21 September Special day in India

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21 September special day in India

21 September special day in India

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1792, 21st September – Louis XVIII overthrew the Empire and the French Republic was born

1942, 21st September – World War II: Nazis killed 2,800 Jews in Ukraine

1964, 21st September – Malta became independent from the United Kingdom

1965, 21st September – Gambia, Maldives, and Singapore joined the United Nations

1968, 21st September – Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) was formed

1971, 21st September – Bahrain, Bhutan, and Qatar joined the United Nations

1991, 21st September – Armenia became independent from the Soviet Union

21 September in Indian History – Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on September 21

1874 – Gustav Holst, British composer, and teacher whose best-known work, The Planets, is also one of the most popular orchestral suits with the audience

1888 – H G Wells, an English author who pioneered science fiction when he wrote The Time Machine, his first work

1902 – Allen Lane, founder of Penguin Books

1926 – Noor Jehan, Pakistani singer, and actress She also worked in Indian film in British India

1931 – Larry Hugman, American actor and director best known for his role as mean oil tycoon JR Ewing in the TV serial Dallas

1934 – Leonard Cohen, Canadian poet, and singer whose gloomy songs, which include “Suzanne” and “That’s no way to say Goodbye”, and growling delivery won him a cult following in the 1960s and 70s

1947 – Stephen Edwin King, an American author of horror, supernatural fiction, suspense, crime, science-fiction, and fantasy novels

1950 – Bill Murray, an American actor, comedian, filmmaker, and writer

1954 – Shinzo Abe, a Japanese politician who is the prime minister of Japan since 2012

1955 – Gulshan Grover, an Indian actor who has appeared in over 400 films

1979 – Chris Gayle, a Jamaican cricketer who plays international cricket for the West Indies

1980 – Kareena Kapoor, an Indian actress who appears in Hindi films

21 September in Indian History – Death Anniversaries of famous people on September 21

1743 – Sawai Jaisingh, King of Jaipur Sansthan

1860 – Arthur Schopenhauer, a German philosopher

1887 – Wajid Ali Shah, the eleventh and last King of Awadh

1936 – Frank Hornby, an English inventor, businessman, and politician

1950 – Edward Arthur Milne, a British astrophysicist, and mathematician

1959 – Abraham Flexner, American educator

1976 – Benjamin Graham, a British-born American economist, professor, and investor He is widely known as the “father of value investing”, 

1998 – Florence Griffith Joyner, American sprinter

2000 – Leonid Ivanovich Rogozov, a Soviet general practitioner who took part in the sixth Soviet Antarctic Expedition, 1960–1961 

2012 – Gopalan Kasturi, Journalist, editor of The Hindu newspaper

21 September Special day in India

French expeditionary army occupies Labourdonnais & Dupleix Madras.

Bahadurshah Jafar – II surrendered against the British troops.

Venkat Apparao Gurjad, famous Telegu poet, playwright, story writer, critic and social reformer, was born.

Annapurnanand, great writer, was born.

Tushar Kanti Ghosh, famous journalist, was born.

Firoz Gandhi, great politician, was born.

Annie Besant, great social worker and founder of Home Rule Movement, passed away.

Prof. Raghuveer Singh Rathore, Cricket Test umpire for one test in 1990-91, was born in Rajasthan.

British promise India independence.

Formation of Press Trust of India (PTI) announced under an agreement signed between Reuters and Indian and Eastern Newspapers Society.

Last Indian troops withdraw from Tibet.

Major General I. J. Rikhye completed the task in accordance with the memorandum to UNSF, thus fulfilling the mandate of cessation of hostilities without any incident.

Mihir Sen swam the Bay of Persia.

National Bureau of Animal Genetic Resources and National Institute of Animal Genetics were set up. These institutes were initially located in the campus of southern regional station of National Dairy Research Institute, Bangalore. They were then shifted to Karnal in July 1985.

Supreme Court refuses to stay implementation of Mandal Commission Report.

The Officers Training School (OTS) women were inducted into the Army as Officers, and the onerous task of training the Lady Cadets of WSES (O) courses commenced at the OTS.

Tarachand Barjatya, film producer, passed away.

Outbreak of pneumonic plague in Surat, Gujarat.

Ramkrishna Bajaj, freedom fighter and veteran industrialist, passed away.

Rumors that statues of the Hindu god Ganesh were drinking milk spread in New Delhi.

Apang (Legislative Party leader of Arunachal Congress) sworn in as Arunachal Pradesh chief minister again.

Rao resigns Congress Party President post.

Mahesh Bhupathi wins a cliff-hanger as India clinches Davis Cup World Group play-off tie against Chile 3-2 in Delhi.

I. K. Gujral and Nawaz Sharif discussed in New York the recent flare-up on Line of Control and firing across the border.The two agreed that such sources of tension should not be allowed.

Mr. A. C. Muthiah was elected president and Kapil Dev the senior coach at the Board of Control of Cricket in India AGM in Jaipur.

J.W. Singh, suspended Mumbai High Court judge facing charges of extortion in nexus with the underworld, dismissed from judicial service.

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