World Population Day

Posted by The Open Page | 11th July 2018

 
World Population day is a yearly event, it is on 11th July every year. Its main aim to increase people's awareness on various population issues such as the importance of family planing, equality of gender, poverty,maternal health and human rights.

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World Zoonoses Day

Posted by The Open Page | 6th July 2018

 

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World Donald Duck Day

Posted by The Open Page | 9th June 2018

 
 
Heart throbbing character of children –Donald Duck
 
When we talk about cartoon the Donald Duck is so much more than just Mickey Mouse’s best friend under children’s mind. What is better way to celebrate Donald Duck Day ? Lets know some fun facts of our favorite character.
(a)Do you believe the Donald duck from over 8o years ,been a start for every . Even today also first cartoon name comes Donald only.
(b) In his authorized biography publish

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Conserve Oceans for Sustainable Development Goals

Posted by The Open Page | 8th June 2018

 
 
Conserve Oceans for Sustainable Development Goals :
 
To make the awareness in the world, Its is must to mark the ocean day as a “World Oceans Day” to spread the awareness of its importance of the major role that the oceans have in everyday life. Like they are the lungs of our planet, Which provides the most of the oxygen for creature to breathe. The pu

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World Hunger Day

Posted by The Open Page | 28th May 2018

 
World Hunger Day

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World Turtle Day

Posted by The Open Page | 23rd May 2018

 
Consistent and steady Progress 
 
Sometimes the strength within you is not a big fiery flame for all to see it is just a tiny spark that whispers every so softly “You got this. Keep going.” 
 

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Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today

Posted by The Open Page | 27th April 2018

 
 
 “Storytelling is the most powerful way to put ideas into the world today.”
 
 
To re-call and to give impact to this method of storytelling, storytelling day is the declared to celebrate on 27th April. Here, people of all ages are encouraged to share all different kinds of stories to promote and to mak

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World Heritage Day Special

Posted by The Open Page | 18th April 2018

 
World Heritage Day Special

WORLD HERITAGE SITES IN INDIA (YEAR OF DECLARATION)
1. Nandadevi and Valley of flowers – Uttarakhand – 1982
2. Agra Fort – Uttar Pradesh – 1983
3. Ajanta Caves – Maharashtra – 1983
4. Ellora Caves – Maharashtra – 1983
5. Taj Mahal – Uttar Pradesh – 1983
6. Mahabalipuram group of monuments – Tamil Nadu – 1984
7. Konark Sun Temple &n

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Heritage Conservation Attitude

Posted by The Open Page | 18th April 2018

 HERITAGE CONSERVATION ATTITUDE 

Heritage is a legacy from our past. It is something we live with today and, hopefully, something that we can pass on to future generations. In every country, cultural heritage is both a record of life and history and also an irreplaceable source of creativity and inspiration. Our cultural heritage, like our DNA, determines who we are, giving us both identity and the values that will guide our lives in a changing world. A country's heritage is all the qualities, traditions, or featur

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world Hemophilia day

Posted by The Open Page | 17th April 2018

 

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I know, I am Smart!!!

Posted by The Open Page | 14th April 2018

 I know, I am Smart!!!
This holiday is celebrated throughout the world and in the grand scheme of things. Dolphin Day is perhaps one of the most well-known unofficial holidays of the world. Having gained steam in the 1990s and continuing into the present day, this holiday focuses on the worldwide plight of the dolphins. Considering how similar dolphins appear to be to ourselves, we may even call Dolphin Day one of the more “human” holidays that are celeb

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International Tea Day

Posted by The Open Page | 15th December 2017

 
International Tea Day
 
International Tea Day is observed annually on December 15. It has been celebrated since 2005 in tea producing countries like Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Vietnam, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Malaysia, Uganda, India and Tanzania. In 2015, the Indian government proposed expanding the observance of International Tea Day through the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. International Tea Day aims to draw global attention of governments and citizens to the impact of the global te

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World Autism Acceptance Day

Posted by Dr.Griva Shah | 2nd April, 2018

 
Every Student Can Learn, Just not on the same day & the same way
 
Early Intervention is imperative to bring about progressive development in the life of an individual with Autism. Medical practitioners and Para-professionals need to play a key role in bringing out the best in a child with Autism by creating an environment of awareness and sensitizing the society at every possible opportunity. On the other hand observation, awareness and acceptance by the parents of a child with Autism are the keys to th

