Raipur : ‘One State-One Game’ : Chhattisgarh state selected for Archery Training : Special sports facilities and advanced training to be provided to the sportspersons, with an aim to win medals in Olympic 2024
Chhattisgarh state has been selected for Archery sport under ‘One State, One Game’ initiative. With an aim to enhance the possibilities for India to win medals in Olympic Sports of year 2024, Government of India’s Sports Ministry has launched ‘One State, One Game’ policy.
Under this ‘One State, One Game’ initiative, states will be provided better facilities, better sports training along with enhanced exposure for sportspersons through various sports tournaments. Besides, sportspersons will be provided additional support in terms of sports techniques and sports science.
It is noteworthy that to promote sports in the state, Chhattisgarh Government has constituted Chhattisgarh Sports Development Authority under the chairmanship of Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel. Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Mr. Umesh Patel informed that under this initiative, various sports academies are being established. The sports development authority will be running well-equipped sports academies in various parts of the state. This will also prove favourable for the industries based in Chhattisgarh.
Sports and Youth Welfare Department Director Mrs. Shweta Sinha informed that considering the possibility of winning medals in Olympic sports tournaments in year 2024 and year 2028, Government of India has shortlisted 14 sports including archery. Central Government has selected one sport for each state, after proper discussion with the state governments concerned. The state has expertise in the sport selected for it. In these states, all the necessary facilities will be provided for better training of the young talent in the selected sports so as to prepare them for Olympic. In the same sequence, under ‘One State, One Game’ initiative, Archery has been selected for Chhattisgarh state, as archery has been an important part of tribal culture in Chhattisgarh. Youth from tribal regions have won medals in various national sports tournaments.
Raipur : Construction of Journalist Utility Building started : Urban Administration Minister Dr Shiv Daharia sanctions Rs 11 lakh for Journalist Utility Building construction
Under the guidance of Urban Administration and Labour Minister Dr Shivkumar Dahariya, Aarang development block is undergoing all-round development. Few months back, Dr Daharia had announced sanction of Rs 11 lakh for construction of Journalist Utility Building construction. Implementation of this announcement of Dr Daharia has been started. Chairman Municipal Council Mr. Chandrashekhar Chandrakar today performed Bhumipujan for Journalist Utility Building. On the occasion, Patron of Journalist Union Mr. Roshan Chandrakar, President Mr. Ramkumar Gupta, Vice-President Mr. Pawan Sahu, Secretary Mr. Tukeshwar Loghi, Treasurer Mr. Vinod Gupta, Joint Secretary Mr. Virendra Verma, Vice-Chairman of Municipal Councl Mr. Narsing Sahu, Corporators namely Mr. Sharad Gupta, Mr. Sameer Gori, Mr. Khilawan Nishad, Mr. Suraj Sonkar, Mr. Dwarika Sahu, Mr. Jai Daharia and other citizens were present.
Raipur : Officials directed to chalk out action plan for Ram Van Gaman Path project within 10 days
State Government has decided to develop eigh locations- Sitamari-Harchowka, Ramgarh, Shivrinarayan, Turturiya, Chandkhuri, Rajim, Sihawa and Jagdalpur, falling under Ram Van Gaman Path (places where Lord Ram has been to) in Chhattisgarh, as tourist destination Chief Secretary Mr. RPMandal today did inspection of the path in Rajim with senior officials. He dirceted the officials of Tourism Department to chalk out detailed action plan for this within 10 days.
Chief Secretary directed the officials to ensure beautification of Kuleshwar Temple, Rajiv Lochan Temple, and Lomas Rishi Ashram, and also deliberated upon providing various basic facilities there such as drinking water, waiting hall, tourism facility center etc. Chief Secretary visited Rajiv Lochan Temple and prayed for peace and prosperity of the state. On the occasion, Chief Forest Conservator Mr. Rakesh Chaturvedi and Secretary Tourism Department Mr. Anbalgan P were also present.
It is noteworthy that Rajim’s identity as ‘Prayagraj and Triveni Sangam of Chhattisgarh’ is already established. Rajim is known as centre of faith, religion and culture in Chhattisgarh with archaeological and historical significance. State Government has marked Rajim to develop Ram Van Gaman Path as memoir of Lord Ram’s visit to Lomash Rishi Ashram and Panchkoshi Dham. For this entire project, Forest Conservator Ms SSD Badgaiya has been appointed as nodal officer.
Raipur : Cultural programmes at Traditional ‘Faagun Madai’ centre of attraction for people of rural areas
Thousands of people are turning up at Chhattisgarh’s traditional ‘Faagun Madai’ to enjoy watching the cultural programmes being held there. Not only people of rural areas but foreign tourists also come all the way to Madai Mela to witness the cultural extravaganza.
