• 19 Jul, 2024

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National Anti-Terrorism Day

National Anti-Terrorism Day

On May 21, India celebrates Anti-Terrorism Day. The LTTE terrorists killed Rajiv Gandhi, the seventh Prime Minister of India, on this day in 1991 at Sriperumbudur, Tamil Nadu, when he was campaigning for the Congress party. The purpose of the holiday is to promote harmony and peace.

World No-Tobacco Day

This annual event educates the public about the risks of tobacco use, the business practices of tobacco companies, what the WHO is doing to combat the tobacco epidemic, and what people all over the world can do to assert their right to health and a healthy lifestyle as well as to protect future generations.

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International Museum Day

International Museum Day (IMD) is a global celebration organized by the International Council of Museums that takes place every year on or around May 18. (ICOM). Every year, the event focuses on a distinct subject that shifts to represent a current global issue or theme confronting museums.

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World Telecommunication Day

International Telecommunications Day honors the ongoing development of communication, one of the most significant aspects of our daily life. The major objective of World Telecommunications Day (WTD) is to emphasize the value of communication and the global nature of information flow.

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World Athletics Day

The International Amateur Athletic Federation created May 7 as World Athletics Day (IAAF). People may preserve their health and prevent sickness by participating in sports and exercise. International Athletics Day promotes the use of physical activities, particularly athletics, to maintain good health.

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National Technology Day

National Technology Day was first observed in India on May 11, 1999, to recognize those who work in the technology sector and to commemorate their accomplishments. Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was the president at the time, attended the inaugural National Technology Day, which was held by the Council for Technological Development.

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Mother’s Day

Mother's Day in the US will fall on Sunday, May 14, 2023. Anna Jarvis came up with the idea for Mother's Day in the United States in 1908, and it was recognized as a national holiday in the country in 1914. In the future, Jarvis would criticize the holiday's commercialization and spend the last years of her life seeking to get it banned.

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Buddha Purnima

Buddhist sects throughout the world celebrate this auspicious day with great fervor as it commemorates the birth, enlightenment, and demise of Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. The event takes place on Purnima, the first full moon day of Vaisakha, a month in Hinduism that corresponds to April or May in the Gregorian calendar.

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Coal Miner's Day

One of the most significant major fossil fuels, coal is rich in carbon and helps produce steel, cement, and electricity. Coal Miners Day honours all coal miners for their difficult work in supplying us with one of the planet's most valuable commodities.

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