BILASPUR: Expressing shock at Chhattisgarh government's decision to quietly scrap an elephant reserve, environment minister Jairam Ramesh wrote to chief minister Raman Singh, requesting him to review the decision. Jairam reminded the CM that his government itself had asked for two elephant reserves in the state.
State run National Mineral Development Corporation on Saturday said that it plans to setup its second steel plant in Chhattisgarh with a capacity of two million tonnes per annum.
The country’s largest iron ore miner in the public sector plans to setup the integrated steel plant in a joint venture at an investment of around INR 10,000 crore.
Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, on Friday i.e. January 21, 2011, has declared the result of Bachelor of Engineering (BE) IV Semester (Backlog) exam. The exams were held in November/December 2010. To know more about the results, candidates can visit the university's official website: http://www.csvtu.ac.in/.
NMDC Ltd and Tata Steel is planning to set up its second steel plant in Chhattisgarh, according to a report.
The report stated that NMDC and Tata Steel had signed a memorandum of association in January last year.
Tata Steel has reportedly said that the company and NMDC have agreed to co-operate to explore possibilities of entering into joint ventures for the purpose of acquisition.
The estimated cost of the plant will be Rs. 100bn, adds report
National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) has cleared the deck for setting up a new regional office in Raipur.
Senior officials of the company informed the state government that the process had started and the new regional office would be set up soon in Raipur, a top official with the state's energy department said
The officials with NTPC confirmed the development and said a meeting was held in Mumbai to approve the proposal and discuss about the new set up. The new regional office would come up by bifurcating the Western region with its headquarters at Mumbai.
The department of commercial tax in Chhattisgarh is mooting a plan to make the working in the department more hi-tech with the use of information technology (IT).
“We are planning to make the entire working of the department on-line in future,” state's commercial tax minister Amar Agrawal said. The move is powered with the success the department had received in practicing IT in the working earlier.
Raipur: CSVTU Results declared for the BE 4th Backlog Examinations. Students can get there results over the official website of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University i.e. csvtu.ac.in or CLICKE HERE FOR CSVTU result 2011
For further information applicant could easily surf the official homepage of Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University.
Kanker, January 17 (ANI): Acting on a tip off, regional authorities seized massive cache of arms and ammunition from a Maoist hideout in Bhanupratappur village of Chhattisgarh on Sunday. Station House Officer R. S. Thakur said that they acted on a tip off and recovered the arms from a nearby forest. The Maoists have spread into rural pockets of 20 of India's 28 states. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has termed them as India's gravest internal security threat.
Jindal Power (JPL) is looking to mop up Rs 7,000 crore with its initial public offering (IPO) which is set to hit the market by April this year.
“Jindal Power IPO may come by the end of March or mid-April. We have necessary clearances and the IPO will depend on the market conditions. We are waiting for the right moment,” said Anand Goel, Director, Jindal Power Ltd, and Joint Managing Director, Jindal Steel and Power Ltd.
Jindal Power looks to raise Rs 7,000 cr via IPO
Mini steel plants and other small industrial units in Chhattisgarh are considering a proposal to purchase power from National Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Manikaran Power Limited (MPL).
Small industries comprising mini steel plants, sponge iron and re-rolling mills have been purchasing power from the state-run Chhattisgarh State Power Distribution Company (CSPDC). The units require 500 Mw of power and are among the biggest power consumers of CSPDC.
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