Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University BE 5th Semester Regular/Backlog Result-
Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University BE 5th Semester Regular Result
Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University BE 5th Semester Backlog Result
Two-day 'Sadhavana Sammelan'-
Chhattisgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industries (CCCI) has opposed the hike in tariff of Water Tax and electricity charges imposed in the capital. A unanimous decision was taken on the issues in the meeting of CCCI members held recently in the chamber auditorium. At the same time, Chamber also decided to support the group marriage of 1100 couples by State Government on March 1 here at Science College ground.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh termed the tribal of Bastar region as the representatives of the god. Singh stated this during the book release function in which latest novel of Rajeev Ranjan Prasad 'Aamcho Basat' at Constitutional Club New Delhi on Wednesday. State Agriculture Minister Chandrashekhar Sahu was also present on the occasion. The function was presided over by the senior littérateur Prem Janmejay while senior journalist NK Singh was also present as the special guest at the function. Dr. Singh said that the tribal of Bastar region believed in peaceful and sober lifestyle.
Two-day Book Fair -
Finally, the hectic task of paddy procurement has concluded with the ending of Kharif Marketing Year 2011-12 on February 15. According to the data obtained, the Durg District Administration has set a record by procuring 1 crore quintals of paddy this year as compared to the set target of 88 lakh quintals. However, the final data of the paddy procurement was not available as it was not updated by the societies but according to the concerned authorities the procurement figure has crossed 1 crore quintals.
The shopkeepers of Station Road, who were displaced nearly 3 years ago, have finally been given a ray of hope as Mayor Dr. Kiranmoyee Nayak has announced to resettle them in wholesale market in Dumartarai. The announcement brought a sense of relief for the 25 shopkeepers dislodged during the road widening drive 3 by RMC. The affected shopkeepers observed 'Shradhanjali Diwas' and staged silent demonstration as a mark of protest against the delay in resettlement on Wednesday.