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  • Durga puja, also called Durgotsava, is an annual Hindu festival in the Indian subcontinent that reveres the Hindu goddess Durga. It is particularly popular in the Indian states of West Bengal, Assam, Bihar,Tripura, and Odisha, the nation-state of Bangladesh and the diaspora from this region, and also in Nepal where it is celebrated as Dashain. The festival is observed in the Indian calendar month of Ashwin, which corresponds to the months of September/October in the Gregorian calendar, and is a ten-day festival, of which the last five are typically special. The puja is performed in homes and in the public, featuring temporary stage decorations (known as pandals), scripture recitations, performance arts, revelry, and processions. It is a major…

  • 76th anniversary of the battle at the mound of Rome. The vice mayor of Rome Luca Bergamo presides over the commemoration.

  • The Shia muslim communities of Kolkata mourns Imam Hussain Ali's death on the day of Ashura by flagellating themselves on the 10th day of the first month of Islamic calendar, Muharram (Second holiest month after Ramzan). They staged processions and arranged rally to mark the death anniversary of the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed.

  • Score's of people gathered on Friday after prayers to protest against the scrapping of special status Article 35A in Jammu and Kashmir. Article 35A was a special status of Jammu and Kashmir, which was scrapped by the recent government of India. Meanwhile authorities imposed curfew like restrictions in parts of valley to curb any unlawful activities and to maintain law and order situation's.

  • From a Santal village of Babu Dying. Babu Dying is one of the emerging tourist places from the northern side of the country. These Santal families are living here for around hundred years.

  • Lusciano - Caserta this evening thousands of people along with the institutional leaders of neighboring cities have marched through the streets of the city of Lusciano in the province of Caserta, against the toxic fires illegally generated by local mafias

  • Representative of the United States Consulate General in Surabaya, East Java Andrew Kelly observes the lowlands until it rises to the hills of the Kresek Madiun Monument area

  • Members of the NYC activist group Rise and Resist held a demonstration in front of the U.S. Courthouse in Foley Square to demand the release of Trump's financial records on August 23, 2019, the day Trump's lawyers (Consovoy McCarthy Park) appeared again to represent the Trumps and Trump Organization in the Southern District Court of New York trying to prevent Deutsche Bank and Capital One from complying with subpoenas issued by the US Congress House Committees.

  • Change of guard of Corazzieri at the Quirinale, seat of the president of the republic.

  • Members of the activist group Rise and Resist and concerned New Yorkers held a silent protest at the plaza outside the Staten Island Ferry Terminal, holding NO RAIDS/CLOSE THE CAMPS/ABOLISH ICE banners, photographs of the children who have died in ICE custody, and photographs of the detention camps to object the Border Patrol and ICE cruel and inhumane treatment of immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

  • Children from Minority religion are celebrating India's 73rd Independence Day.

  • Olympiacos has won Basaksehir 2-0 in the Stadium Georgios Karaiskakis in Greece, for the third qualifying round of UEFA Champions League. Now Olympiacos is going for the play-off of UEFA Champions League.

  • Members of the Sunrise Movement hubs from all across New York state gathered for a raucous rally on August 13, 2019 outside of the DNC headquarters on 420 Lexington Avenue in New York City to pressure the NY members of the DNC to vote for a climate debate when the DNC gathers in San Francisco on August 22-24.

  • New York residents, activists, community organizers, and elected officials held a rally at Adam Clayton Powell Jr. State Office Building on August 11, 2019 before embarking on a march, which made stops at Frederick Douglas Circle, Museum of Natural History, Columbus Circle and culminate at Trump Tower; to issue a warning to City and State officials to address long-standing issues of public disinvestment, institutional racism, and criminalization of poverty.

  • Hundreds of New Yorkers joined the Close the Camps NYC coalition at Madison square on August 10, 2019 for a rally and march to fight for immigration justice, call for an end to the concentration camps being used to house migrants, and take direct action against immigration raids in NYC. Over 50 demonstrators were arrested on disorderly conduct charges after blocking the West Side Highway during the march.

  • New Yorkers Against Gun Violence, Youth Against Guns, Gays Against Guns, Borough President Eric L. Adams, civil rights lawyer Norman Siegel, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez, numerous local elected officials and other advocates gathered for a candlelight vigil in Prospect Park on August 5, 2019 to mourn the lives lost during recent mass shootings in Brownsville, Dayton, El Paso, and Gilroy.

  • Union Home Minister Amit Shah arrives at Parliament House during the ongoing budget session, Shah moved statutory resolutions in the Rajya Sabha to revoke article 370 in Jammu & Kashmir.

