Government Holidays for 2011
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Under the 'Explanation' to section 25 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 (Central Act XXVI of 1881) read with Notification of the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, No.20-25-26, Public-1, dated the 8th June, 1957, the Government of Tamil Nadu hereby declares, that in addition to 'Sundays' expressly defined as Public Holidays in the said 'Explanation' the following days shall be Public Holidays for the year 2011.
Applicable for Commercial Banks and Co-operative Banks.
Through the New Year's Day(1st January, 2011), Tamil New Year's Day and Pongal(15th January, 2011), Thiruvalluvar Day(16th January, 2011), Mahaveer Jayanthi (16th April, 2011), May Day (1st May, 2011), Krishna Jayanthi (21st August, 2011), Gandhi Jayanthi (2nd October, 2011) and Christmas (25th December, 2011) fall on Saturdays and Sundays, they have been indicated in the above list for easy reference.
Applicable only to Commerical Banks Including Co-operative Banks in Tamil Nadu.