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1) BJP candidate Bhojraj Naag trounced his lone opponent Rupdhar Pudo from

Ambedkarite Party of India in the by-election by a margin of over 50,000 votes.


While Naag got 63,616 votes, 13,506 voters opted for NOTA (none of the above).
Pudo was in third position with 12,086 votes in the contest, which had just two
candidates. Coming into existence in 2008 after the delimitation process, Antagarh
(ST) seat was won twice in a row by BJP's former forest minister Vikram Usendi.
However, Manturam Pawar(INC ) withdrew his nomination before the last day of
withdrawal of nominations on August 29 following which he was expelled from the
party.
A voter turnout of 58.73 percent was recorded in the Antagarh assembly seat by-polls
which were held on September 13.
2) Centre gives nod for National Tribal University
The Central government approved the proposal of Chhattisgarh government during a
meeting of state's Chief Minister Raman Singh and Union HRD Minister Smriti Irani
on Monday in New Delhi," a state government spokesperson said on Tuesday.
"The consent was given to commence the functioning of the university from the next
academic
session,"
he
said.
During the meeting, Singh said that the university will greatly benefit the people of
tribal-dominated Bastar in preservation of culture, traditional and natural resources,
besides from the education point of view, he said.
3) Chhattisgarh government has decided to establish the first Geothermal

Power Plant of the country in the newly formed Balrampur district of the
state.
A memorandum of understanding in this connection was signed between National
Thermal Power Corporation (NTPC) and Chhattisgarh Renewable Energy
Development Agency (CREDA).
State government has granted permission for the installation of a Geothermal

Power Plant at Tattapani area of the Balrampur district to the NTPC.


NTPC has already started exploratory and preparatory work in this area. It has

also started talks with ONGC and other international organisations for drilling
operation.
In India, studies for locating this renewable energy source were undertaken by

the Geological Survey of India over the last three decades after which around 340
hot springs were traced.
The Tattapani geothermal field is the most promising geothermal resource in
central India.

4) Chhattisgarh government has launched a 'Chirayu Yojna' under National Child Health
Programme which aims to provide free health screening to children upto 18 years of
age, in the state.
5) Hardcore naxal arrested in Chhattisgarhhe arrested outlaw has been identified as
Jairam, a commander ranking cadre, the SP kanker said adding he was shifted to a
local hospital for treatment.

6) Maoist carrying a reward of Rs 20,000 held in ChhattisgarhThe cadre, Lakhmu (38),


was apprehended from a forest near his native Kumnar village under Kurusnar police
limits by the district force yesterday, Narayanpur Additional Superintendent of Police
O P Sharma told.
7) Raipur: Five labourers killed in factory blastThe explosion occurred at around 3 am in
Navbharat Fuse Factory at Urla village in Abhanpur region, around 30 kms from in
Raipur, Raipur Superintendent of Police OP Pal said.
8) Chhattisgarh govt launches kharif crop insurance scheme for farmersThe scheme will
cater to paddy, maize, soybean, ground nut, pigeon pea and pulses 'moong' and 'urad'
9) Chhattisgarh to have three-phase polls for 11 Lok Sabha seats"With the
announcement of poll schedules, district election officers have been directed to
implement the Model Code of Conduct in their respective regions," Chief Electoral
Officer Sunil Kujur told reporters in Raipur.
The worst Naxal-hit Bastar (ST) constituency will alone witness poll on April 10 in
the third phase of general elections while three other Maoist-affected constituencies Mahasamund (General), Kanker (ST) and Rajnandgaon (General) - will go to polls on
April 17 in the second phase.
The rest of the seven Lok Sabha seats - Surguja and Raigarh (ST), Janjgir-Champa
(SC), Raipur, Durg, Korba and Bilaspur (General) - will see polling on April 24.
10) Chhattisgarh Swabhiman Manch merges with BJP
11) Gaurishankar Agrawal elected Speaker of Chhattisgarh Assembly
12) Congress MLA TS Singhdeo elected Leader of Opposition in Chhattisgarh Assembly
13) Congress MLA Satyanarayan Sharma sworn-in as pro-tem Speaker of Chhattisgarh
AssemblySharma, who represents Raipur rural seat, was administered the oath
by Governor Shekhar Dutt in a function held at Raj Bhawan here.
Sharma has been elected to Assembly six times. He had become member of the
undivided Madhya Pradesh Assembly in 1985.
14) Five more suspected SIMI members arrested in Chhattisgarh

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22

October

2012.

Chhattisgarh Governor Shekhar Dutt administered the oath to Justice Yatindra Singh at
Raj
Bhavan
in
Bilaspur
District
of
Chattisgarh.
Prior to appointment as Chief Justice, Justice Yatindra Singh was posted at the Allahabad
High Court. He was born in 1952 and had graduated from Allahabad University in 1970.
He had also served as Additional Advocate-General of Uttar Pradesh Between March
1997 and February 1999.He had two books written under his name entitled 'Cyberlaws'
and 'A Lawyer's World and Childhood dreams'.
21) The Chhattisgarh government in the first week of October 2012 established a Livelihood
College in Dantewada to fight unemployment in the Naxal affected areas of the state.
22) he Government of Chhattisgarh banned Gutka and Pan Masala on 24 July 2012. The
State Cabinet decided to ban the manufacturing, storage, distribution, sale and
consumption
of
these
products.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved this proposal under the Food Safety and
Standards Act, 2006. It aims to reduce the number of cases that cause because of the
consumption of the tobacco products.
23) India on 30 April 2012 announced its decision to export 2.1 million tonnes (mt) of iron ore
to steel mills of Japan and South Korea under a long-term agreement due to be signed in
May 2012. The iron ore will be supplied to leading steel mills of Japan and Korea,
including Posco, Kobe and Nippon Steel.

