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    93-Year-Old Man To Vote For 1st Time In Upcoming Chhattisgarh Polls

    Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly elections, a heartwarming incident occurred in the Naxal-affected Kanker district. A 93-year-old man, Sher Singh Hedko, from Bhainsakanhar village, registered his vote for the first time, thanks to a door-to-door campaign organized by the district administration to ensure eligible voters were included in the voter list.

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    State Level Wrestling Academy Will Soon Open In Chhattisgarh

    Chhattisgarh Government has decided to launch the Bajrangbali Akhara Protsahan Yojana for the preservation and promotion of Akharas in the state. Public Relations Department officials gave this information on Tuesday. Officials said that the Bajrangbali Akhara Promotion Scheme will be started for the preservation and promotion of Akharas in the state as well as to hone the talents of wrestlers. He said that along with this, a state-level wrestling academy will be started in the capital Raipur through which the talent of this region will be groomed.

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    Adani Foundation Organized a “Race” For The Promotion Of Sports Among The Girls

    On the occasion of National Sports Day, the Adani Foundation organized a race in the villages of Pusaur block of the district to encourage sports among the girls of the area. Under the social concerns of Adani Power Limited, a total of 5 km from Swami Atmanand Vidyalaya located in the nearby Gram Bade Bhandar to the Chowk of Ranbhata village, especially for the girls, in this race of villages like Gram Bade Bhandar, Chhote Bhandar, Siladi, Bunga, Sarwani, etc.

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    “Chhattisgarhi Culture Thrives in London: The Anniversary of Indian Independence Day Was Celebrated”

    The vibrant tapestry of Chhattisgarh’s culture and its rich traditions have transcended geographical boundaries, imprinting their essence on foreign soil. In the heart of London, the fervor of Indian independence reverberated through the melodies of Chhattisgarh, resonating with songs such as “Laali Parsa Ban Ma Phule” and “Mahua Jhare Re.”

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    Officers Carry Boat To Reach Kanker To Restore Electricity

    In a remarkable display of determination and resourcefulness, officials from the Chhattisgarh State Power Company (CSPC) successfully tackled a power supply issue in a remote village of Kanker district. This particular village, Bangoghodia, located in the Pakhanjur tehsil, is nestled within dense forests and has been plagued by Naxal insurgencies. With approximately 20-30 families residing there, this community faced an unexpected power crisis when their connection to the rest of the district was severed due to damage to the temporary bridge during the monsoon season.

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