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World Osteoporosis Day, Must Know Facts

World Osteoporosis Day, Must Know Facts Awareness is the key factor that can lead to a better quality of life for individuals and improve the lives of many as a society. Women’s health is a topic that has not been discussed much in society and ironically amongst women themselves as well. While working professionals including men and women ignore their health at various aspects of their lives. Most people prioritize the needs of their family over their own. World Osteoporosis Day is an initiative to ensure awareness in women…

5 Best Corporate Diwali Gifts

5 Best Corporate Diwali Gifts Pulkit Sharma || The CEO Magazine Diwali is known to most auspicious festival in India therefore, on this day families and friends exchanges gifts with each other to show respect and love. During this festive season, big companies give gifts to their employees and important clients in order to make them feel special and taken care of. It is important to give useful gifts to your employees which they can appreciate as well. So, here is a list of best corporate Diwali gifts which you should give…

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

International Day for the Eradication of Poverty Poverty is like a big curse on our society and it is important for us to get rid of it. In order to raise awareness to end global poverty, we celebrate world poverty day on 17th October every year. Formal name given by the officials for this day is International Day for the Eradication of Poverty. This day aims to provide a great opportunity for the people living below the poverty line to talk about their struggles by giving them an audience who can hear and help them.…

Death Anniversary of the Iron Lady of India

Death Anniversary of the Iron Lady of India Indira Gandhi was known to be the fiercest leader in Indian political history. She was also the longest-serving PM of India from 1966 to 1977 and then from 1980 to 1984 until she was assassinated. She was not only the first female PM of India but she is the only female PM of India till now. There have been many historic incidents under the leadership of Indira Gandhi which most of us don’t know, so here are some major events happen in the life of Indira Gandhi which should be…

Rural Women Day 2019, Climate Resilience

Rural Women Day 2019, Climate Resilience Be it agriculture or households, rural women have been a crucial part in ensuring the sustainability of rural households and communities. They have been increasingly recognised for improving rural livelihoods and overall wellbeing. The rural women account for a substantial proportion of the agricultural labour force, including informal work, and perform the bulk of unpaid care and domestic work with families and households in rural areas. An international day, known as…

WORLD POLIO DAY 2019- A FIGHT TO END POLIO

WORLD POLIO DAY 2019- A FIGHT TO END POLIO Every year, 24th October is celebrated as a World Polio Day to spread awareness towards the eradication of polio. It was initiated by Rotary International to remember the birth of Jonas Salk, who directed the first team to create a vaccine against poliomyelitis. Polio is caused by a virus, which affect the nervous system. This virus is mainly grown by person-to-person contact, fecal-oral route drinking water or other drinks or eating raw or undercooked food that is infected with…

World Students’ Day, Celebrate Kalam’s Vision

World Students’ Day, Celebrate Kalam’s Vision The former Indian President that was not only famous for his contribution to the country but also his affection for the youth of the country, Dr APJ Abdul Kalam revolutionised the image of India on various platforms globally. Being a teacher to thousands during his lifetime, Kalam’s birthday is celebrated all across the world as the World Students' Day. On the 79th Birthday of Dr Kalam, the United Nations declared the date October 15 as the “World Students’ Day” as the man…

Inspiring Story of Amitabh Bachchan

Inspiring Story of Amitabh Bachchan Before a young, tall and skinny man became the superstar of the millennium, Amitabh Bachchan went through a lot of challenges physically as well as financially which can break anyone into pieces. Story of Amitabh Bachchan from no-one to the biggest hero of Bollywood is very inspiring for not only to those who want to try their luck in movies but to everyone who is struggling and want to achieve something great in life. On the 77th birthday of Amitabh Bachchan, we present you his inspiring…

World Migratory Bird Day- Protect Birds and Be the Solution

World Migratory Bird Day- Protect Birds and Be the Solution Initiated in 2006, World Migratory Bird Day is a yearly awareness-increasing campaign to show the necessity for the protection of migratory birds and their environments. The ultimate goal of this day is to reach out to a broader audience and expand its message for bird conservation. The day boosts global awareness about the problems suffered by migratory birds, their ecological significance, and the call for international cooperation to conserve them. Background…

International Day of the Girl Child 2019

International Day of the Girl Child 2019 An international day is celebrated focusing on educating the public on the issues of concern and ensuring action for the same. Gender inequality as an issue has persisted in many countries including the developed ones. While women in one part of the world demand the same pay scale and other rightful demands, in some parts of the same world, certain girls aren’t privileged to study and shape into a woman with her distinct voice. Hence, to ensure gender equality, International Day of…

World Food Day – 16th October 2019 OUR ACTIONS ARE OUR FUTURE.