Villagers actively participate in the Madai of District headquaters Dantewada. This is one of the major fairs held in Chhattisgarh state, wherein villagers enjoy ‘Bastariya Naat’ performance at Mendka Dobra ground. On the occasion, Public Relations Department had put up a photo exhibition, wherein highlights of various development works and glimpses of Governor Ms Anusuiya Uikey and Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s Dantewada tour. Health Department had also put up a health camp at the fair to provide health check up facility and free medicines to villagers.
Chhattisgarh Young Scientist Congress to be held in capital city: Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel to inaugurate the programme
Young Scientists from across the country to participat
Eightinth Chhattisgarh Young Scientist Congress 2020 will be organized on capital city Raipur on March 25 and 26 at Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Auditorium. Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel will inaugurate the programme on March 25 on at 10.30am. Concluding ceremony will be held on March 26 at 4pm, in esteemed presence of Governor Ms Anusuiya Uikey as Chief Guest. This event is being organized under the joint aegis of Chhattisgarh Science and Technology Council and Pt Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur.
In the inaugural programme of Chhattisgarh Young Scientist Congress 2020, Higher Education, Science and Technology Minister Mr. Umesh Patel will be the special guest of the occasion. The main objective of this event is to inspire young scientists of Chhattisgarh for research activities. In this programme, research papers on 19 subjects will be presented. Youth from various parts of the country have been invited to participate in the programme.
Herbal gulal made from flowers found at Chief Minister's residence
Chief Minister appreciated the initiative of women groups
On the occasion of this Holi, women of Bihaan self-help group have prepared herbal gulal from flowers offered in the Bhoramdev temple of Kawardha and bouquets received from the Chief Minister's residence and have given people the opportunity to play Holi in herbal color.A delegation of the Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel from the Serikheri Women's Self-Help Group of Raipur District and Jai Ganga Mayya Women's Self-Help Group of Kabirdham District met her at her residence office here today and presented her with herbal gulal made from flowers.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel extended his congratulations and best wishes to the women's groups on the activities conducted for the manufacture of herbal gulal. She was very appreciative of the innovative initiatives of these women's groups. Herbal gulal is being made by women groups in the temples and using flowers from the Chief Minister's residence in the best manner.
On this occasion, Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said - I am heartened to know that women have used the flowers that come out after worship from the temples to make good use. Similarly, marriage, marriage and other programs, flowers originating from the Chief Minister's residence are also being used to make herbal gulal.
I thank all these women for this. The women of Serikheri in Raipur district have made 8 quintals of Gulal so far. Not only this, the pages and wrappers of bouquets and bouquets are being used by these women to pack soaps and they are using flowers and other bouquets etc. to make organic manure.
Similarly, herbal gulal is being made by the flowers offered by the devotees in the famous Shri Bhoramdev temple in the name of Khajuraho of Chhattisgarh by Jai Ganga Mayya Women's Self-Help Group of Kabirdham district. By this, 4 quintals of Gulal prepared so far have been sold in the market and earned an income of Rs 52 thousand.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also appreciated the herbal gulal prepared by Jai Ganga Mayya Women's Self-Help Group in 9 different colors. Around 200 to 300 kg flowers are offered daily by devotees at the Sri Bhoramdev Temple, which rises to 400 to 500 kg at the end of the week.
Raipur: This time in Lokvani, there will be talk on the topic of 'equalizing women'
Lokvani's upcoming episode airs on March 8
The 8th episode of Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel's monthly radio talk Lokvani will be telecast on March 8. This time in the Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel Lokvani will talk to the people of the state on the subject of 'equal opportunity for women'. Broadcasting of Lokvani to all FM stations in Chhattisgarh. Radio and regional news channels will air from 10.30 am to 10.55 am.
Raipur : Delegation of Halba tribal community pays courtesy call on Chief Minister
Delegation of Halba community, Sihava-Nagri led by community head Mr. Mohan Pujari today paid courtesy call on Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel at his office in Vidhan Sabha premise. They invited Chief Minister as Chief Guest of the annual convention of the community to be organized in village Malhari of Nagri block in Dhamtari district. Chief Minister thanked the delegation for the invitation and extended best wishes for success of the event. Delegation included Mr. Kishore Kashyap, Mr. Umesh Dev and Mr. Anil Kashyap along with office-beares and members of the community.
