Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh dedicated the much awaited International Swimming Pool in the august presence of Urban Administration Minister Amar Agrawal, PWD Minister Rajesh Munat, Raipur MP Ramesh Mayor Kiranmayee Nayak and hoards of dignitaries and eminent personalities. The Raipur Municipal Corporation has constructed the international standards swimming pool on a government land between Sanskrit College and NIT Raipur with a cost of Rs 12.65 crore.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Thursday dedicated Wonderland Park to the people apart from laying foundation stone for Indraprastha Phase-2, a housing scheme under Town Development Plan-1. On Thursday, the Chief Minister also dedicated newly constructed International Swimming Pool, Telibandha pond beautification and free WiFi zone and Naraiya pond beautification. The amusement park, named as Wonderland Park, is spread over a sprawling 20 acres land area in Raipura where the Raipur
An amount of Rs 48 thousand was donated to the flood-victims of Jammu-Kashmir by the students of Delhi Public School, Durg. This was revealed by the Principal Ms Parveen Rasheed at the residence of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today. The amount was collected by selling the old newspapers.
Delegation of Chhattisgarh State Tennis Association led by Association Chairman Vikram Singh Sisodiya paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh at his residence yesterday evening. Delegation invited Dr Singh to grace the inaugural ceremony of Main Draw of International Gondwana Cup Tennis Tournament as Chief Guest, on November 3. This tournament will commence from November 1 at capital city Raipur.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today commenced the e-public interaction programme (E-Jandarshan) at his residence office in capital city Raipur, wherein applicants of various districts conveyed their grievances to Chief Minister on through Google Hangout application. Dr Raman Singh has become the first Chief Minister of the country to have established online contact with public through this information technology based application.
Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh will redress grievances of public through E-Jandarshan.
National Workshop on “Collection Development of e-books in libraries” By NIT Raipur :-
National Workshop on “Collection Development of e-books in libraries”
The State Government has taken several steps to protect the interests of the unorganized labour. The State ranks top in implementing welfare schemes for the toiling masses in the entire country. About 14 lakh workers were registered to help them to take advantage of the various welfare schemes launched by the State.Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh had allocated Rs 40 crore budget for the overall development of unorganized labour in the current financial year 2014-15. He had announced opening of Employees State Insurance dispensaries at Siltara, Deepka, Sarangarh and Sejbahar.
Within a short period of 14 years since its formation, Chhattisgarh has created its own identity at national-level for taking maximum number of decisions regarding farmer welfare and interest in last one decade. These decisions have borne positive and promising results. In Chhattisgarh, production of cereals has increased by 30 per cent, yield of pulses has increased by 69 per cent and that of oil seed crops has increased by 10 per cent. Moreover, area under cultivation of horticulture crops has also multiplied by eight times.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today condoled the death of freedom fighter Shri Ramadhar Tiwari. The veteran freedom fighter, a resident of Choubey Colony, died in a private hospital today.
Dr. Raman Singh, in his condolence message,said that Shri Ramadhar Tiwari played a prominent role during the Independence struggle by awakening the masses in Chhattisgarh. He will be remembered forever in the region. He expressed his deep sympathies to the bereaved family. He prayed for peace to the departed soul.