Jagdalpur

CG-17, Jagdalpur

Republic Day is festival of all Indians: Dr. Raman Singh

CM salute of the passingout parade

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh on Yesterday said that Republic Day is the festival of all Indians. He said Lok Seva Kendras will be started in all tehsils soon. Public services will be catered through mobile phones. College students will be given Laptops and tablets under the 'Chhattisgarh Yuva Suchna Kranti Yojana'. A 132 k.v. gas-based electric sub-station will be installed at Raipur soon. 'Chief Minister Urban Livelihood Mission' will be launched to provide employment to poor urban youth in 141 local bodies. Dr. Raman Singh said I.I.T and Triple I.T.

CM will hoist National Flag at Jagdalpur, Vidhan Sabha Speaker at Ambikapur

The preparations are in full swing for the ensuing Republic Day celebrations in Chhattisgarh. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will hoist the National Flag on January 26 at Bastar head-quarters town of Jagdalpur and Vidhan Sabha Speaker Mr. Gourishankar Agrawal will hoist the Flag at Sarguja head-quarters town of Ambikapur. The Ministers, MPs and MLAs will hoist the National Flag at all the district head-quarters and read the Chief Minister's message to citizens. Panchayat and Rural Development Minister Mr.

CM dedicates 'Composite' building

CM Dr. Raman Singh Inaugurated the Composite Building

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today dedicated a 'Composite'building at Jagdalpur in Bastar district. It was constructed at a cost of Rs. 10 crore 50 lakh. It is a three-storeyed building and consists of 104 rooms. Dr. Raman Singh expressed his happiness over the construction of the joint district office building on time. He added as most of the offices will be located under one roof it will be convenient for the public to completed their work at one place. The common citizens will find it convenient to find almost all the important offices in the same building. Dr.

Bastar will free from Naxal violence very soon: CM

CM Dr. Raman Singh presenting cheque to a beneficiary under state government programme.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh said on Sunday that Bastar region of the state will become free from Naxal violence very soon and fourfold development will be seen in this region in the near future. Dr. Singh gave this assurance while mentioning about several development programmes of the state government that are being run in different districts of Bastar. He was addressing as the chief guest in the inaugural ceremony of the Lifeline Express medical camp at Jagdalpur, the headquarters of Bastar division.

School students from Bastar pay courtesy call on Chief Minister

School Students from Jagdalpur, Bastar district and Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh

School Students from Bastar (Jagdalpur) district on Saturday paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh on Saturday at his residence in capital city Raipur. These students have been selected from various high schools and higher secondary schools of seven development blocks of Bastar district for educational tour. They have visited Science Centre, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Vivekananda Sarovar, Indoor Stadium and other places in capital city Raipur. Soon they will visit Bhilai Steel Plant also.

Bacyard Scheme: 37.13 Lakh chickens distributed to more than 76 thousand beneficiaries

Chicken

State Government's Animal Husbandry Development Department has distributed nearly 37 lakh 13 thousand chickens to more than 76 thousand beneficiaries in previous three years, under Backyard Scheme. This includes the beneficiaries of Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Other Backward classes and General category as well. In year 2011-12, 14 lakh 29 thousand chickens were distributed to 25 thousand beneficiaries whereas in year 2013-14 nearly 13 lakh 24 thousand chickens were distributed to 26 thousand beneficiaries.

Three ultras involved in Jiram Ghati Naxal attack surrender

Naxal Surrender

In A major success for Chhattisgarh police. 3 ultras, including a woman, who were involved in last year Bram Ghati Naxals attack on Congress convoy, surrendered before the Bastar Range Inspector General of Police SRP Kalluri on Monday. Naxal Chaitram and his wife Manjula of Narainpur and Naxal Rajni of Rajnandagon surrendered before Narainpur police on Monday. Naxal Commander Chaitram was directly involved in Jiram Ghati massacre while his wife used to cook food for the red rebels, said the IG.

Road construction in forest areas of LWE affected districts is no more a complicated procedure

Dr. Raman Singh Chief Minister in Chhattisgarh

General approval for construction of roads on forestland in 10 Left Wing Extremism (LWE) affected districts of state will now be granted easily, as Central Government has slackened the rules related to this procedure. Centre has simplified the procedure for general approval under Section-2 of Central Forest Conservation Act 1980, keeping in view the need of infrastructural development for public utility. As per the simplified procedure, the general approval for construction of two-lane highways on forestland will be given by State Government itself.