  • Patriot hold National flag to show solidarity with nation and country in front of Minar-e-Pakistan as ahead of 72nd National Independence Day celebration. Worker is busy in cleaning of Minar-e-Pakistan as ahead of 72nd National Independence Day celebrations” The annual celebration is every 14th day of August. The country gained its independence from the British rule on August 14, 1947 during the celebration, people parade and dress-up in green and white, which are Pakistan's official flag colors.

  • The Jericho Walk, organized by New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City on August 1, 2019 took place outside New York Immigration Court at 26 Federal Plaza in New York as part of an effort to show solidarity with immigrants rights leaders who have been targeted for speaking out against the injustices and inhumanity of our broken immigration system and who call for an immigration law and policy that respect the dignity of all immigrants.

  • Horse race which was held in every Sawan month known as Gaharebagi. The Month of Sawan marks complete devotion of Lord Shiva by observing fasts, especially on Mondays, which are dedicated to Lord Shiva and are known as ‘Shravan Somvar Vrat’. Some even, observe fasts on Tuesdays, which was known as ‘Mangala Gauri Vrat’.

  • In the aftermath of Trump Tower forbidding protest signs, placards and posters, activists from the group Rise and Resist circumvented the rule staging a protest on July 31, 2019 conveying their message supporting the four congresswomen attacked by Trump’s recent racially inflammatory tweets by wearing T-shirts printed with messages demanding to stop the attacks on them.

  • Neighbors, local parents, immigrant workers and their children gathered together on July 30, 2019 for a demonstration in front of Whole Foods Market (owned by Amazon) in Brooklyn to say NO to the normalization of Amazon/ICE in our communities and to call on Amazon to end contracts with ICE citing Amazon’s core tech role in ICE detention.

  • Thousands of tourists visit the monuments of the capital every day.

  • Museums Island in Berlin

  • Music Directors duo Salim Merchant, Sulaiman Merchant, Bollywood singer Pratibha Singh Baghel, tv actress Kanika Maheshwari during the press conference for the upcoming pure Indian musical theater live play based on the legendary novel Umrao Jaan written by Mirza Hadi Ruswa.

  • Nationally recognized immigrant rights leader and activist Ravi Ragbir accompanied by the community he built gathered on July 24, 2019 at Foley Square, at his mandatory ICE check-in despite having in place a stay granted by the Second Circuit that temporarily prevents his deportation.

  • Last day for the Programmatic statements in Hellenic Parliament and has ended up in a confidence vote. Greek government took the confidence by the parliament with 158 votes in an amount of 300 deputies.

  • A view of huge crowd of Trinamool Congress supporters taking part in the Martyrs Day rally addressed by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee . Martyrs Day is observed by Trinamool Congress to commemorate the death of 13 Youth Congress workers in police during a rally under Mamata Banerjee in the year 1993.

  • Session of Hellenic Parliament for the Programmatic statements of Government. Greek Prime minister gave a speech presenting the plan of his government. The session will end up on monday, with vote process for the confidence of the government

  • After the speech of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, political leaders of the parties in the parliament, gave their speech concerning the programmatic statements of the greek government.

  • The Luftwaffe Historical Museum is located in Berlin, on the surface of the former military airport of Gatow. The airport was built in 1934-35 and was originally designed as an academy for Hitler's Luftwaffe officers. Berlin-Gatow was one of the four training airports in Nazi Germany. At the end of World War II the complex was initially occupied by the Red Army. When Berlin was divided into four parts, Gatow was part of the English sector, and then became an RAF airport from July 1945, playing a key role during the airlift to Berlin in 1948-49, when the Allies supported supplies to Berlin for over a year. gatow was Berlin's second allied airport, after Tempelhof. In the following decade the air base was used by the British Army Air…

  • New Deputies of Hellenic Parliament gave their oath, political and religious, in a ceremony that took place in Hellenic Parliament.

  • Fireworks show of the Bell Tower for the Feast of the Madonna del Carmine, in Piazza Mercato Naples.

  • More than 40 members of the direct action group Rise and Resist were arrested after shutting down rush hour traffic at the intersection of 42nd Street and Fifth Avenue in the heart of New York City on July 15, 2019 advocating for immigrants’ rights and demanding the public wake up, take action, and end the border crisis terror and the terror inflicted on immigrant communities. Activists held three banners that read, “Close the Camps”, “No Raids”, and “Abolish ICE”. Some members also wore fluorescent work vests with the words “Abolish ICE.”

