The 2oo years of history of the battalion commences with its raising at Badgaon on 30 November 1798 as 1/16 Bengal Native infantry. In the course of the next 152 years, this designation was to be altered eight times
The Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children (AWIC), the Indian Section of IBBY is hosting the 26th Congress of the International Board on Books For Young People (IBBY). The theme of the Congress is peace through children’s books.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10 December, 1948. This was the first ever, truly international proclamation of human rights and fundamental freedoms and set common standards of achievements for all peoples and all nations of this field.
Acharya Tulsi was born on 20th October, 1914 in a Jain family at Ladnun, a small town in district Nagaur of Rajasthan. He was brought by his mother having lost his father in childhood. Drawn form an early age to his mission in life at the age of eleven
Army Postal Service (APS) Centre is the Regimental Training Centre of the Corps of APS. The raising of APS Centre commenced in June 1948 and ended on November 30, 1948. It became a fully operational training centre from 01 December 1948 onwards.
Aruna Asaf Ali was born in 1990 at Kalka in Haryana, in a Bengali family of distinguished Brahmo-samaj lineage. She married Asaf Ali, a prominent lawyer of Delhi against convention. Very active in the National struggle for independence,
Raghavendra Sheshappa Pachapurkar alias Baba Raghavdas (1896-1958) was an ascetic, reformer and freedom fighter who made significant contributions to social causes like National unity, promotion of Hindi as a unifying language, Harijan welfare, Khadi and Village Industries and the Bhoodan Movement.
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