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World Chagas Disease Day

World Chagas Disease Day is observed every year on 14 April. This disease is also called American trypanosomiasis/silent/silent disease. The purpose of celebrating this day is to increase public awareness and visibility of the resources needed for the prevention, control or eradication of Chagas disease. This year the day was observed under the theme ‘Finding and reporting every case to defeat Chagas disease’.

This disease is called a silent or silent disease because no symptoms are seen when this infected disease occurs. Not only this, the patient himself does not initially realize that he is getting infected with this disease. Around 6-7 million people worldwide are infected with Chagas disease, of which 10,000 people die each year. Given the severity of the disease, it has been included in 11 official global public health campaigns identified by the World Health Organization.


In the 72nd World Health Assembly held on 24 May 2019, the World Health Organization approved the celebration of World Chagas Disease Day on 14 April every year. Thus the first World Chagas Disease Day was observed on April 14, 2020. The day is named after the Brazilian doctor Carlos Ribeiro Justiniano Chagas because he was the one who diagnosed the first case of the disease on April 14, 1909.

Himachal Day

‘Himachal Divas is celebrated every year on 15th April in Himachal Pradesh. This day marks the memory of the creation of Himachal Pradesh. The literal meaning of Himachal Pradesh is ‘snow-covered area’. It is located in the northern part of India. It is bounded by Jammu and Kashmir in the north, Punjab in the west, Haryana in the south-west, Uttarakhand in the south-east and Tibet in the east. It is spread over an area of ​​55,673 square kilometers. The official languages ​​of the state are Hindi and Sanskrit.

History of Himachal Pradesh:

  • After Independence, Himachal Pradesh Was Formed On 15th April 1948 As The Chief Commissioner’s Province.
  • Himachal Pradesh Was Made A “C” Category State On January 25, 1950.
  • It Was Declared A Union Territory On 1 November 1956.
  • In The Year 1966, The Hilly Regions Of Punjab Were Included In Himachal Pradesh.
  • The Parliament Passed The Himachal Pradesh Act On 18 December 1970.
  • After This, On January 25, 1971, Himachal Pradesh Came Into Existence As A Full-Fledged State And Became The 18th State Of India At That Time.

Prime Minister’s Museum inaugurated

Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the ‘Pradhan Mantri Sangrahalaya’ in New Delhi on April 14, 2022. The contribution of the Prime Ministers of India will be displayed in this museum.

Important point:

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi Bought The First Ticket For This Museum.
  • The Museum Was Inaugurated On Ambedkar Jayanti.
  • The Museum Is Built On 10,000 Square Meters Of Land In Teen Murti Bhavan, Near The Nehru Memorial Museum Library.
  • Energy Conservation Practices Have Been Incorporated Into The Design Of This Museum.
  • There Will Be A Total Of 43 Galleries In This Museum.
  • For Indians, The Ticket Price For This Museum Has Been Kept At Rs 100 Online And Rs 110 In Offline Mode.
  • There Is A 50% Discount On Tickets For Children Between The Ages Of 5 And 12 And 25% Off For College And School Students.
  • Foreign Tourists Will Have To Pay 750 Rupees For A Ticket.

‘Amrit Samagam’ conference organized

Union Home Minister Amit Shah organized ‘Amrit Samagam’, a summit in New Delhi for the country’s cultural and tourism ministers.

Important point:

  • This Two-Day Conference Was Organized On 12 And 13 April As A Part Of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav (AKAM).
  • Initiatives Of AKAM Like Swatantra Swar, Har Ghar Jhanda, Digital District Repository, And Mera Gaon Meri Dharohar Were Discussed At The Conference.
  • The Tourism Ministry Focused On The Significant Contribution Made By The AKAM Campaign.

About the highlights of the conference:

Har Ghar Jhanda: This initiative has been started by the National Implementation Committee on 11 to 15 August 2022 with the aim of making all the countrymen hoist the national flag in their premises.

Digital District Repository: This initiative has been started with the objective of storing data at one place.

Swatantra Swar: Through this initiative, all the articles banned during the British Raj were highlighted. These articles were read by prominent personalities from different languages ​​of the country.

Mera Gaon Meri Dharohar: The Ministry of Culture in partnership with Common Service Centers (CSC) has started this initiative. Its objective is to promote the cultural identity of the villages.

Declaration of ‘Equality Day’ in Tamil Nadu

This year on the occasion of Ambedkar Jayanti, the Tamil Nadu government announced to celebrate Ambedkar’s birth anniversary as ‘Equality Day’.

Important point:

  • Equality Day Pledge Was Taken In All Government Offices Of The State.
  • The Purpose Of Establishing This Day Is To Completely End Caste Discrimination. 
  • Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s Works Will Also Be Translated And Published In The Tamil Language.
  • A Bronze Statue Of Babasaheb Will Also Be Installed At Ambedkar Manimandapam In The State’s Chennai City.
  • The State Government Had Earlier Declared Periyar’s Birth Anniversary (September 17) As Social Justice Day.

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