International Anti-Corruption Day: As per nowadays scenario, it is necessary to raise awareness about corruption and measures that can be taken to fight it. Therefore, International Anti-Corruption Day is observed every year on 9 December globally.
All three branches of Armed Forces namely the Indian Army, the Indian Air Force and the Indian Navy on Armed Forces Flag Day organise various types of programmes to pay respect and tribute to the efforts of the soldiers in safeguarding the country's honour. Let us have a look at Armed Forces Flag Day.
Battles of Panipat have its history and Importance in India. Do you know how many battles of Panipat were fought and in between whom? What is the reason behind the battles and its consequences? Let us find out!
Sri Aurobindo was one of the first Indians educated in England. He was a poet, thinker, freedom fighter, yogi and spiritual leader. He was born on 15 August 1872 in Kolkata, West Bengal. Let us read about Sri Aurobindo's early life, family, achievements, education, and works, etc.
Do you know in every 5 seconds around one soccer field of soil is eroded. It is an alarming state and so to increase awareness regarding the importance of soil World Soil Day is celebrated on 5 December annually. Let us read more about World Soil Day, its 2019 theme and some facts.
Do you know about Bhopal Gas Tragedy? What happened on that day, what are the aftermath of Bhopal Gas Tragedy? How people and the environment get affected? How leakage of the gas took place? Let us find out!
International Day of the People with Disabilities (IDPwD) is also known as World Disabled Day. It is observed on 3 December every year to raise awareness and develop an understanding to accept people with disabilities by the United Nations. Let us read more about International Day of the People with Disabilities.
The International Day for the Abolition of Slavery is observed on 2 December every year to highlight the importance of eradicating contemporary forms of slavery including trafficking in persons, sexual exploitation, child labour, forced marriage, etc. Let us read more about International Day for the Abolition of Slavery.
National Pollution Control Day is observed on 2 December to raise awareness about the problem caused by increasing pollution. No doubt. pollution is a major problem facing the whole world these days. It is necessary to take some measures and combat it. Let us read about National Pollution Control Day, why is it celebrated on 2 December and what are the measures taken by the Government to reduce pollution.
We all know that AIDS is a disease whose cure has not yet been discovered. It damages the cells of the human system. Therefore, World AIDS Day is observed every year on 1 December to raise awareness, educate and develop understanding of HIV as a global public health problem. Have you ever thought about the origin of AIDS? First time when and where it emerged? Let us find out!
World COPD Day is observed on the third Wednesday of November annually. This year in 2019, it falls on 20 November. The full form of COPD is Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Do you know in the UK, COPD affects around 1.2 million people? Let us read more about World COPD Day, the theme of 2019 and some facts related to COPD.
International Day for Tolerance is observed on 16 November annually to raise awareness about the importance of tolerance in society and to make people understand the negative effects of intolerance in our lives. Let us have a look in detail about the International Day for Tolerance.
Jharkhand was founded by the Bihar Reorganisation Act on 15 November 2000 as the 28th State of India. 15 November is also observed as the birth anniversary of the legendary Bhagwan Birsa Munda. Let us have a look at a brief history, agriculture, economy, population, etc. of the Jharkhand state.