NEW YEAR’S eve has always been a special occasion for many Indians.
It is also a time when they look forward to celebrating their new year with friends and family, with parties and celebrations at home.
New Year celebrations also give the government the opportunity to raise awareness about the new year and to give the public the opportunity for a fresh start, says a report in the Times of India.
But, it has come under criticism from people who say the celebrations can be distracting and cause people to forget their traditions and holidays.
New year is a time of renewal and renewal of the mind.
It can also be a time to celebrate family, to look forward and to celebrate happiness, says the Times Of India.
It is a sad day when people forget that the new years eve is a festival of the gods and goddesses.
It also is a day when it is not a celebration of the year, it is a celebration that has taken place for over 1,500 years, says Prakash Jha, professor at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi.
People celebrate the new moon in the evening.
Source: AP/ReutersIndia, a country of 12 million people, is the world’s largest democracy and one of the most developed countries.
In 2019, the government is planning to spend $3.8 billion to boost the economy and improve health services.
It plans to spend another $1.7 billion on social welfare and education, including the new Rs. 1,000 currency notes.
India has also launched a campaign called New Year to encourage people to get back to basics, with the slogan: “Let’s celebrate the New Year.
We are ready for it”.
More to come.