUS, ITS WATER SHOULD BE PURE

The River Ganga is important not only for its cultural and spiritual significance but also because it hosts more than 40% of the country’s population. Addressing the Indian community at Madison Square Garden in New York in 2014, the Prime Minister had said, “If we are able to clean it, it will be a huge help for the 40 per cent population of the country. So, cleaning the Ganges is

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Amway India: Helping People Live Better Lives

Amway was born out of the belief that “by helping people live better lives, we could make the world a better place”. Giving back to the society and contributing to the social well-being is in the ethos and belief system of Amway. This is a visionary element of our business brought alive by the two founders of Amway—Rich DeVos and Jay Van Andel. This philosophy of theirs has been carried

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SCRIPTING A BRIGHT FUTURE FOR THE GIRL CHILD ‘NALCO KI LADLI’

What began as an initiative to empower the girl child through a CSR programme called ‘NALCO KI LADLI’ is turning out to be a powerful trigger for positive change and mindset in villages of Odisha. NALCO has started a CSR programme ‘NALCO KI LADLI’ under ‘BETI BACHAO, BETI PADHAO’ programme of Govt. of India, to promote meritorious girl students belonging to Below Poverty Line (BPL) families and having minimum 60%

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Saving Environment

To save environment from the abuse of drugs, the government has decided to ban production of such formulations which was being used to enhance dairy and vegetable productions. Almost a month after banning import of Oxytocin formulations, the Government has prohibited the private sector from producing the drug, a move aimed to curb its misuse by dairy owners and farmers who use it to boost milk production and increase size

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THE GREEN SOLDIERS: From MANGROVES To MAN ‘GRAVES’

These words by a fisherman are enough to define the importance of mangroves in our ecosystem. It also gives us major hints about the devastative repercussions on elimination of this green barricade. And this is exactly what lead to its conservation becoming one of the issues taken into consideration by UNESCO. July 26, 2016 marks UNESCO’s first celebration of the International day For Conservation of The Mangrove Ecosystem. On the

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NALCO: TRANSFORMATIONAL CHANGE DEVELOPING PURI INTO SWACHH ICONIC PLACE

The Government of India, through its Swachh Bharat (Clean India) Mission, has proposed a multistakeholder Initiative focusing on cleaning up 100 places across the country that are “Iconic” due to their history, heritage and religious and/or cultural significance with high visitors footfall. The goal of the initiative is to improve the cleanliness conditions at these places to a distinctly higher level. All Iconic Sites have designated PSUs for financial and

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KOSHISH – ON DECRIMINALISING POVERTY AND DESTITUTION

Koshish was initiated in August 2006 as a response to this systemic injustice and criminalization of poverty that was happening under the Beggary Prevention Law. It wasn’t a planned strategy but an emotional response to extreme violation that one student witnessed in a custodial institution closer to the Tata Institute of Social Sciences campus. Koshish is committed to the cause of destitute and urban poor. It’s main focus is to

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MGL SAKSHAM AN EMPOWERMENT INITIATIVE

MMGL Saksham is an education centric empowerment initiative targeting adolescent students. A high school student passes through the Middle Adolescence, a crucial stage in the human development. This stage could be a time of both disorientation and discovery. The transitional period can bring up issue of independence and self identity, many adolescents and their peers face tough choice regarding school, work, sexuality, drug, alcohol, social life, peer groups, romantic interest

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