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Latest issue of journal released

Latest issue of journal released

Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor Prof Som Nath Sachdeva released the latest issue of 'Journal of Haryana studies' (JHS), which is a refereed, multidisciplinary and multilingual journal published by Kurukshetra University since 1965.

Kurukshetra: Kurukshetra University Vice-Chancellor Prof Som Nath Sachdeva released the latest issue of 'Journal of Haryana studies' (JHS), which is a refereed, multidisciplinary and multilingual journal published by Kurukshetra University since 1965. Releasing the brochures for the promotion of JHS and 'KU International Research Journal', Prof Sachdeva said, "Quality research and its publication is our priority. Multilingual journals will make it easier to make multidisciplinary research accessible to the general public. That is why publication of research in Indian languages is very important." He congratulated the chief editor of the journal Prof Dinesh Gupta and his entire team. Prof Gupta said 'Journal of Haryana Studies' accepts original research papers related to various aspects of Haryana in English, Hindi, Sanskrit and Punjabi languages.

Training programme on food safety

Hisar: The department of family resources of the Home Science College of Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, organised a training programme on food safety and green consumerism in Shahpur village. The villagers were informed about the ill-effects of adulterated food on health. Programme coordinator Assistant Scientist Dr Promila Krishna Chahal said, "We should be alert about the adulteration in the food items available in the market. From cereals, milk, spices, ghee to vegetables and fruits, no food item is unaffected by adulteration. Therefore, it is very important to make common citizens aware of it from time to time so that they can become conscious about their health." Dr Poonam Malik, Assistant Scientist of human development and family studies, said that mother's milk is very important for the development of children and for six months the child should be fed only on mother's milk.

A salute to Indian Air Force

Ambala: Hailing the air warriors on Indian Air Force Day, MMIS Sadopur (Ambala) celebrated Indian Air Force Day with great respect and honour to our brave airmen. Tiny tots showed gratitude towards the Indian Air Force by exhibiting popsicle stick soldiers in their scrapbooks. Little ones paid respect by reciting patriotic poems, making short videos etc. The school principal, Dr Nisha Sharma said it was the responsibility to follow the motto of the Indian Air Force, which is to touch the sky with glory.

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