Cinderella Stamps are labels that resemble a postage stamp but are not used as a postal fee for sending mail.
TB Seals of India – The Tuberculosis Association of India has been releasing TB seals since 1950 to raise funds for the prevention of Tuberculosis. Every year on 02 Oct TB Seals are released by the President of India and Campaign continues till 23 Feb (Foundation day of TB Association). The funds raised are given to State TB associations to combat TB, for research and 5 % to TB association of India. It features the logo of TB Association of India.
Bhutan issued a set of 10 Stamps on Local flora on 01 Jan 1994. A strip containing 10 stamps is listed.
5 Nu – Aquilegia nivalis – Also known as Snow Columbine with deep purple flowers. Found in Himachal Pradesh and Kashmir in India.
6 Nu – Geranium Wallichianum – Himalayan /Flower of India with rose pink or red-purple flowers
7 Nu – Rhododendron Campanulatum – Bell Rhododendron is wild species of Rhododendron found in Himalayan Alpine regions of Northern India, Nepal and Bhutan. Beautiful bell-shaped flowers are pale-mauve or rosy-purple.
9 Nu – Viola Suavis -Also known as Russian Violet.
10 Nu – Cynanthus Lobatus – Trailing Bellflower with bright-blue purple flowers and sepal tube. Himalayan Flower found in Himachal Pradesh India and China.
Cover on 3rd SAARC Cricket Tournament – Bangladesh 1997.
A Special Cover on 3rd SAARC Cricket Tournament held in Bangladesh in Feb 1997 was issued by Bangladesh on 19 Feb 1997. It was a Quadrangular tournament in which Pak “A” defeated India “A” to win the trophy.
A Special Cover on Jasu Patel was issued during Stamp Mania 2009 at Vadodara on 20 Dec 2009. Jasu Patel (26 Nov 1924-12 Dec 1992) was an off-spinner who played only seven test matches for India. He is remembered for his bowling in 2nd Test at Kanpur vs Australia in 1959-60 Series. His effort with the ball (9-69 & 5-55) resulted in an India winning the test by 119 runs. His Match figures of 14-124 remained an Indian record for thirty years before N Hirwani broke it and innings bowling figure of 9-69 remained a record for forty years before Anil Kumble broke it with 10-74. He was the first Indian Cricketer to be awarded Padma Shri along with Vijay Hazare.