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WORLD RANGER DAY

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World Ranger Day is celebrated on 31 July to commemorate Rangers killed or injured in the line of duty and to celebrate the work Rangers do to protect the world's natural and cultural heritage. Climate change, poaching and armed conflict are some of the challenges facing World Heritage.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FRIENDSHIP

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the UN General Assembly proclaimed July 30 as International Day of Friendship with the idea that friendship between peoples, countries, cultures and individuals can inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities

INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY

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The International Tiger Day is celebrated on July 29 every year. This year marks the tenth International Tiger Day. The main aim behind this day is to promote a global system for protecting the natural habitats of tigers and to raise public awareness and support for tiger conservation issues.

WORLD HEPATITIS DAY

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World Hepatitis Day is commemorated each year on 28 July to enhance awareness of viral hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver that causes a range of health problems, including liver cancer.

KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS

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The Indian armed forces had defeated Pakistan on July 26, 1999. Since then, the day is celebrated as 'Kargil Vijay Diwas' to rekindle the pride and valour of the soldiers who took part in Operation Vijay. The day marks the victory of Indian soldiers in recapturing the mountain heights that were occupied by the Pakistani Army on July 26, 1999, known as the Kargil War.

INCOME TAX DAY

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On July 24, 1860, income tax was introduced in India by Sir James Wilson to compensate the British government for the losses incurred during the First War of Independence in 1857. ... July 24 has been celebrated as the Income Tax day in India since 2010.

NATIONAL BROADCAST DAY

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Public Service Broadcasting Day being celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's first visit to AIR. ... The day is celebrated every year to commemorate the first and last visit of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi to the studio of All India Radio, Delhi in 1947.

WORLD CHESS DAY

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On 12 December 2019, the General Assembly proclaimed 20 July as World Chess Day to mark the date of the establishment of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) in Paris in 1924. Under initiative of FIDE, July 20 has been observed as International Chess Day by chess players around the world since 1966

WORLD DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

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World Day for International Justice is celebrated to highlight the importance of the International Criminal Court and the work it does to bring about justice for the victims. This day calls on all countries to join the fight against impunity, so that perpetrators of such crimes are punished, and to help prevent future occurrences of these crimes.

WORLD YOUTH SKILLS DAY

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Designated by the General assembly in 2014, the World Youth Skills Day is an opportunity for young people, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions, and public and private sector stakeholders to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.

WORLD POPULATION DAY

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World Population Day, which seeks to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues, was established by the then-Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989, an outgrowth of the interest generated by the Day of Five Billion, which was observed on 11 July 1987

INTERNATIONAL PLASTIC BAG FREE DAY

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International Plastic Bag Free Day was created as a worldwide initiative for the purpose of getting rid of the single-use of plastic bags around the world. It is all about promoting environmental conservation by encouraging us all to stay away from the use of plastic bags and instead look for more eco-friendly alternatives.

WORLD UFO DAY

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World UFO Day is an awareness day for people to gather together and watch the skies for unidentified flying objects. July 2 commemorates the supposed UFO crash in the 1947 Roswell incident. The stated goal of the July 2 celebration is to raise awareness of "the undoubted existence of UFOs" and to encourage governments to declassify their files on UFO sightings.

NATIONAL DOCTORS DAY

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In India, the National Doctors' Day is celebrated on July 1 all across India to honour the legendary physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. He was born on July 1, 1882 and died on the same date in 1962, aged 80 years.

ANTI TOBACCO DAY

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Anti-Tobacco Day or World No Tobacco Day is observed on 31 May every year across the globe to make people aware and educate them about the harmful effects of tobacco on health which causes cardiovascular diseases, cancer, tooth decay, staining of teeth etc.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

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International Day for Biological Diversity is observed on 22 May every year to increase awareness and understanding of the issues of biodiversity.

NATIONAL ANTI TERRORISM DAY

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National Anti-Terrorism Day is observed every year on 21 May to spread awareness about the violence caused by the terrorists and also in the memory of former Indian PM Rajiv Gandhi who passed on this day.

NATIONAL ENDANGERED SPECIES DAY

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Every year on the third Friday in May National Endangered Species Day is celebrated to raise awareness about the importance of wildlife conservation and restoration efforts for all imperilled species. Endangered Species Act 1973, focuses on the protection of wildlife and threatened species.

WORLD AIDS VACCINE DAY

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This day marks the efforts of thousands of researchers, scientists, and health professionals who have contributed to the process of finding safe and effective AIDS medicine.

WORLD TELECOMMUNICATION DAY

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World Telecommunication Day is observed every year on 17 May. It marks the founding of ITU when the first International Telegraph Convention was signed in Paris on 17 May, 1865. It is also known as World Telecommunication and International Society Day. Since 1969, it has been celebrated annually.

BUDDHA JAYANTI

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It is believed that on the full moon of the month of Vaishakh, Gautama Buddha was born in Lumbini near Kapilavastu. He is also known as 'Jyoti Punj of Asia' or 'Light of Asia'.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FAMILIES

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International Day of Families is observed every year on 15 May. Family is the basic unit of society. This day provides an opportunity to raise awareness about the issues related to the families and to increase knowledge about the social, economic and demographic processes that affect them.

INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY

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International Nurses Day is celebrated on 12 May to commemorate the anniversary of Florence Nightingale's birthday. This day also celebrates the contribution done by nurses to society around the world. On this day the International Council of Nurses organisation produces an International Nurses kit to educate and assist health workers globally with a different theme every year.

NATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DAY

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The day was first observed on May 11, 1999. The day was chosen because on this day India successfully broke into the elite group of countries with nuclear weapons. On 11 May 1998, India successfully conducted three nuclear tests at Indian Army's Pokhran Test Range in Rajasthan.

MOTHER'S DAY

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Mother's Day is celebrated every year on the second Sunday of May to honour motherhood and is observed in different forms throughout the world. Mother's Day was founded by Anna Jarvis who had given the idea of celebrating Mother's Day in honour of mothers and motherhood in 1907. Nationally this day was recognised in 1914.

WORLD ATHLETICS DAY

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World Athletics Day is observed on 7 May to raise awareness about sports among youth, in schools and institutions to promote athletics as the primary sport. And to introduce new talent and youngsters in the field of athletics.

AYUSHMAN BHARAT DIWAS

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Nation celebrates Ayushman Bharat Diwas on 30th April. The day aims to promote affordable medical facilities in remote areas of the country based on the Socio-Economic Caste Census database. It will also promote health and wellness and provide insurance benefits to the poor.

WORLD MALARIA DAY

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World Malaria Day is observed annually on 25 April, to bring global attention to the efforts being made to bring an end to malaria, and encourage action to reduce suffering and death from the disease.

NATIONAL PANCHAYATI RAJ DAY

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The Constitution (73rd Amendment) Act, 1992 that came into force with effect from 24th April, 1993 has vested constitutional status on Panchayati Raj institutions. This date thus marks a defining moment in the history of decentralization of political power to the grassroots level.

WORLD EARTH DAY

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Earth Day is recognised as the largest civic event in the world. ... Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year. The day aims to raise awareness among masses about climate change and global warming. The day inspires to act towards the protection of the environment and focus on the need for conservation.

WORLD LIVER DAY

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World Liver day is observed on 19 April every year. The day is observed to spread awareness about the liver-related disease. The liver is the second largest and the most complex organ in the body, with the exception of the brain. Liver diseases can be caused by hepatitis A, B, C, alcohol and drugs.

WORLD HERITAGE DAY

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World Heritage Day is observed every year on April 18 to preserve the human heritage and recognize the efforts of the organizations working for it. ... This day is celebrated to maintain the legacy and save the rich heritage which has been given to us by our ancestors

EASTER

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Easter is celebrated as a joyous holiday because it represents the fulfillment of the prophecies of the Old Testament and the revelation of God's salvific plan for all of humankind. In commemorating the Resurrection of Jesus, Easter also celebrates the defeat of death and the hope of salvation.

