International Women's Day 2018: Five things to know
8th March is celebrated as International Woman’s day to recall for the women rights. It is a collective day for the global celebration of the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.
Here are five things you need to know about International Women’s day:
The idea of International Women’s Day was born by Clara Zetkin, a German socialist along with 100 delegates from 17 countries in March 1911. She suggested that every country should celebrate women on one day every year to push for their demands. Five years after its inception, a Sunday was chosen in 1914 so that most of the working women could participate in marches and events. Since then it is celebrated on March 8