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  • haryana

    other sources of pollution are exhaust gases from old vehicles, stone crushers and brick kiln. haryana has 75 lakh 7,500,000 old vehicles, of which 40% are old more polluting vehicles, besides 500,000 new vehicles are added every year. other majorly polluted cities are bhiwani, bahadurgarh, dharuhera, hisar and yamunanagar. administration

  • jharsuguda district

    jharsuguda is a district in odisha, india with jharsuguda town as its headquarters. the district once had an airport during world war ii.this region is rich in coal and other mineral reserves. of late, many small and medium scale iron and steel units have been set up in the vicinity of jharsuguda town, giving impetus to the industrial growth of the district.

  • akaltara

    akaltara is a nagar palika and tehsil in janjgir-champa district in the state of chhattisgarh, india. it is the birthplace of a great freedom fighter thakur chhedi lal. akaltara has a member in legislation assembly of chhattisgarh state, which is now represented by mr. sourabh singh of the bhartiya janta party. it is under janjgir parliament seat, which is represented by mrs. kamla devi patle.

  • sukma district

    sukma district is the newly formed, southernmost district in the indian state of is located in bastar.the sukma district borders with odisha malkangiri district , andhra pradesh east godavari district and telangana khammam district .. located in the southern tip of the state of chhattisgarh, district sukma is a symbol of diverse types of disparities.

  • chhattisgarh pradesh congress committee

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  • bade bacheli

    bade bacheli is a town and a nagar palika in dantewada district in the state of chhattisgarh, is now very well known as nmdc township with nature all around to explore and witness. it is situated roughly 400 km from raipur, capital of chhattisgarh.

  • pithora, chhattisgarh

    pithora is located at it has an average elevation of 304 metres 997 feet . pithora is 50 km north to the district headquarter mahasamund on the national highway 6 re-numbered as national highway 53. demographics. as of 2001 india census, pithora had a population of 7929. males constitute 50% of the population and females 50%.

  • western odisha

    many small kingdoms, ruled by local chieftains, existed in ancient times, in what is now called western odisha. tibardeb of the soma dynasty, whose capital was at sripur, in chhattisgarh was the first ruler, who defeated all these chieftains and established a large kingdom in dakhin kosal comprising what is present day chhattisgarh. somavamshmi .

  • chhattisgarh pradesh congress committee

    former chief minister of chhattisgarh ajit jogi, after being expelled from the congress party due to anti-party activities as well as sabotaging a bypoll election in antagarh, founded his own new party named janta congress chhattisgarh on 23 june 2016.

  • jonk river

    jonk river is a tributary of mahanadi river that flows for approximately 210 kilometers through the nuapada district and bargarh district in the state of odisha; and the mahasamund district and raipur district in the state of chhattisgarh in india. the river starts from the sunabeda plateau and enters maraguda valley where it is joined by a stream called gaidhas-nala near patora village.

  • cave research in india

    cave research, encompassing the study of speleology and biospeleology, is still in its infancy in india. although there are thousands of caves in india, research expeditions occur in few states.the siju cave of state meghalaya is the first limelighted natural cave from india. several studies were carried out in this cave in the early 20th century.

  • arang

    arang, also known as 'the town of temples' of chhattisgarh, is a block and a nagar palika in raipur district in the state of chhattisgarh, india. it is situated near the eastern limits of raipur city and close to mahasamund city. arang is an ancient town, which was ruled by the haihayas rajput dynasty.

  • ratanpur, chhattisgarh

    at around 25 kilometres 16 mi from bilaspur, the third largest city in chhattisgarh state after raipur, the journey to raipur from the town can be made by plane, train or bus. references edit wikimedia commons has media related to ratanpur .

  • ratanpur, chhattisgarh

    ratanpur is a town and a nagar palika in bilaspur district in the indian state of is located about 25 kilometres 16 mi from bilaspur on national highway 200 towards ambikapur

  • rajnandgaon district

    another temple, at ground level, is situated about 1/2 km from the main temple complex. this temple is known as chhoti bamleshwari. many hundreds of thousands of people from in and around chhattisgarh flock to the shrine during the navratris of kavar during dussera and chaitra during ramnavmi . during these navratris, melas fairs which run 24 hours are organised in the premises of the temple.

  • tourism in chhattisgarh

    notable and ancient temples in chhattisgarh include: shri ram janki temple at setganga in mungeli district, bhoramdeo temple near kawardha in kabirdham district, rajivlochan temple at rajim and champaran in raipur district, chandrahasini devi temple at chandrapur, vishnu temple at janjgir, damudhara rishab tirth and sivarinarayana laxminarayana temple in janjgir-champa district, bambleshwari temple at dongargarh in rajnandgaon district, danteshwari temple in dantewada district, deorani .

  • raipur

    raipur / ˈ r aɪ p ʊr / pronunciation help · info is the capital city of the indian state of is also the largest city of the state. it was formerly a part of madhya pradesh before the state of chhattisgarh was formed on 1 november 2000. it has a widely diverse population from all over the country. on industrial prospects, it has seen an exponential growth over the years.