The Marwahi forest of Chhattisgarh is known for human-sloth bear conflict, as habitats shrink and human disturbance increases.

On April 26, 2010, Chhattisgarh additional secretary (law) Ravishankar Sharma wrote to the government’s additional standing counsel in Delhi, Aniruddh P Mai: “The state government has decided to fi

Bilaspur: Over Rs 1.76 crore is being spent on afforestation programmes being launched in Bilaspur, Nalagarh and Kunihar forest divisions under various departmental and centrally sponsored schemes

Shimla: The National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) has sanctioned Rs 70.24 crore as loan to the state government under its Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF) for the

Industry Power sector: Chhattisgarh is one of the few States of India where Power sector is effectively developed.

M/s Hind Energy & Coal Beneficiation Pvt. Ltd. is presently operating a 2 x 1.2 MTPA dry type of coal washery at Village: Hindadih, Tehsil: Masturi, District: Bilaspur (C.G.) for which the Honorable Ministry of Environment and Forest, GoI, New Delhi has accorded Environment Clearance vide letter No.: J-11015/190/2007-IA.

Forest Dept seeks compensation from NTPC

ICICI Lombard General Insurance Company has been given the mandate to provide weather-based crop insurance for the ensuing Kharif season in Bilaspur district.It will provide cover for the tomato crop for the period starting from June 15, 2011, to December 15 in the Sadar block of the district for farmers.

The weather-based crop insurance scheme will provide cover against high and low temperatur

With a vast green cover and 100-km gravity line proving to be a major impediment in the execution of the Pabbar water supply scheme, the government has decided to meet the water requirement of the capital from the Kol Dam in Bilaspur district.

The scheme from the Kol Dam, for which surveys have been completed, will quench the thirst of a target population of 6.20 lakh in Shimla till 2042.


This paper addresses the effect of pollution on dissolved oxygen content (DO) in a Shivalik Himalayan stream during early hours of day in the summer season (May 2009-June 2010). The study showed that the dissolved oxygen in the stream is below 4 mg/L in a stretch of 2600 m and, therefore, water is not fit for public supply, bathing, wildlife and fish culture.