Official sources said the COVID-19 situation in Nuapada district, bordering Chhattisgarh, has been categorised as 'critical'
Bastar attack: Maoist killing of 22 jawans shows little has changed in over a decade on operations front
Declaring war against the Maoists, Home Minister Amit Shah said on Monday in Jagdalpur that strong action would be taken.
West Bengal's Operation Barga holds lessons for centre's answer to Bastar attack; it wasn't only brute force that broke the back of the Naxal movement
Lack of a functional intelligence wing, outmoded training and simple mission-bloat hasn’t helped security forces deployed in the region
Shah is scheduled to chair a high-level meeting at the Police Coordination Centre in Jagdalpur on the Left Wing Extremism (LWE) situation
Eighteen jawans were missing after five security personnel were killed and 30 others were injured in the gunfight in a forest on the Bijapur-Sukma districts border
According to the police, some Maoists are also suspected to have been killed during the exchange of fire.
Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel condemned the attack, calling it an 'outcome of the Maoists' desperation' over losing ground in the region
Clean cooking fuel unavailable to most urban slums in states worst-hit by air pollution: CEEW report
The report reveals that a whopping 37 percent of LPG-using slum households didn't receive doorstep delivery of cylinders.
Jharkhand is on top of the standings with 12 points, followed by Punjab, Andhra, Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh with eight points. Vidarbha lies in last place with 4 points.
State home minister Tamradhwaj Sahu, in a written reply, also said that 315 Naxals surrendered in 2019 while 344 surrendered in 2020
CGPSC State Engineering Service exam 2020 admit card released at psc.cg.gov.in; here's how to download
The recruitment drive is being conducted to fill 89 vacancies. Those who qualify will be hired at the post of assistant engineer for two years
MNREGA during COVID-19 pandemic: More households got work in 2020, but fund crunch a major concern, finds study
The importance of the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme as a safety net for the rural poor increased manifold during the COVID-19 lockdown, a new report has found
World Bank approves four India projects worth over $800 million aimed at improving education, dam safety
The projects will also look at strengthening India's social protection architecture and promoting nutrition-supportive agriculture for tribals in Chhattisgarh
Farmers' protest enters Day 10: A look at State amendments to Centre's laws and how they address producers' concerns
The amendments passed by Chhattisgarh, Punjab and Rajasthan governments, once approved by respective state Governors, and the President of India in some cases, will override any other law currently in force, and allow for the respective state APMC laws to continue to apply in these states
Chhattisgarh accepts Centre’s borrowing proposal for GST shortfall; Jharkhand lone state to keep out
Centre had given the option to states and UTs to get the amount of GST shortfall through a special borrowing window
Officials said the improvised explosive device blast took place in the Chintagufa forest area of the Sukma district
'Are interfaith marriages by kin of BJP leaders love jihad?': After Ashok Gehlot, Bhupesh Baghel questions saffron party
In a series of tweets on Friday, Rajashtan chief minister Ashok Gehlot had said that the BJP had "manufactured" the term 'love jihad' "to divide the nation and curb individual rights of citizens"
Several communities in India are resisting, both knowingly and unknowingly, the imposition of a universal telling of the Ramayana that seeks to deny their particular histories.
Students whose names have been mentioned in the CG PET phase three seat allotment 2020 will have to confirm admission online and pay the required fee