Daylight Saving Day in the United States begins next Sunday (November 3). Most areas of the United States (Saturday night) will have to be behind the clock. The clock will be brought in at 1pm on Sunday at 2pm. IPhone or any other type of smartphone, the computer will automatically change the time. This arrangement will continue till 8pm on March 8. With the introduction of this new schedule, it will be 1 pm in New York when it is 12 pm in Bangladesh.
In the United States, the clock is changed to one hour for daylight saving twice a year. As a result, one hour was changed from one front to the other. In the United States, 'moving forward in the summer and back in the winter' is based on this principle, that the clockwise forwards or backward.
Earlier on March 11 (DST) in most parts of the United States, the clock was brought forward an hour.
The 'daylight saving time' method of saving energy by exploiting the benefits of sunlight came into force in the United States during the First World War. Germany, however, launched an initiative to save energy by exploiting the benefits of sunlight. The change in DST time began on 30 April 1916 in Germany.
The same method is effective in exploiting the benefits of sunlight in several countries of the world, including in some European countries.
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Monday, 28 Oct 2019, 02:49 AM