Raipur Automobile Dealers Association (RADA) to hold Auto Expo -
Chhattisgarh provides favourable environment for the development of animal husbandry and dairy production. The green environment of State provide better grazing facilities to the pet animals which is important for the improvisation milk yielding capacity of such animals, stated Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh during a function organised for the upliftment of milk producing farmers and societies at his official residence here on Monday.
The meeting of Bhartiya Janta Party State Election Committee was held on Monday, wherein, the committee after considering all the names and application of the aspirants, zeroed in on nine aspirants and the panel list was forwarded to Bhartiya Janata Party Central Election Committee. The candidates for the lone Rajya Sabha seat from Chhattisgarh would be finalised on March 15 during the meeting of BJP Central Election Committee.
Even as mystery shrouds the tragic death of Bilaspur SP Rahul Sharma, hectic parleys have begun in the echelons of Chhattisgarh Police as to who would be appointed as Sharma's successor in Bilaspur. Meanwhile, the Chhattisgarh Police has appointed Dhruv Gupta as In-Charge SP of Bilaspur district.
Opposition Congress tried its best to make the opening day of Ninth Session (Budget Session) of Chhattisgarh's third Legislative Assembly chaotic with repeated interruptions during the opening speech of Governor Shekhar Dutt. When Governor was giving information regarding the works under-taken by State Government for the betterment of farmers and agriculture, Congress Member Tamradhawaj Sahu commented that there is no mention of Rs 270 bonus on paddy.
Clearing all hurdles from way of the government for conducting the State Public Service Commission (PSC) examination, the Chhattisgarh High Court Division Bench consisting of Justice Sunil Kumar Sinha and Justice Manindra Mohan Shrivastava, on Monday up held the judgement of the single bench and dismissed all the petitions.
In a shocking incident Bilaspur Superintendent of Police Rahul Sharma committed suicide by shooting himself on the forehead with his service revolver at Police Mess here on Monday afternoon. He was immediately taken to Chhattisgarh Institute of Medical Science (CIMS) where the doctors declared him dead. The news spread like wild fire in City and all senior Police and administrative officers reached CIMS.