• 23 Jun, 2024

National and International Days

World Athletics Day

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.

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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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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World Press Freedom Day

By commemorating International Press Freedom Day, journalists and proponents of democracy help to protect the rights to free speech, information access, and media independence, all of which are constantly under threat globally. On this day, we also remember the journalists who lost their lives while doing their jobs.

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World Tuna Day

International Tuna Day is marked on May 2 to raise awareness of tuna fish and its value to people and the environment. The day also raises awareness of the value of sustainable fishing methods and informs people worldwide about how the great demand for tuna flesh has led to the species' decline.

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World Asthma Day

Every year on the first Tuesday in May, the globe celebrates World Asthma Day to raise awareness of and concern about asthma. It falls on May 2nd of this year. The Global Initiative for Asthma hosts a yearly occasion. Addressing Gaps in Asthma Care is the focus of the subject this year.

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World Laughter Day

Everyone agrees that laughing is healthy, yet few are aware of the powerful effects these basic techniques may have on our day-to-day well-being. Laughing has the power to dissolve all problems and bring about healing. That is the purpose of World Laughing Day!

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