GOOD FRIDAY

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Many Christians around the world observe Good Friday on the Friday before Easter Sunday. It commemorates Jesus Christ's Passion, crucifixion, and death, which is told in the Christian Bible. It is the day after Maundy Thursday. Good Friday commemorates Jesus' death on the cross

AMBEDKAR JAYANTI

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Regarded as the architect of Indian Constitution, Ambedkar Jayanti — as the name suggests — is a day dedicated to Dr B R Ambedkar, who was a polymath and a civil rights activist. The day is also known as 'Bhim Jayanti', and it is annually observed on April 14.

JALLIANWALA BAGH MASSACRE DAY

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On 13th April, 1919 as the whole of Punjab was celebrating the festival, Baisakhi, a British office, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer ordered his troops to open fire on a non-violent and unarmed gathering that had collected there to celebrate Baisakhi at Jallianwala Bagh. In this incident, many people have been died and this day every year is observed as Jallianwal Bagh day to remember the people who paid for their lives.

NATIONAL SAFE MOTHERHOOD DAY

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National Safe Motherhood Day is an initiative of the White Ribbon Alliance. The government of India declared in 2003 the national safe motherhood day on April 11. It became the first country to do so. Every year a theme is decided by White Ribbon Alliance to raise awareness about adequate access to care during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal services.

RAM NAVAMI

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Ram Navami is celebrated to commemorate Lord Ram's birthday, who is also known to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the part of Chaitra Navratri and falls on the ninth day of the Shukhla Paksha (bright half) in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra

WORLD CANCER DAY

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The primary goal of World Cancer Day is to significantly reduce illness and death caused by cancer and is an opportunity to rally the international community to end the injustice of preventable suffering from cancer.

MARTYRS DAY

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Every year on 30 January, India celebrates Martyrs' Day or Shaheed Diwas. The day has been chosen to honour our brave martyrs who have laid down their lives for the country. On January 30, 1948, during his evening prayers in the Birla House, the Father of The Nation, Mahatma Gandhi, was murdered by Nathuram Godse

BIRTH ANNIVERSARY OF LALA LAJPAT RAI

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Lala Lajpat Rai was one of India’s most celebrated freedom fighters. His ideology of nationalism and zealous patriotism earned him the title, ‘Punjab Kesari’ and ‘Lion of Punjab’ and therefore his birthday is celebrated in various parts of the country.

REPUBLIC DAY

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26 January was chosen as the day to announce India becoming a republic as in 1929 on the same day the Indian National Congress denounced colonial rule and proclaimed Purna Swaraj, “complete freedom from the British”. ... This completed the country's transition into becoming a sovereign republic.

NATIONAL VOTERS DAY

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In order to encourage more young voters to take part in the political process, Government of India has decided to celebrate January 25 every year as "National Voters' Day". It has been started from 26 January 2011 to mark Commission's foundation day.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF EDUCATION

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The United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming January 24 as International Day of Education, in celebration of the role of education for bringing global peace and sustainable development.

NETAJI SUBHAS CHANDRA BOSE JAYANTI

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To commemorate his contribution to India's struggle for independence, every year on 23rd January, Subhas Chandra Bose's birthday is celebrated across various parts of the country.

INDIAN ARMY DAY

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Army Day is celebrated on January 15 every year in India as it is on this historic day that General KM Cariappa became the first Indian to take charge of the Indian Army in 1949. He took over from General Sir Francis Robert Roy Bucher who was the last English commander of our nation's army.

LOHRI

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Lohri is a traditional winter folk festival celebrated in India by people specifically in the North zone. It is a festival of joy that commemorates the passing of the Winter Solstice and looks forward to longer days as the sun journeys towards the northern hemisphere.

MAKAR SANKRANTI

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Every year Makar Sankranti is celebrated in the month of January. This festival is dedicated to the Hindu religious sun god Surya. This significance of Surya is traceable to the Vedic texts, particularly the Gayatri Mantra, a sacred hymn of Hinduism found in its scripture named the Rigveda.

NATIONAL YOUTH DAY

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It was a decision of the Government of India taken in 1984 to celebrate the birthday of great Swami Vivekananda, i.e. 12 January, as National Youth Day every year, quoting that ' the philosophy of Swami Vivekananda and the ideals for which he lived and worked could be a great source of inspiration for the Indian Youth Day.

ROAD SAFETY WEEK

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The aim of Road Safety Week is to inspire thousands of schools, organisations and communities to take action on road safety and promote life-saving messages.

NATIONAL HINDI DIWAS

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Apart from National Hindi Diwas celebrated on 14th Sep, World Hindi Day 2020 is observed on January 10. The day commemorates the anniversary of the first World Hindi Conference held in Nagpur of January 10, 1975, which saw 122 delegates from 30 countries participating in it. The aim of the conference was to promote Hindi language worldwide. World Hindi Day was first celebrated in 2006 by the then PM of India with an aim to promote Hindi language across the world.

PRAVASI BHARATIYA DIVAS

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January 9th is celebrated as Pravasi Bharatiya Divas every year to highlight the contribution of overseas diaspora in the development of the nation.

WORLD WAR ORPHAN DAY

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The World Day of War Orphans is observed on January 6 every year to raise awareness about children who have been orphaned due to wars. ... The objective of the day ensures to voice out the predicament of war orphans and highlight the emotional, social, and physical challenges children face while growing up.

NEW YEAR

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"January 1 Becomes New Year's Day. As part of his reform, Julius Caesar instituted January 1 as the first day of the year, partly to honor the month's namesake: Janus, the Roman god of beginnings, whose two faces allowed him to look back into the past and forward into the future."

NEW YEAR'S EVE

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According to the Gregorian calendar, New Year's Eve is celebrated on 31st December as the last day of the year. People gather together to celebrate the evening by dancing, eating, singing, etc. and welcome the New Year.

HAPPY CHRISTMAS

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Christmas Day is celebrated on 25 December worldwide annually to commemorate the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

NATIONAL CONSUMER RIGHTS DAY

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National Consumer Rights Day is observed on 24 December annually with a particular theme across the country. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 had received the assent of the president on this day. No doubt it is considered a historic milestone in the consumer movement in the country. This day also provides awareness about consumer rights and responsibilities.

KISAN DIWAS

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Kisan Divas or Farmer's Day in India or National Farmer's Day is celebrated on 23 December across the country to commemorate the birth anniversary of the former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh. On this day various events, seminars, functions, and competitions are organised on agriculture and its importance to educate and provide knowledge to the people.

NATIONAL MATHEMATICS DAY

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National Mathematics Day is celebrated on 22 December annually to commemorate the birth anniversary of the famous mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. He had made remarkable contributions in various fields of mathematics and its branches. He was born on 22 December 1887 in Erode (today in the city of Tamil Nadu).

INTERNATIONAL HUMAN SOLIDARITY DAY

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International Human Solidarity Day is observed on 20 December annually to highlight the importance of unity in diversity. This day also reminds people to work together in fighting against poverty, hunger, and disease.

LIBERATION DAY OF GOA

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The Liberation Day of Goa is celebrated on 19 December annually. On this date in 1961, Goa was released from the Portuguese dominion after army operation and extended freedom movement. This day is celebrated in commemoration of the Indian armed forces that helped Goa to receive freedom from Portuguese rule.

MINORITIES RIGHTS DAY

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Minorities Rights Day in India is observed on 18 December to preserve and promote the rights of minority communities in India. This day focuses on issues like the safety of minorities in the state. On this day several campaigns, seminars, and events are conducted to inform and educate people about them.

VIJAY DIWAS

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Vijay Diwas is celebrated on 16 December in India to remember the martyrs, their sacrifices, and to strengthen the role of armed forces for the cause of the nation.

NATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION DAY

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It is observed on 14 December to raise awareness about the need for energy and its conservation in daily life. Since 1991, it is celebrated every year on 14 December by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), under the Ministry of Power.

