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National Visit Your Relatives Day is a great chance for you to share your life with those who helped raise you, and to ensure that they’re getting the support they need. Luckily, many of us carry fond memories of our family through childhood and growing up. There are family vacations, playing with your siblings and probably […]

As we celebrate International Museum Day today, we at Radio Sargam thought to share something different. If dusty fossils don’t do it for you, these strange venues offer something a little different. We’ve rounded up ten of the world’s weirdest museums. 1. Meguro Parasitological Museum, Tokyo, Japan Those prone to squeamishness should probably avoid this […]

International Museum Day (IMD) is celebrated every year on 18 May. This day is observed to highlight the importance of museums in any culture. According to the official website of the International Council of Museums (ICOM), “Museums are an important means of cultural exchange, enrichment of cultures and development of mutual understanding, cooperation and peace […]

Every year, May 17 is dedicated to World Hypertension Day (WHD). The purpose of the WHD: To motivate the common public to regular checkups of their blood pressure at least once a year. To encourage the people having hypertension on a global basis to go to their health practitioner for regular checkups and proper treatment. […]

World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD) is celebrated annually on May 17 to raise awareness about the opportunities and possibilities that the use of the Internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT) brings to nations, societies, and economies. It also aims to spread awareness about the ways to bridge the digital divide. History […]

May 14 is a significant date in the history of Fiji, especially for the Fiji Indians. It was on May 14, 1879, that the first ship – Leonidas – arrived in Fiji with 463 Indian indentured labourers to work largely in the country’s sugar cane plantations as bonded workers, which came to be referred to […]

International Nurses Day is marked on May 12, and also observes the birth of Florence Nightingale, usually recognised as the ‘founder of modern nursing. Every year, International Nurses Day is marked on May 12 to honour and recognise the efforts of nurses across the globe. The day is commemorated to acknowledge the sacrifices and invaluable contributions that […]

There has been a long-standing movement to shed the shame typically associated with being less than Hollywood perfect. The photoshopped images found in fashion and beauty magazines have been marked as a direct cause of a rising instance of eating disorders among the youth. Too long has health been associated with unrealistic body types and […]

International Firefighters’ Day (IFFD) is observed on May 4. It was instituted after a proposal was emailed out around the world on January 4, 1999, due to the deaths of five firefighters in tragic circumstances in a bushfire in Australia. The incident On December 2, 1998, a tragic event shook the Linton Community, Australia and […]

April 29 is International Dance Day, so put your dancing shoes on and get ready to step out. Dancing is universal — woven into virtually every society all over the world. Humans simply love dance. It brings us together whether we are the ones on the dance floor or are watching the professional performance of […]