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Chattisgarh State -India

Chhattisgarh is India's 26th state, covers an area of 135,133 sq km. of the total geographical area of nation India and located in Center of India.

Chhattisgarh state of India came into existence on November 1, 2000. Mother tongue of Chhattisgarh is Chattisgarhi.There are 18 districts (initially there was 15 districts) in the state.

6 States of India which are bordered with Chhattisgarh state -
# Bihar, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh to the north
# Andhra Pradesh to the south.
# Orissa State to the east.
And by the Madhya Pradesh to the west.

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National News :June 2011

Thursday, 28 July, 2011
Published by Roma Rahul Gupta for Chhattisgarh Online


National News :June 2011



1.The Maharashtra State Cabinet on 1 June 2011 approved the proposal to increase the minimum age for consumption of hard liquor from 21 to 25 years.

2.The UPA Chairperson Sonia Gandhi on 1 June 2011 launched the Janani-Shishu Suraksha Programme at Mewat in Haryana. Janani-Shishu Suraksha programme was sponsored by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The programme was launched for pregnant women with the objective to effectively address the problem of maternal and child mortality.

3.SK Sharma, Secretary, Department of Financial Services, Ministry of Finance on 3 June 2011 launched an online grievance redressal portal for insurance policy holders in New Delhi.

4.Former finance secretary Ashok Chawla was selected by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs for the post of chairman of India's anti-trust watchdog Competition Commission (CCI).Chawla succeeded Dhanendra Kumar.

5.SEBI imposed a penalty of Rs 14 crore on Dushyant Natwarlal Dalal andPuloma Dushyant Dalal who were the two financiers for unlawful gains made during the infamous IPO scam of 2003-05.

6.Prithvi-II missile was successfully flight-tested on 9 June 2011 by the Strategic Forces Command personnel. It was flight-tested at the Integrated Test Range at Chandipur in Orissa.

7.Popular kuchipudi classical dancer Nataraja Ramakrishna known for reviving and introducing Andhra Natyam and Perini Shivatandavam, died on 7 June 2011.

8.India and the World Bank signed three agreements for cleaning the Ganga  River on 14 June 2011. Besides this, the agreement also held forstrengthening Rural Livelihoods and Biodiversity Conservation of India.

9.Jehan Daruwala of Mumbai was in June 2011 selected to represent India in  the CIK-FIA under-18 World karting championships for 2011 in three rounds in Italy, France and Bahrain.

10.Annu Raj Singh became the 5th Indian shooter to book her berth for the London’s Olympic to be held in 2012.

11.UNESCO removed the in-danger tag from the Manas National Park, a World Heritage Site in Assam. The tag suffixed to the national park was removed at the 35th session of Unesco’s World Heritage Committee in Paris that started on 20 June 2011.

12.The Haryana Power Generation Corporation Limited (HPGCL) on 22 June 2011 offered two sites to the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited(NPCIL) for setting up a second nuclear power plant in the State. HPGCL and NPCIL officers will visit these sites in Balsamand area of Hisar district and the Kitlana-Nimiriwali-Ajitpur area of Bhiwani district on 23 and 24 June 2011 to further access the suitability of the place for setting up the second power plant.

13.Leading international business school INSEAD on 22 June 2011 honouredSunil Bharti Mittal, Founder, Chairman and Group CEO of Bharti Enterprises, with its Business Leader for the World Award.

14.Eminent economist Prof. Suresh Tendulkar who played a significant part in moulding the government’s economic policy making died of a cardiac arrest in Pune on 21 June 2011. At the time of death, he was one of the directors of the Central Board of the Reserve Bank of India.

15.India's ace magician Gopinath Muthukad received the International Merlin Award also known as the magicians' Oscar for the year 2011 on 23 June 2011 from Tony HassiniPresident of the US based International Magicians SocietyGopinath Muthukad is the second Indian to be chosen to receive the Merlin Award after PC Sorkar Jr.

16.FMCG giant Unilever elevated Harish Manwani on 24 June 2011 to the position of Chief Operating Officer (COO). Prior to being appointed as the COO he was the non-executive chairman of Hindustan Lever.

17.12th International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) awards ceremony was organised in Toronto on 25 June 2011.The list of winners in the different categories is as follows:

Best Film: Dabangg
Best Direction: Karan Johar for My Name is Khan
Best Actor: Shah Rukh Khan for My Name is Khan
Best Actress: Anushka Sharma for Band Baaja Baaraat
Best Supporting Actor: Arjun Rampal for Rajneeti
Best Supporting Actress: Prachi Desai for Once upon a time in Mumbai
Outstanding achievement in international cinema: Irrfan khan
Best performance in a Negative role: Sonu sood for Dabangg
Best comic role: Riteish Deshmukh for Housefull
Best Debut (female): Sonakshi Sinha
Best Debut (male): Ranveer Sing

18.Defending champion Saina Nehwal failed to complete the hat-trick of titles at the Indonesian Open Super Series after losing to Chinese World No. 3 Wang Yihan in the final on 26 June 2011.

19.Minster of Communications & Information Technology and Human Resource Development, Kapil sibal conferred the Meghdoot Awards on postal employees for 2009 and 2010 on 27 June 2011.The Best Post Office award was given to Chandragiri Head Post Office, Andhra Pradesh.

20.N. Murali, Senior Managing Director of Kasturi and Sons Ltd re-elected president of the Music Academy, Chennai.

21.Hindi literature Arvind Kumar was presented the Hindi Academy Shalaka Samman by well known poet and former bureaucrat Dr. Sita Kant Mahapatra at Delhi Secretariat.Shalaka Samman is the highest honour of Delhi state in the field of Hindi literature.

