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Today is two important days. First, World Tourism Day. Second, Daughters Day. Both have their own importance. At the same time, two important events in the history of India's political and judiciary took place on this day.
First of all, World Tourism Day
- The sector that has been hit the most by Coronavirus is the tourism sector. This year, World Tourism Day is not only highlighting the importance of the travel sector in saving and encouraging culture and heritage. This year it is also encouraging to rethink the future of the tourism industry. According to the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), 100 to 120 million tourism-related jobs have been directly affected by Kovid-19. The negative impact of tourism is that the UN Conference on Trade and Development has projected a 1.5 to 2.8% drop in global GDP.
- On September 27, 1970, UNWTO regulations were approved in the UN. This was a major achievement in the field of global tourism. To make this day memorable, World Tourism Day is being celebrated on 27 September in the whole world since 1980. The purpose of celebrating this day is to raise awareness about tourism so as to provide social, cultural, political and economic value to the international community.
Today also Daughters Day …
- Until some time ago, in India, there was a great desire for sons. Complaints of female feticide were also increasing rapidly. Then Daughters Day began to be celebrated against discrimination against girls and to raise awareness on the issue of gender equality. This day, usually dedicated to girls, is celebrated on the fourth Sunday of September. On 27 September this year, Daughters Day will be celebrated in India. There are a few more countries including the US, UK, Canada and Germany that will celebrate Daughters Day. In some countries, on 25 September, in some countries, October 1 is also celebrated as Daughters Day. No one knows when it started. However, over the years, its trend has increased rapidly due to social media.
Two years ago, the Supreme Court said – Husband is not God!
- In 2018, the Supreme Court struck down the law that criminalises adultery. A five-judge bench headed by the then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra declared section 497 of the IPC invalid. Justice Mishra said that the quality of our democracy is of I, Tum and Hum. Adults are not a crime in countries like China, Japan, Australia. This may be the result of trouble at weddings and not its cause. It would be wrong to call it a crime. The judgment also said that a husband cannot be his wife's mentor.
This day in history is also remembered for these events …
- 1290 ः The earthquake in the Gulf of Chile in China killed about one million people.
- 1760 ः Mir Qasim became the Nawab of Bengal with the help of the East India Company.
- 1825 The world's first public rail transport began with the start of the Stockton-Darlington line in England.
- 1833 The great social reformer King Rammohan Roy passed away.
- 1871 Birth of Vithalbhai Patel, elder brother of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel and freedom fighter.
- 1905: The great scientist Albert Einstein introduced the theory of E = MC square.
- 1958 Mihir Sen became the first Indian to swim across the British Channel.
- 1961 Sierra Leone became the hundredth member of the United Nations.
- 1996: Taliban fighters captured Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
- 2001: The central government banned the Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI). Violence erupted in Lucknow over this and four people died.
- 2014: Actress-turned-politician, former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.J. Jayalalithaa was convicted by the court in an 18-year-old corruption case and sentenced to four years in prison.
- 2015: Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned from California and ended his visit to California. During this time he promised to make India the next Silicon Valley.