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World Savings Day 2019: History And Why It Is Celebrated
Every year on 30 October, World Savings Day, previously called as World Thrift Day, is celebrated in many countries around the world. This day is observed to promote the importance of savings for the country's economy and the individuals alike. Savings ...
World Savings Day Date Theme And Importance Of Savings

World Food Day 2019: History And How It Is Celebrated
World Food Day is held annually on 16 October. It aims at tackling global hunger and poverty, and people from around the world come together to declare their commitment to remove hunger globally. The theme for World Food Day 2019 is ...
World Spine Day 2019: Date, Theme And History
World Spine Day is observed on 16 October every year, and it aims at focusing on increasing awareness of back pain and other spinal issues. All over the world, health professionals, public health advocates, rehabilitation experts, and patients take part in ...
World Spine Day Date Theme And History
World Students' Day 2019: Date, History And Objective
In 2010, the United Nations declared Dr APJ Abdul Kalam's birthday (15 October) as World Students' Day to honour his accomplishments in the field of science and technology and the stupendous role he played as a teacher throughout his scientific and ...
World Post Day 2019: Date, Significance And History
9 October marks the World Post Day and it is celebrated every year to raise awareness about the postal services in the country and the vital role they play in everyone's lives and businesses. On this day in the year 1874, ...
World Post Day Date History And Significance
World Heart Day 2019: Theme, History And Significance
Every year, on 29 September, World Heart Day is celebrated which aims at raising awareness about cardiovascular diseases, including heart disease and stroke. The World Heart Day 2019 theme is 'My Heart, Your Heart', which ensures heart health equity for all. ...
Bonderam Day 2019: History And Significance
Bonderam Day is a festival that is celebrated on 24 August every year at Divar Island, 12 km from Panjim, Goa. On this day, a carnival is set up and the quaint island of Divar is agog with excitement. The people ...
Bonderam Festival History And Significance
 
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