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Beginning:

In 2021, for the first time since independence, the Union Budget goes paperless. It means no budget Briefcase or bahikhata this year.

The tradition of carrying the Budget papers in a briefcase was handed over to us by the British. India’s Budget briefcase was a copy of the ‘Gladstone box’ that is used in the British budget.

In British one budget briefcase is passed on one from a finance minister to another, whereas in India different FMs used to carry different briefcase or bags.

The original glad stone bag had become so shabby that it was Officially retired from British…


World NGO Day 2021
World NGO Day 2021

First of all, as we all aware that, what NGO stands for? I.e. Non-Government Organisation or also referred to as a non-profit organisation.

World NGO Day is observed/celebrated every year on 27th February.

This aims to inspire the public to come up more actively connected within NGOs sectors and growth of interdependent among NGOs & public.

The worldwide concept of this day is observed, memorialise & collaborate every NGOs all around the globe and the public involved in it which all have a great contribution to our society.

History

Marcis Liors Skadmanis established the February 27th World Non-Government Organisation Day. On…


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The national awareness day is observed on 23rd December every year in our country. Mainly it is celebrated to the aware public to make them known about the importance of farmers.

They help in developing nation socially and economically through their effective contributions. This day is also known as Kisan Divas or Farmers Day.

History:

Farmers day of India is first celebrated in the year 2001 after the government has declared to celebrate.

You know fifth India’s prime minister Choudhury Charan Singh, this day is established to give him a tribute as he had done so many for the sake…


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National Pollution Control Day is observed on 2nd December every year in India.

If you ask me why 2nd December? Then in answer; it is just because to remind people about the Bhopal Gas Tragedy of 2nd December 1984 and to honour the people affected and died in that worst calamity.

This tragic accident was the biggest pollution disaster (industrial) in the history of the Global. Add on this you may guess that the day itself says pollution control.

So yes, it is established for the purpose of controlling all types of pollution and proper management of it.

History:

As…


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National Cancer Awareness Day is otherwise known as Cancer Eradication Day which is observed on the 7th of November every year in India.

The day itself says that Cancer Awareness, so it is the celebration of awareness throughout our country to stop cancer providing the appropriate knowledge to the people about it.

This day also coincides with the birthday anniversary of the famous scientist Madame Curie.

History:

In India, the National Cancer Awareness Day was first celebrated on 7th November 2014. …


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Introduction:

National Unity Day was introduced by the government of India in the year 2014 and after that every year this day is celebrated on 31st October to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.

This day is also known as the ‘Rashtriya Ekta Divas’ or National Day of Unity. You know this day we celebrate nationwide for the honour of a,

  • A senior leader of INC (Indian National Congress)
  • Lawyer
  • Freedom fighter
  • Iron Man of India
  • First Deputy Prime Ministers and first Home Minister of independent India Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875–1950).

Why it is celebrated:

This day commemorates…


It is a worldwide day celebrated each year around the world on 16 October in the honor of the date of the establishing of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945.

The day is celebrated widely with different associations who are worried about food security, including the World Food Program and the International Fund for Agricultural Development.

History:

World Food Day (WFD) was set up by FAO’s Member Countries at the Organization’s 20th General Conference in November 1979. The Hungarian Delegation, driven by the past Hungarian Minister of Agriculture and Food Dr.

Buddy Romany, accepted a working…


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It is an international handwashing promotion campaign, that will motivate and mobilize people around the world to improve their handwashing habits regularly.

This day is celebrated on 15th October and you know each year, globally around 200 million people celebrate this Global Handwashing Day.

The main motto of this day is to stay away from germs and diseases. Germs are everywhere around us and we should wash our hands especially before eating so that they can’t enter into our body.

It has been noted that pneumonia and intestinal diseases can be reduced by 25–50% by washing our hand. So, do…


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Hello everyone! How are you all doing in this pandemic situation of 2020? Today is the International Day of Peace and Non-violence.

So, I am going to provide you with the complete information about this International Day of Peace, its themes, some inspirational quotes, history, why it is celebrated & how it is celebrated etc.

The International Day of Peace, sometimes unofficially known as World Peace Day, which is a United Nations-sanctioned holiday observed annually on 21 September.

International day of peace was started way back in 1981 through the resolution 36/67 by the United Nations General Assembly. Two decades…

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The domain INFORMATIC NISHANT was developed during the lockdown of April 2020. It was driven by a passion to create awareness among the people about each day.

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