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Important Days and Dates

04 January – Louse Braille Day

Louis Braille was the inventor of Braille, a system of reading and writing used by people who are blind or visually impaired. Louis Braille was born on January 4, 1809. So this day is celebrated as Louis Braille Day.

12 January – National Youth Day

In India, January 12 is being observed as National Youth Day annually. This day marks birth anniversary ol social reformer, philosopher and thinker Swami Vivekananda. On this day, numbers of functions are being organised nationwide to celebrate the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda. This year was 153rd birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

15 January – Army Day (India)

This Day is observed every year on January 15 in India This year it was the 68th Indian Army Day. On this day in 1949, Lt. General (later Field Marshal) Kodandera Madappa Cariappa became the first Indian Commander-in Chief of the Indian Army (of the independent India) by succeeding British Army General Roy Butcher (last British Commander-in-Chief of India)

24 January – National Girl Child Day

This day is observed every year on January 24 as a national observance day for the girl child. This celebration was started to offer more supports and new opportunities to the girls in the country.

25 January – National Voters Day

India observes this day annually on January 25 The significance of this day is to encourage youngsters, who have reached the age of 18. of the country to participate in the electoral process, by enrolling or registering themselves in electoral rolls and to exercise their franchise

26 January – International Customs Day

The International Customs Day 2016 is observed across the world on January 26. The WCO is dedicated 2016 to promoting the digitalisalion of Customs process under the slogan Digital Customs i Progressive Engagement.

30 January – Martyrs’ Day (India)

This day is observed at the national level. It marks the assassination of Mahatma Gandhi in 1940 This day also known as Sarvoday Day at national level. On January 30.1948.Gandhiji was assassinated in Delhi.

02 February – World Wetlands Day

The World Wetlands Day is observed annually across the globe to mark the adoption of the Convention on Wetlands in the city of Ramsar (Iran) in 1971 This day seeks to promote, create awareness and ensure positive and affirmative action for conservation of wetlands

04 February – World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day is observed internationally on February A to raise awareness of cancer and to encourage its prevention, detection, and treatment World Cancer Day was founded by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) to support the goals of the World Cancer Declaration, written in 2008.

13 February – World Radio Day

This day is obseived globally on February 13 to remember the unique power of radio that touches lives and bring people together across every corner ol the globe. February 13 was proclaimed as World Radio Day by UNESCO at its 36th General Assembly in 2011.

20 February – World Day of Social Justice

It is a day recognising the need to promote efforts to tackle issues such as poverty, exclusion and unemployment The United Nations General Assembly has decided to observe February 20 annually, approved on November 26, 2007 and starting in 2009

28 February – National Science Day

The day is observed annually to mark the discovery of the Raman Effect (phenomenon ol scattering of photons) by Indian physicist Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman on February 28, 1928

03 March – World Wildlife Day

World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate the many beautiful and varied forms of wild fauna and flora and to raise awareness of the multitude of benefits that conservation provides to people. National Defence Day This day is celebrated on March 3 every year. The National Defence Academy is a joint services academy of the Indian armed forces.. The cadets of these 3 services are trained together before they go on to pre-commissioning training on their respective training academies.

08 March – International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day, also called International Working Women’s Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. This year’s theme is ‘Equality for Women is Progress for All’. It was first celebrated in 1996.

10 March – World Kidney Day

World Kidney Day. (2nd Thursday of March) is a joint initiative of the International” Society of Nephrology (ISN) and the International Federation ol Kidney Foundations (IFKF). World Kidney Day is a global health awareness campaign focusing on the importance of the: kidneys and reducing the frequency and impact of kidney disease and its associated health problems worldwide.

15 March – World Consumer Rights Day

March 15 is observed as World Consumer Rights Day/ (WORD). It is an annual occasion for celebration and solidarity with the international consumer movement. It marks the date in: 1962 President John F. Kennedy first outlined the definition of Consumer Rights.