22.Union government appointed M V Tanksale as Chairman & MD of Central Bank of India.

23.Maharatna Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) received the prestigious Golden Peacock Environment Management Award for the year 2011. The award was presented Union Minister for Home Affairs Shri P. Chidambaram on 24th June 2011 in New Delhi. 

24.Vice Admiral Shekhar Sinha appointed Chief of the Integrated Defence Staff .

25.Art of Living founder Sri Sri Ravi Shankar became the first Indian to receive the Crans Montana Forum Award. The Crans Montana Forum Award was conferred upon him at a ceremony in Brussels.

26.The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet (ACC) on 27 June 2011 approved the appointment of 1974-batch IFS officer Ranjan Mathai, presently  Ambassador in Paris, as Foreign Secretary. He will succeed Nirupama Rao.

27.Foreign Minister of UAE Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed Al Nahyan Visited India
During his visit, Sheikh Abdullah and his Indian counterpart SM Krishna signed a bilateral MOU on periodic political consultations between the two foreign offices on bilateral issues as well as exchange of views on regional and international issues of mutual interest.

28.Raj Kumar Singh took over as Union Home Secretary of India. The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet at a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh cleared his appointment. Singh succeeded Gopal Krishna Pillai.


Some More:

  • India is setting up a special facility known as Gamma Ray Telescope in Hanle (Leh) which will help in unraveling the mysteries of normal and dark matter in the universe.
  • India’s Chetan Anand defeated Chiang Jiann of Malaysia to clinch the Mauritius Open Badminton Championship in Hyderabad recently.
  • The provision of free and compulsory education will be extended upto class X. A proposal to this effect was approved at a meeting of tile Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE)
  • The new ‘mother-child health care scheme launched on June 1, 2011 is a – The Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram
  • Indian American Sukanya Roy won the crown at the prestigious Spelling Bee Championship in Maryland U.S. on June 2, 2011 for correctly spelling the tongue twister ‘Cymotrichous’
  • Revenue Secretary Sunil Mitra on June 1, 2011 took charge as the Finance Secretary in place of Sushama Nath.b Mr. Sunil Mitra is a 1975 batch IAS officer (West Bengal Cadre).
  • Lieutenant General H.L. Kakria in last week of May 2011 appointed took over as Director-General of the Armed Forces Medical Services.
  • Hyderabad has been chosen for hosting the prestigious 11th conference of the Parties to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity in October 2012.
  • The Committee on Comprehensive Review of National Small Savings Fund has suggested 4% interest on -Post Office Savings Deposits
  • The Central Government on June 7, 2011 approved 16 Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) proposals worth Rs. 923’55 crore.
  • Punjab defeated Mumbai in the final of Junior National Hockey Championship for undergo
  • The winner of the inaugural edition of indian Volley League (Volleyball) is a- Chennai Spikers
  • Water-jet-propelled Fast Attack Craft (FAC) INS Kabra-eight in a series of 10 Car Nicobar Class FACS designed and built by the Kolkata-based Garden Reach Shipbuilders and engineers (GRSE) for the Navy, was commissioned at the naval base in Kochi.
  • The Cabinet Committee on Security, chaired by the PM Dr. Manmohan Singh cleared the National Intelligence Grid (NATGRID) that will facilitate robust information sharing among law enforcement agencies to combat terror threats at home and abroad.
  • An Iron Age megalithic burial site dotted with cairn-circles has been discovered near Veeranam village at the foot of a chain of hills inTamil Nadu’s Tiruvannamalai district.
  • Maharashtra government raised drinking age to 25.
  • G Karthikeyan became 1 speaker of Kerala Assembly.
  • DRDO confirmed Agni-III ballistic missile inducted into the armed forces.
  • India began their West Indies tour by winning the only Twenty 20 match by 16 runs.
  • IAF women mountaineering expedition team returned after scaling Mt-Everest.
  • NATGRID got in-principle government approval.
  • Viswanathan Anand won Leon Masters rapid chess title for the 8th time.
  • Uma Bharti rejoined BJP after 5 years. Spade signed for new body in Darjeeling hill areas.
  • Bhakti Kulkarni won the Asian Junior Chess Championship.
  • 9th: > Celebrated artist MF husband died in London.
  • 10th: cabinet exempted CBI from RTT Act.
  • EC recognized DMDK, as a state party. 1546 officers passed out from Deharadun IMA commissioned in the Army.
  • The Indian junior freestone ‘ wrestlers were crowned champions for the first time in the Junior Asian Wrestling Championships.
  • India committed to give $100mn Loan each to neighbouring countries to help them in developing infrastructure projects.
  • Singur land bill passed in West Bengal Assembly.
  • India, US inked $4. 1 bn aircraft deal for C-17 jets.
  • Tata steel sold Riversdall stake for $1. 1 bn.
  • Haryana got its first community college.
  • Abhinav Bindra qualified for the 2012 London Olympic Games.
  • Haryana clinched maiden senior National Hockey Championship
  • Singur Bill got West Bengal Governor’s assent.
  • Eminent economist Suresh Tendulkar died.
  • NAC cleared food security Bill draft.
  • Government approved Law Ministry proposal to fast-track disposal of cases.
  • Singapore, India signed tax pact.
  • Pundit liberalized visa rules for Russian businessmen.
  • lndian women finished 7th in the FIH Womens Champions Challenge 1 Hockey Tournament at Dublin.
  • Parminder Dhindsa elected President of Cycling Federation of India.
  • US removed India from human trafficking ‘Watch List’ after a gap of six years.

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