Dhariwal Infrastructure

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Dhariwal Infrastructure is an company which has proposed to build the 600 megawatt coal-fired Tadali power station in Maharashtra, India. In August 2009 CESC bought a 51% stake in Dhariwal Infrastructure.[1]

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  1. Debjoy Sengupta,"CESC announces acquisition of 51% stake in Dhariwal Infrastructure", The Economic Times, August 28, 2009.

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