World Food Day – 16th October 2019 OUR ACTIONS ARE OUR FUTURE. Every year, 16th October 2019 marks as the World Food Day. Food, that is a fundamental human right, has been a hot topic for years, while it is being wasted in so many parts of the world; people in other parts of the world are dying of malnutrition and hunger. It is a 'day of action' dedicated to tackling global hunger where various individuals and organizations come together and events are organized in over 150 countries across the world. A celebration to…

Importance of World Animal Welfare Day

Importance of World Animal Welfare Day As the name says, world animal day refers to a day dedicated to the animal kingdom. Every year on 4th October is celebrated as world animal welfare day; it is done to celebrate the relation between humans and animals. We all know that animals are an important part of our ecosystem, they not only give support and improve our lives but they also teach human the true meaning of friendship. Therefore, this day allows us to celebrate their existence. This day is celebrated around the…

History and Significance of Indian Air force Day

History and Significance of Indian Air force Day Why we celebrate Air force Day. Indian Air force was established by the British government on 8th October 1932. It was called as a backup force by the British government as they were there to help the ground army. Indian air force was awarded the tag ‘Royal’ after they made heroic efforts during World War 2. This tag was kept even after India got its independence in 1947 from the United Kingdom. But after three years in 1950 as India got their constitution and became a…

Remembering ‘Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar’ on his 199th Birth Anniversary

Remembering ‘Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar’ on his 199th Birth Anniversary Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was a great social worker and a scholar in Sanskrit who challenged the social trends of his time. Some of his great contribution to the society is banning child marriage, education rights for women and widow remarriage laws. The 19th-century educationalist and social reformer has much more significance in the 21st century. In this era when we are facing all kind of social injustice at every level, his battle against odds is…

Revolutionary Movements led by ‘Gandhi’

Revolutionary Movements led by ‘Gandhi’ It is not obvious that if a person who is born in a royal family or has a lot of information in his mind is a great person. A great man is made by his great thoughts. A great human wants to work in favor of society and bring a positive change for a better future. Mahatma Gandhi also knows as the father of our nation was also a simple man like us but has great thinking. He was the man who brings the whole country together to walk against British rule. Because of his great thinking,…

GOVERNMENT TO HONOR LATA MANGESHKAR WITH ‘DAUGHTER OF THE NATION’ TITLE ON HER BIRTHDAY

GOVERNMENT TO HONOR LATA MANGESHKAR WITH 'DAUGHTER OF THE NATION' TITLE ON HER BIRTHDAY Recently, the government has announced to honour ‘Nightingale of Bollywood’, Lata Mangeshkar with the 'Daughter of the Nation’ title on her birthday, September 28. The title will be as a tribute to her contribution to Indian film music over seven decades. For this special occasion, Poet-lyricist Prasoon Joshi has written a special song. According to the news, Modiji is a very big fan of Lataji's voice. The Melody queen represents the…

India to Host ‘World Tourism Day 2019’: Theme, History and Celebration

India to Host ‘World Tourism Day 2019’: Theme, History and Celebration All travellers out there; mark your calendar!  World Tourism Day is here. Get ready to celebrate this special day, as India is going to host World Tourism Day this year. World Tourism Day is celebrated every year with a unique theme for making people aware across the world. World Tourism Day: A Brief Overview The World Tourism Day is celebrated since 1980, on the 27the September. The idea was taken in 1979 during the 3rd Session of UNWTO General…

10 Interesting Facts about the Hindi Language, You should Know

10 Interesting Facts about the Hindi Language, You should Know 14th September is celebrated as Hindi Day in India. It is an important day for India because, on this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly adopted Hindi as the official language of the country. After this decision, from 1953 on September 14, India celebrated as Hindi Day. Many schools, colleges, and offices organize different programs on this day. There are some amazing facts related to the Hindi language that many people are not aware of. On this special…

Why Red Fort is the Prime Location for Independence Day Each Year?

Why Red Fort is the Prime Location for Independence Day Each Year? Each year, thousands of Indians celebrate Independence Day on 15th August. This year, India celebrates 73 years of being free from the British raj (rule). India was ruled by the British for more than 200 years. During these years, India was ruled by different Mughal rulers who were the successors of Babur. The history of Red fort also began with the 5th Mughal ruler Shah Jahan. He ruled India from 1592 to 1666. The ruler commenced the making of the fort…
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