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Chairman Yadav meets CM

The newly-appointed Chairman Dr. Somnath Yadav, Chhattisgarh State Backward Class Commission called on Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh at his residence here on Monday. He was accompanied by members of different community, who presented the Chief Minister with traditional 'Safa' and wood-made Lord Ganesha idol.

Anna playing vital role in battle against corruption: vishwas

Mr. Kumar Vishwas

India Against Corruption (IAC) Core Committee Member Kumar Vishwas, in his address, encouraged the IAC members and asked them not to relax unless the country gets its Jan Lokpal. On Saturday, Kumar Vishwas said that Anna plays a pivotal role in the battle against corruption.

State Govt gives more teeth to Panchayats to stop illegal mining

Expanding the rights of District, Village and Janpad Panchayats, State Government has given them rights to stop the illegal mining, illegal transportation and to seize and arrest the equipments and people involved in such activities. Mineral Resources Department is making publicity of these rights through posters and banners. Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh appealed the Panchayats to use these rights. He also appealed the Panch and Sarpanch to learn about these rights and increase the income of Panchayats.

Ban on NSUI elections demanded

The members of Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha (BJYM) has demanded ban on National Student Union of India college elections with immediate effect. They alleged that following the college elections, students are becoming indiscipline.

Bhartiya Janta Yuva Morcha holds Karyakarta Milan Samaroh

In order to strengthen the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) organisation, 'Karyakarta Milan Samaroh' is being held in all the 16 Mandals of Raipur district by Bhartiya Janata Yuva Morcha. according to Sanju Narayan Singh, BJYm Raipur district President, Milan Samaroh is being held in all the Mandals of Raipur district with an objective to join more and more youths with the organisation, which in turn would strengthen the party base.

Speed up public welfare work, Raman Singh tells collectors

Raipur, Nov 21 (IANS) Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh asked collectors of the state's 18 districts Monday to improve the government's image by speeding up public welfare and development works in transparent manner.

'You must speed up public welfare works and development projects in your districts in a transparent manner. Your good work will hugely build up the government's image and of course people too will recall you for a longer period,' he said in his address at a collectors' conference.

Anna to transform 100 villages in Chhattisgarh

Raipur: Anti-graft crusader Anna Haare plans to make few perfect villages in Chhattisgarh. The number and name of villages are yet to be decided.

Hazare will train people in Ralegaon for the administration of these villages. Members of India Against Corruption (IAC). Sources said Anna plans to transform and look after houses.

Sources said Anna is also likely to visit Chhattisgarh in January. They further said the social activist will also inspect the current projects in the state.


Chhattisgarh Congress looks for an identity other than ‘BJP B team’

Recent public statements by two Congressmen, one young and one seasoned, besides a series of major decisions, indicate an effort by the party to create an identity for itself in Chhattisgarh, apart from being an admission of the fact that it has none. The state goes to polls in 2013.

Soon after the debacle in Bastar Lok Sabha by-election this May, disappointed young Congressman Bhujit Doshi wrote two articles openly accusing the Congress of being “the B team of BJP”, “BJP’s hidden friend” and “hit by factionalism for long” and saying these have helped BJP retain power.

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