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New Year celebrated all around the world to welcome 2018

New Year celebrated all around the world to welcome 2018
Written by Shilpi Gupta

People with full enthusiasm and fun, welcomed New Year of 2018 all around the world. On this occasion, programs were organized in various hotels and restaurants for the New Year’s reception in the national capital, Delhi. The crowd gathered and cheered in Connaught Place of Delhi. The government made proper security arrangements on this occasion. In the wake of the fire incident in Pub in Mumbai, Delhi Police asked to take special precautions from the restaurant and hotel management. At 12 o’clock at night, people welcomed the new year with fireworks.

People showing their excitement and wishing the new year by using social media. On New Year’s Eve, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and the Brihanmumbai Municipal Building were decorated with lights in Mumbai. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweets while giving a new year greeting to the country, asked for positive change and said to take a firm step in the direction of Progressive India in the new year.

The whole world celebrated the new year’s reception on last night. It started with New Zealand’s largest city, Auckland, where thousands of people joined the street party on New Year’s Eve. Fireworks were also carried out from Sky Tower on this occasion. Apart from this, the year 2018 was welcomed in Hong Kong with great fireworks on the famous Victoria Harbor of this city.

Thousands of people had gathered to see the famous fireworks near the Harbor. During the 10-minute musical fireworks, the star-crackers were also shot from the roofs of high-rise buildings. Three hours earlier, the new year was celebrated in Australia by the fireworks of Satarangi on the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Nearly 1.5 million people converged on the seafront of the city to take a glimpse of the historic bridge and opera house fireworks. This is the most prominent celebration in the world after New Zealand.

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Shilpi Gupta

Food Technologist by Profession and Blogger by Destiny. love to write articles on food technology, spirituality and social issues.

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