Sukma

Sukma

2 BSF Jawans, civilian killed in Chhattisgarh Naxal landmine blast

The mangled van of BSF lying on the spot after the blast.

Two Border Security Force (BSF) personnel and the van driver (civilian) died while the BSF doctor suffered severe injuries when the Naxalites took another vicious move on Tuesday morning by triggering a landmine blast on Manjhipara culvert, located on Kerlapal-Bade Sitti road, situated 18 km from Sukma district headquarters. The BSF personnel had just left Sukma after successful completing of their election duty. Unfortunately, targeting them, they fell prey to a 35-kgs bomb planted under the Manjhipara culvert that exploded when the van was crossing the culvert.

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Hitavada

Stadiums will be constructed in all New Districts: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh chaired executive and general meetings of Chhattisgarh Olympic Association

"District Headquarters of all nine newly-formed districts will be adorned with well-equipped stadiums for the convenience and facility of sportspersons there" said Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh while addressing the general meeting of Chhattisgarh Olympic Association that was organized at conference hall of New Circuit House today, after the executive meeting of the association concluded.

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dprcg.gov.in

15 Naxals killed in Chhattisgarh encounter

The bodies of 9 Maoists guerrillas in uniform, including 5 women, 4 men, killed in the exchange of fire with the security forces

In biggest ever strike by a joint team of security forces, at least 15 Maoist guerrillas in uniform, were killed after a fierce gunfight in the dense jungles of restive Sukma District, in the wee hours of Tuesday. However, there was no report of police casualty, till the reports last came in. Post the gunfight, the joint team of security forces comprising commandos from Andhra Pradesh's anti-Maoist Grey Hound, troopers from 217 Battalion of Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) and District Force of Bijapur and Sukma districts, recovered nine out of 15 bodies, including five women and four men.

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dprcg.gov.in

Diarrhoea claims three in Kodripal

Chhattisgarh Map

Outbreak of diarrhoea in Kodripal village in Chhattisgarh's Sukma District has claimed lives of three villagers including a woman while twenty-four others fell ill. The victims were hospitalized. While authorities claimed that the situation was under control on Friday evening, Opposition Congress Party Government, blaming that the Government neglects tribal Bastar region.

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Hitavada

New Districts on path of development, CM Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister Chhattisgarh

Formation of the new districts has expedited development and it has also helped in connecting the remote areas with the main stream. The purpose of the carving out 11 new districts and giving Tahsil status to 146 development blocks in the last 5 years was to bring administration closer to the people and it has helped in boosting development of the area. people are now realizing the difference this small step of the Government has made in their lives, stated Dr.

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dprcg.gov.in

First Anniversary Celebration on Foundation of 9 New Districts in Chhattisgarh

First Anniversary Celebration on Foundation of 9 New Districts

First Anniversary will be celebrated in Balod on 10th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Gariabandon 11th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Mungeli on 12th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Bemetara on 13th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Sukma on 16th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Balrampur-Ramanujganj on 17th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Baloda Bazar-Bhatapara on 18th January 2013.
First Anniversary will be celebrated in Surajpur on 19th January 2013.

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Dainik Bhaskar

Police, Naxal exchange fire in Dornapal forests, no casualties

Naxal

The Joint Patrolling Party of 150 Battalion CRPF and District Force while on their routine patrolling across the Dornapal Jagargunda forests were in for a shock when they came under sudden attack by the Naxals. The cross firing went on for few hours after which the Naxal retreated to their forest cover. Although, no casualties were reported, the security personnel did manage to recover a lot of Naxal uniforms and a 10kg Tiffin Bomb from the spot.

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Hitavada