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19 September special day in India

19 September special day in India

Today’s Historical Events on September 19

1513, 19th September – A Spanish conquistador, Vasco de Balboa, today reached the west coast of America and became the first European to cast his eyes on the western ocean

1888, 19th September – The World’s first beauty contest took place in Belgium, and the contest was won by 18-years old Bertha Soucaret from Guadeloupe, who collected the 5,000-franc prize

1893, 19th September – Women gained the right to vote in New Zealand

1928, 19th September – Hollywood artist Walt Disney today released the first sound cartoon film, Steamboat Willie The film features Mickey mouse and Disney himself provides his squeaky voice on the soundtrack

1945, 19th September – Lord Haw-Haw was sentenced to hang for treason

1957, 19th September – The US conducted the first underground atomic bomb test

1959, 19th September – Russian President Nikita Khrushchev was barred from visiting Disneyland in the United States for security reasons

1983, 19th September – St Kitts and Nevis gain independence

2000, 19th September – Karnam Malleshwari became the first Indian woman to win a bronze medal in the 69 kg weightlifting category at the Sydney Olympics

2007, 19th September – Yuvraj Singh became the first player to hit six sixes in an over in a T20 cricket match 

19 September in Indian History – Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on September 19

1551 – Henry III, King of France and Poland

1911 – William Golding, British novelist, poet, playwright and Nobel Prize for Literature laureate best known for The Lord of the files

1912 – Ruben David, Indian veterinarian and founder of the zoo

1922 – Salil Chawdhary, Bengali-Indian composer, poet, and playwright

1941 – Cass Elliot, an American singer, and actress who is best known for having been a member of the Mamas and the Papas

1965 – Sunita Williams, American astronaut, and a United States Navy officer

1974 – Jimmy Fallon, American talk show host, and comedian

1977 – Akash Chopra, Indian cricketer, commentator, and sportscaster

19 September in Indian History – Death Anniversaries of famous people on September 19

1710 – Ole Romer, Danish astronomer

1881 – James Garfield, the 20th President of the United States He was shot on July 2 has been in office for just four months

1925 –Sir Francis Darwin, English botanist

1963 – Sir David Lowe, a world-famous cartoonist

1968 – Chester Carlson, American inventor of the Xerox photocopying system

1987 –Ener Gerhardesen, Norway’s first prime minister

1993 – Dinsha K Mehta, Gandhi’s health advisor, and colleague

19 September Special day in India

Guru Ramdasji died. His son Arjun Dev succeeded him and changed the offerings to the Guru into a regular tax.

Guru Govind Singh died.

Khandoballal died.

Boyi Bhimanna, great Hindi writer, poet and prolific author, was born at Mamidikuduru in AP.

Kunwar Narayan, famous writer of ‘Atmajayee’ and ‘Akaron Ke Aas Pas’, was born.

Sunit Francis Rodrigues, former Chief Army General, was born.

Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande, expert in north Indian classical music, died. He was also a lawyer, professor and social reformer.

Vishnu Narayan Matkhande passed away.

U. N. Assembly rejects Indian-Soviet proposal to admit Communist China in New York.

Sindhu River water-sharing settement was signed between India and Pakistan.

Jawaharlal Nehru was devastated when China began attacks on India’s northern frontier leading to Indo-China War.

Government extends ultimatum to India to dismantle forts within four days in China.

Rajeev Goswami, a student of Delhi University, attempts to self immolate himself in protest against the implementation of Mandal Commission Report.

Planning Commission announces 8th Five-Year Plan proposals with a total outlay of Rs. 610,000 crore.

Lok Sabha passes unanimously the Places of Worship Special Provisions Bill for maintaining the status quo of religious places as on 1947.

PM leaves for a 5-day visit to the two Central Asian republics of Turkmenistan and Kyrghistan.

India Development Forum pledges $7b. to India.

Suresh Mehta ministry is dismissed, President’s rule imposed.

A Delhi court rules that interviewing of the child and parents by school authorities, for admission to primary classes, is illegal and improper.

India wins the Sahara Cup by winning the third match too.

Ambar Roy, Indian test batsman (1969-70), died in Calcutta.

India remains committed to a unilateral moratorium on nuclear tests, but we will not allow this stand to stand in the way of our protecting India’s supreme natural interest,” said Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee on his return from the US.

Gopi Chand of India falls to Henderawan of Indonesia in the quarter-finals of the badminton event at the Sydney Olympics.

Karnam Malleswari adds a glorious chapter to Indian sports history at the Sydney International Convention Centre by becoming the first woman to gain an Olympic medal.

Karnam Malleswari becomes the first Indian woman to win an Olympic medal (bronze) at the Sydney Olympics.

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