AYUSH Health Camp will be organized in all the development blocks of Surajpur district from tomorrow 21st December.

Surajpur December 19, 2018 / Collector Shri K. Deveshnapati has informed that under the Inter-State Marriage Incentive Scheme, Mr. Ravi Banjare, father, Mr. Rajkumar Banjare, Jati Sataniami and Mrs. Urmila Yadav, father, Mr. Shanti Lal Yadav, Jati Ahir, current resident Surajpur District Surajpur organized inter-caste marriages on August 13, 2017. As a result, the Government of Tribal and Scheduled Caste Department of Development Cash Incentive Award amounting to 50,000.00 words under the provision contained in Interstate Marriage Incentive Scheme Rules, 1978, for the untouchability of Scheduled Castes issued by Order No. / F-17-05 / 25-2 / 09/2011 / July 06, 2011 of Yan Singh Bhawan Raipur. (Only Rs. 25,000), with the approval of payment, permission for withdrawal has been granted in anticipation of the allocation. The expenditure of the said amount is 64/2225/01/102/0703 Scheme No. 7629 will be deployable under the Centrally Sponsored Scheme for Scheduled Castes, 14 subsidy grants, 012 other subsidy under 99 schemes (Intermediate Marriage Incentive Scheme).

Chhattisgarh Police and Women's Season Winner in Male Category

Surajpur concludes the 18th Senior Chhattisgarh State Interstate (Women and Men) Valleyball Championship organized by Surajpur District Administrator Surajpur at Stadium Ground Surajpur. In-charge sports officer and organizing secretary Mou Gaus Beg told that in the 04-day competition from 13 to 16 December 2018 32 teams of men and 21 teams of women category or 636 women and men players of 53 teams participated in this championship. Viewers are present in a number of viewers. In the men's category semi-final match, Chhattisgarh Police defeated Bhilai Steel Plant and Raipur district in the final by defeating Bilaspur Railway. The stadium ground was played in the middle of the Fineal Chhattisgarh Police and District Raipur, organized in Dudhia lights in Surajpur. In the thrilling encounter Chhattisgarh Police beat the Raipur by 3-1 sets and won the title of the winner, while the team of Bhilai Steel Plant ran third. Final referee of the Final match will be held in international referee Gaus Beg and second referee national referee Abhay Ganourkar. The best performing players in the entire championship were also rewarded. In the same match, Best Attacker Skills Verma Raipur, Best Blaker International Player Dipesh Sinha, Chhattisgarh Police, Best Universal Arun Kumar Chhattisgarh Police, Best Setter Development Singh Chhattisgarh Police and Best Upcoming Player Shikhar Singh Bhilai Steel Plant. Similarly, in the semifinals of the women's section, Sai defeated Bhilai Steel Plant and Raipur district to Chhattisgarh Police and ensure their place in the final. Feni match of the women's match between Saini and District Raipur, in the highly contested contest, defeated the District Raipur by 3-2, while the title was titled Bhilai Steel Plant in third place. In the women category of the championship, best Libero Sai's Yomni Yaduvanshi, Best Blanker Pooja Verma, best player, Ashta Yadav. The match was sponsored by National First Referee Pradeep Kumar Yadav and second Referee Nurul Hasan. During this time, the winners, runners-up and third place-winning team were awarded a cup set with a set of medals, certificates, trophies and dinner sets in the individual prizes and all the activities that contributed to making the championship successful, referees of association, health department, Municipal corporation, horticulture, pwd, u.m. School hostel of Surajpur was awarded with souvenirs and personal prizes. Chief guest of the closing ceremony, Mr. KC DeSenapatapi, President, CEO, Zilla Panchayat, Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha, and Special Guest, Chattisgarh, State Volleyball Association, Secretary, Akram Khan, Ramkrishna Ojha, Gabinath Sahu, Sanjay Joshi, Manoj Dalmiya, Zafar Haider, Shakti Thakur, Akash Awards were distributed by Sahu etc. People from outside who specially assisted in the championship including international players, coaches and referees, who were flogging the Chhattisgarh State in the country and abroad, were also honored. In the same coin Akram Khan former Indian team manager and secretary Raj Singh former international referee Delhi international player Deepesh Sinha and Shikhar Singh, international coach AS Rao and Surendra Pal Singh, International Referee Vinod Nayar, Vikram Awarded Shankar Lal Yadav and Team Kamal Das Andani, national referees from Odisha Niranjan Nayak, Rekha Padma, PD Mishra, Abhay Ganourkar, Suri Babu, and Nitin Pandey to Shail, Shrifal and Smruti Was awarded with a sign. In the successful Chattisgarh championship, all the referees and officers who played the decisive role were presented a souvenir. The award was given to 53 team players, coaches and managers who came in the championship from the special initiative of Collector Shri KCDevsenapati and CEO Zilla Panchayat Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Jha. This is the first time that a player and coach were given a prize in this type of championship and for the first time in the state level match played in India. During this time the matches were broadcast from the projector. Just as bulletins are given in international and national matches, so this is the first time in India that bulletin was published every day in state level matches. The matches of the championships were played at the Surrey Stadium ground Surajpur and Indore Hall College ground in Surajpur. The successful events of the championship include Simanchal Tripathi, Sanjay Tripathi, Dinesh Dwivedi, Harsharanarayan Sharma, Yashwant Pandav, Narad Minj, Sahdev Ram Ravi, Prabhashankar Prasad, Subhash Rajwade, OP Verma, GP Ballale, Premshindhu Mishra, Dhaniram Toppo, Motilil Singh, Dilafiroz, Chandrao Pandey, Anuraghendra Singh Baghel, Gautam Sharma, Kirti Kaushal Dubey, Dinesh Sahu, Bhagirathi Sahu, Surendra Rajwade, Rajnath, Pankaj Dao Gare, Ram Yadav, Dharampal Rajak, Manoj Singh, Shyam Singh, Sanjay Yadav, Shatrughan Sanaware, Sunil Sahu, Laxman Maravi, Sirpal Rai Pakraa, Topeshwar Singh, Ankit Kosaria, MO Asik Ansari, Survindra Gurjar, Shrikant Pandey, Balbad Devganan, Liladhar Singh, Karam Chand Singh, Anand Kumar Jaiswal, Chandra Deo Singh, Shivnortha, Janak were the necessary assistance for the sports family.

