Korba

CG-12, Korba

CM distributes essential aids among 649 disabled beneficiaries

CM Dr. Raman Singh distributing aids and wheel chairs to specially abled people during the programme.

"It is a matter of immense pleasure that Chhattisgarh is no more lacking behind in health facilities. The fully equipped hospital with modern technial facilities will not only beneficial for Korba people but will also prove boon for people residing in remote areas of the district. Instead of referring the victims of road mishap, industrial accidents, etc, to other places like Bilaspur and Raipur, the doctors will now able to provide best treatment in the district only," said Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh, while addressing people in the programme held at District Hospital.

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Hitavada

Mockery of Plantation Drive: Revenue Department Uproot 62,500 Saplings

MAKING a Mockery of much-hyped slogan ‘Save Environment and Save Planet-Earth’ as Well as the campaign launched to encourage people towards maintaining ecological balance through plantation, the Government machinery itself proved their indifferent attitude towards the campaign on Tuesday. As Part of the campaign the Forest Department, Government of Chhattisgarh had got nearly 62,500 saplings of Teak planted over 60 acres of land at Rogbahari under BALCO Nagar roughly three months back.

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The Hitavada

Railway Authority to Proceed Towards Devptafter Receiving Loan

Divisional Railway Manager Devraj Panda

“Railway has borrowed loan of Rs 150 crore from Life insurance Corporation of India and now Railway is trying to borrow some more loans from some Japanese Companies. Railway Would get the amount, the district will proceed towards development” Said Divisional Railway Manager Devraj Panda, During his Day long visit, on Tuesday. During the visit, DRM panda inspected Gevra-Deepka Coal Siding and had discussion on East Rail Corridor with SECL Officials.

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The Hitavada

Livelihood College changes life of Korba youth

Ranjit Kanwar at Korba

It is not enough just to have a degree to get a job. You should have requisite skills to acquire a job. The story of Ranjit proves this point. Ranjit was a graduate but still worked as a labourer. He was clear in his mind that just having a graduation degree will not land him a job. He knew he did not have technical knowledge. The people around him used to query him about his working as a labourer in spite his having a degree.

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www.dprcg.gov.in

Maintain transparency in paddy procurement: Collector

Collector Reena Babasaheb Kangale has directed the authorities concerned to ensure maintaining transparency in ongoing paddy procurement process across the district. She has also warned strict action against those commit any
sort of carelessness in the process. As per the official sources, the Collector chaired a meeting recently here at Zila Panchayat conference hall to review the progress in paddy procurement across the district. She also inquired about the arrangements made in this regards.

Source: 
Central Chronicle

CM of Chhattisgarh to redress grievances of public through E-Jandarshan today

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh

Today, Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh will redress grievances of public through E-Jandarshan. For last 10 years, Dr. Singh has been interacting with common people to redress their issues in his weekly Jandarshan programme held on every Thursday. But on Thursday October 30, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh will interact with people through E-Jandarshan. For this, nearly 50 applicants from eight districts have been selected.

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www.dprcg.gov.in

CM reviews urban development schemes 451 city buses to be facilitated in 70 cities of Chhattisgarh soon

CM Dr. Raman Singh chairing the meeting and Senior Officials during the meeting.

Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh instructed officials concerned to start operating 100 city buses in capital city Raipur under the first phase of City Bus Scheme and facilitate 451 city buses in 70 other cities of Chhattisgarh in the second phase. Dr Singh issued aforementioned instructions in the review meeting of Urban Administration and Development Department held at Mantralay (Mahanadi Bhavan) today. In the meeting, officials showed a presentation based on departmental works and schemes.

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Central Chrobicle

CM approves 152 crore for wildlife conservation projects

CM Dr. Raman Singh chairing the meeting of forest officials.

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh approved Rs 152 crores for the two wildlife conservation projects 'Gajraaj' and Jaamwant' for the conservation of Elephants and Bears while chairing the meeting of Forest officials on Friday. Both the projects will be funded under the Compensatory Afforestation Fund Management and Planning Authority (CAMPA) fund. The allotted funds will be spent in the period of five years in both the projects.

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Vision News Service