Ejaz Kaiser

In a first, UNICEF in Chhattisgarh seeks support of students' unions to promote children’s right

A leader with an understanding of a child's rights and an active advocate for children’s rights is needed in every village, town and city, added the UNICEF leader.

57 minutes ago

Sarkeguda 'fake' encounter: Tribals, activists protest against police for not lodging FIR

Around 60 tribals, mostly women, and the rights activists Himanshu Kumar, Soni Sori and others approached Basaguda police thana for getting the case registered.

2 hours ago

Raipur Diary

Cyclists hit the road in Dhamtari to create awareness on malnourishment and to ensure nutrition for mothers and children.

06 Dec 2019

Chhattisgarh Haj Committee chairman arrested by police for consuming liquor in public

Syed Saifuddin, who is also a BJP leader, was among the six persons who were arrested and fined for consuming liquor in public place.

05 Dec 2019

ITBP jawan kills 5 colleagues amid scuffle, then turns gun on self in Chhattisgarh

Unconfirmed sources cited that the jawan who opened fire was reportedly much distressed over denial of leave and on Wednesday entered into some altercation with others.

04 Dec 2019

Chhattisgarh encounter report leak: BJP moves privilege notice against CM Bhupesh Baghel

Despite the Speaker assuring that the matter is under consideration of Speaker, the opposition continued with the ruckus. 

02 Dec 2019

‘Take action against those who leaked Sarkeguda report’

The report was expected to be tabled in the Chhattisgarh Assembly on Monday.

02 Dec 2019

Leaking Sarkeguda encounter report is breach of privilege of Chhattisgarh assembly: BJP

On 28 June 2012, at Sarkeguda in strife-torn Bijapur, south Chhattisgarh, 17 tribals claimed as Maoists by the police were killed in the ‘fierce encounter’ by the security forces.

01 Dec 2019

Coal-fired plants starve in Chhattisgarh owing to lack of coal

The coal excavated in the state is being sent outside is not only depriving the local industries but also causing annual loss to the local economy.

01 Dec 2019

Jashpur: Explorers voyage through ‘Scotland of Chhattisgarh’

As many twelve bloggers, YouTubers, photographers and tourism consultant from different parts of the country are on their last legs of the three-day expedition trip to Jashpur.

30 Nov 2019

Chhattisgarh: BJP alleges the Congress government tricked paddy farmers to win polls

The chief minister Bhupesh Baghel said that his government will explore ways to compensate the farmers the remaining amount of Rs 665 to be paid next year.

27 Nov 2019

Don’t deploy Anganwadi workers on non-health activities: Centre tells chief secretaries

The Centre has firmly asked the state governments not to deploy Anganwadi workers for any work or duties other than their given roles and functions.

27 Nov 2019

Elephant menace: School in Surajpur district to close an hour before the scheduled timing

The students and their parents are living under the shadow of consistent fear of moving pachyderms as the routine timing in most schools are from 9 am to 5 pm.

27 Nov 2019

Despite spending Rs 34.5 crore, tiger population in Chhattisgarh plummets from 46 to 19

The big cat population in the state has gone down by 59 per cent from 46 in 2014 to 19 in 2018, according to latest reports.

26 Nov 2019

Chhattisgarh urban body elections to be held on December 21

In Maoist-affected districts of Bastar zone, the polling will begin at 7 am and end at 3 pm while in other areas it will start from at 8 am and continue till 5 pm.

25 Nov 2019