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Tut2learn’s International event section is a compilation of recent current events. This International event section is updated almost daily. Tut2learn publishes relevant fact based Current events almost daily basis. This International event section helps you to keep a watch on current happenings and may be useful for International event part of IBPS Banking, SSC-CGL, Bank Clerical, UPSC, TNPSC, MPSC and other all competitive examinations.



World Television Day

The United Nations’ (UN) World Television Day is annually observed in many places around the world on November 21. This day recognizes that television plays a major role in presenting different issue that affect people. The History of World Television Day: The UN acknowledges that television can be used to educate many people about the

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World Hello Day

World Hello Day is a secular holiday observed annually on November 21, to express that conflicts should be resolved through communication rather than the use of force. Participants verbally greet ten people or more on that day as an expression of the importance of personal communication in preserving peace. World Hello Day was begun in response to the

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World Fisheries Day

World Fisheries day is celebrated every year on November 21 throughout the world by the fisherfolk communities. This communities worldwide celebrate this day through rallies, workshops, public meetings, cultural programs, dramas, exhibition, music show, and demonstrations to highlight the importance of maintaining the world’s fisheries. It aims to highlight the importance of fishing as an

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International Film Festival of India

The International Film Festival of India, first started in the year 1952, is considered as the most significant film festivals all over the Asia. It is celebrated annually from 20thNovember to 30th November at beach in the Goa which intends to display the excellence of the film art through the common platform. It involves contributing the

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Africa Industrialization Day

Africa Industrialization Day is celebrated on November 20 each year. It is a time when governments and other organizations in many African countries examine ways to stimulate Africa’s industrialization process. It is also an occasion to draw worldwide media attention to the problems and challenges of industrialization in Africa. Within the framework of the Second

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World Philosophy Day

World Philosophy Day annually celebrated on the Third Thursday of November to honor philosophical reflections around the world. It is a day for people to share thoughts, openly explore and discuss new ideas and inspire public debate or discussion on society’s challenges.  It was first celebrated on 21 November 2002. In 2015, the Day is

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Child Rights Day or Universal Children Day

Child Rights Day in India is celebrated every year on 20th of November to reconsider the real human rights for all the children in India. A national conference is organized yearly on 20th on November by the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights to make aware the people about all the rights of their children. 20th of

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World Heritage Week

World Heritage Week is celebrated all over the world every year from 19th of November to 25th of November. To get people aware about the the importance of the cultural heritages and its preservation. Various programs related to the historical structures of India, tour places and cultural and traditional heritages of India are initiated by the Ahmedabad

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Quami Ekta Week or National Integration Week

Quami Ekta Week or National Integration Week is observed every year all across the India from 19th of November to the 25th of November. During whole week celebration of the quami ekta week various programmes are held related to the specific theme of each day celebrations. Some of the programs like meetings, seminars, symposia, particular legendary functions,

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World Toilet Day

World Toilet Day is a United Nations (UN) observed on November 19th every year, that highlights a serious problem – 2.5 billion people in the world do not have access to proper sanitation. The provision of proper toilets could save the lives of more than 200,000 children in the world, according to the UN. The

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