September 22

September 22

Independence Day
Bulgaria : September 22 1908
Mali : September 22 1960

September 22 : Rose Day in India
Rose Day, CPAA’s call to connect with cancer in a non-medical way was launched on September 22, 1994. A relief moment, CPAA opened cancer to mass compassion and goodwill. Seventeen years running, Rose Day has evolved…touched, moved, inspired Cancer Patients; if just for a while, lifted them out of an abyss to rekindle hope in their lives. It has also raised funds towards CPAA’s long-term goal of ‘Total Management of Cancer’.

The concept of Rose Day came from Joan Shenoy and her faith in the goodness and goodwill of the common man and the ability to draw them into a conversation about cancer in a non-intimidating way. Rose Day has emerged as that opportunity to channelize compassion into a sustainable campaign against cancer.” Nurtured and grown by CPAA's band of committed volunteers and workers, 22nd September is today observed as National Cancer Rose Day in India.

“The Rose, quintessential symbol of life & love and all things beautiful became a symbolic reminder…that life also has its thorns. So while a rose can’t cure, it helps you endure”, Joan Shenoy sums up contemplatively.

In essence Rose Day's objectives are:
To give Cancer patients a relief moment amidst their gruelling treatment regimen.
Get society to collectively focus on Cancer as a human condition.
Bring all the stakeholders into a meaningful interaction through the Rose Day initiative.
Find ways and means to bridge the gaps in treatment & care.
Raise Funds towards CPAA's Total Management programme.
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Events

66 – Roman Emperor Nero creates the Legion I Italica.
1236 – The Lithuanians and Semigallians defeat the Livonian Brothers of the Sword in the Battle of Saule.
1499 – Treaty of Basel: Switzerland becomes an independent state.
1586 – Battle of Zutphen: Spanish victory over the English and Dutch.
1598 – English playwright Ben Jonson kills an actor in a duel and is indicted for manslaughter.
1692 – Last people hanged for witchcraft in Britain's North American colonies.
1711 – The Tuscarora War begins in present-day North Carolina.
1761 – George III and Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz are crowned King and Queen, respectively, of the Kingdom of Great Britain.
1776 – Nathan Hale is hanged for spying during American Revolution.
1789 – The office of United States Postmaster General is established.
1789 – Battle of Rymnik establishes Alexander Suvorov as a pre-eminent Russian military commander after his allied army defeat superior Ottoman Empire forces.
1792 – Primidi Vendémiaire of year 1 of the French Republican Calendar as the French First Republic comes into being.
1823 – Joseph Smith, Jr. states he found the Golden plates on this date after being directed by God through the Angel Moroni to the place where they were buried.
1857 – The Russian warship Lefort capsizes and sinks during a storm in the Gulf of Finland, killing all 826 aboard.
1862 – Slavery in the United States: a preliminary version of the Emancipation Proclamation is released.
1866 – Battle of Curupaity in the Paraguayan War.
1869 – Richard Wagner's opera Das Rheingold premieres in Munich.
1885 – Lord Randolph Churchill makes a speech in Ulster in opposition to Home Rule.
1888 – The first issue of National Geographic Magazine is published.
1896 – Queen Victoria surpasses her grandfather King George III as the longest reigning monarch in British history.
1908 – The Bulgarian Declaration of Independence is proclaimed.
1910 – The Duke of York's Picture House opens in Brighton, now the oldest continually operating cinema in Britain.
1919 – The steel strike of 1919, led by the Amalgamated Association of Iron and Steel Workers, begins in Pennsylvania before spreading across the United States.
1927 – Jack Dempsey loses the "Long Count" boxing match to Gene Tunney.
1934 – An explosion takes place at Gresford Colliery in Wales, leading to the deaths of 266 miners and rescuers.
1937 – Spanish Civil War: Peña Blanca is taken; the end of the Battle of El Mazuco.
1939 – Joint victory parade of Wehrmacht and Red Army in Brest-Litovsk at the end of the Invasion of Poland.
1941 – World War II: On Jewish New Year Day, the German SS murder 6,000 Jews in Vinnytsya, Ukraine. Those are the survivors of the previous killings that took place a few days earlier in which about 24,000 Jews were executed.
1955 – In the United Kingdom, the television channel ITV goes live for the first time.
1957 – In Haiti, François Duvalier is elected president.
1960 – The Sudanese Republic is renamed Mali after the withdrawal of Senegal from the Mali Federation.
1965 – The Indo-Pakistani War of 1965 (also known as the Second Kashmir War) between India and Pakistan over Kashmir, ends after the UN calls for a cease-fire.
1975 – Sara Jane Moore tries to assassinate U.S. President Gerald Ford, but is foiled by Oliver Sipple.
1979 – The Vela Incident (also known as the South Atlantic Flash) is observed near Bouvet Island, thought to be a nuclear weapons test.
1980 – Iraq invades Iran.
1991 – The Dead Sea Scrolls are made available to the public for the first time by the Huntington Library.
1993 – A barge strikes a railroad bridge near Mobile, Alabama, causing the deadliest train wreck in Amtrak history. 47 passengers are killed.
1993 – A Transair Georgian Airlines Tu-154 is shot down by a missile in Sukhumi, Georgia.
1995 – An E-3B AWACS crashes outside Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska after multiple bird strikes to two of the four engines soon after takeoff; all 24 on board are killed.
1995 – Nagerkovil school bombing, is carried out by Sri Lankan Air Force in which at least 34 die, most of them ethnic Tamil school children.
2011 – CERN scientists announce their discovery of neutrinos breaking the speed of light

Holidays and observances

American Business Women's Day (United States)
Car-Free Day (Europe and Montreal, Canada)
Christian Feast Day:
Candidus
Digna and Emerita
Emmeram of Regensburg
Maurice (Western Church)
Phocas
Salaberga
Theban Legion
Thomas of Villanova
September 22 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Earliest date for the autumnal equinox:
French Republican New Year, the first day ("Grape") in the Month of Vendémiaire. (French Revolution)
Harvest Festival, celebrated on Harvest Moon, the full moon nearest to the autumnal equinox. (Britain)
Mabon in the northern hemisphere, Ostara in the southern hemisphere. (Neopagan Wheel of the Year)
The first day of Miķeļi (ancient Latvia)
Chuseok, the Korean harvest festival, celebrated on the Harvest Moon. One of the major Korean holidays. (South Korea)
Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Bulgaria from the Ottoman Empire in 1908.
Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Mali from France in 1960.
OneWebDay, an annual day of Internet celebration and awareness, started in 2006.
Some Latter Day Saints recognise it as "Trumpet Day," or the day that Joseph Smith received the golden plates, which later became the Book of Mormon, from the angel Moroni.

 

 

 

 

 



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