Forest land measuring 835.616 hectares is being used for mining purposes by public sector undertakings (PSU) in Chhattisgarh without approval of Union government.

Aimed to revamp the public distribution system across the state, the Chhattisgarh government had announced to launch the CORE PDS in four new cities.

The CORE PDS is based on the latest information technology tools: smart cards, hand-held point-of-sale devices at ration shops and servers that store all data and monitor all transactions. The process weed out pilferage to the black market, remove corruption and make life hassle-free for poor folks.

Patna is at the bottom of the 50 liveable cities of India, while Mumbai is at the top.

This is the Environment Impact Assessment (EIA) report of expansion of integrated steel plant, Raigarh District, Chhattisgarh. The expansion proposal of Nalwa Steel & Power Limited includes iron and steel making, steel rolling sinter plant, coke oven, oxygen plant and producer gas plant Waste heat and char will be used for power generation.

The serene spread of the city lakes are turning into an eyesore.

Less than 24 hours after the Chhattisgarh government issued directive to schools to taste mid-day meals before they are served, 35 children of a primary school in Mou village in Raipur were hospita

Plastic waste generation is no longer a problem confined to metro cities.

Private hospitals refuse treatment under government insurance schemes

The Chhattisgarh government has had to accept yet another setback while trying desperately to rope in private players to strengthen public health care services. At least 20 major private hospitals have refused to provide treatment under the Chief Minister’s health insurance scheme — Mukhyamantri Swasthya Bima Yojana (MSBY). Reportedly, they are also not following guidelines to provide treatment under the national health insurance scheme, Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana (RSBY), and are charging money from the patients.

Chhattisgarh may not be yet on the radar of international travellers, but it does get flocks if not hordes of winged visitors from all parts of Asiatic Region, including Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Chin

About 60 coal-based power plants were planned in Chhattisgarh after 2005 as opportunistic business plugged into easy money and bad governance.

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