20 March – International Day of Happiness ,

The. international Day of Happiness is celebrated throughout line world on the March’ 20. It was established by the United National General Assembly on June 28, 2012

21 March – International Forests Day

Every year March 21 is being observed as International Day of Forests to raise awareness about the importance of forests. Theme for 2016: ‘Forests and Water’, it highlights the importance of forests in hydrological cycle.

22 March – World Water Day

In 1992, the United Nations (UN) adopted a resolution by which the March 22 of each year was declared World Water Day. The first World Water Day was observed in 1993.

23 March – World Meteorological Day

UN World Meteorological Day or the International Day of Meteorology is annually held on or around March 23 to remember the World Meteorological Organisation’s establishment on that date In 1950. This year’s theme is “Watching the Weather to protect Life and Property”.

24 March – World Tuberculosis Day

This day is designed to build public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis and efforts to eliminate the disease, It was on this day in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch had discovered the cause of tuberculosis, the Tuberculosis bacillus. First TB Day was celebrated in 1997.

02 April – World Autism Awareness Day

The United Nations General Assembly unanimously adopted the resolution on Autism on December 18, 2007 and decided to designate April 2 as World Autism Awareness Day. First World Autism Awareness Day was celebrated in 2008:

07 April – World Health Day

The World Health Day is celebrated every year on April 7, under the sponsorship of the WHO. In 1948, the WHO held the First World Health Assembly. The Assembly decided to celebrate April 7 of each year, with effect-from 1950. as the World Health Day The World Health Day is hold to mark the foundation of WHO.

18 April – International Day for Monuments and Sites

The International Day for Monuments and Sites was proposed by the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) on April 18, 1962 and approved by the General Assembly of UNESCO in 1983. The aim is to. promote awareness about the diversity of cultural heritage of humanity,” their vulnerability, and the efforts required for their protection and conservation. Theme for 2014 is Heritage of Commemoration.

22 April – World Earth Day

Earth Day is an annual event, celebrated on April 22, on which events are held worldwide to demonstrate support for environmental protection. It was first celebrated in 1970.

25 April – World Malaria Day

World Malaria Day was instituted by WHO Member States during the World Health Assembly of 2007. It is observed to highlight the need for continued investment and sustained political commitment for malaria prevention and control. This year’s theme: Invest in the Future, Defeat Malaria.

26 April – World Intellectual Property Day

This day is observed on April 26 Every year with a variety of events and activities worldwide. It aims to increase people’s-awareness and understanding of Intellectual Property (IP). World intellectual property organisation observed the theme for 2016 is Digital Creativity; Culture Reimagined.

01 May – International Labour Day

International Labour Day, known as May Day was celebrated every year on May 1, 2016. Giving due importance, about 80 countries across the world concerned of the need to ensure welfare of workers. The theme of international Labour Day of 2016 is Celebrating the International Labour Movement.

03 May – World Press Freedom Day

World Press Freedom Day was proclaimed by the UN General Assembly m December 1993 following the recommendation of UNESCO’s General Conference. Since then, May-3, the anniversary of the Declaration ol Windhoek is celebrated worldwide as World Press Freedom Day. Theme of 2016 is “Access to Information and Fundamental freedoms- This is Your Right!”

10 May – World Migratory Bird Day

World Migratory Bird Day was initiated in 2006 and is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the conservation of migratory birds and their habitats, me day seeks to raise awareness and highlight the need for the protection of migratory birds and their habitats. Theme for 2016 is to ‘Stop the illegal Killing. Taking and Trade of Migratory Birds’.

11 May – National Technology Day

Since 1999, May 11 is celebrated as National Technology Day to mark India’s technological advancements. Every year, on this day, the Technology Development Board of India Awards various individuals with national awards for their contribution to indigenous technology. On May 11, 1998, India detonated three nuclear bombs in the Indian Army’s Pokhran Test Range. 2016’s theme for National Technology Day celebrations in New Delhi is Technology Enablers of Startup India.

29 May – International Day of UN Peacekeepers.

The day was established to honour the memory of the UN Peacekeepers who have lost their lives in the cause of peace.

31 May – World No-Tobacco Day

World No-Tobacco Day is a day for people, non-governmental organisations and governments organise various activities to make people aware of the health problems that tobacco use can cause.