UNICEF DAY

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UNICEF Day is observed every year on December 11. The organisation works in 190 countries and territories aiming to save children's lives, to defend their rights, and to help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.

HUMAN RIGHTS DAY

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Human Rights Day is celebrated on 10 December. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted in 1948 by the United Nations General Assembly. This day is observed to protect the fundamental human rights of all people and their basic human freedom.

INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY

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International Anti-Corruption Day is observed on 9 December every year to highlight how corruption affects health, education, justice, democracy, prosperity, and development.

ARMED FORCES FLAG DAY

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The Armed Forces Flag Day is observed throughout the country to honor the martyrs and the men in uniform who valiantly fought on our borders to safeguard the country's honor. There cannot be a nobler cause than laying down ones life for the country.

WORLD SOIL DAY

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World Soil Day is observed on 5 December to raise awareness about the importance of soil, healthy ecosystems and human well-being.

INDIAN NAVY DAY

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Indian Navy Day is celebrated every year on December 4 to commemorate the attack on the Karachi harbour during the India-Pakistan war in 1971. On this day, the Indian Navy's attack on Karachi harbour contributed to the ultimate victory of the Indian Armed Forces over Pakistan.

WORLD DAY OF THE HANDICAPPED

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World Day of the Handicapped is also known as the International Day of People with Disability (IDPD). It is observed on 3 December to raise awareness about understanding and accepting people with disabilities. The theme for 2021 is “Leadership and participation of persons with disabilities toward an inclusive, accessible and sustainable post-COVID-19 world.”

NATIONAL POLLUTION CONTROL DAY

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National Pollution Control Day is celebrated on 2 December to raise awareness about pollution and its hazardous effects. This day is observed in the memory of the people who lost their lives in the Bhopal gas calamity and is considered as one of the biggest industrial disasters.

WORLD AIDS DAY

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World AIDS Day is observed on 1 December every year to raise awareness and knowledge about HIV and a call to move toward ending the HIV epidemic. It was first celebrated in 1988.

CONSTITUTION DAY OF INDIA

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Law day is also known as Constitution Day or Samvidhan Divas. It is observed on 26 November to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India. The Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India on 26 November, 1949 and it came into effect on 26 January, 1950.

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WORLD TELEVISION DAY

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According to the UN, this day highlights the major role that television plays in daily life by presenting different issues that affect people. UN General Assembly on 17 December, 1996 proclaimed 21 November as World Television Day.

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UNIVERSAL CHILDREN DAY

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Universal Children's Day is observed on 20 November annually to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children's welfare. It was established in 1954.

GURU NANAK JAYANTI

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Guru Nanak Jayanti or Guru Nanak Dev Ji Gurupurab is the festival where Sikhs celebrate the birth of their first guru — Guru Nanak. The literal meaning of the word Gurupurab is 'the day of Guru'. ... In most gurdwaras, a non-stop reading of the holy book of the Sikhs called Guru Granth Sahib is also done.

NATIONAL EPILEPSY DAY

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National Epilepsy Day is observed on 17 November to focus on the epilepsy disease, its symptoms, and prevention.

INTERNATIONAL DAY TOLERANCE

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International Day for Tolerance is observed on 16 November to raise awareness about strengthening tolerance by encouraging mutual understanding among cultures and peoples. The UN General Assembly in 1966 by resolution 51 95 invited the UN Member States to observe the International Day for Tolerance on 16 November.

CHILDREN'S DAY

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Children's Day is celebrated on 14 November in India and is also known as Bal Divas. This day increases awareness in people about the rights, care, and education of children. Children are the future of the country. This day commemorates the birth anniversary of the first Prime Minister of India, Jawaharlal Nehru.

WORLD KINDNESS DAY

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World Kindness Day is celebrated on 13 November and this day provides us an opportunity to reflect and follow the most important and one of the unique human principles. This day promotes small acts of kindness and brings people together.

WORLD PNEUMONIA DAY

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World Pneumonia Day is observed on 12 November to raise awareness about Pneumonia and its prevention. It is the world's leading infectious disease due to which children below 5 years are much more affected.

ARMISTICE DAY

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Armistice Day is observed on 11 November and is also known as Laemistice de la Premiere Guerre Mondiale in France. This day is observed in the commemoration of the end of World War I. Some countries also call it Remembrance Day.

LEGAL SERVICE DAY

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Legal Services Day is observed on 9 November in India to raise awareness among the people where Legal Literacy is lacking. On this day, in 1995, the Legal Services Authorities Act was enforced.

NATIONAL CANCER AWARENESS

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National Cancer Awareness Day is observed on 7 November to spread awareness about cancer and to make it a global health priority.

WORLD TSUNAMI AWARENESS DAY

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World Tsunami Awareness Day is observed on 5 November to highlight the dangers of tsunami and to focus on the importance of early warning systems to minimise the damage caused due to natural hazards.

DIWALI

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Diwali celebrates Rama's eventual defeat of the evil spirit Ravana, and his triumphant return to his home. The business community considers it an auspicious time to start new ventures, as the festival coincides with the Hindu New Year.

ALL SOUL'S DAY

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All Souls' Day is observed on 2nd November annually to honour the dead souls. In Roman Catholicism, this day commemorates all those souls who are faithfully departed and are believed to be in purgatory

WORLD VEGAN DAY

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World Vegan Day is celebrated on 1st November to raise awareness about the benefits of a vegan diet and veganism in general. On 1st November 1994, the first Vegan Day was established

RASHTRIYA EKTA DIWAS

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National Unity Day (Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is celebrated in India on 31 October. It was introduced by the Government of India in 2014. The day is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhai Patel.

INFANTRY DAY

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Infantry Day is observed as a remembrance of the first military event of independent India, when the Indian Army repelled the first attack on the Indian soil on October 27, 1947, in the Kashmir valley. The victory was accomplished by the personnel of the First Battalion of the Sikh Regiment

NATIONAL AYURVEDA DAY

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Ayurveda Day 2021: Ayurveda Day is observed every year on the day of Dhanwantri Jayanti. This year it falls on November 02, the aim of the day is to create a sense of awareness in today's generation and promote Ayurvedic principles of healing in society

UNITED NATIONS DAY

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United Nations Day is celebrated on October 24 every year. It marks the official establishment of the United Nations in 1945. On this day, the UN Charter was ratified by the majority of signatories, including the five permanent members of the Security Council, and this led to the official establishment of UN.

POLICE COMMEMORATION DAY

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Police Commemoration Day is about expressing gratitude to our police personnel and their families all across India. We pay tributes to all the police personnel martyred in the line of duty

NATIONAL SOLIDARITY DAY

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India observes National Solidarity Day on 20th October every year. This day is observed to honour the Armed Forces. On this day in 1962, China had attacked India and the war went on till 21 November 1962. In 1966, a committee constituting PM Indira Gandhi decided to dedicate 20th October as National Solidarity Day

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR HE ERADICATION OF POVERTY

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The observance of the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty can be traced back to 17 October 1987. On that day, over a hundred thousand people gathered at the Trocadéro in Paris, where the Universal Declaration of Human Rights was signed in 1948, to honour the victims of extreme poverty, violence and hunger

DUSSEHRA

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Dussehra or Vijayadashami is an important Hindu festival which signifies the victory of good over evil. This annual festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour by Hindus across the world on the tenth day of the Navratras, which falls on the tenth day of Ashwin or Kartik months as per the Hindu calendar

WORLD STANDARDS DAY

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World Standards Day or International Standards Day is observed globally on 14 October every year. The day aims to raise awareness about the importance of standardisation to the global economy among the consumers, regulators and industry

INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR DISASTER REDUCTION

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The International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction was started in 1989, after a call by the United Nations General Assembly for a day to promote a global culture of risk-awareness and disaster reduction. ... Sudden onset disasters displace millions of people every year

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE GIRL CHILD

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The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls' empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights. ... UNESCO is committed to celebrating this day to ensure that all girls have access to quality education and a dignified life

WORLD MENTAL HEALTH DAY

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World Mental Health Day is celebrated on 10th October every year. The day is marked for global mental health education and awareness. The day is also celebrated to advocate against social stigma associated with mental health issues.

