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  • On the occasion of Holocaust Memorial Day, this morning, January 27, 2022, President of Chamber of Deputies Roberti Fico and President of Senate Maria Elisabetta Alberti Casellati placed a wreath under the plaque commemorating round-up and deportation of Jews of Rome, which took place on October 16, 1943. Senator Liliana Segre, President of Jewish Community of Rome Ruth Dureghello and Chief Rabbi of Jewish Community of Rome Riccardo Di Segni also participated

  • India marks as its Republic Day every year, this year the country is celebrating its 73rd Republic Day. January 26, 1950 the Indian Constitution came into effect and India became a sovereign state, declaring it a republic. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar headed the Drafting Committee of the Constitution. Additionally, Constitution Day is celebrated in India on November 26 every year, as on November 26, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution of India.

  • India is celebrating the 73rd Republic Day all across the nation. The celebrations this year are special as India is in the 75th year of Independence – being celebrated as ‘Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav’. On this occasion, an annual parade takes place at India-Bangladesh border side village Tehatta.

  • Rajasthan Education Minister Dr. Bulaki Das Kalla addressing during 73rd Republic Day celebration at Karni Singh Stadium.

  • A blood donation camp organized by the Indian Red Cross Society Tehatta Sub-Div Branch & West Bengal Voluntary Blood Donors Forum in the occasion of 'National Youth Day' at Tehatta, West Bengal, India on 12/01/2022.

  • Girdhar Vyas, who claims to sport the longest mustache in the world, poses with the national flag on the eve of 73rd Republic Day.

  • Heavy snowfall is hitting all Greece. Athens is facing big problems caused by the heavy " snowfall storm" which has started from morning and its expected to last till Tuesday.

  • Indian army performs full dress rehearsal before the Republic Day 2022.

  • India will observe its 73rd Republic Day. Republic Day marks an important event in India’s history. It commemorates the enactment of the constitution of India which came into effect on January 26, 1950.

  • The Historic Wandere Car at Netaji Subash Chandra Bose House in Kolkata.

  • Also this year, before the Day of Remembrance which is celebrated on January 27, 18 new "stolpersteins", cubes with a brass plate, were installed along the streets of Rome, in front of the last homes of the victims of Nazi deportations, and bear the name of the deportee, age, date of deportation and, when known, the date of death or possible release. The project was conceived in Germany by the German artist Gunter Demnig in 1993. The project, for Rome, is curated by Adachiara Zevi

  • Rehearsals for beating retreat ceremony celebrations 2022, at Rajpath, in New Delhi, India. The Beating Retreat ceremony marks the end of four-day-long Republic Day celebrations. It is held on January 29 every year to showcase India's military might, rich diversity and cultural heritage.

  • Gufkral: Kashmiri potters who are keeping alive the neolithic heritage of India.

  • The rehearsals were going on for Republic Day Parade. This parade was done in Covid pandemic situation. Republic day in India is celebrated on January 26 every year. This year, the country will be celebrating its 73rd Republic Day Constitution of India was adopted in 1950 after attaining Independence on 15 August 1947.

  • All pilgrims and Sadhus are enjoyed for took Holy Bath on Makar Sankranti Punyatithi. Makar Sankranti or Uttarayan or Maghi or simply Sankranti, also known in Bangladesh and West Bengal as Poush Sankranti, and in Nepal as Maghe Sankranti, sankranti here means ‘transfer’, this day is considered as the transition day of Sun into the Capricorn. Now the sun moves northwards in the Hindu calendar, dedicated to the deity Surya (sun), many native festivals are organised all over India. It is observed each year the day Sun enters the Capricorn zodiac which corresponds with the month of January as per the Gregorian calendar. A holy man, Kardam Muni, made a pact with Vishnu that he would undergo the rigours of marital life, on the condition that Vishnu…

  • Makara Sankraanti and Pilgrims are ready for "Punnya Snan (Holy Bath)".

  • Yesterday Gangasagar mela 2022 has been started with maintaining COVID protocol. Pilgrims, Sadhus and also Naga Sadhus are came for "Punnya Snaan" On 14th January as "Makar Sankranti" Tithi.

  • Today is the birth anniversary of the great preacher and philosopher, Swami Vivekananda. We must always remember the message of peace and brotherhood that Swami Ji stood for. It was celebrated in front of Swami Vivekananda"s house.People gathered at Swamiji"s residence to pay respect to him. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee pays tribute to Swami Vivekananda on 159th birth anniversary.

  • The historical statue of god "Padmapani Lokeshwar", which went missing 44 years ago from a Buddhist monastery in Naxal, Kathmandu has been restored according to culture and tradition to its original monastery.