01 June – World Milk Day

It is celebrated to increase the common public awareness about all aspects of the natural milk.

05 June – World Environment Day

12 November – World Pneumonia Day

WED this the United Nations most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. Since it began in 1974, it has grown to Become a global platform for public outreach that is widely celebrated in over 100 countries.

08 June – World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day has grown tremendously each year since. The Ocean project started co-ordinating it in 2002.

12 June – World Day against Child Labour.

The international labour organisation (ILO) launched this Day in 2002 to focus attention on the global extent of child labour and the action and efforts needed to eliminate it.

14 June – World Blood Donor Day.

World Blood Donor Day. Established in 2004, serves to raise awareness of the need for safe blood and blood products, and to thank blood donors for their voluntary, life-saving gifts of blood.

15 June – World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.

The United Nations (UN) has designated June 15 as World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The day aims to focus global attention on the problem of physical, emotional and financial abuse of elders. It also seeks to understand the challenges and opportunities presented by an ageing population.

17 June – World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought.

The World Day to Combat Desertification has been observed since 1995 to promote public awareness relating to international cooperation to combat desertification and the effects of drought. Theme of the year 2016 is ‘Protect Earth. Restore Land. Engage People.”

20 June – World Refugee Day

The United Nations'(UN) World Refugee Day is observed on June 20 each year. This event honors the courage, strength and determination of women, men and children who are forced to flee their homeland under threat of persecution, conflict and violence.

21 June – International Day of Yoga

The second international Day of Yoga was observed across the world with the theme Connect the Youth on June 21, 2016. This year’s observance of the Day highlights the important role healthy living plays in the realisation of the Sustainable Development Goals, adopted in 2015 by all 193 UN Member States. In India, the Union government had organised National Event of Mass Yoga Demonstration at the Capital Complex in Chandigarh. In this event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself had performed yoga.

23 June – United Nations Public Service Day

The UN General Assembly, in its resolution 57/277, designated June 23 as Public Service Day. The UN Public Service Day intends to celebrate the value and virtue of public service to the community, highlight the contribution of public service in the development process, recognise the work of public servants, and encourage young people to pursue careers in the public sector. This for the first time, the day is observed after 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (i.e., Sustainable Development Goals) were adopted by all member States of United Nations.

25 June – World Vitiligo Day

Vitiligo is a progressive skin disease as a result of which people lose their inherited skin colour over the lifetime. The world started observing the day since 2012 with an aims to focus on the disease vitiligo with international collaborative research and public awareness campaign about the myths and reality and raise funds needed for research and eduction.

26 June – International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking

United Nations on December 7, 1987 by resolution 42/112 of the General Assembly decided to observe June 26 as the international day against Drug abuse and illicit Trafficking. The theme of the 2014 is A Message of Hope: Drug Use Disorders are Preventable and Treatable.

01 July – National Doctor’s Day

The day is observed to honour legendary physician, Dr. Bidhan Chandra Roy whose birth and death anniversary falls on the same day. On February 4, 1961, he received the Bharat Ratna. The BC Roy National Award was instituted in 1976 for work in the area of medicine, politics, science, philosophy, literature and arts.

11 July – world Population Day

World Population Day is observed to bring awareness to people about importance of small families and living healthy lives. The day is celebrated with several programmes that are initiated to educate people about family planning methods. The theme of World Population Day 2014 was Investing in Young People. It was first celebrated 1987, the day when world population reached five billion people.

28 July – World Hepatitis Day

The day is observed to raise awareness and influence real change in disease prevention and access to testing and treatment. This year’s theme Think Again, acknowledges that we do not known nearly enough about viral hepatitis as a health threat in much of the world. For the first time, it was launched in 2008 by the World Hepatitis Alliance in concern of chronic viral hepatitis.

29 July – International Tiger Day

The goal of the Tiger Day is to promote protection and expansion of the wild tiger habitats and also to gain support awareness for tiger conservation. The decision to observe July 29 as World Tiger Day was taken in 2010 at the Saint Petersburg Tiger Summit. World’s largest number of tiger populations is majority found in Sundarbans (a large mangrove forest area shared by India and Bangladesh) located on northern coast of Indian Ocean.

