Important Events Of May-18


International Museum Day

  • Every year since 1978, May 18 is celebrated as International Museum Day.
  • Museums play a major role in educational development.
  • Worldwide the International Museum Advisory Board was established before World War II.
  • All museums in the world are connected with this system.
  • The King Center” in Atlanta, United States, is considered to be the best museum in the world in museums.

World AIDS Vaccine Day

  • HIV Vaccination is the most urgent need to prevent infection and AIDS.
  • Scientists and doctors are trying to find this.AIDS risk can be reduced by detecting vaccines.
  • AIDS Vaccine Awareness Day is observed on May 18, 1998, to raise awareness.

India Nuclear Test Day

  • Indira Gandhi was the Prime Minister of India.On 18 May 1974, the Indian Army conducted the first nuclear test in the desert area of ​​Pokhran in Rajasthan.
  • This test is called by the smiling Buddha.
  • UN five countries in the Security Council after India has conducted such a test.India joined the Security Council as the 6th country.
  • India has implemented these experiments with the help of Canada’s nuclear reactor technology.
  • The amount of energy revealed during this nuclear explosion is equal to 8 kg tons of DND an explosive explosion.

H. D. Deve Gowda BirthDay


  • He was born on May 18, 1933.
By raghu kumar (my computer) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons


  • He is an Indian politician who has served as the 11th Prime Minister of India from 1 June 1996 to 21 April 1997.
  • He was serving as the 14th Chief Minister of Karnataka from 1994 to 1996.
  • He is a member of the 16th Lok Sabha representing the Hassan constituency of Karnataka, and is the National President of the Janata Dal (Secular) party.
  • Gowda joined the Indian National Congress party in 1953 and remained a member until 1962.
  • In 1962, Gowda was elected to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly from Holenarasipura constituency as an independent candidate.

Political party: Janata Dal (secular)

Crop Protection Day

By AMALAN619 [CC BY-SA 3.0 (], from Wikimedia Commons
  • Insects and diseases are suddenly attacked by crops so the crops are destroyed.
  • The government has passed a number of laws to control this.
  • In 1914, the Insect Prevention Act was brought by the Government of India.
  • Thus, the spread of pests and diseases from foreign countries was banned.
  • The Quarantine Act-Agriculture related products By blocking move from one place to another or by keeping a few days separated Insects, diseases, and weeds are prohibited from preceding places.This is the name of the Guarantine Act.
  • The Guarantine legislation has been implemented and implemented by the central state governments.
  • This law is acting in aerospace, land and sea gateways.

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