WORLD POST DAY

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Background. The purpose of World Post Day is to create awareness of the role of the postal sector in people's and businesses' everyday lives and its contribution to the social and economic development of countries. ... Every year, more than 150 countries celebrate World Post Day in a variety of ways

AIR FORCE DAY

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India observes Indian Air Force Day every year on October 8 because, on this day, the Air Force in India was officially raised as the supporting force of the Royal Air Force of the United Kingdom in 1932. Every year, Indian Air Force Day is celebrated at Hindon Air Force Station, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh

WORLD COTTON DAY

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The annual celebration of World Cotton Day provides the opportunity to recognize the importance of cotton as a global commodity grown in over 75 countries across five continents and to highlight its central role in job creation and maintaining economic stability in several least-developed countries

WORLD TEACHERS DAY

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This day is observed to recognize the rights and responsibilities of teachers and to focus on appreciating, assessing and improving the educators of the world. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) declared 5 October to be World Teachers' Day in 1994

WORLD ANIMAL WELFARE DAY

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The mission of World Animal Day is "to raise the status of animals in order to improve welfare standards around the globe. Building the celebration of World Animal Day unites the animal welfare movement, mobilising it into a global force to make the world a better place for all animals

MAHATMA GANDHI JAYANTI

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Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on 2nd October every year to mark the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who was famously known as Mahatma Gandhi. Father of the Nation, as he was called, led India's freedom movement along with many other national leaders against the British rule in India

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE OLDER PERSON

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The holiday is celebrated by raising awareness about issues affecting the elderly, such as senescence and elder abuse. It is also a day to appreciate the contributions that older people make to society. The observance is a focus of ageing organizations and the United Nations Programme on Ageing

WORLD MARITIME DAY

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The first celebration took place in 1964 to spread awareness about intercontinental commerce and the economy. The day is celebrated every year to support the global economy, the most well-organized, safe and sound environmentally responsive way of transporting goods from one corner to another corner in this world

WORLD HEART DAY

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Created by the World Heart Federation, World Heart Day informs people around the globe that CVD, including heart disease and stroke, is the world's leading cause of death claiming 18.6 million lives each year, and highlights the actions that individuals can take to prevent and control CVD

WORLD TOURISM DAY

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World Tourism Day is celebrated each year on September 27 to spread awareness about the importance of tourism and its impact on our society. ... The date was chosen as it was on this day that the UNWTO adopted its Statutes. The Statutes are considered milestones in the global tourism space

WORLD PHARMACISTS DAY

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The World Pharmacists Day is celebrated by Pharmacists to promote their commitment to organise activities that promote and advocate for the role of the pharmacist in improving health in all parts of the world. ... Hence, we celebrate World Pharmacist Day on September 25

WORLD ROSE DAY

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World Rose Day is annually celebrated on September 22 in dedication to the welfare of cancer patients. On this day, people around the world work towards bringing cheer and hope into the lives of all those people who have been affected by cancer

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE

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The International Day of Peace was established in 1981 by the UN General Assembly (A RES 36 67) to commemorate and strengthen the ideals of peace both within and among all nations and peoples.

WORLD OZONE DAY

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World Ozone Day is observed on September 16 every year to spread awareness among people about the depletion of Ozone Layer and find possible solutions to preserve it. On this day, people from all over the world hold talks and seminars on the ozone layer

NATIONAL ENGINEER'S DAY

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Nation celebrates Engineer's Day on September 15 to commemorate the birth anniversary of the greatest Indian Engineer Bharat Ratna Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya. ... From 1912 to 1918, M. Visvesvaraya was appointed as the Diwan of Mysore. As a chief engineer, he constructed Mysore's famous Krishna Raja Sagara Dam

HINDI DIWAS

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Hindi Diwas or National Hindi Day is celebrated every year on September 14 to mark the adaptation of Hindi (written in Devanagari script) as the official language by the Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949. ... The aim of the conference was to promote Hindi language worldwide

GANESH CHATURTHI

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Ganesh Chaturthi is celebrated annually to mark the birth of Lord Ganesha, the God of new beginnings and a fresh start. ... Lord Ganesha is considered to be a symbol of wisdom, writing, travel, commerce and good fortune. He is also addressed as Gajanana, Ganesh, Gajadant that are among his 108 names

INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY

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The 8th of September was proclaimed International Literacy Day by UNESCO in 1966 to remind the international community of the importance of literacy for individuals, communities and societies, and the need for intensified efforts towards more literate societies

TEACHERS DAY

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Teachers' Day is celebrated to honour the memory of India's first Vice President and to commemorate the importance of teachers in our lives. A great scholar, philosopher and a Bharat Ratna recipient, Radhakrishnan was the first Vice President and second President of independent India.

WORLD COCONUT DAY

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World Coconut Day is observed on September 2 to commemorate the formation of Asian Pacific Coconut Community (APCC). The APCC is headquartered at Jakarta, Indonesia and all major coconut growing countries including India are members of APCC

JANMASHTAMI

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The Krishna Janmashtami festival marks the birth of Krishna, one of the most popular deities worshipped by Hindus. He is thought to have been born in 3228 BC. His birthday is celebrated eight days after Raksha Bandhan, a festival celebrating the bond between brothers and sisters

NATIONAL SPORTS DAY

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The National Sports Day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of hockey legend Dhyan Chand Singh. States like Haryana, Punjab and Karnataka, among others, organise various sporting events and seminars aimed at spreading awareness about the importance of physical activities and sports in life

RAKSHA BANDHAN

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This year, Raksha Bandhan falls on Sunday, August 22, 2021. Read on to know more about it. Raksha Bandhan, popularly known as Rakhi, is one of the most important festivals celebrated in India. This auspicious festival is dedicated to the pious bond between a brother and a sister

ONAM

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According to legends, the festival is celebrated to commemorate King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit Kerala at the time of Onam. It is a harvest festival, one of three major Hindu celebrations along with Vishu and Thiruvathira, and it is observed with numerous festivities

MUHARRAM

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Muharram is celebrated as the advent of the Islamic New Year by participating Muslims around the globe. It is regarded as a pious and important festival by the community. ... Muharram also marks the anniversary of the battle of Karbala, where the Islamic prophet Muhammad's grandson Imam Hussain Ibn Ali was killed

PARSI NEW YEAR

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Parsi New Year, also known as Navroz or Nowroz, is celebrated to mark the beginning of the Iranian calendar. In Persian, 'Nav' stands for new, and 'Roz' stands for the day, which literally translates to 'new day

INDEPENDENCE DAY

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Independence Day, also called Fourth of July or July 4th, in the United States, the annual celebration of nationhood. It commemorates the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress on July 4, 1776.

INTERNATIONAL LEFT HANDERS DAY

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International Left-Handers Day is held on 13 August all over the world to celebrate the uniqueness of lefties. ... Considering that left-handed person's life is full of obstacles, the day is celebrated to raise awareness of the advantages and disadvantages of being left-handed in a predominantly right-handed world

INTERNATIONAL YOUTH DAY

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This day is dedicated to the role young women and men play in bringing change in tackling global issues and achieving sustainable development. It also serves as an opportunity to raise awareness of challenges and problems facing the world's youth.

DAY OF WORLDS INDIGENOUS PEOPLE

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International Day of World's Indigenous People Day is celebrated on August 9j every year. The day is celebrated to spread awareness about the indigenous population around the world and to also protect their rights. ... The day marked the first meeting in 1982 of the UN Working Group on indigenous populations

NATIONAL HANDLOOM DAY

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The day is celebrated to honour the handloom community, and acknowledge their contribution towards India's socio-economic development. The aim is to resolve to protect this heritage and to empower the workers in this sector. This day is celebrated on August 7 as a way to commemorate the Swadeshi Movement

FRIENDSHIP DAY

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On the first Sunday in August, National Friendship Day encourages people across the country and world to connect with friends. Make a new friend or reconnect with an old one. Friendships come in many forms, and we begin developing them when we're very young. Throughout our lives, friendships and their meanings evolve.

