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Mothers Day Information For Students

Mother's Day

Mothers Day became a legal public holiday in USA in 1914, largely as the result of the efforts of Miss Anna Jarvis, of Philadelphia, USA. On May 8 of that year President Wilson approved a joint resolution of Congress providing that “the second Sunday in May shall hereafter be designated and known as Mothers Day”. Mothers Day 2021 in India 2021: …

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Labour Day Information For Students, Children

Labour Day

Labour Day / May Day, the first day of the month of May is celebrated all over India as a spring fertility festival to honour goddess spring. The day also commemorates the “International Worker’s Day” which has a historic significance. It is also a day of political protests. May Day is otherwise observed as a saint’s feast day or a …

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World Book Day Information For Students

World Book Day

World Book Day is organized by UNESCO every year to offer a literal feast for ardent book lovers across the world. The official date set for celebrations is April 23 on which authors, readers, critics, publishers and editors congregate at a single place to make the event a grand success. Alternatively referred to as Copyright Day and International Book Day, …

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World Earth Day Information For Students

Earth Day

World Earth Day is the largest, most widely celebrated international environmental event. Earth Day helps celebrate Earth’s unique place in the universe. It is the only planet in our solar system teeming with incredible biodiversity. Learning about and protecting this biodiversity is what Earth Day is all about. People all over the world celebrate our efforts to protect plants and …

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World Heritage Day: International Day for Monuments and Sites

World Heritage Day - 18 April

Ancient monuments and buildings in the countries make them stand tall on world map. These are an asset to value for. World Heritage Day is a collective effort of the communities in the world to do the needful for these invaluable assets. The day takes an opportunity to hoist awareness about the assortment of cultural legacy and the efforts that …

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World Haemophilia Day Information for Students

World Haemophilia Day - 17 April

April 17 is celebrated as World Haemophilia Day across the globe by Haemophilia organizations. Celebration of this day is a broad step to increase awareness among the people around the world about the hereditary genetic disorder called Haemophilia. World Haemophilia Day – 17 April The World Federation of Haemophilia (WFH) decided to observe 17 April as World Haemophilia Day in …

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World Autism Awareness Day Information

World Autism Awareness Day Information

World Autism Awareness Day is observed annually on 2nd April to persuade member states to take measure for raising awareness of people about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a rare neurological disorder appearing mainly in infants. United Nations General Assembly passed the Resolution number 62/139 on 1st November 2007, for declaring 2nd April as the “World Autism Awareness Day“, which was …

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World TB Day Information For Students

World TB Day - 24 March, Celebration, History, Theme

World TB Day is celebrated every year by the people all across the world at international level on 24th March. It is celebrated to raise the common public awareness about the epidemic disease of tuberculosis as well as get their efforts in order to totally eradicate this disease. As around 1.7 million of the people are dying of this disease every …

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World Meteorological Day Information

World Meteorological Day - 23 March, Information, History, Themes

World meteorological day is celebrated all across the world by the member states meteorological organizations every year on 23rd March. It is an annual event being commemorated yearly by the almost 191 meteorological organization members worldwide as well as the worldwide meteorological communities using a particular chosen theme of the year in order to commemorate the establishment of the World …

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