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Quami Ekta Week from Nov 19

As in previous years, Quami Ekta Week will be observed this year also from November 19 to 25, 2014 throughout the state.

The opening day will be marked as National Integration Day emphasising on secularism, anti-communalism and non-violence.

November 20 will be observed as Welfare of Minorities Day where special fraternal processions will be taken out.

November 21 will be celebrated as Linguistic Harmony Day where literacy functions,Kavi Sammelans will be organized to enable people of each region to appreciate the linguistic heritage of other parts of India.

November 22 will be celebrated as Weaker Sections Day. Meetings and rallies will be organized to highlight items under various government programmes which help SCs and STs and weaker sections with particular emphasis on the distribution of surplus land to landless labourers.

November 23 will be celebrated as Cultural Unity Day, where cultural functions will be organized to present the Indian tradition of unity in diversity and for promoting the cultural conservation and integration.

November 24 will be celebrated as Women’s Day where the importance of women in Indian society and their role in development of nation-building will be highlighted.

Finally, November 25 will be observed as Conservation Day. Meetings and functions will be organized to emphasise the growing need for awareness and action to conserve the environment.

In addition to this, National Integration Pledge will be taken on November 19 in all government offices. Meetings, seminars, functions and cultural programmes will mark the entire week. 

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