As approved by the cabinet in March 2012, the iron ore, having 64 per cent Fe content,
or high grade lumps is to be sourced from NMDC's Chhattisgarh mines and will be
exported through MMTC.
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25) 64th

National Basketball Championship concluded In the final,

Chhattisgarh won the women's title beating Indian Railways 81-77. The men's title was
won by Tamil Nadu. They defeated Punjab 74-57 to win the men's title. The winners
received one lakh rupees, while the first and second runners-up received 75000 rupees
and 50000 rupees respectively.
Rikin Pethani of Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh's Kavita Kumari were awarded the Harish
Sharma Most Valuable Player Award.

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Group of armed Maoists trapped and attacked the Congress party convoy at

Dharba Valley in Chhattisgarh on 25 May 2013. In the attack, 17 people were killed on
the spot as well as around 20 injured. Among the injured was former central Minister and
senior Congress leader V.C. Shukla.

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Asian games was organised first in new delhion 1951 opend by rajendra Prasad.
Officieally called 1stasiad .current Asian is asiad 17 organised in inchao in south
koria.Incheon, South Korea - XVII 2014 - September 19th - October 4th, 2014

Surabaya, Indonesia - XVIII 2019 TBD


It is organised in every four year hovever 2018 was shifted to 2019 due to
Olympic.The 2010 Asian Games, also known as the XVI Asiad, was a multi-sport
event celebrated in Guangzhou, China
Abbreviation

AGF

Motto

Ever onward

Successor

Olympic Council of Asia

Formation

13 February 1949; 65 years ago

Extinction

26 November 1981

Type

Sports federation

Purpose

Organizing the Asian Games

Region served

Asia

Membership

Asian National Olympic Committees

Formation

1982

Type

Sports federation

Headquarters

Kuwait City, Kuwait

Membership

45 National Olympic Committees

Official language

English

President

Sheikh Fahad Al-Sabah

Vice President

Mohammad Aliabadi

Website

ocasia.org

30) Olympic: The 1896 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the I
Olympiad, was a multi-sport event held in Athens, Greece, from 6 to 15 April 1896. It
was the first international Olympic Games held in the Modern era.
2012- summer London olypics
2014 winter- sochi russiya
2016-summer-brasil riyode jinero-31stolympic
2018-winter-yongchang-south koriya 23rd winter olympic
2020-summer tokiyo japan
It is organised every four year with two part winter and summer alternating every two
year
Motto

Citius, Altius, Fortius


(Latin: Faster, Higher, Stronger)

Formation

23 June 1894; 120 years ago

Type

Sports federation

Headquarters

Lausanne, Switzerland

Membership

105 active members, 32 honorary


members

Official language

French, English
and host country's official language when necessary

President

Thomas Bach

Website

www.olympic.org

31) Commonwealth games The Commonwealth Games (known as the British Empire
Games from 19301950, the British Empire and Commonwealth Games from 1954
1966, and British Commonwealth Games from 19701974)[1] is an international,
multi-sport event involving athletes from the Commonwealth of Nations. The event
was first held in 1930, and, with the exception of 1942 and 1946, which were
cancelled due to World War II, has taken place every four years since then.
Abbreviation

CG

Motto

HumanityEqualityDestiny

First event

1930

Headquarters

London, United Kingdom

President

HRH Prince Tunku Imran

Website

www.thecgf.com

32) The Fdration Internationale de Football Association (FIFA /fif/; English:


International Federation of Association Football) is the international governing body
of association football, futsal and beach soccer. FIFA is responsible for the
organisation of football's major international tournaments, notably the World Cup
which commenced in 1930 and the Women's World Cup which commenced in 1991.
FIFA was founded in 1904 to oversee international competition among the national
associations of Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Sweden

and Switzerland. Headquartered in Zrich, membership now comprises 209 national


associations. Member countries must each also be members of one of the six regional
confederations into which the world is divided: Africa, Asia, Europe, North & Central
America and the Caribbean, Oceania and South America.

1.
2.

Uruguay

1930 FIFA World Cup Final. The 1930 FIFA World Cup Final was contested by
the finalists from the 1928 Olympics, Uruguay andArgentina. The final was played
at the Estadio Centenario on July 3
Abbreviation

FIFA [1]

Motto

For the Game. For the World.

Formation

21 May 1904 (110 years ago)

Type

Federation of national associations

Headquarters

Zrich, Switzerland

Coordinates

472253N 83428ECoordinates:

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2253N 83428E

Region served

Worldwide

Membership

209 national associations

Official

English, French, German, Spanish[2]

language
President

Sepp Blatter

Senior Vice-

Julio Grondona

President
Vice-Presidents

Jim Boyce, Prince Ali Bin Al-Hussein

Affiliations

International Olympic Committee

Next fifa world cup 2018 russiya and 2022 in Qatar.2104 brasil fifa world cup winner
ost country

Brazil

Dates

12 June 13 July 2014 (32 days)

Teams

32 (from 5 confederations)

Venue(s)

12 (in 12 host cities)

Final positions

Champions

Germany (4th title)

Runners-up

Argentina

Third place

Netherlands

Fourth place

Brazil

Tournament statistics

Matches played

64

Goals scored

171 (2.67 per match)

Attendance

3,429,873 (53,592 per match)

Top scorer(s)

James Rodrguez
(6 goals)[1]

Best player

Lionel Messi[2]

Best young player

Paul Pogba[3]

Bestgoalkeeper

Manuel Neuer[4]

Fair play award

Colombia[5]

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