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International Institute of Yoga and Natural Medicine in Chengalpattu was inaugurated by Chief Minister Stalin

  • Chief Minister MK Stalin inaugurated the world-class International Yoga and Natural Medicine Institute at a cost of Rs 65 crore on a 2,93,000 sq ft campus at the Chengalpattu Government Medical College campus.
  • Construction of the 2.93 lakh sq ft building on 50 acres of land at a cost of Rs 65 crore started on January 6, 2020. Last, Sept. 2021. On the 30th, all work was completed.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the former Prime Ministers Museum
  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Prime Minister's Museum to facilitate the people of the country to know the work done by the former Prime Ministers for the progress of the country.
  • The museum of the country's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was housed in the Deen Murti Bhavan (Block 1). The museum is located on the same premises as the newly constructed building (Block 2). It has a total area of ​​15,600 square meters.
Rs 19,000 crore new project for textile sector to provide employment to 2.4 lakh people - Union Government approves
  • The United States Government has issued a number of announcements promoting the industry. In that regard it has now announced a new scheme to encourage the textile industry.
  • The Union government has approved a Rs 19,000 crore Product Based Subsidy Scheme (PLI) to promote production and exports in the textile sector. The project will provide employment to 2 lakh 40 thousand people.
Overall growth in mineral production was 13.2 percent
  • The mineral production index of the mining and quarrying sector for the month of February 2022 was 123.2, which is 4.5% higher than the month of February 2021.
  • According to provisional data from the Mining Office of India, overall growth for the April-February period 2021-22 was 13.2 per cent higher than the same period last year.
  • Production of important minerals in February, 2022: 795 lakh tonnes of coal, 47 lakh tonnes of brown coal, 2515 million kW of natural gas (used). M., Petroleum (crude) 23 lakh tons, bauxite 2120 thousand tons, chromite 373 thousand tons, copper 9 thousand tons, gold 125 kg, iron ore 227 lakh tons, lead 29 thousand tons, manganese ore 293 thousand tons, zinc 143 thousand tons. Tons, 333 lakh tons of lime, 108 thousand tons of phosphorite, 10 thousand tons of magnesite, 48 carats of diamond.
  • The production of important minerals showing positive growth in February 2021 over February 2021 includes: diamond (43.4%), brown coal (24.7%), natural gas (U) (12.5%), phosphorus (9.9%) and zinc 8.7%. ), Bauxite (8.3%), coal (6.6%), iron ore (5.9%) and magnesite (0.6%).
  • Production of important minerals showing negative growth includes: lime (-0.5%), gold (-2.1%), petroleum (crude) (-2.2%), lead (-14.0%), manganese ore (-17.3%), copper ( -19.8%) and chromite (-33.1%).

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