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Constitution Day
Constitution Day 2022: Here is the history of the ‘holy’ book of independent India

It was on November 26, 1949, that the Constituent Assembly adopted the present constitution. Although it was implemented on January 26, 1950.

International day for elimination of violence against women; 1 in 5 women killed every hour in 2021
International day for elimination of violence against women; 1 in 5 women killed every hour in 2021

According to a recent study, more than five women or girls were killed by intimate partners or other family members every hour in 2021.

Bruce Lee
Drinking too much water killed this celebrity, the new study claims

Hypernatremia is defined as excessively high sodium levels in the blood. Sodium is required for many functions, including muscle contraction, nerve impulse generation, and fluid balance.

Ideate 2022
Bansidhar & Ila Panda Foundation holds Ideate 2022 in association with FICCI & Aditya Birla

The plenary session, which was joined by many industry bigwigs and education reformers including the Director of SRF Foundation, discussed the topic, “Paradigm Shift In Education Landscape – Blended Pedagogy.”

Television
World Television Day 2022: Unsung legacy of the idiot box

John Logie Baird, the Scottish inventor who gave the idea of modern-day television back in the 1920s, gave the world’s first public demonstration of silhouette images in motion at the famous Selfridge departmental store in London.

world's children day
Clarion call for better tomorrow for our children on World Children's Day

The world celebrates Children's day today with this year's theme “Inclusion, For Every Child' empowering them to call for a better tomorrow and a better inclusive world.

World Toilet Day: Here is how toilet facility started in trains in India 
World Toilet Day: Here is how toilet facility started in trains in India 

In fact, there used to be a time when trains were devoid of toilet facility. Behind the introduction of toilet facility, there is an interesting story. 

International Men's Day
International Men's Day – the positive values men can deliver to society

Supported by UNESCO, International Men's Day is celebrated worldwide to raise awareness about men's wellness, improve gender relations and promote gender equality. The theme for the international event this year, 2022, is "Helping Men and Boys", facilitating them to come together and play a positive role for a better life in our society.

Bali Yatra 2022: Ex BJD MLA Pravat Tripathy alleges massive financial irregularities; demands specia
Bali Yatra 2022: Ex BJD MLA Pravat Tripathy alleges massive financial irregularities; demands special audit

Tripathy lashed out at the district administration for taking arbitrary decision pertaining to Bali Yatra.

Bali Yatra
Cuttack Bali Yatra ends on high note with record sales; keys highlights

The yatra ended on a high note on Thursday with several new initiatives by the administration, Cuttack Municipal Corporation (CMC). Commissionerate Police winning hearts of millions of visitors.

Fatima Sana Shaikh
Fatima Sana Shaikh is battling with Epilepsy: Know the causes, and symptoms of this disorder

According to WHO, epilepsy affects approximately 50 million people worldwide, making it one of the most common neurological diseases.

Historic Bali Yatra to conclude today, huge rush expected
Historic Bali Yatra to conclude today, huge rush expected

The Asia’s largest trade fair was supposed to culminate on November 16. However, the Odisha government extended it for a day.

Students
International Students' Day is not celebrated but remembered on this day, due to a tragic event

International Students' Day is observed worldwide to commemorate and promote education. The story has a connection with the world war.

Tattoo craze picks up among Bali Yatra visitors in Cuttack
Tattoo craze picks up among Bali Yatra visitors in Cuttack

From getting the names of their loved ones to pictures of gods and goddesses inked, youths are making it a style statement to get tattoos these days.

Prathamastami: A special Odia festival to honour the firstborns
Prathamastami: A special Odia festival to honour the firstborns

On Prathamastami day, Lord Chandrasekhar - the representative idol of Lord Lingaraj, is worshipped as firstborn and goes on a ritualistic visit to his maternal uncle’s house. 

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