Chhattisgarh

CM on Berla-Bargaon tour today

Dr. Raman Singh Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will be on one-day tour to Berla-Bargaon (Bemetara district) to participate in the farmers function and will distribute Rs 66.62 crore bonus to the paddy farmers. Besides this Chief Minister will also inaugurate development works tune to Its 84 corer in the district. As per report. Chief Minister will leave State capital vie helicopter, and will reach Berla village to address farmers in a function and later 3 pm he will leave for Bargaon to participate in the public functions.

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Online Monitoring of Free Text Book Distribution Scheme Commences

School Education Minister Kedar Kashyap chairing the meeting.

School Education Minister Kedar Kashyap chaired a meeting of department officials at Directorate of Public Instructions, situated in Pension Bada capital city Raipur, and reviewed the progress of Shala Praveshotsav and Education Quality Improvement Drive. He took a note of other activities of the department and also issued necessary instructions to the officials concerned. Minister Kashyap said that a state-level implementation committee should be formed to ensure imparting of quality education in state.

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More power for states needed under Essential Commodities Act to curb inflation: Shri Punnulal Mohle

Chhattisgarh Food Minister Shri Punnulal Mohle.

Chhattisgarh on Friday demanded amendment in Essential Commodities Act, providing more power to states to take measures to curb inflation and crackdown hoarding and black-marketing. Addressing a conference of state food ministers’ here, Chhattisgarh Food Minister Shri Punnulal Mohle said it should be made mandatory for traders to ensure complete disposal of stock under the Act as imposing a stockholding limit on a particular commodity is not very effective in controlling hording. Maximum profit and commission should be fixed in case of business in food items.

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Chhattisgarh demands speedy sanction for pending projects

CM Dr. Raman Singh on Friday met Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Friday met Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu and urged him to sanction pending Underground Sewerage Project in Raipur. During the meeting here, the chief minister said proposal for the phase one of the project at an estimated cost of Rs 485 crore has been sent to the Centre for sanction. Shri Naidu assured the chief minister that the project will be sanctioned on priority basis after the budget.

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Construction of Bilaspur-Raipur and Raipur-Dhamtari Four-Lane to start soon

CM Dr. Raman Singh and Union Minister for Transportation, Panchayat and Rural Development Nitin Gadkari.

On proposal of Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, Central Government has decided to start the construction of four-lane on two important road routes of Chhattisgarh soon. This decision was taken in a high-level meeting of Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh and Union Minister for Transportation, Panchayat and Rural Development Nitin Gadkari, organized on Friday at Ministry of Transportation in New Delhi.

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Ten Thousand Children of State will be taught How to Make ORS Solution

CM Dr. Raman Singh releasing the video CD ORS-Children Teach Children.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh released a video CD named 'ORS- Children Teach Children', at his residence today. This video CD has been prepared under the joint initiative of Chhattisgarh Shishu Akadami and Social Welfare Organization Mahavir International. Both the organizations are all set to initiate a drive on July 29, under which the school students will be taught how to prepare lifesaving ORS solution at home. During this drive, nearly ten thousand children of age-group 10-16 years will be taught the step-by-step process of preparing ORS solution.

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Hitavada

Records of 'Bhu-Daan Yagna' to be retrieved from Madhya Pradesh to Chhattisgarh'

CM Dr. Raman Singh attending to the people during Jandarshan.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh has assured Sarvodaya workers that strong initiatives will be taken to retrieve records of the land in Chhattisgarh, which was received as donation during Acharya Vinoba Bhave's Land Donation Yagna movement in year 1960, from Madhya Pradesh. During his weekly public interaction programme 'Jandarshan' that was organized at his residence today morning, Chief Minister gave aforementioned assurance to Ex-Chairman of the then Madhya Pradesh Land Donation Board, Panth Ram Verma of village Matang in block Patan of Durg district and other Sarvodaya workers.

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Shri Yadav garlands statue of Mahatma Gandhi before taking oath as Governor

Shri Ram Naresh Yadav garlands statue of Mahatma Gandhi

Governor of Madhya Pradesh Ram Naresh Yadav On Wednesday morning, before taking charge as Governor of Chhattisgarh, garlanded the statue of Father of Nation Mahatma Gandhi at town hall premise in Raipur. On the occasion, Collector Raipur Thakur Ramsingh and Superintendent of Police OP Pal and other administrative officials were also present.

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Hitavada

Take inspiration from Bharat Ratna Dr. BC Roy: CM

Dr. Surendra Shukla being presented the prestigious Dr. BC Roy Award by CM Dr. Raman Singh.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said on Wednesday that on the auspicious occasion of Doctors' Day the doctors should take inspiration from the life of Bharat Ratna Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy and resolve for serving the country with dedication and service motive alike this great man. Dr. Singh was addressing the programme that was held at his official residence today by the Raipur branch of the Indian Medical Association(IMA). Dr. Singh reminded that Dr. BC Roy was the Chief Minister of West Bengal. In capacity of a doctor, social worker and a politician. Dr.

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Minister Rajesh Munat inspects four-lane highway

Chhattisgarh Cabinet Minister, Rajesh Munat inspecting NH-6 four-lane in Bhilai.

Minister for PWD, Transport, Housing and Environment, Government of Chhattisgarh, Rajesh Munat inspected NH-6 four-lane highway. from Kumhari toll plaza to Durg, on Wednesday. The Minister directed the officials of DSC Ventures Private Limited, the agency for construction ans maintenance of NH-6 to follow the agreement clauses properly. Munat inspected the main lane and service lane at Charoda Sirsa Gate, Bhilai-3, CBSE Chowk and Chandra Maurya, and reviewed the quality of road. Subsequently, he directed the concerning officials to undertake the necessary road repair work within next 15 days.

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