  • The National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italian: Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli, sometimes abbreviated to MANN) is an important Italian archaeological museum, particularly for ancient Roman remains. Its collection includes works from Greek, Roman and Renaissance times, and especially Roman artifacts from the nearby Pompeii, Stabia and Herculaneum sites. From 1816 to 1861 it was known as Real Museo Borbonico ("the Royal Bourbon Museum").

  • Activists took over the steps of Manhattan’s Main Library, marking the one-year anniversary of the January 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The group called on Attorney General Merrick Garland to indict who they deem the "real coup leaders," including Donald Trump, Mark Meadows, Jim Jordan, and Ivanka Trump. (Photo by Michael Nigro)

  • Amid concerns over the new, highly transmissible Omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2, vaccination began for the children between 15 to 18-year-old age.

  • About 150km from Kolkata, in South 24 Parganas district, the island of Sagar is considered auspicious by the Hindus, who gather here at this time of the year to take a holy dip at the confluence of the Ganga and the Bay of Bengal and believe that all their sins will be washed off. As Kolkata acts as a transit point, Sadhus of all ages and backgrounds make a pit stop here and then avail the government buses to go to Ganga Sagar mela and come back too. The days they wait here at Babughat area on their way and back to Sagar Island becomes Gangasagar Transit Camp.

  • The prevalence of new cases of omicron (COVID-19) in West Bengal is increasing day by day, The West Bengal government is imposing restrictions on the residents of the state to prevent the third wave of coronavirus and everyone has been requested to Gathering forbidden and use the mask-sanitizer must. This photo was taken at a yearly rural winter fair at Tehatta, where in most cases the rules are not being followed.

  • An attractive eye catching stunning view of first sunrise of the year near historical Badshahi Mosque during morning time in Lahore

  • People celebrating the Christmas in the capital city New Delhi. Most of the Churches in New Delhi is closed for common visitors on Christmas amid the Omicron threat. As the increase in Covid-19 cases in Delhi is worrying - 180 Friday. Active Covid cases - including all known strains - are now 624. Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ, observed primarily on December 25 as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world.

  • St. Paul's Cathedral church and Bow Barracks celebration Merry Christmas.

  • The Kolkata Polo Season 2021 was held at the world oldest polo ground the Pat willamson Polo Ground at the Royal Calcutta Turf Club from 20th to 31st December 2021. The polo season has been showcase some of the finest talents in the Indian Army wherein teams from the Army Service Corps, Armoured Corps Centre and School, Remount Veterinary Corps, Indian Artillery and 61 Cavalry would be perticipating for three coveted trophies i.e. Rising Sun Polo Cup, Fort William Challange Cup and Army Commander's Polo Cup. Rising Sun Polo Cup a low goal, 4-Goal, polo tournament. In the last season the finals were palyed between ASC and 61 Cav team and this season it was played between ASC and ARMD team.

  • Kolkata's Durga pujo was added to the list of Special Cultural Heritage at the 16th session of UNESCO held in Paris, France on 15 December. A message on social media said that Durga pujo was listed as a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage. Welcoming the recognition with joy and enthusiasm. The Durga Puja of Kolkata has been awarded the UNESCO Intangible Heritage list by UNESCO. To celebrate that recognition, the organizers of various Pujo Committees of Kolkata marched on Wednesday. The walk from the front of the Academy of Fine Arts to Dorina Crossing. Balloons from various colourful posters thanking UNESCO, everything was present. In keeping with the joy of Pujo, this colourful procession goes on playing drums and drums. Even on the streets…

  • View of Rome's monuments from the historic center in Rome

  • Suparni, 65, a retired East Timorese Operation Seroja war with permanent disability as a result of being shot in the leg by enemy bullets, last rank of Sergeant Two from the Army Strategic Command unit, who is also an athlete with a javelin throwing disability, who has also made the nation proud from a number of medals won at various prestigious Asian Paragames championships, when he was photographed wearing a prosthetic leg, in front of his house in Wisma Seroja, Bekasi City, a housing complex for veterans of Operation Seroja East Timor. Suparni's serious face shone when he recounted his experience in the Battle of Operation Seroja in East Timor, now known as Timor Leste. Operation Seroja was launched nine days after East Timor proclaimed…

  • People during the event marking 2 years of Attack on Jamia Millia Islamia, Central University on 15th December 2019. On 15th December 2019 the Delhi Police and the RAF officials entered the University without permission of the administration. The police and RAF officials made disproportionate use of force against students. Amongst other weaponries, pellets, rubber bullets and even live ammunition was discharged against young, protesting students. Tear gas shells and sound bombs were used indiscriminately, including in confined spaces. Police and RAF officials caused grievous injuries to students. One student was blinded owing to lathi-charge by the police, while several others suffered from fracture and head injuries. The Fact Finding committee…

  • 50th Intellectuals memorial day observed in Dhaka on 14th December 2021. Thousands of peoples gathered to pay homage to late intellectuals at Rayerbazar intellectuals memorial.

