Union Minister K.C. Venugopal called for the implementation of projects which help the state gain self-sufficiency in milk production. He also presented the award for the best dairy farmer to Mata Amritanandamayi Mission Trust Principal Kasthuri Amma on the occasion. Food and Civil Supplies Minister C. Divakaran presided.
Mata Amritanandamayi launched the nationwide Amala Bharatam Campaign on Pune during her visit to the city. She also announced that math was ready to take up the trash cans from the public places all over the country, for which she had appealed the co-operation of the respective state and central governments.
Amma attended the World Economic Forum Meeting at Davos along with other renowned world faith and spiritual leaders. The forum also discussed the subjects like healing through music, architecture for the quality life, raising healthy children and pursuit of happiness.
A two-day national seminar on 'Infection control, antibiotic therapy and hospital epidemiology' was organised by Department of Infectious Control and Microbiology at Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) on 28th Jan 2011.
Mata Amritanandamayi Math launched a large-scale cleanliness drive called Amala Bharatam 'Amrita Bharatam' in Coimbatore to create social awareness of humanity's debt to earth and nature. The aims of the project were to embrace new practical initiatives to clean India, promote health through hygiene, sort garbage and properly dispose of waste and to make people aware of the need to maintain environmental cleanliness.