WORLD RANGER DAY

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World Ranger Day is celebrated on 31 July to commemorate Rangers killed or injured in the line of duty and to celebrate the work Rangers do to protect the world's natural and cultural heritage. Climate change, poaching and armed conflict are some of the challenges facing World Heritage.

INTERNATIONAL TIGER DAY

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The International Tiger Day is celebrated on July 29 every year. This year marks the tenth International Tiger Day. The main aim behind this day is to promote a global system for protecting the natural habitats of tigers and to raise public awareness and support for tiger conservation issues.

WORLD HEPATITIS DAY

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World Hepatitis Day is commemorated each year on 28 July to enhance awareness of viral hepatitis, an inflammation of the liver that causes a range of health problems, including liver cancer.

KARGIL VIJAY DIWAS

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The Indian armed forces had defeated Pakistan on July 26, 1999. Since then, the day is celebrated as 'Kargil Vijay Diwas' to rekindle the pride and valour of the soldiers who took part in Operation Vijay. The day marks the victory of Indian soldiers in recapturing the mountain heights that were occupied by the Pakistani Army on July 26, 1999, known as the Kargil War.

INCOME TAX DAY

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On July 24, 1860, income tax was introduced in India by Sir James Wilson to compensate the British government for the losses incurred during the First War of Independence in 1857. ... July 24 has been celebrated as the Income Tax day in India since 2010.

NATIONAL BROADCASTING DAY

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Public Service Broadcasting Day being celebrated to mark Mahatma Gandhi's first visit to AIR. ... The day is celebrated every year to commemorate the first and last visit of the Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi to the studio of All India Radio, Delhi in 1947.

WORLD CHESS DAY

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On 12 December 2019, the General Assembly proclaimed 20 July as World Chess Day to mark the date of the establishment of the International Chess Federation (FIDE) in Paris in 1924. Under initiative of FIDE, July 20 has been observed as International Chess Day by chess players around the world since 1966

EXAMS

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UT-1 & PT-1 EXAMS ARE FOR THE CLASSES

NELSON MANDELA INTERNATIONAL DAY

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The United Nations observes 18 July every year as Nelson Mandela International Day. The day acknowledges Nelson Mandela's contribution to the struggle for democracy internationally and the promotion of a culture of peace throughout the world. Nelson Mandela Day is an occasion for all to take action and inspire change.

WORLD DAY FOR INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE

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World Day for International Justice is celebrated to highlight the importance of the International Criminal Court and the work it does to bring about justice for the victims. This day calls on all countries to join the fight against impunity, so that perpetrators of such crimes are punished, and to help prevent future occurrences of these crimes.

WORLD YOUTH SKILL DAY

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Designated by the General assembly in 2014, the World Youth Skills Day is an opportunity for young people, technical and vocational education and training (TVET) institutions, and public and private sector stakeholders to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of equipping young people with skills for employment, decent work and entrepreneurship.

WORLD MALALA DAY

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Malala Day is commemorated on July 12, the birthday of Malala Yousafzai, to honour women and children's rights around the world

WORLD POPULATION DAY

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World Population Day, which seeks to focus attention on the urgency and importance of population issues, was established by the then-Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme in 1989, an outgrowth of the interest generated by the Day of Five Billion, which was observed on 11 July 1987

TERM 1.ASSESSMENT -1

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TERM-1,ASSESSMENT -1, EXAMS FOR THE CLASS 1 - V

INTERNATIONAL PLASTIC BAG FREE DAY

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International Plastic Bag Free Day was created as a worldwide initiative for the purpose of getting rid of the single-use of plastic bags around the world. It is all about promoting environmental conservation by encouraging us all to stay away from the use of plastic bags and instead look for more eco-friendly alternatives.

WORLD SPORTS JOURNALISTS DAY

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Every year July 02 is celebrated as World Sports Journalists Day or International Sports Journalists Day. It is to acknowledge the sports journalists and also mark the anniversary of the International Sports Press Association (AIPS). The association was established in 1924 during the Summer Olympics in Paris.

NATIONAL DOCTOR'S DAY

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In India, the National Doctors' Day is celebrated on July 1 all across India to honour the legendary physician and the second Chief Minister of West Bengal, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy. He was born on July 1, 1882 and died on the same date in 1962, aged 80 years.

INTERNATIONAL ASTEROID DAY

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International Asteroid Day aims to raise public awareness about the asteroid impact hazard and to inform the public about the crisis communication actions to be taken at the global level in case of a credible near-Earth object threat.

WORLD DRUG DAY

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The International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, also known as 'World Drug Day', is celebrated annually on June 26. ... The day is dedicated to eradicating drug abuse and neutralise the systemic challenges which sustain the illegal drug issues.

INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC DAY

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Olympic Day was introduced in 1948 to commemorate the birth of the modern Olympic Games on 23 June 1894 at the Sorbonne in Paris. The goal was to promote participation in sport across the globe regardless of age, gender or athletic ability.

INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY

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A certain day for yoga was introduced to raise awareness worldwide about the importance and impact of yoga on the health of people. The term 'yoga' is derived from Sanskrit word “Yuja” which means to unite representing the unification of body and consciousness.

WORLD REFUGE DAY

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World Refugee Day, is an international day which is organized every year on the 20th of June by the United Nations, it is designed to celebrate and honour refugees from around the world. The day was first established on the 20th of June in 2001. The event aims to acknowledge and recognize the strength of the refugees who have fled the conflict and persecution of their country in the hopes to find sanctuary and live a better life

FATHERS DAY

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Father's Day is a day of honouring fatherhood and paternal bonds, as well as the influence of fathers in society.  In America, Father's Day was founded by Sonora Smart Dodd, and celebrated on the third Sunday of June for the first time in 1910 while it is celebrated by the Catholic countries of Europe on 19 March as Saint Joseph's Day since the Middle Ages

WORLD WIND DAY

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Global Wind Day is a worldwide event that occurs annually on 15 June. It is a day for discovering wind energy, its power and the possibilities it holds to reshape our energy systems, decarbonise our economies and boost jobs and growth.

WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAY

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Every year, on June 14, countries around the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day (WBDD). The event serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood transfusion. Within the first 48 hours of blood donation, the donor's body starts replenishing the lost red blood cells.

ANTI CHILD LABOR DAY

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The Significance of the World Day Against Child Labour is to pay attention to the problem of child labour and to find ways to eradicate it. The day is used to spread awareness about the harmful mental and physical problems faced by children forced into child labour, all over the world.

WORLD FOOD SAFETY DAY

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The World Food Safety Day is celebrated every year on June 7 to draw global attention to the health consequences of contaminated food and water. ... The absence of food safety may harm the health of consumers.

WORLD PEST DAY

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June 6 is World Pest Day, a multinational event established to raise awareness among the public, government and media about the work that pest management professionals (PMPs) do on a daily basis to ensure public health and safety.

WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY

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Every year, World Environment Day is observed on June 5. This day is celebrated to encourage awareness and environmental protection. According to United Nations, The celebration of this day provides us with an opportunity to broaden the basis for an enlightened opinion and responsible conduct by individuals, enterprises, and communities in preserving and enhancing the environment.

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF INNOCENT CHILDREN VICTIMS OF

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International Day of Innocent Children Victims of Aggression is observed globally on 4th June every year. This day affirms the UN's commitment to guard the rights of children. This day is to acknowledge the pain suffered by children throughout the planet who are the victims of physical, mental and emotional abuse.

WORLD BICYCLE DAY

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The United Nations General Assembly had on April 2018 declared June 3 as World Bicycle Day. ... The idea behind it is to recognise the longevity, uniqueness and versatility of the bicycle, and that it is an affordable, reliable, simple, clean and environmentally fit sustainable means of transport

MILK DAY

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The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) selected June 1st in 2001 as World Milk Day, which celebrates the contributions of the dairy sector to sustainability, economic development, livelihoods and nutrition.

