27 September Special day in India

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27 September special day in India

27 September special day in India

Today’s Historical Events on September 27

1672, 27th September: A new British company had been given a monopoly on the African slave trade

1777, 27th September: Lancaster became the capital of the United States for one day only

1821, 27th September: Mexico gained independence from Spain

1825, 27th September: The Stockton via Darlington Railway introduced the world’s first passenger train

1905, 27th September: Einstein first proposed the equation E = mc²

1908, 27th September: Production of the Ford Model T began

1925, 27th September: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh RSS founded by Dr Keshav Hedgewar

1940, 27th September: A typhoon on the island of Honshu killed 5,000 people in Germany, Italy, and Japan

1958, 27th September: Mihir Sen became the first Asian swimmer to swim across the English Channel

1996, 27th September: Taliban conquered Kabul President Burhanuddin Rabbani fled, while Najibullah was hanged in the street

1998, 27th September: The Google internet search engine retroactively claimed this date as its birthday

2003, 27th September: The SMART-1 satellite is launched 

2008, 27th September: CNSA astronaut Zhai Zhigang became the first Chinese person to perform a spacewalk

2019, 27th September: Over 2 million people participated in worldwide strikes to protest climate change across 2,400 locations worldwide 

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27 September in Indian History – Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on September 27

1601: King Louis XIII of France

1722: Samuel Adams, American revolutionary

1792: George Cruikshank, British cartoonist who illustrated more than 850 books, such as Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist

1862: Louis Botha, African Prime Minister, the first of the union of South Africa, who encouraged reconciliation between the British and the Boers

1907: Wamanrao Deshpande, Indian music critic

1933: Yash Chopra, Indian filmmaker, and director

1953: Mata Amritanandamayi, an Indian religious leader

1981: Brandon McCullum, New Zealand cricketer

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27 September in Indian History – Death Anniversaries of famous people on September 27

1833: Raja Rammohan Roy, Indian social reformer and father of the Brahmo community

1917: Edgar Degas, French painter

1921: Engelbert Humperdinck, German Composer

1972: S R Ranganathan, Indian mathematician

1975: Tiruvenkat Rajendra Seshadri, Indian chemist

1979: Dame Gracie Fields, English actor, singer, and comedian

1992: Anutai Wagh, Padma Shri award-winning Indian social worker and educationist

1999: Dr Mabel Arole, Ramon Magsaysay Award-winning multipurpose rural health project director from India

2004: Shobha Gurtu, India classical singer

2008: Mahendra Kapoor, Indian playback singer

2015: Syed Ahmed, Indian writer, and politician 

2015: Colin Pokkudan, Indian activist and writer

2017: Hugh Hefner, American publisher, founder of Playboy Enterprises  

2018: Kavita Mahajan, Indian author and translator 

2018: Manoharsinghji Pradyumansinghji, Indian nobleman and politician

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27 September in Indian History – What happened in India on 27 September

More than 8,000 people died in a cyclone in England.

Mir Zafar was deposed and his son-in-law Mir Kasim became the Nawab of Bengal. He ruled till July 7, 1763.

Raja Rammohan Roy, great social reformer, lawyer and politician passed away at Stapleton Grove in England.

Pratap Narayan Mishra, Hindi writer, was born. He is one of the pioneers of mordern Hindi language.

Vithalbhai Patel, great freedom fighter, social worker, nationalist leader, politician and President of the Central Assembly, was born at Karmasad, Gujarat.

Bhagat Singh, the legendary revolutionary, was born at Banga in West Punjab, Layalpur now in Pakistan.

Shiv Verma, great soldier, was born.

Rashtriya Swayansewak Sangh was established.

Mihir Sen becomes the first Indian to cross the English Channel from Dover to Calais.

Shri Shiyali Ramamrita Ranganathan, prolific author and first librarian of the University of Madras, passed away at the age of 80 at Bangalore.

Pankaj Dharmani, Indian ODI batsman (1997), was born.

Sanjiva Reddy was elected Speaker of the Lok Sabha. Government revokes the external emergency promulgated on December 3, 1971.

The second test launching of India’s surface-to-surface missile, ‘Prithvi’, from Sri Harikota was successful.

Hemanta Kumar Mukherjee, noted playback singer and music director, died.

Kabita Garari sets record for 10 Km W (Women) in 48.10 at Beijing Asian Games.

Daily newspaper of Marathi Language “Samna” started its publication at Sambhaji Nagar (Aurangabad).

Cellular phone service operates for the first time in Delhi.

73 people died in a coal mine accident in Gaslitand in Dhanbad district, Bihar, when flood water leaked into the mine.

Harshad Mehta and three others are convicted for misappropriating surplus funds of the Maruti Udyog Ltd.

Gurucharan Singh goes down fighting to Andri Fedtchouk of Ukraine in the 81 Kg bout of the Olympics boxing.

The Union Cabinet decides to increase the number of Padma series of awards for excellence in different fields of activities from 60 to 100.

Venus Williams of USA claims the women’s gold in the tennis event in the Sydney Olympics.

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