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International Labor Day: 1 May

International Labor Day

International Labor Day is observed every year on 1 May. The day of May is dedicated to the laborers and the working class of the world. This day is also known as Labor Day, Labor Day or May Day. This day is celebrated in honor of the workers, in support of their unity and their rights. This day is a holiday in many countries of the world. On this occasion, people associated with trade unions organize rallies and meetings and also raise voices for their rights, however, due to Corona this time such events will not be held.


International Labor Day began on May 1, 1886, with a movement in America. During this movement, laborers in America went on the agitation to set an 8-hour time to work. On the day of May 1, 1886, laborers took to the streets all over America against 15 days of daily work and exploitation. During this time, some laborers were fired upon by the police, in which many laborers were killed and more than 100 people were injured. After this, a resolution was passed in the second meeting of the International Socialist Conference in 1889, in which it was announced that May 1 would be celebrated as International Labor Day and this day would be a holiday for all workers and workers. With this, the foundation to set 8 hours for work in all countries of the world, including India, was laid.

Beginning in India

Labor Day in India began on 1 May 1923 in Chennai. The Labor Farmers Party of Hindustan in India started in Madras on 1 May 1923. This was the occasion when the red color flag was first used as a symbol of Labor Day. This was the beginning of the Labor movement in India, led by leftist and socialist parties. The workers were organized all over the world and were raising their voices against the atrocities and exploitation happening with them.

Russia created the world's first coronavirus vaccine for animals


Apart from humans, animals are also suffering from coronavirus. In such a situation, Russia has now made the world's first vaccine against the coronavirus for animals. The name of this new vaccine made for animals is Carnivac-Cov. Roselkhonajor, the organization that monitors the country's agricultural affairs, has given this information on Wednesday. Russia already has three coronavirus vaccines available to humans, the most popular of which is the Sputnik V vaccine. Moscow has also given emergency approval to two other vaccines Epivackorona and Covivac.

The organization said that the corona vaccine for animals has been developed by a single unit of Carnivac-Cov (Rosivkhonajor). Roselkhonajor Deputy Chief Konstantin Savenkov said the clinical trial of the vaccine began in October last year. This included dogs, cats, arctic foxes, minks, foxes, and other animals.

The results of the trial revealed that the vaccine was harmless to animals and highly immune. Antibodies to the coronavirus developed in all animals that were vaccinated. Immunization lasts six months after vaccination. Large-scale production of the vaccine may begin in early April.

International Astronomy Day: 2 May

International Astronomy Day

The International Astronomy Day is held twice every year around the world, the first on 2 May, and the second on 26 September. On this day, seminars, workshops, and other activities are organized by various museums and astronomical institutions to spread awareness regarding astronomy. In 1973, the first astronomy day was organized by Doug Berger, president of the Astronomical Association of Northern California. The primary purpose of organizing this day is to make the common public aware of the importance of astronomy and the entire universe and to help them develop an interest in it. The study of astronomy has been practiced for the last nearly 5,000 years and is considered to be the oldest of the allied science branches. After the invention of the telescope in the year 1608, the importance of science in increasing the mystery of the universe increased even more. Over time, technology has grown significantly over the last few decades and many theories and observations have been presented, which is making astronomy more progress.

Britain becomes the first country to allow driverless cars

Britain becomes the first country to allow driverless cars

Britain has become the first country in the world to be legally permitted to drive automatic cars on the roads. On Wednesday, the British government announced that self-propelled cars would be able to run at slower speeds on motorways. The country's Transport Ministry has said that the right words are being sought to make the Highway Code compatible with the new rules so that automated cars can be used safely. The ministry said that the first change under the new rules will be Automated Lane Keeping Systems (ALKS), through which such sensors and software will be used such that cars can brake while staying in their line and reduce or increase the speed as per the requirement. The British government has said that the use of ALKS will be limited to motorways and the maximum speed will be 60 kilometers per hour. The UK government has estimated that around 40 percent of UK cars will have self-driving capability by 2035. This will create 38,000 jobs in the country.

Canada announces financial assistance of Rs 70 crore to India

Canada announces financial assistance of Rs 70 crore to India

India is facing another wave of Coronavirus these days, due to which many countries of the world are helping India in different ways. In this episode, Canada has also given great help to India. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a grant of US $ 10 million or about 70 crore rupees to India to fight corona infection. Due to increasing cases of the corona, there was a lot of burden on the health department, due to which the situation got worse. Let us know that earlier other countries have also announced to help India. There are many such countries, including America, France, and Saudi Arabia, who are coming forward and helping India. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that 'the Government of Canada has provided $ 10 million to the Red Cross Society of India on behalf of Canada Red Cross Society, with this money, medical goods can be purchased'.

Uttarakhand Government prohibits Chardham Yatra

Chardham Yatra

The Uttarakhand government has banned the Chardham Yatra to be held this year in view of the rising infection of the Kovid epidemic. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat said that Chardham's visit is postponed in view of the increase in Kovid cases in the state. Only priests can worship there. For the people of the whole country, Chardham Yatra is called off for now. Let me tell you, last year, due to the infection of Corona, the Uttarakhand government had banned the Char Dham Yatra.

The yatra was scheduled to begin on 14 May 2021. On May 14, the Char Dham Yatra was, to begin with, the opening of the Yamunotri temple doors. Devotees visit Badrinath, Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri in Uttarakhand under the famous Chardham Yatra in Uttarakhand. Millions of people participate in this journey. Devotees from different states of the country arrive here to participate in the yatra.

15 lakh crore road construction target in next two years

15 lakh crore road construction target in next two years

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari recently announced that the Government of India has set a road construction target of Rs 15 lakh crore in the next two years. To achieve this goal, the Government of India aims to construct 40 km of road per day in 2021-22. The government of India is allowing 100 percent foreign direct investment in the road sector. This will help in promoting the National Infrastructure Pipeline (NIP). Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways and Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), Shri Nitin Gadkari said that the government is giving utmost priority to the development of infrastructure and set a target of road construction in the next two years at a cost of Rs 15 lakh crore. is.

According to NHAI data, 37 km of road is being constructed every day. Which will soon be increased to 40 km per day. At the same time, NHAI recently set a world record by constructing a 2,580-meter four-lane highway in 24 hours.

Soli Sorabjee died at the age of 91

Soli Sorabjee

Former Attorney General of the country Soli Sorabjee has died on Friday morning. He was 91 years old. He breathed his last in a private hospital in Delhi. He was admitted here due to Corona being infected.

Soli Sorabji was born in Maharashtra in 1930, in 1953 he started his practice at Bombay High Court. Sorabjee served as Attorney General from 1989 to 1990, the second time he held this responsibility from 1998 to 2004. Soli Sorabji was Attorney General at the time when Ram Jethmalani was the Law Minister of the country. He also received the Padma Vibhushan Samman in 2002. He was associated with the legal profession for nearly seven decades. Sorabji used to be counted among the big human rights lawyers. In March 2006, he was elected the Honorary Member of the Order of Australia for serving bilateral legal relations between Australia and India. He was the Chairman of the UN-Sub Commission formed to protect and promote human rights between 1998-2004. Sorabji is counted among those lawyers who have played a major role in the expansion of India's constitutional laws.

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