Chhattisgarh

Sukma is developing very fast despite Naxal violence: Dr. Raman Singh

Chief Minister was addressing a Samaroh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today said that within four years (42 months) of the creation of Sukma district it has made a lot of progress. Chief Minister was addressing a Samaroh at the district headquarter Sukma.

It is a miracle that despite Naxalites' violence the remote border district of Chhattisgarh had made a significant progress in the field of education and infrastructure development. The youth undergoing training in Livelihood Colleges have made rapid strides in their careers. He inspected the Livelihood College and spoke to women there.

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Prime Minister honours Chhattisgarh with E-Panchayat National Award

PM Narendra Modi Minister honoured Chhattisgarh State by giving Ajay Chandrakar received the award

Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi today honoured Chhattisgarh State by giving 'E-Panchayat' National Award. Chhattisgarh State Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr. Ajay Chandrakar received the prestigious award on behalf of the State at Vignan Bhawan in New Delhi.

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Naya Raipur is the best destination for development of IT industries: CM Dr Raman Singh

CM Dr. Raman Singh Addressing the Meeting.

"Naya Raipur is the best destination for development of Information Technology (IT) based industries, because it offers better facilities for such industries than any other state. Chhattisgarh has better IT and Electronics Policy, and Chhattisgarh Government is well-determined for development of IT sector in state," said Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh today while addressing 'Opportunity Chhattisgarh 2015' event jointly organized by State Government's Information Technology Department and NASSCOM.

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Governor invited for Kathak Workshop in Rajnandgaon

Governor Balramji Das Tandon met with SCKKKSM Rajnandgaon, Principal KK Sinha

A delegation of Office bearers of Shri Chakradhar Kathak Kalyan Kendra Sangeet Mahavidyalaya (SCKKKSM) Rajnandgaon, under leadership of Principal KK Sinha, paid courtesy visit to the Governor Balram Das Tandon at Rajbhavan here on Thursday. They invited Governor to take part in the workshop to be organised on All India Kathal Dance, to be held in Rajnandgaon in the coming month. In this the Padma Vibhushan recipient Pt. Birju Maharaj would be present and impart training to Kathak dancers on intricacies of Kathak. This workshop will be organised in Rajnandgaon from May 12 to 16.

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Central Chronicle

Lok Suraaj is meant for development of villages, poor and farmers: Shri Brijmohan Ji

Agriculture Minister Brijmohan Agrawal visits Pondi and Jhalmala

Agriculture Minister Mr. Brijmohan Agrawal said that development of villages, poor and farmers is the chief objective of Lok Suraaj. Development of farmers and labourers leads to progress of the villages, and progress of villages is the true progress of the state and the nation as a whole. Minister AGrawal said that Chhattisgarh is the first state of the country, where state government visits villages and cities of the state to evaluate implementation of public welfare schemes and to check the ground reality of development works.

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Women and Child Development Minister inspects One Stop Centre

Minister Mrs. Ramsheela Sahu today inspected the ongoing construction work

Women and Child Development Minister Mrs. Ramsheela Sahu today inspected the ongoing construction work of one stop centre worth Rs 37 lakh 67 thousand, in District Hospital premise. She said that this centre will prove beneficial for needy women. Officials informed that as the construction of this centre (five-bed capacity) completes, it will be equipped with treatment facility of physical and mental ailments for women. This is the first one-stop centre in the country. It is notable that Central Government has decided to establish Nirbhaya Kendra for supporting women in need.

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Governor extends hearty congratulations students of 12th Board exams

Governor Balramji Das Tandon

Governor Balramji Das Tandon has extended hearty congratulations to students who have cleared 12th CGBSE board exam with flying colours. He has prayed for bright future of these meritorious students and said that they should continue to work hard with dedication and glorify name of the state and the country. Dr. Tandon said that the students, who could not clear the exams, should not get disheartened and rather continue with their studies with extra hard work to succeed in future.

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