Emphasising on the ideals of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said that his endeavor is to establish good governance- 'Sushasan', in the State through transparency, honesty and sensibility. He said that by way of good governance the various schemes initiated by the Government will reach the last person in the society. This way everyone from the Chief Minister, Ministers to the man on the streets will play his role in the progress of the focus of this Government for which everyone will work as a team, stated CM Dr.
In larger and wider interest of labourers engaged in farming work, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will be launching an insurance scheme 'Atal Khetihar Mazdoor Bima Yojana' on December 25 to mark 'Sushasan Diwas'. CM Dr. Singh will launch the insurance scheme in a programme organized here at Shaheed Smarak Bhawan to observe the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.
On the occasion of Christmas, the birthday of Lord Jesus Christ, Governor Shekhar Dutt and Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has extended their greetings to the people of the State. In his message, Governor Dutt called the festival a day to pay service towards mankind and spreading the message of peace and affection among each others.
In the era of technology, teachers must be well-acquainted with modern technology and information resources for better results in higher education. It is the technology which has made life simpler and can be used in improving the standard of higher education in Chhattisgarh, said Governor Shekhar Dutt on Tuesday.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, on behalf of 2.5 crore population of Chhattisgarh, honoured legendary hockey player Balbir Singh (Sr.) at Chief Minister's official residence on Sunday evening. Balbir Singh (Sr.) was in Raipur to attend a function at Rajkumar College. Chhattisgarh Olympic Association (CGOA) had arranged a special programme in honour of veteran Balbir (Sr.).
Public Works Department Minister Rajesh Munat review the department works at a meeting held on Monday at New Circuit House. During the meeting Munat directed the officials to complete all construction and development works within the stipulated time-limit. At the same time the quality of the construction works should be ensured and directed that no compromise in the quality of construction will be tolerated.
Governor Shekhar Dutt on Sunday participated in the State-level convention of Bhartiya Jain Sangathana and while addressing the gathering there said that principals proposed by Lord Mahaveer were adopted by the Jain community 25000 years ago and those are being followed till date. He further lauded he efforts of Bharatiya Jain Sangathana being made in the field of social service and said that members of the organization are sincerely carrying out their tasks for the same.
While the State's capital city is wearing the festive look of Christmas, a group of carol singers from the Christian community paid a visit to the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh at his official residence in the city on Sunday. A couple of youths were dresses as Santa Claus with whom several other youths expressed best wishes to Chief Minister through Carol Singing. The CM along with his wife Veena Singh expressed best wishes for the Christian community.
Like the Rotary has won fight against polio in the word, similarly there should also be a struggle to eliminate malnutrition and that is possible through Rotary, Said Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh while inaugurating the three-day Rotary District Conference in private hotel on Friday. He said Rotary is the organization in the world that has lad launched drive against polio and also succeeded in its mission.
Bilaspur will have the State second Government Ayurvedic College and will have 60seats in the inaugural academic session of the college. This information was given by Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh when delegation government ayurvedic doctors called on him to greet for becoming third time Chief Minister of the state here on Friday.