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'Club Marina' to be launched today

Raipurians will have the unique opportunity and world class environment living in Singapore City that will unveil the experience of International infrasstructure at its 'Club Marina' to be launched on December 24. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh's wife Veena Singh will grace the occasion as chief guest and inaugurate the club situated near hotel Piccadilly, G.E. Road on Saturday at 7pm.

Raipur Metropolis sets up its Brownfield venture

This alliance with Labone will bring advanced technology and services to the state of Chhattisgarh, thus proliferating Metropolis penetration in tier II and tier III cities.
Metropolis Healthcare, India’s leading multinational chain of diagnostic centers announces its entrance into Raipur through a partnership with Labone. This alliance with Labone will bring advanced technology and services to the state of Chhattisgarh, thus proliferating Metropolis penetration in tier II and tier III cities.

Chhattisgarh :Sarkhel arrested

Chhattisgarh map

A week after booking him for violence near the proposed Posco project site in Jagatsinghpur district, police on Friday arrested controversial contractor and trade union leader Bapi Sarkhel from Raipur in neighbouring Chhattisgarh.

"Our team nabbed Sarkhel from a hotel in Raipur between 3:30 am and 4 am," SP (Jagatsinghpur) S Debadutt Singh said. "Sarkhel is being brought to Kujang where he will be produced before a court," he added.

CPI demands PM intervention in Soni Sori case

The CPI today alleged custodial torture of a tribal school teacher who is under arrest on charges of aiding Maoists in Chhattisgarh and sought the Prime Minister''s intervention to initiate action against the police personnel involved.

In a letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, party National Secretary D Raja urged him to take the matter "urgently" and intervene to "put an end to the persecution of Soni Sori and her family, including her nephew Lingaram Kodopi", who is also under arrest.

Why ‘force first' will not work

Union Minister for Rural Development Jairam Ramesh, in an article on left-wing extremism (“From Tirupati to Pashupati?” The Hindu, October 14, 2011), observed candidly: “It is not the naxals who have created the ground conditions ripe for their ideology — it is the singular failure of successive governments both in the States and the Centre.”

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