1)International Happiness Day, started by Liberta Perada
in Portugal on 2008. If there was a universal language, then the
smile it is. Celebrating this day, helps bring awareness
to happiness and its important role in our lives.
Sharing happiness with your loved ones is one of the
greatest gift anyone can give.
2)International Jawa Day is celebrated on the second
Sunday of July every year.Owners and fanatics of the
bikes celebrate the event.
3)International Beatle Day started on July 10th, 2008
near Liverpool, U.K. The event was organised with the
44th anniversary of the legendary band’s triumphant
home coming on July 10, in 1964,after conquering
the fans in U.S.A.
4)Bahamian Independence Day.The islands became
a nation on July 10, 1973.
5)Don’t Step On A Bee Day. Bee number in the U.K.
have halved in the last 20 years. In 2010, a fifth of
bee colonies didn’t survive the winter.
6)Birthday of Sunil Gavaskar (1949), a former
7)Birthday of Arthur Robert Ashe, an African
American tennis player who won 3 Grand
Slam title; he is also remembered for his efforts to
further social causes. He was born in Richmond, Virginia,
on July 10, 1943, He died on February 6th, 1993.
8)Anniversary of the first open heart surgery in 1893
by Daniel Hale Williams (Jan.18,1858 to Aug4, 1931).
He was the first African-American cardiologist to
perform surgery at Provident Hospital, Chicago on
July 10, 1893. He opened the chest of a man and
repaired the pericardium which had been damaged
by a knife stabbing.The patient recovered after 51
days and lived for another 50 years.Daniel Hale
Williams founded the Provident hospital.He was
born in Holidaysburg, Pennsylvania.
9)Birthday of Edmund Clerihew Bentley.
He was a popular English novelist, journalist and humorist
of early 20th century. He was the inventor of the ”clerihew”,
an irregular poetic form of humorous verse on biographical
topics. It is a four–line verse, adhering to the rhyme scheme,
AABB. His detective novel, ”Trent’s Last Case” (1913) was
much praised. He was born in London, on 10th July 1875.
He died on march 30th, 1956.
10)Horror on tracks- two trains derail in a span of 24 hours.
69 people were killed and 150 people were injured in Kalka
Mail derailment in Uttar Pradesh and in Assam train blast,
100 people were injured,20 of them critically.