ETHIC IAS launches Optional Courses for OPSC Mains with following subjects. 1. HISTORY 2. PSIR 3. PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4. SOCIOLOGY 5. HOME SCIENCE 6. ODIA
Indian lawyer, activist, and politician Motilal Nehru belonged to the Indian National Congress. He was born in Prayagraj on May 6, 1861. He was the father of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India, and a member of the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty. After passing the bar exam in 1883, Motilal Nehru started working as […]
The first firemen Day was held in 1999 when five firemen tragically perished fighting a wildfire in Australia when the wind unexpectedly shifted and enveloped them in flames. It is observed on May 4th since that day is Saint Florian’s Day. Saint Florian is the patron saint of firefighters and is credited with being one […]
People all throughout the world observe Press Freedom Day on May 3 of each year. This year marks the 30th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day. There has been substantial progress made towards creating a free press and freedom of speech internationally since its announcement in 1993. The day will also serve as a reminder […]
Maharashtra Diwas is another name for it in Marathi. In Maharashtra, today is a public holiday. On May 1st, 1960, the Bombay State was divided, creating the state of Maharashtra.
Labour Day or May Day are other names for International Labour Day. It is observed on May 1st all across the world. Labour Day is known as Antarrashtriya Shramik Diwas or Kamgar Din in India.
Gujarat Day, also known as Gujarat Sthapana Divas, is held annually on May 1. The Bombay Reorganisation Act specifies that on this day in 1960, the state of Bombay was divided into two states. For the Marathi-speaking populace, one is Maharashtra and the other is Gujarat, respectively. On this day, Gujarat officially became a new […]
Bajirao I, one of the finest warriors in Indian history, reigned as Peshwa (Prime Minister) to the fourth Maratha Chhatrapati (king) Shahu from 1720 till his death on April 28, 1740. Bajirao I, who is regarded as the most important of the nine Peshwas from the Bhat line, altered the political landscape of India in […]