Governor Mr. Balramji Das Tandon has wished that newly-posted Chief Justice Mr. Deepak Gupta's experience will prove beneficial for Chhattisgarh. Under the guidance of Chief Justice, cases in courts will be redressed at a faster pace and people will get justice soon. He congratulated Mr. Gupta. After the swearing-in ceremony, Chief Minister Dr Singh met family members of Mr. Gupta and congratulated them as well.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Sunday night met Mr. Trilok Bansal 97th rank holder of the Civil Serrvices Examination conducted by the Union Public Service Commission at his official residence. The parents of Mr. Bansal were also present on the occasion. Dr. Raman Singh congratulated the candidate and wished him a bright future and added that he had brought laurels to Chhattisgarh. The candidates from the State are getting selected in the all India examinations on a regular basis. It may be mentioned here that Mr. Trilok Bansal hails from Mahasamund district. His brother Mr.
Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh attended Chitranshotsav Sneh Sammelan, Pujan Shobha Yatra, and cultural programme organized at Shaheed Smarak Bhavan yesterday evening, on the occasion of Shri Chitragupta Jayanti. Chief Minister extended hearty wishes to people on the occasion of Chitragupta Jayanti. In the programme, Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Gaurishankar Agrawal, Raipur Development Authority Chairman Mr. Sanjay Shrivastava and other prominent citizens were also present.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh chaired a Cabinet meeting in which 'Hamar Chhattisgarh' scheme was approved and several crucial decisions were taken at the meet. Dr. Raman Singh addressed newsmen after the Cabinet meeting. He added that about one lakh seventy-five thousand panchayat representatives and Nagar Panchayat Councillors will be invited on a tour of the capital in the next two years. They will be taken on a tour of Bhilai Steel Plant and other industrial projects. The panchayat members will bring native soil, water and local saplings to plant them at the Botanical Gardens here.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has termed the Simhastha Maha Kumbh being held on the banks of River Shipra at Ujjan, as the magnificent epitome of social harmony based on unity in diversity in the great Indian culture.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while addressing the august gathering of pilgrims at Chhattisgarh pavilion established at the Simhastha Maha Kumbh observed these views. he said this Mahakumbh is organised in Ujjain every 12 years, where as Chief Minister Of Chhattisgarh, he got the opportunity to participate at the functions being held here.
An awareness campaign for helmet will be launched by the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh from Telibandha Marine Drive on Sunday. It might come as a surprises for many, but the Chief Minister was riding a scooter with his helmet on, with an objective to send a message among one and all that helmet is necessary for the safety of two wheeler riders . With an aim to propagate the significance of wearing helmet and encourage the people particularly youngsters to do so the Chief Minister took the initiative and led the helmet rally.
Newly-elected officials of Jila Satnam Seva Satnam Samiti Rajnandgaon today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh. Dr Singh congratulated them for taking charge of new responsibilities. Delegation included newly elected Chairman of the organization Mr. Rikhi Ram Gendra, Vice-Chairman Mr. Raseed Banjare, Treasurer Mr. Malikhram Kosre, General Secretary Mr. Ramesh Gaikwad, Secretary Mr. Paras Lehre, Patron Mr. Govind Chandel and Mr. Parth Gendre.
Delegation led by Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh led by Mr. Mohan Anti paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh at his residence office today. Delegation handed over memorandum regarding their number of demands. Ex-Chairman of Chhattisgarh Building and Other Construction Workers Welfare Board Mr.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today met a delegation of Loktantra Rakshak Senani Sangh national vice-president Mr. Sachitananda Upasne at his official residence. He submitted a memorandum seeking various demands to Dr. Raman Singh. He assured the delegation that he will look into the demands sympathetically. The delegation included State President Mr. Dutta Tripurawar, Mr. Shashikant , Mr. Sunil Pouranik, Mr. Mani Chandrakar and Mr. Yogendra Singh.
International President Mr. Siddhartha Kaul of social welfare organization SOS Children Villages International paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today at his residence office. Mr. Kaul informed Chief Minister about his organization's activities. This organization works for child welfare. Chief Minister Dr Singh told Mr. Kaul said that their organization may render its services in naxal- affected areas of Bastar region in the field of child welfare. State Government would render every possible support in the direction. Mr.