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World Hepatitis Day Information For Students

World Hepatitis Day For Information For Students

World Hepatitis Day (WHD – 28th July) Hepatitis is a most serious health disorder of an important body organ called liver. Without liver or liver with any chronic disease, one cannot imagine his / her healthy life. So, it is very necessary to eradicate the problems of liver and other body organs to live healthy live as well as making …

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Rajiv Gandhi Death Anniversary Information

Rajiv Gandhi - Biography

Rajiv Ratna Gandhi (20 August 1944 – 21 May 1991) was the sixth Prime Minister of India, served India from 1984 to 1989. He assumed office after the assassination of his mother, Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on 31st October, 1984, the very same day to become the youngest Prime minister of India. Life of Rajiv Gandhi Rajiv Gandhi was from …

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May Day Information, Description And History

May Day Information, Description And History

May Day celebrates the coming of spring. In most of the United Kingdom, this is an official public holiday. May Day is celebrated on May 1 in the United States. In the United Kingdom (Britain and Ireland) it is celebrated on the first Monday in May. May Day Description Warmth and fertility, green grass, blooming trees and a profusion of flowers …

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Beating Retreat Information For Students

Beating Retreat

After three days of Republic Day parade, a moving ceremony known as “Beating Retreat” is held at the Vijay Chowk in New Delhi. This ceremony revives an ancient war custom according to which troops used to stop fighting at sunset. Bugles announcing the sunset would sound in the battlefield. As soon as soldiers heard these bugles they would stand still …

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राष्ट्रीय एकता दिवस पर जानकारी विद्यार्थियों के लिए

राष्ट्रीय एकता दिवस पर जानकारी विद्यार्थियों के लिए

राष्ट्रीय एकता दिवस पर जानकारी विद्यार्थियों और बच्चों के लिए राष्ट्रीय एकीकरण विभिन्न जातियों, संस्कृतियों, धर्मों और क्षेत्रों से रहने के बाद भी एक मजबूत और विकसित राष्ट्र के निर्माण के लिये देश के लोगों के बीच आम पहचान की भावना को दर्शाता है। यह विविधता में एकता और महान स्तर करने के लिए लोगों के बीच एकता की भावना …

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National Cooperative Week Info For Students

National Cooperative Week - 14 to 20 November

National cooperative week is celebrated every year all over the India from 14 to 20 November. This year the national cooperative week would be celebrated all over the India from 14 of November to the 20 of November. Currently, it has become the largest cooperative movement in the world as national cooperative week has been joined by the 6 lakhs cooperative societies. As it …

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बच्चों को समर्पित है बाल दिवस

Children's Day is dedicated to Children बच्चों को समर्पित है बाल दिवस

भारत में बाल दिवस देश के प्रथम प्रधानमंत्री जवाहरलाल नेहरू के जन्मदिन यानी 14 नवम्बर को मनाया जाता है। पं. नेहरू महान स्वतंत्रता सेनानी थे जिनका जन्म 14 नवम्बर, 1889 को इलाहबाद में हुआ था। 15 अगस्त, 1947 को जब भारत स्वतंत्र हुआ तो नेहरू जी भारत के प्रथम प्रधानमंत्री बने। उन्होंने देश को उन्नतिशील बनाया। उन्हें बच्चों से गहरा …

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National Education Day Information For Students

National Education Day Information For Students

National Education Day is an annual observance in India to commemorate the birth anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the first education minister of independent India, who served from 15 August 1947 until 2 February 1958. National Education Day of India is celebrated on 11 November every year. The Ministry of Human Resource Development, had on 11 September 2008 announced, …

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Jaiprakash Narain Death Anniversary: October 8

Jaiprakash Narain

Jaiprakash Narain was a freedom fighter and a political leader and is known for his pivotal role in the Quit India Movement of 1942. Known by his allies as JP, Jaiprakash also spearheaded the opposition to Indira Gandhi during the 1970s. Jaiprakash Narain: Family Background Jaiprakash Narain also known as Jai Prakash, JP Narayan or Lok Nayak was born on …

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