Lata Usendi gifts motorcycles to sports, Youth Welfare offices

Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Lata Usendi inaugurating the motorcycle distribution programme.

Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Lata Usendi gifted district sports and Youth welfare offices of seven district and the directorate of sports and youth welfare with one motorcycle each on Thursday. The objective behind the distribution of motorcycles is to make the field officers of the directorates more active. The district officers, which got the motorcycles, are Rajnandgaon, Dhamtari, Kabirdham, Raigarh, Korba, Koriya, Mahasamund.

Gang-rape victim dies, Section 144 imposed in New Delhi

Gang-rape victim dies

The 23-year-old girl, who put up a brave battle for life after she was gang-raped and brutally assaulted in a Delhi bus on December 16 that had created a nationwide outrage, died on Saturday morning in a hospital here.
The girl, who was admitted to the well-known multi-organ transplant facility Mount Elizabeth Hospital here on Thursday morning in an extremely critical condition, breathed her last at 4:45 am (2:15 am India time). She was earlier treated at the Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi.

Maharashtra Finance Commission Chief Dange meets Ajay Chandrakar

Meeting between Maharashtra Finance Commission Chairman J P Dange and His Chhattisgarh Counterpart Ajay Chandrakar under way.

Chairman of Maharashtra Finance Commission J P Dange paid courtesy visit to Ajay Chandrakar, Chairman of Chhattisgarh State Finance Commission (CSFC) here at his office in Friday. both the chairman J P Dange and Ajay Chandrakar on the occasion shared information about the financial activities in their respective states. An elaborated discussion was also carried out on the role of finance commissions in strengthening the urban bodies and the three-tier governance system. Advisor of CSFC SK Mishra who is also the former Chief Secretary of Maharashtra Finance Commission SS Mishra and Dr.

Tribal students to get facilities at par with SC students

Students from five tribal groups including Bhuiyaan, Binjhiya, Pathari, Rautiya and Sabriya will get facilities at par with the students from Scheduled Caste category while taking admissions to pre-matric hostels and ashram schools under the sanctioned seats apart from state scholarship and school scholarships at par with the students from Scheduled Tribe category, till the proposal in this regard sent to the Central Government is disposed off. An order in this regard was issued by the Tribal Development department on Friday.

Census figures are helpful in planning for the state, Chief Secretary Shri Aswal

The rate of vacating houses by the occupants increased by 101 per cent in the Naxal-infested Dantewada region, says Census 2011. Naxal terror in Dantewada is one of the main reason behind the steep rise in the rate of vacating the houses. People not finding the avenues the houses. People not finding the avenues to the main stream of society their childrens, who are believed to be the reasons for people migrating to other places, said reliable sources.

BJP wins 6, Congress 3 civic bodies' by-polls

in Charge Raipur Collector Shammi Abidi handing over the election wining certificate to BJP Candidate Radheshayam Bundela.

The Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) was triumphant in the civic body by0elections by wrenching win in six civic bodies out of nine where by-elections were held. Indian National Congress, the principle Opposition party in the State, however managed win in three civic bodies. The BJP won two posts of President and four posts of Corporators while creating history in Raipur by winning the civic elections for the post of corporator inWard 41, Raipur Municipal Corporation for the first time since RMC came into existence, here on Thursday.