  • Indian farmers leaving the protest site Singhu Border on the outskirts of New Delhi, India, Saturday, December 12, 2021 and returning to their home after the government agreed to their demands, including assurances to consider guaranteed prices for all produce.

  • Buddhist monks and people farewell the passing of the Revered monk Somdet Phra Maha Ratchamangalacharn, aka Somdet Chuang, abbot of Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen, a former operative on behalf of the Supreme Patriarch of Thailand. at Wat Paknam Phasi Charoen.

  • Every minute a child goes blind somewhere in the world. India has an estimated 320,000 blind children, highest in the world. The number of blind children in the world was 1.5 million in 1990, which reduced to 1.14 million in 2015.1 Childhood blindness is the second largest cause of blind-person years, followed by cataract. Globally, approximately 70 million blind person years are caused by childhood blindness. Approximately 500 000 children become blind every year and about half of them die within one or two years of becoming blind.

  • The ongoing farmers protest which started on 9th August 2020 against the three farm laws enforced by the Indian government has now completed a whole year. Amidst the harsh weather conditions the Indian farmers from different parts of India have been participating in the revolt with full enthusiasm. They have been living in the tents and small camps run by the Sikh community. Life has not been easy for these people living in the Border areas away from their homes for more than a year. The Indian government has taken back the farm laws as announced by PM Modi recently but the final verdict is yet to come.

  • The anti-junta group, led by iLaw, organized a demolition event of the NCPO's legacy and held a forum on lessons learned from threats to people's freedom in the NCPO era in front of the Thai Parliament Building. On the occasion of the "draft Act on the repeal of announcements and orders of the NCPO" from the signatures of more than 13,409 people, waiting for consideration and will be included on the agenda of the House of Representatives.

  • Farmers gather to mark the first anniversary of their protest against the controversial farm laws on the outskirts of the capital city Delhi at Pakora Chowk near Tikri Border on November 27, 2021.

  • Around in via San Gregorio Armeno, in the heart of the historic center of Naples, famous throughout the world for being the cavity of the crib. There the nativity artists, in their historic workshops, handcraft the reproduction of the Christian nativity and a whole series of figurines.

  • The photos show pieces from the exhibition "Tutankhamun's journey to eternity" at the Castel dell'ovo in Naples, southern Italy, on November 27, 2021. Inaugurated on October 23, 2021, the exhibition includes 60 authentic artefacts from the Egyptian collection of the Archaeological Museum of Florence and about 100 official replicas (Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities) of the most important objects in the treasure of Tutankhamun who is embarking on a world tour. Scenographic reconstructions, the use of cutting-edge technologies and a section entirely dedicated to virtual reality offer visitors the opportunity to experience the incredible emotions experienced by the discovering archaeologist Howard Carter.

  • To mark Bangladesh's 50th independence, Indian Army organized this program. The celebration of this historical achievement will be graced by eminent personalities. Tollywood actors and actresses also present there.

  • Bollywood actor Ajay Devgan and music director M M Karim during the song and teaser launch of their upcoming movie RRR.

  • Indian Army in Kolkata celebrated 'Swarnim Vijay Varsh' to mark the 50th anniversary of India's victory over Pakistan in the 1971 war.

  • Thousands of people attended the 95th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.

  • A walk through the painting Galleries at Indian Museum and workshop in central courtyard,tracing the evolution of visual language from Mughal miniatures to the Bengal school. A unique opportunity for art lovers to experience the painting Galleries through an interactive sketch walk and discussion with Arnab Basu, the head of the art section at the Indian Museum an Swarup Dutta, artist, educator and scenographer. Local visitor came for visiting painting and art.

  • The birthday of the founder of the Sikh religion 'Shri Guru Nanak Dev' was celebrated on 19th November 2021 in India on the day of the full moon. The pious day holds special significance for the Sikh community as it is the birthday of their Lord. The 'Prakash Utsav', the lighting of candles and lamps is observed on this day beside the water pool at the Gurudwara. Amidst the covid restrictions, the festival was celebrated with full vigor and enthusiasm at the Gurdwara Bangla Saheb, the biggest Gurudwara in Delhi.

  • Parade organized by the Mexican government in commemoration of the 111th anniversary of the Mexican revolution. Military, actors disguised as historical figures, horseman and horsewoman participated. November 20, 2021, Mexico City

  • Bangkok Railway Station also known as "Hua Lamphong", the center of the rail transport system, Thailand's oldest, 105 years old, in the heart of Bangkok, soon all trains, especially long-distance trains will be moved to use Bang Sue Central Station as a new terminal.

  • The traditional march to the American Embassy has ended late Wednesday afternoon in the memory of the 48 years since the student uprising at the Polytechnic. Strong forces of Greek Police has remained on alert in the area of ​​Exarcheia and in the building of the National Technical University of Athens. According to police sources, the participants in the march ranged between 15,000 - 20,000 people.