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Kondagaon people demand by-pass

Considering the rampant road accidents and uncontrolled traffic on the highways, the residents of Kondagaon appealed to both Union and State government for the construction of a by-pass road on the outskirts of the district.
However, due to the nonchalant attitude of State government no progress has been noticed in this regard till today.

Seminal Rural Healthcare Need in India, Bridging the gap

 "Rural Healthcare Need in India"

The SSSSO CG and MP held a seminar on “Rural Healthcare Need in India, Bridging the gap – The Sai Way in Raipur CG. This is a seminal event that aims at informing the medical fraternity of the health needs of the rural poor and the activities taken up by the SSSSO to deliver the same. The seminar had a healthy attendance with doctors from many cities in the state of C.G.

Chhattisgarh: Jairam's nod to 1000 km roads in Naxal-hit areas

Raipur: On a two-day visit to Naxal-hit districts of Chhattisgarh, Rural Development minister Jairam Ramesh on Wednesday gave nod to the construction of 1,000 Km roads under Pradhan Mantri Gramin Sadak Yojna (PMGSY).

Jairam, making the announcement also gave approval for the posts of development officer and junior engineer in each panchayat of the 10 Naxal-hit districts.

Besides, process for the approval of 1,000 km other roads is also under consideration.

Ramesh reach the state capital on Wednesday. During his two-day visit to the state, he will review four Naxal-hit districts.

CM to inaugrate Tendupatta Bonus Distribution on Oct 30

CM to inaugrate Tendupatta Bonus Distribution

Chief ministare Dr. Raman Singh will inaugrate the state level Tendupatta Bonus distribution function in Bhanupratapur of kanker north Bastar on October 30. A total of Rs. 138.66 corore would be distrbuted as divedent to the collectors for the tendupatta collection year 2010.

Chhattisgarh seeks special aid to maintain forests

Raipur, Oct 5 (PTI) Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh today sought special financial assistance from the Centre to maintain and preserve forests in the state.

The tribal dominated state has 56 per cent of its total land mass under forest cover. In a way, Chhattisgarh is providing clean air to the country and also the world. Hence, to preserve and maintain the vast forest reserve, the state should get special financial aid from the Centre, he said.

Chhattisgarh's workers keep the idea of resistance alive

RAIPUR :A wave of workers walked Raipur's streets under the hot afternoon sun, before coming to rest under the shadow of a Gandhi statue this Wednesday, to mark twenty years of the death of legendary unionist Shankar Guha Niyogi as well as the continuing life of his ideas.

A firebrand left activist, Niyogi forged the region's most breathtaking alliance of workers and peasants under the aegis of Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha (CMM), only to be murdered in 1991 at the behest of the powerful industrial lobby he challenged.

Aadhar Housing Finance opens in Raipur

Aadhar Housing Finance

Aadhar Housing Finance (P) Ltd.’inaugurated its first branch in Raipur, Chhattisgarh. This branch is located at 302-303 A, 3rd Floor, Lalganga Midas, Fafadih, Raipur. This is Aadhar’s eighth branch in the country that will reach out and enable home finance to the lower income segment.

Naya Raipur hits farmer roadblock

Price and not the project is the bone of contention between the affected farmers and state government in the Naya Raipur—the upcoming new capital city of Chhattisgarh.

Naya Raipur would be the fourth planned capital city after Gandhinagar, Chandigarh and Bhubaneshwar. It would come up in 8000 hectares of land with world-class facilities.

The project includes 41 villages out of which 27 villages form the core of the Naya Raipur.
The affected people mostly farmers have been opposing the new capital project.

NTPC to invest Rs 3,300 crore to expand capacity at Chhattisgarh

SIPAT, CHHATTISGARH: Country's largest power producer NTPC plans to invest about Rs 3,300 crore to expand capacity of its existing power project at Sipat in Chhattisgarh. The company is exploring possibility to set up a 660-mw power-generating unit at the site, its regional executive director for western region II SN Ganguly told reporters on Thursday.

The proposal, if implemented would increase the generation capacity of the Sipat power station to 3,640-mw. NTPC is undertaking capacity expansion at most of its power stations for optimal utilisation of land.

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