30 July – World Day against Trafficking Person

On July 30 every year, the United Nations (UN) promotes World Day against Trafficking Persons. Human trafficking affects every country in the world, The UN launched the Day against Trafficking Persons for the first time on July 30, 2014 to end human trafficking and raise awareness worldwide.

07 August – National Handloom Day

The 2nd national handloom day celebrated all over India, on August 7, 2016 7th August was notified by the government of India as National Handloom Day vide gazette notification dates July 29, 2015.

09 August – International Day of the World’s Indigenous People

The UN International Day of the World’s Indigenous People is observed on August 9 each year to promote and protect the rights of the world’s indigenous population.

12 August – International Youth Day

The UN International Youth Day is celebrated on August 12 each year to recognise efforts of the world’s youth in enhancing global society. It also aims to promote ways to engage them in becoming more actively involved in making positive contributions to their communities.

13 August – World Organ Donation Day

It is the private, non-profit organisation that manages the nation’s organs transplant system under contract with the federal government. Organ donation has risen by more that three times over the past six months is Delhi, giving new hope to patients with organ failures.

15 August – Independence Day (India)

On August 15, 1947, India attained independence following a large non violent resistance and civil disobedience led by Indian National Congress. On this day every year Prime Minister of India raised the flag and gives a speech from ramparts of Red Fort in New Delhi.

19 August – World Humanitarian Day

The United Nations’ (UN) World Humanitarian Day is held on August 19 each year. The day honours all humanitarians, who have worked in the promotion of the humanitarian cause who have lost their lives in the cause of duty.

05 September – Teacher’s Day (India)

The day corresponds the birthday of the first Vice-President of India and the second President of India from 1962 to 1967. Since 1962, his birthday is celebrated in India as Teacher’s Day on September 5.

08 September – International Literacy Day

September 8 was proclaimed international Literacy Day by UNESCO on November 17, 1965. It was first celebrated in 1966. Its aim is to highlight the importance of literacy to individuals, communities and societies. On International Literacy Day each year, UNESCO reminds the international community of the status of literacy and adult learning globally. Celebrations take place around the world.

09 September – Himalaya Diwas

Uttarakhand government officially declared September 9 as Himalaya Diwas. The State will celebrate Himalaya Diwas to spread the message of conservation of the Himalayan
First Telangana Language Day (Telangana Bhasha Dinosthavam). The day was observed to commemorate the birth anniversary of notes poet Kaloji Narayana Rao, who was called people’s poet.

10 September – World Suicide Prevention Day

It is an awareness day observed every year, in order to provide worldwide commitment and action to prevent suicides, with various activities around the world. The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) collaborates with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the World Federation for Mental Health to host World Suicide Prevention Day.

14 September – Hindi Diwas (India)

Hindi Diwas was celebrated across India on for commemorating the occasion of adoption of Hindi as the official language of Constituent Assembly on September 14, 1949. Under the Article-343 of the Indian Constitution the Devanagari script of Hindi was adopted as the official language.

15 September – International Day of Democracy

The International Day of Democracy was observed on September 15, 2015 across the world with the theme ‘Space for Civil Society. It was created by the UN General Assembly through a resolution in 2007 to strengthen national programmes devoted to the promotion and consolidation of democracy. It was observed for the first time in 2008.

16 September – World Ozone Day

The International Day for the preservation of the Ozone layer marks the commemoration of the date of signing of the Montreal Protocol in 1987 on substances that deplete the ozone layer. The theme for 2014 is Ozone Layer Protection: The Mission Goes On.

01 October – International Day of Older Person

The International Day of Order Persons observed across the world with the theme Sustainbility and Age Inclusiveness in the Urban Environment. The 2015 Celebration demonstrated that an age inclusive agenda is crucial to promote equity, welfare and prosperity for all. On December 14, 1990, the United Nations General Assembly declared October 1 as the International Day of Older Persons.

