Chhattisgarh protests: Baghel wants Centre to buy excess paddy
Chhattisgarh government is on collision course with BJP government at the Centre over procurement of paddy after a bumper crop in the state.
WhatsApp snooping row: Baghel orders probe
Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel seeks a probe into illegal surveillance in the state af...
Chhattisgarh advises centre to set up biofuel units using paddy husk
Chhattisgarh government has offered the Centre a solution to the problem...
Supreme Court seeks answers from Chhattisgarh on alleged phone tapping
The apex court asked the Chhattisgarh government as to whether right to privacy of a person can be violated like this.
Chhattisgarh opens doors for private sector with tax sops
The state government has hoped to generate more employment for the youth, who usually move out to Gujarat and Maharashtra as agricultural labourers or brick kiln workers.
Chhattisgarh government not to implement Nyay for now
“The scheme was a promise at the central level. Congress could not win the elections. At present, we are fulfilling our promises made in the run-up to the assembly elections — loan waiver, employment guarantee to the youth and bonus to farmers. We will wait and see if other Congress governments introduce, then we could consider it in future,” Baghel said.
Coal auctions under current round to fetch four states Rs 43,000 crore
The highest revenue of about Rs 37,000 crore will go to Odisha, where Vedanta was the highest bidder at Rs 1,674 per tonne for the Jamkhani block with 222 million tonnes extractable.
Sex CD case: SC stays criminal trial against Chhattisgarh CM Bhupesh Baghel
A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi also issued a notice to Baghel on a plea of CBI seeking transfer of the criminal case out of Chhattisgarh on grounds including that the CM has been allegedly threatening the witnesses in the case.
Teenager Aishwary Pratap Singh Tomar secures India's record 13th Olympic quota in shooting
The 18-year-old Tomar shot 449.1 in the eight-man final to finish third on the podium behind gold medallist Kim Jonghyun (459.9) of Korea and Chinese Zhonghao Zhao (459.1) at the Lusail Shooting Complex. He had sailed through to the finals of the event with a 1168 score in the 120-shot qualifying. There were three quotas on offer in the event.
Coal India invites bids for 100 MW solar project
Coal India’s total annual Power requirement for production is around 4.5 billion units which would require setting up 3000 MW of solar power projects. To achieve its goal, the company has formed a joint venture with NLC India (NLCIL) to jointly set up 5000 MW of power generation capacity of which 3000 MW would be solar powered and the rest would be coal-fuelled.
Prakash Industries bids highest for Bhaskarpara mine
Coal mines in the present tranche of auctions received a tepid response and the government had to annul auctions for 21 of the 27 mines on offer. Six mines are on offer, auctions for three of which have been completed. Another mine in Madhya Pradesh, Bikram, which was auctioned on November 1, received the highest bid of Rs 154 per tonne.
NMDC reports higher sales till October 2019 YoY
Cumulative production of iron ore up to October 2019 was recorded at 15.95 mt against 15.47 mt up to October 2018, while production in October 2019 went down to 2.49 mt against 3.23 mt in October 2018. NMDC reported the provisional production and sales figures in a notification to the BSE on Monday.
JSPL wins coal block in auction
In the first tranche of coal block auction in 2015, the coal ministry had rejected Jindal Power's best bids for Gare Palma IV/2&3 block and Tara block that received low bids as compared to other blocks. The two Gare Palma blocks were given to Coal India for operation and the high court later upheld the decision. JSPL emerged as the highest bidder for the block.
A year in power, Chhattisgarh CM claims 39% dip in Naxal attacks
According to statistics from the Chhattisgarh government there's been a 39% drop in Naxal attacks from 344 till August in 2018 to 210 in the same period this year. The number of Special Forces personnel killed has also declined 54%.
89% of Maoist violence in 30 districts in 2018: Ministry of Home Affairs
The banned Communist Party of India-Maoist continues to be the most potent among the various Maoist outfits in the country and accounted for more than 88 per cent of total LWE violent incidents and resultant deaths, said the Union Home Ministry's annual report, which was released last week.
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