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Chhattisgarh
Winter Session of Chhattisgarh Assembly begins from Monday
The Winter Session of Chhattisgarh Assembly begins tomorrow with Congress planning to corner the ruling BJP on several issues, including the botched sterilisation surgeries in Bilaspur which claimed the lives of 13 women.
BJP president Amit Shah to visit Raipur on Friday
BJP president Amit Shah will be on a one-day visit to Raipur on Friday to mark the completion of first year of the ongoing third term of Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh.
Chhattisgarh will become Naxal-free soon: Raman Singh
The day is not far when Chhattisgarh will become "Naxal-free", thanks to the joint efforts of state government and Centre in wiping out the Maoist menace, Chief Minister Raman Singh said on Sunday.
Seven alleged Maoists held in Chhattisgarh’s Bastar region
Seven alleged Maoists were arrested from separate places in the insurgency-hit Bastar region of Chhattisgarh state on Tuesday, police sources said.
TRAI will organise ‘Consumer Outreach Programme’ at Raipur on 21st November
Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has been undertaking various activities to outreach the telecom consumers to educate them and take feedback from them.
CG Botched sterilisations : Judicial probe commences
The one-member judicial commission formed by the Chhattisgarh government to probe the botched sterilisations commenced its probe with Retd District and Session Judge, Anita Jha, visiting the site of the health camp Pendari village where the illfated laparoscopies were conducted.
Sterilisation deaths: Children of deceased women to be ‘adopted’ by C’garh govt
Children of the women who died after undergoing sterilisation surgeries at the government-organised camps in Bilaspur district last week would be adopted by the state government.
CG Sterilisations Deaths: Rahul Gandhi Heads to Bilaspur Today
Rahul Gandhi will visit Pendari village in Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh today, where botched sterilisation surgeries have left 13 women dead. Sources said that Rahul Gandhi will be meeting the family members of the victims and also take stock of the corrective measures being taken by the state government.
Chhattisgarh sterilisation deaths : Doctor held, more arrests likely
Chhattisgarh police have arrested doctor R. K. Gupta, whose botched sterilisations claimed the lives of 13 women in Bilaspur this week. A reports said the other doctors who assisted in the surgery too were likely to be arrested soon.
Chhattisgarh women deaths: SC refuses to take suo motu cognisance
The Supreme Court Wednesday refused to take suo motu cognisance of news reports relating to death of 11 women due to alleged medical negligence in sterilisation surgeries at Bilaspur in Chhattisgarh.
Eight Women Die, Dozens Critical After Sterilisation Camp
Eight women have died and some 30 are in a critical condition after mass sterilization at a camp organized by the Chhattisgarh government in Bilaspur, the home district of state Health Minister Amar Agarwal.
Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha prepares world’s ‘largest’ banner on Clean India Campaign
A poster with an area of 36000 sq. ft., carrying hundreds of slogans promoting Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan', was unveiled by Chief Minister Raman Singh here today.
Naxal leader Bijja who killed 136 policemen arrested
In a big catch for the Chhattisgarh Police, Naxal leader Hemant Mandavi alias Bijja, accused in the gruesome Dantewada and Tadmetla killings has been arrested. Bijja is one of the accused of the Dantewada mass massacre where 76 CRPF personnel were killed.
Twelve Naxals surrender in Kanker district
In yet another setback to the Maoist movement in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region, 12 Naxals surrendered on Friday in Kanker district taking the total number of those laying down their arms to 315 this year in the state.
Raipur Medical College doctors call off strike
Succumbing to the threat of their names being struck off from the college rolls, the striking junior resident doctors (JRs) of Raipur Medical College called off their strike unconditionally on Friday, almost 10 days after they had struck work in pursuance to their demand of higher stipend.
Chattisgarh CM cold-shoulders striking junior doctors in Raipur
In a setback to the striking junior resident doctors (JRs) of the Raipur Medical College, chief minister Dr. Raman Singh literally gave them a cold shoulder and refused to listen to them when they had gone to meet him on Wednesday afternoon in connection with their demand of a hike in their stipends.
20 more rebels surrender in state, 280 in all so far
Maoist cadres continued to surrender with 20 more rebels, some of them carrying rewards on their heads, turning themselves in on Tuesday in tribal Bastar region of Chhattisgarh. With this, the total number of rebels laying down arms has reached nearly 280 this year.