Chief Minister joins Sant Pawan Diwan's tribute meeting and honor ceremony
Chief Minister joins Sant Pawan Diwan's tribute meeting and honor ceremony
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel was addressing a tribute gathering and honoring ceremony organized at the fourth saint memory of Sant Pawan Dewan at Vipra cultural building located in Samta Colony, capital Raipur today. It was organized by the Vipra Cultural Building Management Committee under the auspices of the Chhattisgarhi Brahmin Society. Two poets and litterateurs Shri Daneshwar Sharma and Shri Rameshwar Vaishnav were also honored with Sant Pawan Diwan Samman in the program.
Apart from this, the collection of saint poet Pawan Diwan-literature by Dr. Pardeshi Ram Verma was released. The function was chaired by Dr. Charan Das Mahant, Speaker of Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly. Agriculture and Water Resources Minister Shri Ravindra Chaubey was present as a special guest on the occasion.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel said that the contribution of saint poet Pawan Dewan in the self-respect and prestige and prosperity of Chhattisgarh, including the salvation of the downtrodden and exploited sections of the society, can never be forgotten. In his poetic world, tribal laborers and peasants have the highest importance.
His poems are the glory of Chhattisgarh and the worship of Mati. These poems also illustrate the need for progressive democratic life values and meaningful politics for equality, unity. Chief Minister Shri Baghel informed that the Chhattisgarh government is following the path of these great personalities and all-round development of the state is being continuously given momentum.
He also informed about the necessary initiative to make his statues in various squares and intersections of Nava Raipur and naming them in the name of great personalities to make their great contributions sustainable.
Chief Minister Mr. Baghel also informed that necessary initiatives are being taken in the state to include his biography and contributions in courses ranging from Primary to Higher Secondary School. He also informed about the development including the renovation of Mata Kaushalya Temple at Chandkuri and the ongoing development of Ram Van Gaman Path in the state as per the wish of Sant Pawan Dewan.
: Chhattisgarh ranks first in terms of Development Works : Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel
Raipur, 28 February 2020/ Third supplementary grants worth nearly Rs one thousand 625 crore 65 lakh 61 thousand 600 for fiscal year 2019-20 passed with voice vote in Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly. With this, the total size of main budget and three supplementary budget for fiscal year 2019-20 has expanded to Rs one lakh 6 thousand 413 crore.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel, in response to the discussion on third supplementary demands, said that State’s third supplementary budget includes provisions for welfare of farmers, women and children as well as other sections of the society. Mr. Baghel said that according to the Reserve Bank of India’s report for year 2019-20, Chhattisgarh is on the top rank in country in terms of expenditure on development-oriented works. 77.8% of the State’s total budget is being spent on development-oriented works. Likewise, 46.1% of the state’s budget is being spent on social sector, which is more than national average, State’s total credit capacity is 21.68% of the GSDP and 5.9% of the interest payment revenue recovery, which is least among all the states. In this way, committed expenditure is only 19.3% of the total budget, which is the minimum among all the states.
Talking about the main provisions of third supplementary budget, Chief Minister said that Rs 200 crore has been provisioned for premium installment under Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme. Including the amount provisioned for premium of Prime Minister Crop Insurance Scheme in the main budget, the total amount provisioned for the purpose is total Rs 516 crore. He informed that Rs 2 crore 87 lakh has been provisioned for procurement of tractor and other equipment. Chief Minister said that Rs 10 crore has been provisioned for salary allowance of Indira Gandhi Agriculture University, Rs 7 crore 67 lakh for transport allowance of milk producers, and Rs 107 crore 28 lakh for chickpeas distribution of antyoday and priority ration card holder of families.Including the provisions of main budget, total Rs 278 crore has been provisioned for chickpeas distribution. Rs 202 crore 97 lakh has been provisioned for sugar distribution to ration card holders and including the provisions of main budget, total Rs 303 crore has been provisioned for this purpose. In Bastar region, 31 rural roads will be constructed under Rural Road Program Phase-II, and 14 bridges will be constructed under NABARD funded Jawahar Setu Yojana. Likewise, nine bridges will be constructed in Sarguja. Chief Minister informed that the third supplementary budget includes provision of Rs 202 crore for rural livelihood mission and total provisioned amount for this purpose include the main budget is 508 crore. Rs 177 crore has been provisioned for half electricity bill scheme, and including the provision of main budget, the total amount provisioned for this purpose is Rs 977 crore. Likewise the third supplementary budget includes provision of Rs 35 crore for Saubhagya Yojana, Rs 9.90 crore for adhar registration under Intengrated Child Development Scheme, Rs 15.40 crore for equipment procurement to monitor nourishment of children under Integrated Child Service Scheme.