In the meeting of the deadline, resolve the pending cases and income-caste-resident cases of the students promptly-collector Shri Deveshnapati

In the meeting of Rajpura December 19, 2018 / Collector Shri KC Devsenapati and Chief Executive Officer of District Panchayat Shri Sanjeev Kaur Jha and Additional Collector Shri KP Sai, in the meeting of the time limit, today, in the meeting of the Collector Shri Deveshapati said that all the District Magistrates Instructions on dividing the schemes by implementing the schemes.
Collector Shri Deveshapati asked all the District Magistrates to inspect the school, Anganwadi and hostels in the time limit meeting. He instructed the department heads to take immediate action in regard to compassionate appointment and to bring the information of resolving the cases in the next meeting. He has also asked to resolve the complaint very quickly.
Collector Shri Deveshapati instructed to resolve the issue of income-caste-residence, pending cases of the High Court, Lok Seva Kendra, in the time-limit meeting to resolve the issues with the highest priority. He has asked the revenue officials to settle the income-caste-residence by placing camp.
On this occasion, SDM Pratappur Mr. C. Paxa, SDM Bhayyathan Smt. Jyoti Singh, Chief Medical and Health Officer, Dr. PS Vaish, Project Manager Mr. RK Sharma, Assistant Commissioner Dr. Lalit Shukla, DPO Shri Muktanand Khunt, Deputy Collector, Mr. Wahidur Rahman Shah The agency, district officer and all the Tehsildar and Chief Executive Officer of the district panchayat were present.

Paddy support price of Rs 2500 per quintal Peasants in selling cooperative societies

Ambikapur 19 December 2018 v District Public Relations Office Surajpur District- Surajpur Chhattisgarh News
Principal reader suspended with immediate effect
According to the information received from Surajpur Mr.DeshSenapati, District Education Officer, Surajpur, Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh, according to the Surajpur Education Commissioner Ramanujanagar, District- Surajpur letter no. 2815 / Est / 2018-19 Ramanujanagar and Sarpanch Gram Panchayat On the basis of Panchnama Report of Parasapara Ramanujanagar, Mrs. Lakshmi Ethankar, Principal Pathak, on the pre- On 15th December, 2018, in the Vidyalaya, the annual examination of the school was not held at the prescribed time and time, and was found guilty of unemployment and disciplinary action in government work, suspended by immediate effect under rule 9 of the Six Civil Services (Classification Control and Appeal) Rules, 1966. goes. In the suspension period Mrs. Lakshmi Ethankar, Principal Pathak has been given the head office of the Government of East Madhya Pradesh, Development Block, Ramanujanagar, Headquarters of Development Block Education Officer Premnagar, District-Surajpur (CG). Mrs. Lakshmi Athankar, Principal Reader will be eligible for living allowance as per the rules of suspension.

Bhupesh cabinet expansion begins, instructions for buying paddy at new value, changed DGP

The Congress has captured power in Chhattisgarh. The oath took place with CM Bhupesh Baghel as Cabinet Minister TS Sinhadev and Tamwardhwa Sahu. However, the selection of the remaining 10 ministers has now increased the hardships of the Congress. Bhupesh is going to Delhi on Thursday to finalize the cabinet Chief newspapers of Chhattisgarh took this news chiefly on Thursday. With this, the CM's instructions for purchasing the farmers' paddy at the new value and the news of the major reshuffle in the police department has also been prominently placed.

Regarding the expansion of the Cabinet, Dainik Bhaskar has written: - The names of the ministers before December 24 will be fixed. There are many legends in line for the 13-member Chhattisgarh Government's Council of Ministers. These include leaders who are more than 5 MLAs of the time. Party leaders say that everyone gets the importance - this is not possible, so there is a focus on the ethnic equations with the departments for the post of minister. So that every class can get representation. There is also confusion about some names. The other major newspapers have also taken this news prominently.