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Happy April Fool's Day

Posted by The Open Page | 2nd April, 2018

 
April Fool's Day

If you see a video of a penguin flying in the air, better check the calendar it could be April 1st. 1st April is celebrated as April Fool’s Day all over the world (also known as All Fool’s day).  April Fools' Day is celebrated all around the world as a day filled with jokes and general silliness. Family members, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and even teachers may try to tickle your funny bone with a practical joke or a hoax of some kind.
 It has become tradi

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Need of every nation to form true or pure republic

Posted by The Open Page | 26th January 2018

   
 Need of every nation – to form “true or pure” republic
 
What does it mean to be a republic?
 
When  India was Independent from foreign nation   ,It is was declared as an  independent  nation and India celebrates its anniversary every year on  15th August . Similarly, when India has  framed its  constitution and  has declared for implementation to public ,It is called  Republic Day. The Republic Day

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International Mother Language Day

Posted by The Open Page | 21st February 2018


 International Mother Language Day

It is observed worldwide every year on 21st February. It was announced by UNESCO on 17 November 1999 and then recognized by United Nations General Assembly. In fact, it was a social movement. 
Language is the medium to express our feelings and also for the communication of our thoughts. It helps in preserving our valuable culture and heritage. It helps to carry out the day-to day activities with the help of dialogues. The term ‘Mother Language generally t

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Happy Women's Day

Posted by The Open Page | 8th March 2018

 "Every man needs a woman when his life is a mess,because just like the game of chess the queen protects the King" So,it's time that women truly owned their super powers and used their beauty and strength to change the world around them.

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National Girl Child Day

Posted by The Open Page | 24th January 2018


 Girl power is about loving yourself and having confidence and strength from within. Never give up. Today is hard, tomorrow will be worse, but the day after tomorrow will be sunshine.  

The mission girl child day is to give support and growth of equality. It raises the awareness among people all over the country about the importance of girl’s promotion.
 
Remember together we can and together we will be able to bring the required revolution.
It is the right of the girls to get full potential, safe and enabling environment. 
 
“Save Girl Child, Save Life on Earth. “
 

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Armed Forces Flag Day

Posted by The Open Page | 7th December 2017

 The Armed Forces Flag Day or the Flag Day of our country (India) towards contributions of collection from Indians for the welfare of the Indian Armed Forces personnel. It has been observed annually in India on December 7 since 1949. Over the years, it has become a tradition to commemorate this day as an honour to the soldiers, sailors and airmen of India. 

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Birthday wishes to K.R.Narayan

Posted by The Open Page | 27th October 2017

 
Born on, 27th October: The nation has found a consensus for its highest office in someone who has sprung from the grass-roots of our society and grown up in the dust and heat of this sacred land is symbolic of the fact that the concerns of the common man have now moved to the centre stage of our social and political life. K.R.Narayanan was elected to the Presidency of India (17 July 1997)

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world Animal Day

Posted by The Open Page | 4th September 2017

 
વિશ્વ પ્રાણી દિવસ

પ્રાણીઓના અધિકારોની જાગૃત્તતા ફેલાવવા માટે દુનિયામાં દર વર્ષે ૪ ઓક્ટોબરના દિવસને વિશ્વ પરની દિવસના રૂપમાં મનાવવામાં આવે છે.

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Bhagat Singh: A Perennial Saga of Inspiration

Posted by The Open Page | 28th September 2017

 
Bhagat Singh: A Perennial Saga of Inspiration
 
 Bhagat Singh was born to Vidyavati and Kishan Singh on September 28, 1907, in the village Banga in Lyallpur district, now we can see this location in Pakistan. His original village was Khatkar Kalan in Jalandhar district. He hailed from a patriotic family. Bhagat Singh naturally imbibed patriotic sentiments. 
The life and work of Bhagat Singh shows the glorious struggle against British Imperialism assumed legendary proportions. He has bee

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Birthday wishes to Melody queen the nightingale of India

Posted by The Open Page | 28th September 2017

To create and nourish your talent, 
You have to carve it, like a sculpture. 
 
 
Natural talent is a concept that goes back thousands of years. Ancient mythology is full of stories of vastly skilled masters of their craft who were rumored to have been born with their talents – gifts from the gods. This idea of being born with a natural talent still persists today.
 