WORLD MILK DAY

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The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) selected June 1st in 2001 as World Milk Day, which celebrates the contributions of the dairy sector to sustainability, economic development, livelihoods and nutrition.

MAHAVIR JAYANTI

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As per Jain texts and religious scripts, Lord Mahavira took birth on the 13th day of waxing moon on the Chaitra month (Hindu calendar) in Kundalagrama (now Kundalpur) in Bihar, a few kilometres from Patna. That time, Vaishali was considered to be the capital of the state. As per Swetambar Jains, Mahavira was born in 599 BC while the Digambar Jains consider 615 BC as his birth year. He was named as Vardhaman by his parents – King Siddhartha and Queen Trisala

NATIONAL PANCHAYATI RAJ

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In 1992 a major change in the Panchayat system of India came in the form of the passage of the Panchayati Raj Act (73rd Amendment). The act came into existence with effect from April 24, 1993. Since then, the National Panchayati Raj Day is celebrated on April 24 every year in India.

WORLD EARTH DAY

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Earth Day is recognised as the largest civic event in the world. ... Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year. The day aims to raise awareness among masses about climate change and global warming. The day inspires to act towards the protection of the environment and focus on the need for conservation.

RAM NAAVAMI

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Ram Navami is celebrated to commemorate Lord Ram's birthday, who is also known to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the part of Chaitra Navratri and falls on the ninth day of the Shukhla Paksha (bright half) in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra

WORLD LIVER DAY

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World Liver day is observed on 19 April every year. The day is observed to spread awareness about the liver-related disease. The liver is the second largest and the most complex organ in the body, with the exception of the brain. Liver diseases can be caused by hepatitis A, B, C, alcohol and drugs.

WORLD HERITAGE DAY

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World Heritage Day is observed every year on April 18 to preserve the human heritage and recognize the efforts of the organizations working for it. ... This day is celebrated to maintain the legacy and save the rich heritage which has been given to us by our ancestors

BAISAKHI

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Baisakhi is a spring harvest festival for Sikhs and Hindus. ... It marks the Sikh new year and commemorates the formation of Khalsa panth of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh in 1699. Vaisakhi is also an ancient festival of Hindus, marking the Solar New Year and also celebrating the spring harvest.

JALLIANWALA BAGH MASSACRE

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On 13th April, 1919 as the whole of Punjab was celebrating the festival, Baisakhi, a British office, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer ordered his troops to open fire on a non-violent and unarmed gathering that had collected there to celebrate Baisakhi at Jallianwala Bagh. In this incident, many people have been died and this day every year is observed as Jallianwal Bagh day to remember the people who paid for their lives.

NATIONAL SAFE MOTHERHOOD DAY

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National Safe Motherhood Day is an initiative of the White Ribbon Alliance. The government of India declared in 2003 the national safe motherhood day on April 11. It became the first country to do so. Every year a theme is decided by White Ribbon Alliance to raise awareness about adequate access to care during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal services.

WORLD HOMEOPATHY DAY

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The world homeopathy day is celebrated each year on April 10. This day is celebrated to honor the birth of the father of the Homeopathy system of medicines Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. Born in Paris, France, he was a German physician, who was an acclaimed scientist, a great scholar, and linguist. He discovered the way to heal through the use of homeopathy

WORLD HEALTH DAY

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The objective of the World Health Day is to raise global awareness of a specific health theme and to highlight a priority area of concern for the World Health Organisation (WHO).

NATIONAL MARITIME DAY

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The National Maritime Day is celebrated every year to illustrate the awareness in supporting intercontinental commerce and the global economy as the most well-organized, safe and sound, environmentally responsive approach of transporting goods from one corner to another corner of the world.

HAPPY EASTER

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In commemorating the Resurrection of Jesus, Easter also celebrates the defeat of death and the hope of salvation. Christian tradition holds that the sins of humanity were paid for by the death of Jesus and that his Resurrection represents the anticipation believers can have in their own resurrection

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GOOD FRIDAY

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Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary. It is observed during Holy Week as part of the Paschal Triduum on the Friday preceding Easter Sunday, and may coincide with the Jewish observance of Passove

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HOLI

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There is a symbolic legend to explain why Holi is celebrated as a festival of triumph of good over evil in the honour of Hindu god Vishnu and his devotee Prahlada. ... Finally, Holika, Prahlada's evil aunt, tricked him into sitting on a pyre with her

HOLIKA DAHAN

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The day is mainly celebrated in the memory of 'Prahlad' who depicts the victory of good over evil by defeating his aunt 'Holika'. Holika Dahan is a festival celebrated one day before the festival of colours, Holi. It is celebrated as a festival of victory of good over evil and a triumph of a true devotee

WORLD THEATRE DAY

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The goals of World Theatre Day, as with International Dance Day are: - To highlight the importance of art form around the world. - To make people aware of the importance of the value of art form. - To enable the dance and theatre communities to promote their work on a broad scale

GENERAL CIRCULAR

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DUE TO COVID -19 2ND WAVE THE CLASSES FOR LKG TO IX WILL BE CONDUCTING ONLINE

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WORLD METEOROLOGICAL DAY

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World Meteorological Day is celebrated every year on 23 March to commemorate the entry into force in 1950 of the convention that created the World Meteorological Organization. The day also highlights the contribution that National Meteorological and Hydrological Services make to the safety and well-being of society

WORLD WATER DAY

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World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. The theme of World Water Day 2021 is valuing water

WORLD FORESTRY DAY

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The Day celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of all types of forests. On each International Day of Forests, countries are encouraged to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities involving forests and trees, such as tree planting campaigns

INTERNATIONAL HAPPINESS DAY

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The International Day of Happiness was founded by Jayme Illien, CEO of the United Nations New World Order project in 2006. ... The UN in 2015 launched 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which seek to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect our planet. These are the three key aspects to lead well-being and happiness

WORLD SLEEP DAY

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The goal is to celebrate the benefits of good and healthy sleep and to draw society's attention to the burden of sleep problems and their medical, educational, and social aspects, and to promote the prevention and management of sleep disorders

ORDINANCE FACTORIES DAY

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Every year, 18 March is celebrated as the Ordnance Factory Day in India. OFB is the world's largest government-operated production organisation, and the oldest organisation in India. It has a total workforce of about 80,000

NATIONAL VACCINATION DAY

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On March 16th every year, India observes National Vaccination day, also known as Immunization day. It was on this day in 1995 that the first dose of Oral Polio vaccine was given in India. The initiative to eradicate polio from the country came in the form of the Pulse Polio Campaign launched by the government

WORLD CONSUMER RIGHTS DAY

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National Consumer Day is observed every year on December 24 to spread awareness to about consumer importance, their rights, and responsibilities. ... National Consumers Right Day highlights the importance of the consumer movement and the need to make every consumer more aware of their rights and responsibilities

MAHA SHIVARATRI

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Maha Shivaratri is a major festival in Hinduism annually observed in honour of Lord Shiva. This year, the festival of Maha Shivratri 2021 falls on Thursday, March 11. Maha Shivratri 2021: Maha Shivratri is one of the most significant Hindu festivals annually observed in honour of Lord Shiva

CISF RAISING DAY

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He will present the Police and Fire Service Medals for distinguished and meritorious services. The Prime Minister will lay wreath at the Martyr's Memorial. He will later address the CISF personnel. March CISF Raising Day 2021 Speech: The CISF Raising Day is celebrated on March 10th of every year

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY

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Celebrated on March 8 every year, International Women's Day is a day dedicated to honoring the achievements of women throughout history and all across the globe, and is typically a day for women from all different backgrounds and cultures to band together to fight for gender parity and women's rights.