DM Awasthi will be new DGP, Sky plans closed
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has made two major changes on the third day of taking charge. According to Dainik Bhaskar, according to the order issued by the Home Department, DG Naxal Operations DM Awasthi will be the new DGP of the state, AN Upadhyay will now take charge of Police Housing Corporation. In addition, former Chief Minister Raman Singh's dream project 'Sky Scheme' has been discontinued. In the video conference with the top officials on Wednesday, Chief Minister Baghel ordered this. While in the opposition, Congress was opposing it from the very beginning telling the scheme of fiscal consolidation. The Raman government started the Sky Scheme with a claim to increase the connectivity of the people and get employment of 10 thousand people in the state. About 1500 crores were spent on this. This news has been taken prominently by other major newspapers, including New World, Magazine, Haribhoom.

Chhattisgarh: Congress ready for assembly session, Ram Pukar Singh will be Pro-TEM speaker
Instructions for buying rice from farmers of Chhattisgarh
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has been asked to keep a strict vigil over collectors, food officials and superintendents of the state from Chhattisgarh. In order to avoid getting illegal arrivals from neighboring states. The other states have instructed them to take strict action against those who brought the paddy here. In addition, instructions have been given to purchase paddy in the societies at the new rate fixed by the government.

Murata camp postponed

Bemetara December 19, 2018: - People's troubles prevention camp to be held on Thursday December 20 in village Murata under Navagad block of the district has been postponed due to inevitable reasons. According to information received from the district office, district level mass mobilization camp, which is being organized on December 29 in Sangamak village in Saza block, has also been postponed.

Second Short Revision Program of Voter List released Collector's meeting of Li political parties

Bemetra December 19, 2018: - In view of the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections by the Election Commission, New Delhi, second special brief revision program of the photo-selection electoral roll has been released. Under which, in the case of 1 January 2019, persons 18 years of age and above whose names are not registered in the voters' list or any print error in previous entries, they can enter and modify their name. Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware today gave a briefing to the representatives of political parties in the collectorate meeting room and informed about the revising program. In order to improve voter list, add new voters and remove names from the voters list, the maximum number of online portal National Voters Service Portal (WW Dat NVSP.dat.In) should be used. He said that the use of voter revision would be even faster with its use. All voters will be able to become part of this process. The collector said that the general voters can also add their names, change assembly constituencies or delete names through this portal. In the January 2019, the revised voter list is to be published between December 26, 2018 and January 25, 2019. In the meeting, Sub-Divisional Officer Revenue Savaja Umashankar Sahu, Sub-Divisional Officer Navagadh DS Uike was present.

Instructions for expeditious disposal of pending applications

Bemetra December 19, 2018: - Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware today gave a meeting of the time bound meeting in the collectorate meeting room and directed to immediately resolve the pending applications. During this time, he got information about the resolution of the letters obtained from the Collector's publications and the higher offices. The Public Grievance Redressal Department (PGN) has taken into account the pending cases of District Level Public Troubleshooter camp. The District Magistrate instructed various construction agencies to release the work of tenders etc. which were stopped due to election code of conduct. The collector recently informed about the loss of paddy due to untimely rains. They instructed the officials of the Food and Co-operative Department to accelerate the uproar of paddy from the procurement centers. The Collector directed the departmental officials to organize a meeting of the Consultative Teeth Committee so that the meeting could be held at the district level soon. He gave information about the revising program of the matrilinee list for the people who have completed the age of 18 in the state of January 1, 2019. Senior Superintendent of Police Mr. H.R. Manor District Panchayat CEO Shri S. Alok, the CEO of the district panchayat, the CMO of the urban body and other officers were present.

Shockage notice issued
Today, TL organized on Wednesday. Due to absence of prior notification in the meeting, the Collector expressed displeasure over the absence of Nagar Panchayat Deokar CMO Rajesh Banjare and District Transport Officer Vivek Sinha and directed him to issue showcause notice.

Last date for accounting for election expenses is January 10, 2019

Bemetra December 19, 2018: - Collector Shri Mahadev Kaware today took a meeting of candidates and their agents regarding the expenditure monitoring under the assembly elections 2018 in the assembly of the District Panchayat. The collector said that within one month of declaration of election results, accounting for election expenses is mandatory in the expenditure branch of the District Election Office, otherwise the eligibility for contesting elections for 6 years will not be. The District Magistrate said that all the candidates who have participated in the assembly elections, want to give their account of their election expenditure, they can submit till 10 January 2019. Returning Officer of Saja Assembly constituency, Shri U.S. Sahu, Navagadh Shri D.S. Uike, Deputy Commissioner, Mrs. Silly Thomas, Deputy Secretary of State, Mrs. Saza Mr. Dhruv were present.

Health check camp today in Mohari Bhati

Under the Mahasamund, December 19, 2018 / Department of Health and Family Welfare and National Urban Health Mission, Mahasamund, today, on 20th December, Mahasamund Ward no. 28 organized a one-day free health check camp in Moharibhana near Jhulagar from 11 am to 5 pm Will go. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr. S.B. Mangrulkar said that the eye doctor in the camp will also provide his services. He appealed to the general public to take advantage of this health check-up camp in greater numbers.

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