Army plans two training grounds in Chhattisgarh

Army Training Grounds in Chhattisgarh

In the clearest indications of their plans till date, senior officers in the Army said the Chhattisgarh government and the Army were in the process of finalising two separate training grounds in the State. While one training centre shall be built in the north-eastern district of Raigarh (on the Orissa border), a second one shall be identified in the south-western district of Narayanpur (on the Maharashtra border).

CSVTU Bhilai BE/MCA (Regular & Backlog) Exam Result Declared

CSVTU Diploma 2nd Year Backlog Exam 2010

The Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekanand Technical University (CSVTU), Bhilai, Chhattisgarh, on January 12, 2011, has declared the result Bachelor of Engineering (BE) VIII Semester (Backlog)/Master of Computer Application (MCA) IV Semester (Backlog) and MCA V Semester (Regular & Backlog) exam. To know more about the results, candidates can visit the university's official website:

Several Maoists killed, says Chhattisgarh police

Raipur, Jan 11 Several Maoists were killed in a gun-fight between police and the rebels Tuesday afternoon in Chhattisgarh's violence-hit Bastar region but none of the dead bodies could be recovered, police said.

'We fought a fierce gun battle with Maoists throughout the afternoon period in a thickly forested area of Bijapur district and several rebels were killed but we did not recover their bodies as their comrades carried away the dead bodies of their colleagues deep into the forest,' Superintendent of Police Rajendra Das told reporters in Bijapur town, headquarters of the district.

Chhattisgarh will play role of pwer engine in india's growth story: Raman Singh

Chhattisgarh will play role of Power Engine in india's growth story

Chhattisgarh will play role of Power Engine in india's growth story: Raman Singh With highest gross Domestic Product (GDP), abundance mineral sources and surplus power , Chhattisgarh is not only the desiered destination for investors but the start would play the pole of power engine in india's growth story, said Chif minister Dr. Raman Singh whils interacting with the prospective investors in vibrant Gujarat global summit organised at Gandhi Nagar.

Three abducted Chhattisgarh tribals still traceless

The Chhattisgarh Police early Sunday conducted raids in Maoist hideouts in restive Bastar region to trace three tribal civilians who were abducted by the rebels Jan 2.

Relatives of the abducted tribals, Kanval Singh, Dhan Singh and Lalji Ram, residents of Upartonka village in Kanker district, informed police that Maoists came to the village Jan 2 and took them away accusing them of being police informers.

Paddy acreage up two-fold in Chhattisgarh

Paddy acreage up two-fold in CG

Govt’s decision to release water for the rabi crop this season benefits farmers.

Jeevanlal Sahu, a small farmer in Kurud block of Dhamtari district in Chhattisgarh, had a bitter experience in the last rabi season (2009-10) when he failed to opt for summer paddy. But he is now elated as he is set to overcome the failure in this rabi season.
The reluctance of the Chhattisgarh government to release water from reservoirs for the rabi crop last year prevented Sahu from going for summer cultivation of paddy over the two hectares of land that he holds near Kurud, about 70 km from here.

Farmer couple murdered in Chhattisgarh

Raipur, Jan 6 (IANS) A farmer and his wife were stabbed to death by unidentified assailants Thursday in Chhattisgarh, police said.

The bodies of the couple, Narain Sahu, 52, and Sushila, 40, were found dumped in a field outsidevillage Paur in Raipur district, some 45 km from the state capital.

A police team comprising forensic experts rushed to the village from Raipur to investigate the murder which was reported to have fueled anger in the village having population of about 250 people.

Maoists may spike UID project in Chhattisgarh

With census work still incomplete due to the opposition by Maoist guerrillas, the Chhattisgarh government is uncertain about the success of the Aadhaar project to provide unique identity numbers in the state’s tribal areas. The government has selected Jagdalpur — one of the five districts of Bastar