NATIONAL SAFETY DAY

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National Safety Day is celebrated on 4 March to commemorate the foundation of the National Safety Council to raise awareness about the safety measures to prevent mishaps and accidents due to lack of awareness

EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY

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Feeling appreciated and recognized at work helps employees enjoy their work more while also increasing productivity. According to a SHRM study, 48% of employees reported that management's recognition of their job performance was very important to their job satisfaction

ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY

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Zero Discrimination Day is an annual day celebrated by the United Nations (UN) and other international organisations. The day aims to promote equality before the law and in practice throughout all of the member countries of the UN

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

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National Science Day is being celebrated on Friday It is celebrated every year to commemorate the discovery of the Raman Effect On this day Sir CV Raman had announced the discovery of the Raman Effect for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930

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WORLD NGO DAY

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World NGO Day is an important annual marking point for NGOs to celebrate their achievements as well as allowing small grassroots

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CENTRAL EXCISE DAY

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Central Excise Day is celebrated every year on February 24 across India to encourage the employees of excise department to carry out the central excise duty in a better way

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WORLD PEACE AND UNDERSTANDING DAY

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Theme Shaping Peace Together Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace through observing 24 hours of nonviolence and ceasefire

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WORLD SCOUT DAY

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World Scout Day is celebrated on 22nd February the birthday of Robert Baden Powell 1st Baron Baden Powell born in 1857 the founder of Scouting, and coincidentally also of his wife Olave Baden Powell

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INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY

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The theme for International Mother Language Day 2020 is Languages without borders The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO says that local and cross-border languages can promote peaceful dialogue and help to preserve indigenous heritage

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WORLD OF SOCIAL JUSTICE

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The United Nations (UN) World Day of Social Justice is annually observed on February 20 to encourage people to look at how social justice affects poverty eradication It also focuses on the goal of achieving full employment and support for social integration

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SHIVAJI JAYANTI

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Shivaji Bhonsale I was an Indian warrior king and a member of the Bhonsle Maratha clan The Government of Maharashtra lists 19 February as a holiday commemorating Shivajis birth Shivaji Jayanti Shivaji was named after a local deity

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VASANT PANCHAMI

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For many Hindus Vasant Panchami is the festival dedicated to goddess Saraswati who is their goddess of knowledge language music and all arts The season and festival also celebrate the agricultural fields ripening with yellow flowers of mustard crop which Hindus associate with Saraswatis favorite color

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WORLD CANCER DAY

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World Cancer Day is observed worldwide on February 4 The aim is to inform and encourage people on its prevention early detection, and treatment This initiative was taken by the Union for International Cancer Control to campaign and advocate for the targets of the World Cancer Declaration penned in 2008

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WORLDS BRAILLE DAY

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WORLD BRAILLE DAY, CELEBRATED SINCE 2019,IS OBSERVED TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE IMPORTANACE OF BRAILLE AS A MEANS OF COMMUNICATION IN THE FULL REALIZATION OF THE HUMAN RIGHTS FOR BLINDS AND PARTIALLY SIGHTED PEOPLE.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR

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WISHING YOU ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR

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NCS Vizag bagged C-in-C Rolling Trophy consecutively for the 4th year NCS Vizag bagged C-in-C Rolling Trophy consecutively for the 4th year

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Highlights

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PT-1 & UT-1 EXAMS FOR THE CLASSES VI TO XII

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TERM-1 ,ASSESSEMENT -1,EXAMS ARE FOR THE CLASS I TO V

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XII CLASS TOPPERS

Highlights of Class 12th CBSE Results 2021 (NSB) : 100 percent Pass, all first division, a total of 31 students got 90 percent and above marks in aggregate, Centum scores in Mathematics, and English subjects.

AYUSHMAN BHARAT DIWAS

Nation celebrates Ayushman Bharat Diwas on 30th April. The day aims to promote affordable medical facilities in remote areas of the country based on the Socio-Economic Caste Census database. It will also promote health and wellness and provide insurance benefits to the poor.

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MAHAVIR JAYANTI

As per Jain texts and religious scripts, Lord Mahavira took birth on the 13th day of waxing moon on the Chaitra month (Hindu calendar) in Kundalagrama (now Kundalpur) in Bihar, a few kilometres from Patna. That time, Vaishali was considered to be the capital of the state. As per Swetambar Jains, Mahavira was born in 599 BC while the Digambar Jains consider 615 BC as his birth year. He was named as Vardhaman by his parents – King Siddhartha and Queen Trisala

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NATIONAL PANCHAYATI RAJ

In 1992 a major change in the Panchayat system of India came in the form of the passage of the Panchayati Raj Act (73rd Amendment). The act came into existence with effect from April 24, 1993. Since then, the National Panchayati Raj Day is celebrated on April 24 every year in India.

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WORLD EARTH DAY

Earth Day is recognised as the largest civic event in the world. ... Earth Day is celebrated on April 22 every year. The day aims to raise awareness among masses about climate change and global warming. The day inspires to act towards the protection of the environment and focus on the need for conservation.

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RAM NAVAMI

Ram Navami is celebrated to commemorate Lord Ram's birthday, who is also known to be the seventh avatar of Lord Vishnu. It is the part of Chaitra Navratri and falls on the ninth day of the Shukhla Paksha (bright half) in the Hindu calendar month of Chaitra

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WORLD LIVER DAY

World Liver day is observed on 19 April every year. The day is observed to spread awareness about the liver-related disease. The liver is the second largest and the most complex organ in the body, with the exception of the brain. Liver diseases can be caused by hepatitis A, B, C, alcohol and drugs.

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WORLD HERITAGE DAY

World Heritage Day is observed every year on April 18 to preserve the human heritage and recognize the efforts of the organizations working for it. ... This day is celebrated to maintain the legacy and save the rich heritage which has been given to us by our ancestors

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BAISAKHI

Baisakhi is a spring harvest festival for Sikhs and Hindus. ... It marks the Sikh new year and commemorates the formation of Khalsa panth of warriors under Guru Gobind Singh in 1699. Vaisakhi is also an ancient festival of Hindus, marking the Solar New Year and also celebrating the spring harvest.

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JALLIANWALA BAGH MASSACRE

On 13th April, 1919 as the whole of Punjab was celebrating the festival, Baisakhi, a British office, Brigadier General Reginald Dyer ordered his troops to open fire on a non-violent and unarmed gathering that had collected there to celebrate Baisakhi at Jallianwala Bagh. In this incident, many people have been died and this day every year is observed as Jallianwal Bagh day to remember the people who paid for their lives.

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NATIONAL SAFE MOTHERHOOD DAY

National Safe Motherhood Day is an initiative of the White Ribbon Alliance. The government of India declared in 2003 the national safe motherhood day on April 11. It became the first country to do so. Every year a theme is decided by White Ribbon Alliance to raise awareness about adequate access to care during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal services.

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WORLD HOMEOPATHY DAY

The world homeopathy day is celebrated each year on April 10. This day is celebrated to honor the birth of the father of the Homeopathy system of medicines Dr. Samuel Hahnemann. Born in Paris, France, he was a German physician, who was an acclaimed scientist, a great scholar, and linguist. He discovered the way to heal through the use of homeopathy

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WORLD HEALTH DAY

The objective of the World Health Day is to raise global awareness of a specific health theme and to highlight a priority area of concern for the World Health Organisation (WHO).

NATIONAL MARITIME DAY

The National Maritime Day is celebrated every year to illustrate the awareness in supporting intercontinental commerce and the global economy as the most well-organized, safe and sound, environmentally responsive approach of transporting goods from one corner to another corner of the world.

