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  • 21 Aug 2023
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Another Industrial Township to be developed in Haryana

Why is News?

On August 20, 2023, Haryana Deputy CM Dushyant Chautala announced that an industrial township would be developed in Mothuka village adjacent to Yamuna Khadar in Faridabad district. A plan has been prepared for this.

Key Points:

  • There is a plan to develop an industrial township in about 100 acres. In such a situation, IT centres, data centres or manufacturing plants can be set up here. This will also create employment opportunities for the youth in this area.
  • Apart from this, JBM company will make electronic bus in Palwal. With the coming of industries in both these districts, employment opportunities will be created.
  • He told that with the efforts of the Haryana government, a mobile factory is being set up in Mewat on 180 acres, in which mobile batteries will be made. Production is likely to start in this company from next year. Apart from this, a huge warehouse is being built in Manesar.


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Haryana Govt. to launch Spirulina-based products to tackle malnutrition

Why is News?

On August 19, 2023, the Haryana government announced the introduction of Spirulina-based products to tackle malnutrition among children with a six-month pilot project in Nuh district.

Key Points:

  • Under the Poshan Abhiyan, three nutrition-enriched programs will be implemented in all the blocks of the aspirational district Nuh.
  • The objective of these programs is to reduce malnutrition and anemia among children and women.
  • Nutritional support in the form of ready-to-eat foods, nutrition packets and antioxidant-rich foods will be provided to children and women in all blocks of Nuh district.
  • The Women and Child Development Department will provide 'Orthonut' (peanut mixture) under the Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) to the severely acute malnourished and moderate acute malnourished children in Nuh district on a pilot basis.
  • A study conducted by the Institute of Health Management and Research (IHMR), Bangalore showed a reduction in malnutrition in children given spirulina for six months.
  • Spirulina, an algae that grows in both freshwater and salt water, is known to be rich in nutrients and have antioxidant properties.


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