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World Peace Day or International Day of Peace is marked yearly on 21st September. It is dedicated to encouraging the ideals of harmony, both inside and between all countries and peoples.
World Patient Safety Day: Each year, millions undergo injuries or lose their lives owing to unstable or lower quality healthcare. As per WHO (World Health Organization), up to 4 of 10 victims are harmed in basic and ambulatory care…
World Bamboo Day: Also Known as green gold, bamboo is everywhere as it manages agricultural and city landscapes. From artifacts to sustainable construction, bamboo remains a preference as it's quick to develop, cheap maintenance, and…
We celebrate World Suicide Prevention Day every year on Sep 10th. It's an increasing problem, and the figures show a frightful story. As stated by WHO (World Health Organization), every 40 seconds, someone commits suicide.
India celebrates the National Sports Day on 29th August to commemorate the birth ceremony of the country's hockey star Major Dhyan Chand. He was born on 29th August 1905 in Prayagraj, previously Allahabad (Utter Pradesh).
Sadbhavana Diwas or Harmony Day is celebrated on 20th August each year to honor the birth anniversary of late PM Rajiv Gandhi. Praises are flowing from everywhere on his birth anniversary. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stated he is pleased…
Annually on August 10, World Biofuel Day is celebrated to build awareness regarding fossil fuels as an alternative to conventional fossil fuels and show the multiple efforts performed by the government in the biofuel sector.
On 8th August 1942, the movement started, since then, 8th August is observed as Quit India Movement, Bharat Chodo Andolan or August Kranti Day/Diwas every year.
World Sanskrit Day or Sanskrit Diwas is also identified as Viswa Samskrita Dinam. It is marked on Shraavana Poornima,