The science of skill acquisition has been the focus of a number of recent studies an

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Manmohan Singh An Indian economist and politician

Posted by The Open Page | 26th September 2017

 
Manmohan Singh born on 26 September 1932 is an Indian economist and politician who served as the Prime Minister of India from 2004 to 2014. The first Sikh in office, Singh was also the first prime minister since Jawahar Lal Nehru to be re-elected after completing a full five-year term.

Achievements:-
Manmohan Singh the economist credited with playing a key role in ushering in economic reforms in the 1990s, demits office of Prime Minister after 10 years, leaving a mixed legacy of achievements and failures.
Scams that surfaced during UPA II may have undone the good work of the 81-year-old leader, who had achieved the distinction of serving two tenures as Prime Minister, the longest after the first PM Jawaharlal Nehru’s 17 years in office.
 
 

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Long Live to Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Posted by The Open Page | 16th September 2017

                                 
RISE ABOVE THE ORDINARY  
      He is the Inspiration to all our young youth, to get a high profiled life is not an accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, to work with a goal, of what you are doing or learning to do. You have to keep, trust on yourself that will give you power and confidence to fight with your struggle. You have to believe in some

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World Chocolate Day

Posted by Renee Shah | 13th September 2017

 
World Chocolate Day
 
We all love chocolate a lot, but did you  know that there is a World Chocolate  Day? Well guess what is there! It is internationally celebrated on July  seventh. Chocolate is something that tastes like heaven and makes you very addictive to it. It has a lot of sugar and some milk, flour etc. Solid chocolate was first invented in1847. It is terrible for all people but tastes too delicious that we cannot give it up.
On this day (as the name suggests) chocolate i

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The voice of Bollywood

Posted by The Open Page | 8th September 2017

  The voice of Bollywood: Asha Bhosle
 
 
Asha Bhosle is the legend who has  given sweet contribution  by singing songs in  hundreds of Hindi films. 
She was born  on 8th September 1933, and  is known as an Indian singer of  bollywood.. She is best known as a playback singer in Hindi cinema, She has done playback singing for over a thousand Bollywood movies. In addition, She  has  performed  in numerous solo concerts in India and at abroad

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Promoter of a woman as a natural teacher

Posted by The Open Page | 6th September 2017

 
Promoter of a woman as a natural teacher
 
Catherine Esther Beecher, the world knows her as an educator who promoted higher education for women.
She was born on 6th September 1800 in America, benefited incorporation of kindergarten into children's education.
Beecher’s early time was devoted to promoting education for women and the evolution of education as a profession. 
 
Catharine Esther Beecher achieved fame in her own right as an educator, r

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World Lion Day

Posted by The Open Page | 10th August

 
World Lion Day 

A Lion is called a king of beasts obviously for a reason and Lions Day aims to raise awareness of the majestic. Every species is important to the health of an ecosystem. Removing one species can weaken a habitat, but if a keystone species is removed, an entire ecosystem could collapse.
 
Lions spend about two to three hours hunting, one hour eating, and a full 20 hours sleeping every day! 
They’ve got street (well, savanna) smarts. To be succes

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A True Dreamer who didn't give up - Nelson Mandela

Posted by The Open Page | 18th July 2017


 Nelson Mandela - was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist, who served as President of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.

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The face behind Google - Sundar Pichai

Posted by The Open Page | 12th July 2017


 The face behind Google - Sundar Pichai 
Pichai Sundar Rajan, widely known as ‘Sunder Pichai’ is an Indian-American business executive’ the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Google. Pichai Sundar Rajan was born on 12th July 1972 in Madurai, Tamil Nadu. He is son of Laxmi and Raghunatha. Sundar Rajan grew up in a two room apartment on 46th street, 7th avenue ashok nagar in Chennai. Sundar completed schooling in Jawahar Vidhyalaya, a CBSE board School in Chennai. From IIT –Kharagpur, Pichai completed

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Father's Day

Posted by The Open Page | 18th June 2017


પિતાનું આપણાં જીવનમાં કેટલું મહત્વ?
 
માતા ઘરનું માંગલ્ય હોય છે, તો પિતા ઘર નું અસ્તિત્વ હોય છે. પણ ઘરના આ અસ્તિત્વને આપણે ક્યારેય સમજવાનો પ્રયત્ન કર્યો છે ખરો ? પિતાનું મહત્વ હોવા છતાં પણ તેના વિષે વધુ લખવામાં નથી આવતું કે નથી બોલવા માં આવતું.
 