Andhra CM to visit upcoming new capital of Chhattisgarh, Naya Raipur on Monday
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu whose state would be developing a new capital city post-bifurcation will visit Naya Raipur, the upcoming new capital of Chhattisgarh, on Monday.
Chhattisgarh lawyer claims she was gangraped, consumes phenyl in Supreme Court premises
A female lawyer from Chhattisgarh consumed phenyl in the Supreme Court premises on Monday after claiming that she was gangraped by her relatives in her home state in November 2013.
BJP retains Antagarh seat in Chhattisgarh
BJP on Saturday retained the Naxal-hit Antagarh constituency in Chhattisgarh with its candidate Bhojraj Naag winning the bypoll, defeating his lone opponent Rupdhar Pudo of Ambedkarite Party of India by over 50,000 votes.
Seven Maoists surrender in Chhattisgarh’s Narayanpur district
Seven Maoists including a woman surrendered in Chhattisgarh's Narayanpur district Tuesday. Additional superintendent of police O P Sharma said that Dayaram (32), Balkrishna alias Krishna Nag (37), Lalit Kumar Potai (30), Guddu Medam alias Pavan Kumar Pradhan (40), Koliya alias Sudhram Netam (25), Tilanand alias Guddu (20) and a woman Naxal called Sukli Vadde (25) surrendered in the presence of senior police officers.
Woman injured after getting stuck in MRI machine, family blames doctors
In a shocking incident in Chhattisgarh, negligence by junior doctors in a village hospital in Raipur resulted in a woman getting stuck in an MRI machine. The woman was seriously injured.
Interstate fake currency racket busted in Raigarh, four arrested
The police claimed to have busted an interstate fake currency racket in Chhattisgarh on Monday. A report coming from state capital Raipur said that four people were arrested and counterfeit currency notes seized with a face value of Rs. 12 lakh, in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh district.
Candidate’s withdrawal from by-poll, Chhattisgarh Congress committee draws flak
Chhattisgarh Pradesh Congress Committee (CGPCC) is drawing flak from within the party for picking up for assembly-by election an "unwilling" candidate, who withdrew his nomination papers at the late minute-apparently giving a cake walk to ruling BJP from Antagarh (ST) constituency in Kanker district in tribal Bastar region.
Accept self-attested papers of candidates : High court tells Chhattisgarh
Chhattisgarh high court has directed the state government to issue an order for accepting self-attested documents by candidates appearing in recruitments. Allowing a writ petition filed by Parameshwari Chaturvedi, a single bench of Justice Prashant Kumar Mishra directed the general administration department (GAD) on August 11.
RMC sleeps as malaria outbreak threatens Raipur
Raipur Municipal Corporation faces criticism over mosquito menace that is posing threat of an outbreak of malaria, chikungunya and dengue. Civic body's budget of more than Rs 10 lakh and fogging machines have failed to control mosquito breeding.
Two Naxals involved in Jiram valley attack arrested
Two dreaded Maoists allegedly involved in last year's ghastly Jiram valley attack which killed 31 people including some Congress leaders, were on on Tuesday arrested in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar district. A cache of explosives was also recovered from the ultras, police said.
Sai Baba should not be worshipped as deity, says Dharma Sansad
A two-day-long 'Dharma Sansad' convened by the Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand Saraswati of Dwarka Peeth on Tuesday passed a resolution that Sai Baba, the 19th century saint from Shirdi, should not be worshipped as a deity by the followers of 'Sanatan Dharma'.
Three Maoists surrender in Bastar
Three hardcore Maoists, including two women, who were allegedly involved in the deadly Jiram valley and Tadmetla Maoist attacks, surrendered on Monday in Chhattisgarh's insurgency-hit Bastar district.
Terror suspect Sheikh Abdul Naeem escapes from police custody
An alleged terrorist escaped from police custody on Sunday by jumping off a moving train in Chhattisgarh's Raigarh district. Sheikh Abdul Naeem, an alleged HuJI operative, jumped off the Howrah-Mumbai Superfast Mail between Kharsiya and Shakti railway stations.