CG-04, Raipur

GPS technology to be used to curb illegal mining

Raipur: Chhattisgarh will be using Global Positioning System (GPS) to curb illegal mining in the state, official sources said on Friday.

Chief Minister Raman Singh has asked officials to use GPS and other modern technologies to track and stop illegal mining, they said.
GPS is a space-based navigation satellite system that provides location and time information in all weather. GPS satellites are used for navigational, surveying, mapping, routing, charting and time distribution purposes.

11.50 lakh children benefited under different student welfare schemes

As many as 11.50 lakh children have different Students welfare schemes of the State Government. The schemes include Mukhyamantri Bal Hridaya Suranksha Yojna, Operation Muskaan, free books, uniform distribution, computer training and other. Around 345 children have been benefited by the Mukhyamantri Bal Hridaya Suraksha Yojana as the heart of these children were operated free of cost. Likewise, cleft lips and palates of six children were also operated.

Power Grid of C'garh jointly hold State-level drawing competition

Start date: 
Thu, 11/17/2011 (All day)
Kumhari, Raipur.

Energy Efficiency Bureau and Energy Department, Govt of India is running an energy conservation campaign and as part of it the Power Grid Corporation of India and Government of Chhattisgarh jointly organised a Steel-level drawing competition at Kumhari. In this competition selected 55 students from different school of the State from Class 5 to 8 were invited. However 43participated.

C'garh Punjabi Sanatan Sabha fetes Aakash Viz

Menber of Turism Board, Aakash wing was felicitated by the Chhattisgarh Punjabi Sanatan Sabha for his achievements and contribution for the welfare of the community at Diwali get-together function on November 12. The Chief guest of the function Tourism Minister, Brijmohan Agrawal and President of the community Anup Kakkad jointly felicitated Aakash Viz by presenting memento to him.
Aakash also expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Tourism Minister Brijmohan agrawal for his appointment as the member of Tourism Board.

Seminar on eminent poet Kalidas today

Start date: 
Fri, 11/18/2011 - 15:00
Conference hall of Goverment Sanskrit College, Raipur.

A Seminar will be organised on November 18 on the eminent poet Kalidas under the joint auspices of Chhattisgarh Sanskrit Vidya Mandalam and Goverment Sanskrit Dudhadhari Sri Vaishnav Sanskrit college. The seminar will be held at conference hall of Government Sanskrit college at 3:00pm/ President of Chhattisgarh SAnskrit Vidya Mandalam, Dr. Ganesh Kaushik has appealed the intellectuals and scholars to attend the programme.