કોઈપણ વ્યાખ્યાનકાર માતા વિષે બોલ્યા કરે છે, સંત મહાત્માઓ પણ માતાના મહત્વ વિશેજ વધારે કહે છે, દેવ-દેવીઓએ પણ માતાના જ ગુણગાન ગયા છે. લેખકો-કવિઓ એ પણ માતાના ખુબ વખાણ કર્યાં છે. સારી વસ્તુ ને માતાની જ

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World Day against Child Labour

Posted by The Open Page | 12th June 2017


The Indian Consensus, 2001, defines child labour as participation of children in an economically productive activity, with or without compensation, wages and profit. Such work can be mental or physical, part time or full time. It includes unpaid work on a family enterprise, farm etc. 

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15 May International Day of Families

Posted by The Open Page | 15th May 2017


2017 Theme: “Families, education and well-being”

 
The International Day of Families is observed on the 15th of May every year. This year’s observance focuses on the role of families and family-oriented policies in promoting education and overall well-being of their members. In particular, the Day is to raise awareness of the role of families in promoting early childhood education and lifelong learning opportunities for children and youth.
The Day highlights the importanc

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World Thalassemia Day 2017

Posted by The Open Page | 8th May 2017


WHAT IS THALASSEMIA
 
Thalassemia is an autosomal recessive blood disorders which gets inherited from parents to the children through genes. It is a blood disorder causes weakening and destruction of the red blood cells, affects the formation of hemoglobin in the body and causes mild or severe anemia. It causes complications like bone deformities, iron overload, cardiovascular illnesses, heart palpitations, enlarged liver, jaundice, enlarged spleen, enlarged bones of cheeks or forehead, delayed puberty and e

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Gujarat Gaurav Diwas 2017

Posted by The Open Page | 1st May 2017

 
Gujarat Foundation Day May 1, 1960   referred to as “Gujarat Gaurav Diwas “as the two states, Gujarat and Maharashtra were formed from the erstwhile Bombay state on May 1, 1960.
History narrates that after Indian Independence and the partition of India in 1947, the new Indian government grouped the former princely states of Gujarat into three larger units; 
Saurashtra, which included the former princely states on the Kathiawad peninsula, Kutch, and Bombay state, which include

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RIP Vinod Khanna

Posted by The Open Page | 27th April 2017


We lost a great star. 
He will be missed by one and all.
Condolences to his family and friends.

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Gujarat's businessman sponsors education of URI martyrs' children

Posted by The Open Page | 11th April 2017

While many are busy venting out their anger on social media over the killing of 18 soldiers in Uri and demanding strong retaliation by the Indian government, a businessman from Gujarat’s Surat district has come forward to financially support the daughters of those martyred in the ghastly attack.
 
Businessman Mahesh Savani, along with social activists and philanthropists, has offered to sponsor education of the children of all the 18 soldiers. Savani says he got emotionally touched while watching the youn

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16th December and Indian Army

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017


16th December, Vijay Diwas

Vijay Diwas is commemorated every 16 December in India as it marks its Military victory over Pakistan in 1971 during the ‘Indo-Pakistan War ‘of 1971, who were alliance of ‘Bangladesh Mukti Bahini’. The 93000 soldiers of Pakistan surrendered against our 5000 Indian soldiers and that’s how the 1971 war ended. On December 16 every year citizens, senior officials, students and was veterans lay wreaths and remember the sacrifice of the soldiers. Members of parliament Mr. Rajiv Chandra Shekhar’ who has continued to support the ex serviceman and the armed forces and pursued on rank one pension, says “Don’t let down our heroes, as we commemorate Vijay Diwas. 
Presenting the letter signed by both the Army Generals at the time of Pakistan's Surrender.

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Victory day Celebration

Posted by The Open Page | 10th April 2017

PAST MINGLING WITH FUTURE: VICTORY DAY BANGLADESH
 
In 1971 we came, we saw, we humbled the enemy of humanity to deliver a new nation - Bangladesh. In 2015, we were invited by the Government of Bangladesh to be dazzled by their hospitality and warmth extended to us by the Government, the three Services and the citizens of Bangladesh, They captured our hearts and overwhelmed  us by the affection, appreciation, honor  and gifts. Awesome experience! 
 
The trial, tribulations and s

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