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Govardhan Express service to provide emergency medical services to milk-producing cattle

Dr. Raman Singh Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh led State Government, while has ensured success in the toll-free 108 based medical emergency vehicle for critical patients, Yet another such initiative has now come about in from of Goverdhan Express. State Government would soon begin the Govardhan Express service intended to provide emergency medical services to the milk-producing cattle. Dr. Raman Singh led State Government has also appointed Raipur Dugdh Sangh as the nodal agency for the purpose. Rasik Parmar, the Raipur Dugha Sangh President informed that Chief Minister Dr.

'Hindus protect themselves but never attack others'

CM in conversation with RSS Sarsanghchalak Mohan Bhagwat & Swami Vasudevanand Saraswat.The mammoth gathering at Hindu Samagam.

Addressing a mammoth gathering at Hindus Samagam being held at Badla in Kawardha district, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Rao Bhagwat said that do not understand the Hindu protect themselves but never attack others, said Bhagwat. Targeting Christian Missionaries, Bhagwat said that "Nobody is needed from our service. It is the duty of the Hindu community to bring back in its fold such people who are either changing their faith or already."

State Government gives letter of appreciation to JSPL for environment conservation

Jindal Steel and Power Ltd. (JSPL) has been praised by the State Government for its initiatives towards conservation of environment. A Letter of Appreciation was given by the State Government to JSPL for its love for nature and its efforts through various new initiatives towards conservation of nature. JSPL has been appreciated by the State Government also for its contribution towards making the state government's flagship environment conservation programme- Harihar Chhattisgarh, a grand success.

MATS varsity holds various competitions

MATS University students preparing exquisite photography i during the competition in the varsity premises.

Mats University organised Rangoli, Photography and College Competition, as a part of MATSOTSAV-2013 at the varsity campus on February 8. The theme for Rangoli competition was Traditional, Photography competition focused on Streets of Raipur and topic of College competition was Natural disasters. These events are immensely popular and most eagerly awaited.

Cycles, tools, sewing machines distributed to workers

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh meeting the women workers after distribution of free cycles to them.

Initiating the biggest ever campaign till date for distributing free cycles, sewing machines and trade equipment to the workers from unorganized sector, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that the State Government by acclaiming the hard work of workers is providing these equipment to them for making their livelihood easier and better. The Chief Minister observed these views while inaugurating the largest ever distribution campaign jointly organised by the Labour department and Chhattisgarh Building and Allied Workers Welfare Board.

Kashyap for complete rights to State Government for Development in Forested areas

Minister Kedar Kashyap addressing the Workshop.

State Government should have the complete rights of development of such forested areas, where tribal communities are residing, so that uninterrupted development of necessary amenities like roads, education, electricity, health and drinking water could be carried out there, stated Schedule Caste and Schedule Tribal Development Minister Kedar Kashyap during the Regional Workshop on Tribal Sub Plan been organised by the State Tribal Development Department, in collaboration with Ministry of Tribal Affairs Government of India, on February 6.

CM Dr. Raman Singh to take out 'Vikas Yatra' in April

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh chairing the meeting of Secretaries.

With the objective to showcase the development works done by the State Government, a State-wide 'Vikas Yatra' under the leadership of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will be taken out in April-May. Chief Minister held a meeting of Secretaries In-charge of various department and instructed them to work in coordination with the Ministers and Collectors of respective district to make the Vikas Yatra a success.

Punnulal Mohle visits 'Madai-Mela'

Minister Punnulal Mohle and others present during the unveiling of development works.

Food and Civil Supplies Minister Punnulal Mohle visited the traditional 'Madai-Mela' (Fair) organised at Amsena village in Raipur district on Thursday. On this occasion he also inaugurated the development works worth Rs. 14.66 Lakhs and announced further development works to the tune of Rs 13 Lakh. Addressing the gathering of thousands in the fair, Mohle said that the 'Madai-Mela' in one of the best medium of spreading messages of social interation and mutural cooperation.

CM gives in principle nod for distribution of free laptops, tablets

People wait for their turn in a queue to tell their problems to CM Dr. Raman Singh at the 'Jandarshan' programme.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has given in principle approval for distribution of free laptops and tables to final year students studying courses like Ayurved, Homepathy, Dental, Physiotherapy, Pharmacy and B.Sc (Agriculture) so that they can also formal education on computer applications. During the Jandarshan programme held on Thursday at his official residence, the Chief Minister assured of positive initiative to the delegation of students from these streams.

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