Pandemonium in RMC firemen interview, delay once again

So Close yet so far, the recruitment of firemen in Raipur Municipal Corporation (RMC) has delayed once again. Candidates appeared to give interview for recruitment on the fireman's post, created pandemonium at RMC headquarter on Monday. After objection old employees and applicants, interview was suspended. The entire process will be restarted after the decision of State Government.

CSVTU detains CIT student

Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda University (CSVTU, Bhilai)has detained 3rd semester Mining and Civil Engineering student of Central Institute of Technology (CIT), Bhelwadih Raipur with immediate effect appearing in 3 Semester examination to be held in the month of December- January 2011-12. An order in this regard has been issued by CSVTU no-CSVTU/Admin/2011/2997 dated November 21 by Registrar, Dr. A K Dubey to the college.

Mastermind behind SMC duping case in police dragnet

The mastermind behind Shivnath Mineral and Chemical (SMC) duping case, finally came in the dragnet of police. The company had to bear enormous loss of Rs 20.6 erore in the case. The accused was arrested on November 18 this year in Karnataka and has been brought till November 22 this month.
On of his accomplice G Ravi Kumar, is al;ready in Raipur Central Jail for his involvement in the same case.

Travails of displaced tribals of Bastar

An eerie silence welcomes me as I walk down the row of houses, not a soul in sight. I know that from every tiny window in these little brick-walled units, watchful, suspicious eyes follow my every move.

They are assessing me, wondering if I am friend or foe. But then, in these thickly forested parts, the lines of distinction blurred many years ago. And their life could depend on the accuracy of the conclusion they draw about every visitor.

Electrification Work Of Higher Secondary School Shivni District Janjgir Champa

The Executive Engineer of Public Works Department, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh invites tenders notice for electrification work of Higher Secondary school Shivni District Janjgir Champa.
Notice TypeTender Notice
Tender ScopeDomestic
Tender ValueINR 2,78,000/-
Project Period1 Month
EMDINR 2,780/-
CategoryElectrical Works
ProductsElectrical Work
Document FeesINR 750/-

http://tenders.indiamart.com/details/854359380/

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.

Ajit Jogi for CBI probe into wildlife killings

RAIPUR: Claiming that poachers have virtually taken over Chhattisgarh's sanctuaries, Congress leader Ajit Jogi Monday sought a CBI probe into a spate of killings of tigers and other wild animals in the state.

"Poachers have done massive networking in the state, they have virtually taken command over sanctuaries and parks. Dozens of tigers, leopards, elephants and other animals were killed in the state in recent months and the poachers supplied organs of these animals to China and the US," Jogi said in a statement.

Dr. Seminar

Start date: 
Tue, 11/22/2011 - 09:00
Venue: 
Jail Road, Hotel, Raipur, Chhattisgarh

Baba Satya sai Birthday today Dr. Seminar
State Dr. and other state Dr. attend the seminar

Home Minister slams BALCO for mismanagement of fly ash

Home Minister, Nanki ram Kanwar on Sunday, came down strongly at Aluminum major Bharat Aluminum Company (BALCO) and accused the Management of playing with the lives of hundreds of farmers with its fly ash release.
The Home Minister directed the BALCO officials to compensate the affected cultivators with at least Rs 15 lakh each and also provide employment to one department of the family.

NTSE conducted at 11 centres

Over 4,500 students of class 8 from different schools of the district appeared for the primary-level examination of National Talent Search Examination (NTSE) national-level scholarship programme in the nation to identify and nurture talented students in 11 centers (8 in durg and 3 in bhilai) on Sunday.
The Exam was conducted by NCERT (National Council of Education Research and Training) and it has been widely regarded as the toughest and most prestigious examination at high school level in the nation.