02 October – International Day of Non- violence

It is being celebrated throughout of world on October 2, 2014 the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. This Day is observed by all countries of the UN and it promotes the principles of non-violence through education and public awareness.

04 October – World Animal Day

The day is observed to pay tribute to all animals and people who loves animal and respect them. World Animal Day was started in 1931 at a convention of ecologists in Florence, Italy as a way of highlighting the plight of endangered species. October 4 was chosen as a day as it is the Feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals.

05 October – World Habitat Day

World Habitat Day is celebrated on the first Monday of October This year it was observed with theme Public Spaces for All. It is celebrated to raise awareness about the need for well-designed and managed public spaces and streets. World Habitat Day was established in 1985 by UN and was first celebrated in 1986.

08 October – World Sight Day

World Sight Day was observed with theme ‘Eye Care for All’. The global event is observed to draw attention on blindness and vision impairment. The Day is an annual day of awareness held on the second Thursday of October, to focus global attention on blindness and vision impairment.

09 October – World Post Day

World Post Day was observed globally on October 9.2015 with the theme Posts claim their place in the changing communication landscape. The day marks the date of establishment of Universal Postal Union (UPU) in 1874 in Bern (Switzerland).

10 October – World Mental Health Day

World Health Organisation every year observes October 10 as the World Mental Health Day. The Day aims to make people sensitive to issues related to mental health and also become more aware of the metal health issues around the world. The theme for 2014 is Living with Schizophrenia.

11 October – International Day of the Girl Child

The Fourth International Day of the Girl Child (IDGC) was observed across the world with the theme ‘The Power of Adolescent Girl: Vision for 2030″. To mark the occasion campaigns, meetings and workshops were held Lo across the world to raise awareness about importance of girl child and steps to promote gender equality

16 October – World Food Day

World Day was observed across the world with the theme Social Protection and Agriculture. The day is observed with an aim to raise public awareness about hunger challenges and encourage people worldwide to take action in the fight against hunger.

24 October – World Polio Day

The day was observed to created awareness about the hazards of the crippling disease. The Day was established by Rotary International over a decade ago to commemorate the birth of Jonas Salk, who poliomyelitis. A Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) is a public private partnership led by national governments and spearheaded by the World Heath Organisation (WHO); Rotary International, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and UNICEF.

10 November – World Science Day

For Peace and Development To mark the day. The United Nations Educational. Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) conducted several discussions, special campaigns, visits to science museums for school children, etc. to raise awareness of benefits of science worldwide.

11 November – National Education Day (India)

The Day has been celebrated in India since the year 2008. It is celebrated to commemorate the anniversary of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, a great freedom fighter, an eminent educationist” and the first Education Minister of India.

12 November – World Pneumonia Day

World Pneumonia Day was observed on November 12, 2015 across the world with the theme Every Breath Counts: Stop Pneumonia Now, The Global Coalition Against Child Pneumonia provides leadership for World Pneumonia Day and is comprised of over 140 NGOs, academic institutions, government agencies and foundations.

14 November – Children’s Day ( National)

Children’s Day was observed on November 14, 2015 across the country. To mark the occasion. The Ministry of Women and Child Development at the Union level and the child welfare departments at the State level conducted programmes with focus on child development. It is celebrated on November 14.2015 to pay tribute to the memory of late Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru on his birth anniversary.

19 November – World Toilet Day

The World Toilet Day was observed across the world with the theme Sanitation and Nutrition. The aim of WTD is to raise awareness about the people in the world who don’t have access to a toilet, despite the fact that it is a human right to have clean water and sanitation The day has been celebrated by the World Toilet Organisation since 2001.

20 November – Universal Children’s Day

It takes place annually. First proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1954. It was established to encourage all countries to institute a day, firstly to promote mutual exchange and understanding among children and secondly to initiate action to benefit and promote the welfare of the world’s children.

21 November – World Television Day

The United Nations General Assembly proclaimed November 21 as World Television Day through resolution of December 17, 1996, World Television Day is not so much a celebration of the tool, but rather the philosophy which it represents. Television represents a symbol for communication and globalisation in the contemporary world.

