'Kids Take-Over' programme was organized as a part of International Children's Day jointly by the Chhattisgarh State Child Rights' Protection Commission and United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF). Thirteen child journalists of 'Sangwari Khabaria' of Surguja participated. Thirteen-year-old Ms Raveena Ekka assumed the role of Chairperson of Chhattisgarh State Child Rights' Protection Commission for a day. In-Charge Chairperson of Commission Mrs. M. Geeta was also present. Ms.
A Training cam cum kit distribution programme for Haj pilgrims was organised at Khalsa School, Pandri on Sunday. On this occasion, all the 116 selected pilgrims for the holy 'Haj Yatra' this year were provided training about the local costumes and disciplines to be followed at Mecca besides administering vaccines for avoiding the swine flu and brain fever.
Owing to the natural calamity, Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi's programme scheduled on May 9 in Naya Raipur have been postponed. But the sequence of his programmes in Dantewada remains unchanged. As a storm hit Naya Raipur today afternoon, the massive dome under-construction in IIIT premise, which was being built for Prime Minister's programme, fell off. Number of employees and labourers were injured in the incident. As soon as Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh received the information, he reached on spot and inspected the venue.
Sakshar Bharat programme has illuminated entire Sarguja district of Chhattisgarh with the light of knowledge and literacy. Other than Sarguja district, two development blocks namely Tilda (Raipur district) and Ambagarh Chowki (Rajnandgaon district), and five Gram Panchayats of the state namely Uparwah (Rajnandgaon district), Jhirmiti (Sarguja district), Mohandi (Mahasamund district), Borgaon (Kondagaon district), and Teknar (Dantewada district) have also attained success in significantly elevating literacy rate under Sakshar Bharat Programme.
Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh today commenced the e-public interaction programme (E-Jandarshan) at his residence office in capital city Raipur, wherein applicants of various districts conveyed their grievances to Chief Minister on through Google Hangout application. Dr Raman Singh has become the first Chief Minister of the country to have established online contact with public through this information technology based application.
Governor of Chhattisgarh Balramji Das Tandon graced the ration distribution programme organized by Lala Jagat Narayan Nishkam Seva Society and Shri Gyan Sthal Mandir Sabha at Ludhiana yesterday. He lauded the social welfare works of the organization and said that we all should make efforts to help the poor and needy by all possible means, but along with the financial help we should also support them in becoming self-dependent. On the occasion, Head of the Organization Jagdish Bajaj was also present.
Chhattisgarh chapter of National Teachers Welfare Foundation will organize State Teachers Felicitation Programme on September 15, to honour the teachers of the state for their excellent contribution in the field of education. This programme will be organized at Rajbhavan around 11.30 am. In the programme, Governor Shri Balramji Das Tandon will honour 19 teachers, selected from all over the state.
Bastar Member of Parliament Dinesh Kashyap conducted public contact programme in Makdi block where he carried out bhoomipuJan, public dedication and heard Problems of villagers. He dedicated Sub Health Center building at village Jarandi, dedicated Primary School building at village Arangula, commercial building at village Mageda, at village Bageda dedicated cultural buildIng and aaganbadi building at Urela. He assured the villagers to resolve the problems raised by them at the earliest.
The two-day orientation programme of the newly-elected MLAs being organised in Chhattisgarh Assembly Secretariat concluded on Sunday. Senior BJP Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha Ravishankar Prasad addressed the legislators in the concluding session where he offered many tips to become effective as MLA in Vidhan Sabha.
A delegation of students from Adarsh Post Matric Scheduled Caste Boys Government Hostel, Pension Bada, Raipur led by newly-elected MLA of Aarang area Naveen Markandey paid courtesy visit to Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh Dr. Raman Singh today at his residence. They invited Chief Minister to be the Chief Guest of the programme to be organized on auspicious occasion of Guru Ghasidas Jayanti on December 18. Chief Minister thanked the delegation for the invitation and extended warm wishes for success of the programme.