Latest issue of the newspaper published: The Tribune India
Kurukshetra: The Vice-Chancellor of Kurukshetra University, Professor Som Nath Sachdeva, has published the latest issue of “Journal of Haryana studies” (JHS), which is a multidisciplinary and multilingual peer-reviewed journal published by the University of Kurukshetra since 1965. Publication of brochures for the promotion of JHS and ‘KU International Research Journal ”, said Prof. Sachdeva:“ Quality research and publication is our priority. Multilingual journals will make it easier to make multidisciplinary research accessible to the general public. That is why the publication of research in Indian languages is very important. He congratulated the editor of the journal Prof Dinesh Gupta and all his team. Professor Gupta stated that the Journal of Haryana Studies accepts original research papers related to various aspects of Haryana in English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Punjabi.
Food Safety Training Program
Hisar: The Family Resources Department of the Home Science College of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, organized a training program on food security and green consumerism in the village of Shahpur. The villagers were informed of the harmful effects of adulterated food on health. The program coordinator, deputy scientist, Dr Promila Krishna Chahal said: “We must be vigilant about the adulteration of food products available on the market. From grains, milk, spices, ghee to vegetables and fruits, no food is safe from adulteration. Therefore, it is very important to raise awareness of it among ordinary citizens from time to time so that they can be aware of their health. “Dr Poonam Malik, assistant scientist in charge of human development and family studies, said the Breast milk is very important for the development of children and that for six months the child should be fed only breast milk.
A tribute to the Indian Air Force
Ambala: Saluting the Air Warriors on Indian Air Force Day, MMIS Sadopur (Ambala) celebrated Indian Air Force Day with great respect and honor to our brave aviators. The toddlers showed their gratitude to the Indian Air Force by displaying Popsicle stick soldiers in their scrapbooks. The little ones paid homage by reciting patriotic poems, making short videos, etc. School principal Dr Nisha Sharma said it is the responsibility of following the Indian Air Force motto, which is to touch the sky with glory.