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Maoists kidnap Sukhma District Collector in Chhattisgarh

Maoists kidnapped the district collector of Sukhma district in Chattisgarh. Maoists reportedly fired on the the convoy of Alex Paul Menon, a Tamil Nadu cadre IAS officer. Menon's two bodyguards have been shot dead in the attack. Alex Paul Menon was on his way back to Sukma when 15-20 Maoists stopped his vehicle and took him hostage.  The collector was reportedly coming back from a Panchayat programme.
The Naxals shot dead the two guards who were escorting Menon before taking him with them. A police team headed by Superintendent of Police Abhishek Shandilya has rushed to the spot, officials said
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Jobs in IIM Raipur, Chhattisgarh - April 2012

Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Raipur, GEC Campus, Raipur, Chhattisgarh invites applications for faculty (Professors, Associate Professors and Assistant Professors) in the following areas:
1. Business Communication
2. Economics & Business Environment
3. Finance & Accounting
4. Human Resource Management/ Organisation Behaviour 
5. Information Technology and Systems
6. Marketing Management
7. Operations Management & Business Policy
8. Strategic Management
How to Apply : Application in the prescribed format should be send on or before 08/05/2012 to Director, Indian Institute of Management, Raipur, GEC Campus, Sejbahar, Raipur - 492015, Chhattisgarh through Speed Post only.  
Last date: 8 May 2012
For Job details visit: http://www.iimraipur.ac.in
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Data Entry Operator Jobs in Forest Department Jagdalpur, Chhattisgarh

Forest Department Jagdalpur, Govt of Chhattisgarh, invites application for the post of Data Entry Operator
Job Post: Data Entry Operator
Total Post: 45 (UR-06, OBC-06, ST-29, SC-04) Region Wise Vacancy Details : Kanker-23, Kondagaon-16, Narayanpur-06 
Qualification: 12th passed or 10th with 3 yrs diploma in any subject. Technical Qualification : One year diploma in either Data Entry or Programming. Beside of both qualification, candidates should be more skillful for data entry in both Hindi and English. They have to attain minimum 8000 Key Depression per hour.    
Salary : Candidates if selected will be given Rs. 8080/-
Age Limit : 18 -35 years as on 01.04.2012.
Process of Selection : On the basis of academic record and skill test candidates will be selected.
How to apply: Candidates eligible of respective regions may send their applications on prescribed format by 30th April 2012. It is suggested to all candidates to download prescribed applications through below link and filled it with own handwriting. Duly filled applications are needed to attach with attested copy of Domicile, Caste, Educational Qualification. In super scribe envelope all such thing should be kept and send the same to respective divisional head of CG Forest.
Last date: 30 April 2012
For Job Details visit: http://www.cgforest.com/media/kankerDEOvac.pdf
For more Govt/PSU Jobs visit: www.SarkariBlog.com
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CRPF enters Naxal-dominated Abujmaad after 1947

A first-of-its-kind anti-Naxal operation has given a strategic entry for paramilitary forces in the Abujmaad forests in Chhattisgarh, considered the Maoist headquarters where there has been no presence of government for ages. Armed with modern gadgets, over 3,000 men from CRPF and its elite strike unit--CoBRA, the para-military forces and state police--combed the forests spread over 4,000 sq km and joining neighbouring states of Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra during the month that just ended.
Codenamed--"Maad", "Kilam" and "Podku"--the operation was monitored by CRPF Director General K Vijay Kumar and his Inspector General (Operation) in Chhattisgarh, Pankaj Singh, who decided on the plans to make forays in the jungles. Armed with a British-era survey of the jungle, they decided that the men will enter from three sides - Narayanpur- Gadchiroli (Maad) with point of contact at Jatwar in the heart of the jungle, Bhairamgarh-Matwara (Podku) and Mardapal- Chotedonger (Kilam). "In all, the operations which comprised CRPF officers, CoBRA and some state police -a total of about 3000 personnel- their movements were monitored round-the-clock at make-shift headquarters," says 49-year-old Singh after the successful operation in which over 33 Maoists were arrested.(PTI)
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