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HAPPY EASTER

In commemorating the Resurrection of Jesus, Easter also celebrates the defeat of death and the hope of salvation

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GOOD FRIDAY

Good Friday is a Christian holiday commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus and his death at Calvary

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HAPPY HOLI

There is a symbolic legend to explain why Holi is celebrated as a festival of triumph of good over evil in the honour of Hindu god Vishnu and his devotee Prahlada. ... Finally, Holika, Prahlada's evil aunt, tricked him into sitting on a pyre with her

HOLIKA DAHAN

The day is mainly celebrated in the memory of 'Prahlad' who depicts the victory of good over evil by defeating his aunt 'Holika'. Holika Dahan is a festival celebrated one day before the festival of colours, Holi. It is celebrated as a festival of victory of good over evil and a triumph of a true devotee

GENERAL CIRCULAR

DUE TO COVID -19 2ND WAVE THE CLASSES FOR LKG TO IX WILL BE CONDUCTING ONLINE

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WORLD THEATRE DAY

The goals of World Theatre Day, as with International Dance Day are: - To highlight the importance of art form around the world. - To make people aware of the importance of the value of art form. - To enable the dance and theatre communities to promote their work on a broad scale

CENTRAL BOARD EXAMINATION SCHEDULE

BOARD EXAM FOR CLASS XII IS FROM 04 05 2021 TO 01 06 2021

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WORLD METEOROLOGICAL DAY

World Meteorological Day is celebrated every year on 23 March to commemorate the entry into force in 1950 of the convention that created the World Meteorological Organization. The day also highlights the contribution that National Meteorological and Hydrological Services make to the safety and well-being of society

WORLD WATER DAY

World Water Day celebrates water and raises awareness of the 2.2 billion people living without access to safe water. It is about taking action to tackle the global water crisis and achieving Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. The theme of World Water Day 2021 is valuing water

WORLD FORESTRY DAY

The Day celebrates and raises awareness of the importance of all types of forests. On each International Day of Forests, countries are encouraged to undertake local, national and international efforts to organize activities involving forests and trees, such as tree planting campaigns

INTERNATIONAL HAPPINESS DAY

The International Day of Happiness was founded by Jayme Illien, CEO of the United Nations New World Order project in 2006. ... The UN in 2015 launched 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which seek to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect our planet. These are the three key aspects to lead well-being and happiness

WORLD SLEEP DAY

The goal is to celebrate the benefits of good and healthy sleep and to draw society's attention to the burden of sleep problems and their medical, educational, and social aspects, and to promote the prevention and management of sleep disorders

ORDNANCE FACTORIES DAY

Every year, 18 March is celebrated as the Ordnance Factory Day in India. OFB is the world's largest government-operated production organisation, and the oldest organisation in India. It has a total workforce of about 80,000

NATIONAL VACCINATION DAY

On March 16th every year, India observes National Vaccination day, also known as Immunization day. It was on this day in 1995 that the first dose of Oral Polio vaccine was given in India. The initiative to eradicate polio from the country came in the form of the Pulse Polio Campaign launched by the government

WORLD CONSUMERS RIGHTS DAY

National Consumer Day is observed every year on December 24 to spread awareness to about consumer importance, their rights, and responsibilities. ... National Consumers Right Day highlights the importance of the consumer movement and the need to make every consumer more aware of their rights and responsibilitie

MAHA SHIVARATRI

Maha Shivaratri is a major festival in Hinduism annually observed in honour of Lord Shiva. This year, the festival of Maha Shivratri 2021 falls on Thursday, March 11. Maha Shivratri 2021: Maha Shivratri is one of the most significant Hindu festivals annually observed in honour of Lord Shiva

CISF RAISING DAY

He will present the Police and Fire Service Medals for distinguished and meritorious services. The Prime Minister will lay wreath at the Martyr's Memorial. He will later address the CISF personnel. March CISF Raising Day 2021 Speech: The CISF Raising Day is celebrated on March 10th of every year

INTERNATIONAL WOMEN DAY

Celebrated on March 8 every year, International Women's Day is a day dedicated to honoring the achievements of women throughout history and all across the globe, and is typically a day for women from all different backgrounds and cultures to band together to fight for gender parity and women's rights.

NATIONAL SAFETY DAY

National Safety Day is celebrated on 4 March to commemorate the foundation of the National Safety Council to raise awareness about the safety measures to prevent mishaps and accidents due to lack of awareness

EMPLOYEE APPRECIATION DAY

Feeling appreciated and recognized at work helps employees enjoy their work more while also increasing productivity. According to a SHRM study, 48% of employees reported that management's recognition of their job performance was very important to their job satisfaction

ZERO DISCRIMINATION DAY

Zero Discrimination Day is an annual day celebrated by the United Nations (UN) and other international organisations. The day aims to promote equality before the law and in practice throughout all of the member countries of the UN

NATIONAL SCIENCE DAY

National Science Day is being celebrated on Friday It is celebrated every year to commemorate the discovery of the Raman Effect On this day Sir CV Raman had announced the discovery of the Raman Effect for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930

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WORLD NGO DAY

World NGO Day is an important annual marking point for NGOs to celebrate their achievements as well as allowing small grassroots

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ONLINE REGISTRATION

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STARTING FROM 3RD MARCH

WORLD CENTRAL EXCISE DAY

Central Excise Day is celebrated every year on February 24 across India to encourage the employees of excise department to carry out the central excise duty in a better way

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WORLD PEACE UNDERSTANDING DAY

Theme Shaping Peace Together Each year the International Day of Peace is observed around the world on 21 September The UN General Assembly has declared this as a day devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace through observing 24 hours of nonviolence and ceasefire

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WORLD SCOUT DAY

World Scout Day is celebrated on 22nd February the birthday of Robert Baden Powell 1st Baron Baden Powell born in 1857 the founder of Scouting, and coincidentally also of his wife Olave Baden Powell

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INTERNATIONAL MOTHER LANGUAGE DAY

The theme for International Mother Language Day 2020 is Languages without borders The United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO says that local and cross-border languages can promote peaceful dialogue and help to preserve indigenous heritage

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WORLD SOCIAL JUSTICE DAY

The United Nations (UN) World Day of Social Justice is annually observed on February 20 to encourage people to look at how social justice affects poverty eradication It also focuses on the goal of achieving full employment and support for social integration

MOCK EXAM

FOR THE CLASSES VI TO VIII MOCK EXAM IS STARTING FROM THE 19 02 2021 TO 22 02 2021

TERM-2 ASSESSMENT -4 EXAM

TERM -2 ASSESSMENT -4 EXAMS ARE STARTING FROM 19 02 2021 TO 12 03 2021 FOR THE CLASSES I -V

SHIVAJI JAYANTI

Shivaji Bhonsale I was an Indian warrior king and a member of the Bhonsle Maratha clan The Government of Maharashtra lists 19 February as a holiday commemorating Shivajis birth Shivaji Jayanti Shivaji was named after a local deity

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VASANT PANCHAMI

For many Hindus Vasant Panchami is the festival dedicated to goddess Saraswati who is their goddess of knowledge language music and all arts The season and festival also celebrate the agricultural fields ripening with yellow flowers of mustard crop which Hindus associate with Saraswatis favorite color

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INTERNATIONAL CHILDHOOD CANCER DAY

15th of February is International Childhood Cancer Day ICCD ICCD is a global collaborative campaign to raise awareness about childhood cancer and to express support for children and adolescents with cancer the survivors and their families

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MOCK EXAM

FOR THE CLASSES IX AND XI MOCK EXAM ARE FROM 08 02 2021 TO 22 02 2021

WORLD CANCER DAY

World Cancer Day is observed worldwide on February 4 The aim is to inform and encourage people on its prevention early detection, and treatment This initiative was taken by the Union for International Cancer Control to campaign and advocate for the targets of the World Cancer Declaration penned in 2008

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WORLD WETLANDS DAY

2 February each year is World Wetlands Day to raise global awareness about the vital role of wetlands for people and our planet This day also marks the date of the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands on 2 February 1971 in the Iranian city of Ramsar on the shores of the Caspian Sea

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NATIONAL GIRL CHILD

The National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India every year on January 24 It was started by the Ministry of Women and Child Development and the Government of India in 2008 with the purpose to spread awareness among people about all the inequalities girls face in the Indian society

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Results Congrats MSG 2020

Congratulations to all the students of class X for an outstanding performance in CBSE Board Examination 2020.

HAPPY NEW YEAR

WISHING YOU A PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR -NCS 104

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