28 September Special day in India

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28 September special day in India

28 September special day in India

Today’s Historical Events on September 28

World Rabies Day & International Day for Universal Access to Information & Freedom from Hunger Day

1924, 28th September: First Earth orbit completed by the U S Army Air Service in four airplanes

1928, 28th September: Sir Alexander Fleming found certain types of bacteria growing in a laboratory This led to the discovery of the antibiotic penicillin

1939, 28th September: WWII- Warsaw surrendered to Nazi Germany

1950, 28th September: Indonesia joined the United Nations

1958, 28th September: France adopted a new constitution

1960, 28th September: Mali and Senegal joined the United Nations

2002, 28th September: Salman Khan’s white Toyota Land Cruiser crashed in Bandra, killing one and injuring four Salman Khan’s blood samples were taken Arrested by police and released on bail

2008, 28th September: Falcon 1 became the first privately-developed liquid-fuel launch vehicle to go into orbit around the Earth

28 September in Indian History – Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on September 28

1803: Prosper Merimee, French novelist, playwright, historian, and archaeologist

1836: Thomas Crapper, an English businessman, and plumber Crapper held nine patents, three of them for water closet improvements such as the floating ballcock

1867: Kichiro Hiranuma, Japanese Prime Minister

1895: Gurram Jashuva, Indian-Telugu poet

1907: Bhagat Singh, Indian revolutionary

1909: P Jayaraj, Veteran Indian film actor

1925: Seymour Cray, the American computer scientist

1929: Lata Mangeshkar, an Indian playback singer She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in India

1947: Sheikh Hasina, the 10th Prime Minister of Bangladesh

1949: R M Lodha, a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India

1953: Mahesh Kothare, Indian actor, film director, and producer of Marathi and Hindi films

1966: Puri Jagannath, Indian director, producer, and screenwriter

1982: Abhinav Bindra, the first Indian to win an individual gold medal at the Olympics

1982: Ranbir Kapoor, Indian film actor

28 September in Indian History – Death Anniversaries of famous people on September 28

1895: Louis Pasteur, a French chemist who invented a vaccine against rabies or hydrophobia

1935: William Kennedy Dickson, a Scottish inventor, inventor of the kinetoscope

1953: Edwin Hubble, American astronomer

1956: William Boeing, American aviation pioneer, founder of Boeing Airlines

1958: Tristao de Braganza Cunha, a prominent Indian nationalist and anti-colonial activist

1970: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt’s second president

1981: Romulo Betancourt, Venezuelan President

1991: Miles Davis, American jazz composer

1994: K A Thangavelu, Indian film actor, and comedian

2012 – Brajesh Mishra, Indian politician, and diplomat, 1st Indian National Security Advisor

28 September in Indian History – what happened in India on 28 September

A few mountain battery trains flourished and kept the Indian component alive as part of the Royal artillery. Recently, it has been established that 8 Company Bombay Artillery survived axing and is now 5 (Bombay) Mountain Battery. This day is now celebrated as the Raising Day of the Regiment of Artillery.

Bahadur Shah-II ascended the throne and became the emperor of Delhi at the age of 62 following the death of his father Akbar Shah-II.

Jairaj, famous film actor, was born. His first film was ‘Sparkling Youth’ (1930). He was a receipant of Dada Saheb Phalke Award. Some of his films are ‘Fight unto Death’, ‘All for love’, ‘Bhawani No Bhog’, ‘Pearl’, ‘Queen of Faries’, ‘The Enemy’, ‘My Hero’.

In penance for riots, Gandhi, on hunger strike in Delhi, proclaimed he would break his fast only at death.

Lata Mangeshkar, great playback singer, was born.

Pundit Sunder Lal Sharma, freedom fighter and social reformer, passed away. He was also known as “The Chhattisgarh Gandhi”.

137 people were killed when an Express Train fell from a flood-damaged bridge near East of Hydrabad.

The simmering dispute of India and Pakistan between the Hindus and Muslims erupted again in Kashmir. Fighting was also reported on this day in the Indian province of Rajasthan. China, which supported Pakistan in the dispute, sent massed troops on its border.

India-Pakistan hostility erupts into a war lead by Pakistan.

First floodlights lit ODI between India and Australia held outside of Australia at New Delhi.

The first Indian Army expedition, sailing around the world in a small 37 feet fibre glass yacht named “Trishna”, sailed off from Bombay. (10-1-87).

Shankar Guha Niyogi, an active trade union leader of Madhya Pradesh, was shot dead by unknown assailants.

Gas pipe below Karakas National Highway exploded claiming 58 lives.

Sukh Ram sent to Tihar jail in assets case.

Marion Jones wins the 200m gold medal at Sydney.

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