25 November – International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women was observed across the world on November 25. 2015. The day is observed to raise awareness about violence against women and discuss solutions that would work for women community. On December 20,1993, The General Assembly, by resolution 48/104. adopted the Declaration on the Elimination of Violence against Women.

26 November – National Milk Day

The National Milk Day was observed across India to mark 94th birth anniversary of the Father of the White Revolution Dr. Varghese Kurien. The idea of observing National Milk Day was first mooted by Indian Dairy Association (IDA) in 2014 on the lines of World Milk Day that is observed on June 1 every year under the aegis of UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).

01 December – World AIDS Day

World AIDS Day was the first every global health day, held for the first time in 1988. It is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV, show their support for people living with HIV and to commemorate people who have died. The idea of celebrating this World AIDS Day was first conceived in August. 1987 by James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter. two public information officers for the Global Programme on AIDS at the “World Health Organisation in Geneva (Switzerland).

02 December – International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

International Day for the Abolition of Slavery is observed globally on December 2 annually. It aims to focus on the elimination of human trafficking, child labour and other forms of modern-day slavery The day focuses on asking contemporary forms of slavery, such as trafficking m persons, sexual exploitation, and the worst forms of child labour, forced marriage, and the forced requirement of children, for use in armed conflict.

04 December – Indian Navy Day

14th Navy Day was December 4, 2015. Indian Navy Days is celebrated to commemorate the launch of Operation Trident against Pakistan during the 71 Indo-Pak War. Operation Trident was devastating attack on Pakistan Naval Headquarters of Karachi which was successful as it sank a minesweeper, a destroyer and an ammunition supply ship. Indian attack consisted of 3 Vidyut class missile boats. 2 anti submarines and a tanker.

05 December – International Volunteer Day

The world celebrated International Volunteer Day on December 5 as an observance designated by the United Nations since 1985. The international Volunteer Day was established by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly through its Resolution 40/21.2 on December 17, 1985.

07 December – Armed Forces Flag Day

The Armed Forces Flag Day or the Slag Day of India is. a day dedicated to India towards collection of funds from people of India for the welfare of the Indian Armed Forces personal 7 since 1949. Over the years, it has become a tradition to commemorate this day as an honour to the soldiers airmen and sailors of India. On August 28, 1949, a committee set-up under the Defence Minister decided to observe a Flag Day annually on December 7.

09 December – International Anti-corruption Day

The world observed International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, 2015 The theme of the International Anti-Corruption Day ‘Break the corruption chain’ The day is commemorated to raise awareness about corruption and what people can do to curb it. The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) are the main organisations that are at the forefront of these efforts.

10 December – Human Rights Day

The Human Rights Day is celebrated annually on December 10 every year. The date was chosen to honor the United Nations General. Assembly adoption and proclamation, on December 10, 1948, of the universal declaration of human rights (UDHR), the first global enunciation of human rights and one of the first major achievements of the new united nations.

16 December – Vijay Diwas

December 16 is observed as Vijay Diwas all across the country. The nation remembers martyrs, who laid down their lives during Indo-Pak War of 1971. The day is being celebrated as Victory Day in Bangladesh and Vijay in India.

18 December – International Day of Migrants

Migrants is observed on December 18 annually. The day calls for the international community to come together and remember the refugees and migrants. who have lost their lives or have disappeard while trying to reach safe harbour after arduous tourneys across seas and deserts.

24 December – National Mathematics Day

To commemorate the birth anniversary of great Indian autodidact Mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan. December 22 is observed as National Mathematics Day annually. This year marked the 128th birth anniversary of Srinivasa Ramanujan. In 2011, Union government had declared December 22 as ‘National Mathematics Day’ to celebrate RamanujaiVs 125th birth anniversary.

25 December – Good Governance Day

The nation observed its second Good Governance Day’ on the birth anniversary of former Prime Minister Atal Bihar. Vajpayee on December 25, 2015. Several functions were organised across the country to mark the day. Observing the Good Governance Day BJP Karnataka will carry out Swacch Bharat campaign and activity all across Karnataka.

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