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Important Days Current Affairs October 3rd Week 2020
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Important Days Current Affairs October 3rd Week 2020

World Statistics Day is observed on October 20, 2020:

The Static Division of the United Nations Department of Economic Affairs is the global campaign coordinator, identifying key global messages and providing countries and other stakeholders with access to outreach services.
♦ The 3rd World Statistics Day will be celebrated around the globe on 20 October 2020.
♦ The theme of 2020–“Connecting the world with data we can trust”
♦ This theme reflects the significance, in national statistical structures, of trust, authoritative data, creativity and the public good.
♦ The celebration of World Statistics Day 2020 is a global collaborative endeavour, organized under the guidance of the United Nations Statistical Commission.
♦ The Statistics Division of the Department of Economic Affairs of the United Nations is the global organiser of the initiative, identifying key global messages and making accessible through this website outreach services to countries and other partners.
♦ National statistical offices serve as national coordinators, translating advertising materials into national languages, and coordinating national and sub-national level activities and outreach initiatives.
♦ In order to amplify campaigns at global and regional levels and to coordinate their own activities, international organisations play a key role.

Police Commemoration Day is observed on October 21:

The Day of Police Commemoration is held on 21 October 2020. To honour the dedication and supreme sacrifice of police personnel for the country, the day is observed on October 21 every year.
It was on this day in 1959 when Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) led a saga of bravery and sacrifice in the inaccessible, inhospitable terrain of Hot Springs in Ladakh. A patrol party of twenty personnel of CRPF and Intelligence Bureau had gone to search for a missing reconnaissance party when the Chinese Army ambushed it. Despite the sudden attack and disadvantageous tactical position, they fought valiantly against the Chinese army personnel who were in large numbers and heavily armed. In this battle, ten CRPF men were martyred in defence of the country.
♦ PM Narendra Modi today paid tributes to all the police personnel martyred in the line of duty on Police Commemoration Day.
♦ Police Commemoration Day is to express gratitude to the police personnel and their families all across India. 
♦ Without hesitation, the police workers always send their best, from upholding law and order to solving horrific crimes, from emergency relief assistance to battling COVID-19.
♦ In the last one year, 264 personnel of State Police Forces as well as those of CAPFs, lost their lives in the line of duty.
♦ As Covid warriors, police and CAPF workers played a large and frontline role. As a result, in the line of service, 343 police and CAPF staff fell victim to Covid 19 thus contributing to the management of Covid.



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