Rajiv Jain, General manager, Indian Oil Corporation (Bhopal Division)paid a courtesy visit to Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh at his office in Assembly annex. During the meeting the IOCL GM held discussion on establishment of two new IOCL depots at Korba and Lakholi (mandir Hasaud). Snior Division Manager R Tamrakar and Senior Manager B K Pathi were also present on the occasion.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has issued instructions to officials concerned that the students of standard 10th and 12th, belonging to the category of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe and Other Backward Classes, should be compulsorily awarded their caste certificates before they pass out from school. Dr. Singh issued instructions in the aforementioned context at the meeting of Chhattisgarh Tribal Advisory Council, held at Vidhan Sabha premises yesterday on July 22 evening.
Congress legislator Amit Jogi led a delegation of party MIAs to meet Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on the issue of striking tribal students to demand that seats reserved for Scheduled Castes/ Scheduled Tribes not be allocated to other categories. A delegation of striking tribal students also accompanied them on the occasion. Jogi said that CM Dr. Raman Singh assured them
Lalpur based meteorological centre in capital city Raipur has issued warning that certain places in Chhattisgarh will encounter heavy rains while one or two areas will have unusually heavy rains in next 48 hours. State Government's Revenue and Calamity Management Department has sent this report of meteorological centre to all the District Collectors and has instructed them to stay alert and make advance arrangements for calamity management.
The website of Chhattisgarh Assembly - www.cgvidhansabha.gov.in got a facelift on the first day of Monsoon Session of Fourth Chhattisgarh Assembly. Operation of the Chhattisgarh Assembly website with new and attractive look was inaugurated jointly by Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Congress Legislative Party Leader T S Singhdeo.
The First day of Monsoon Session of Fourth Chhattisgarh Assembly began with paying rich tributes to three leaders including former Union Minister Late Gopinath Munde, former Minister in erstwhile Madhya Pradesh Government and former MLA from Bilaspur Late B R Yadav and former Rajnandgaon Mp Late Madan Tiwari. As soon as the proceedings of the Monsoon Session, Speaker Gaurishankar Agrawal mentioned the sad demise of the three leaders and presented a brief account of their life. Chief Minister Dr.
In the cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Friday at Mantralya (Mahanadi Bhavan), several important decisions were taken regarding formation of Chhattisgarh State Road Development Corporation, increase in compensation amounts for victims of wild animal attack and formation of State Cooperative Election Committee for conducting elections of cooperative societies. After the cabinet meeting was over, PWD, Housing and Environment Minister Rajesh Moonat gave information about the cabinet's decisions.
New Principal Secretary of Public Relations Department Amitabh Jain took charge of the post on Thursday in the afternoon. Outgoing Principal Secretary of the department Aman Kumar Singh welcomed Mr Jain and handed over the charge with best wishes. It is noteworthy that by the orders of State Government regarding new postings, Mr Amitabh Jain has been posted as Principal Secretary of Public Relations Department. He has also been entrusted with additional charge of Principal Secretary PWD and Parliamentary Works Department.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh took serious note of the complaint about encroachment over land of a government hospital in Mandir Hasaud area of Raipur district for construction of shopping complex. Dr Singh issued instructions to Collector Raipur to immediately probe the matter and remove encroachment, if the complaint is found true. Dr Singh received the aforementioned complaint during 'Jandarshan' programme, which was organized today morning at his residence. Jandarshan, Chief Minister met over 1200 people from various districts of the state including capital city Raipur.
Employment Day will be observed along with Chawal Utsav under Food Security Scheme in 9734 village panchayats in the state under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGA)on 7th of every month.