  • Members from the activist group People's Power Assemblies NYC organized a rally and march in Brooklyn on July 13, 2019 to remember and uplift the life of Sandra Bland and other Black women who died in the hands of police, and other agents of the state. July 13 marks the four year anniversary of Sandra Bland’s death. She was found hanging in a jail cell three days after being violently arrested for an alleged traffic violation.

  • Thousands of advocates, activists and community members flooded the streets at Foley Square, across from the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) New York Field Office on July 12, 2019 to join New Sanctuary Coalition and The New York Immigration Coalition at the Lights for Liberty vigil, deemed one of the largest solidarity actions in history with over 750 vigils across 5 continents. A light was lit for all those held in U.S. detention camps and to bring light to the darkness of the Trump administration’s horrific policies.

  • The first cabinet of the new Greek Government took place in Hellenic Parliament. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has presented to the cabinet the new model of government practice and also the priorities of his government.

  • Shashi Tharoor, Congress MP Lok Sabha , along with Bhaichung Bhutia, Indian Footballer during the launch of “Gandhi - Mandela Peace Initiative” & “Launch of Gandhi-Mandela Peace Scholarship”

  • Members of the new Greek government, gave their religious oath to the orthodox Archbishop Ieronimos, in the presence of the President of Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos and of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis.

  • After his religious oath, President of New Democracy party and new Greek Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis met with former Greek Prime Minister, Alexis Tsipras in Maximos Mansion. At the end of the meeting, Alexis Tsipras has welcomed the new Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and at the end of their meeting has left the office of the Greek Prime Minister in Maximos Mansion.

  • President of Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos, has accepted the visit of President of Hellenic Parliament Nikos Voutsis. Mr Voutsis has delivered to Mr. Pavlopoulos the official results of the Greek elections, concerning the percentage that political parties will have in the new parliament.

  • Kyriakos Mitsotakis, President of New Democracy party, made statements after the announcement that his party has won the Greek National Elections.

  • President of New Democracy Party Kyriakos Mitsotakis has voted for Greek National Elections. kyriakos Mitsotakis after his voting said that: "The election is the great celebration of the Republic. I stand with respect in front of the popular verdict" and added the following ""Today Greek women and Greeks get the fortunes of the place in their hands. I'm sure tomorrow morning will be a better day for our country. Good vote for everyone."

  • Chief Minister of West Bengal Mrs. Mamata Banerjee inaugurated 48th Kolkata ratha Yatra 2019 with the other celebrity and new elected MP Nusrat Jahan

  • Constituents of Congressman Gregory Meeks showed up at his Rockaway offices to demand the closure of inhumane child Detention centers in the #CloseTheCamps Protest as part of a national day of action in response to the inhumane conditions in Trump's detention centers. Participants read testimonies from people held at the camps to Meeks' staff, followed by a written statement from the Congressman.

  • Indian and Pakistani Sikh pilgrims gather at the mausoleum of Maharaja Ranjit Singh during commemorations for his 180th death anniversary. Sikh pilgrims arrived in Pakistan to attend a ceremony marking the 180th death anniversary of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the founder of the Sikh empire. Maharaja Ranjit Singh, who was a former Sikh ruler of the united Punjab region under British colonial rule, at the Gurdwara Dera Sahib temple.

  • Thousands of New Yorkers ditched the corporate sponsored Heritage of Pride Parade to participate on the Reclaim Pride Coalition's Queer Liberation March on June 30, 2019 where no police, politicians or corporations were allowed to participate. About 50 thousand people participated on the march starting at the Stonewall National monument up Sixth Avenue ending with a rally at the Great Lawn in Central Park.

  • Punjab’s minister for tourism, Raja Yasir Humayun, Director General of Wall City Authority Kamran Lashari, Bobby Singh Bansal Sikh Khalsa (SK) Foundation head and other inaugurates after placing the Statue of Maharaja Ranjeeth Singh during his 180th death anniversary organized by Wall City Authority at historical Lahore Fort in Lahore on June 27, 2019. The seven feet tall statue of one of the greatest Sikh conquerors and administrators has been installed with the wall of Haveli Mai Jinda, where his beloved wife Maharani Jind Kaur, once resided. Singh’s own cremated ashes are not far away from the place since they were enshrined in a building outside the citadel after he peacefully passed away in his sleep in 1839. The Lahore Walled City Authority…

  • Award of the Honoris Causa graduation in Archeology, for the scientific divulger Alberto Angela.

  • Reenactment of the battle of the bocage that took place in Normandy 75 years ago in the museum of the civil war of the cuetu and parade through the streets of Lugones.