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Today in History India 06 July

Today in History India

Check out below about Today in History India 06 July in Indian history or July 06 special day in India. Looking for information about today special day in India? If yes, check out below. On this Special day today 06 July in Indian history, falls the birthdays and death anniversaries of various well-known people of India. You would also find out about events that happened that make it to the list of today special day in India.

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What happened in India today | Today’s Historical Events on 06 July

1483, 6th July: Richard III became King of England.

1885, 6th July: Louis Pasteur successfully tested the rabies vaccine.

1892, 6th July: Dadabhai Naoroji became the first Indian elected to the British Parliament.

1923, 6th July: Establishment of the Soviet Socialist Republic.

1962, 6th July: Nathu La Pass, closed due to the Sino-Indian war, reopened.

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on July 6

1781: Sir Thomas Stamford Bingley Raffles, a British statesman, best known for his founding of modern Singapore and the Straits Settlements.

1901: Syama Prasad Mukherjee, an Indian politician.

1906: Daulat Singh Kothari, an Indian scientist, and educationist.

1914: Vince McMahon Sr., an American professional wrestling promoter. 

1930: M. Balamuralikrishna, an Indian Carnatic vocalist, musician, multi-instrumentalist, playback singer, composer, and character actor.

1935: The 14th Dalai Lama.

1946: Sylvester Stallone, an American actor, director, screenwriter, and producer.

1946: George W. Bush, the 43rd president of the United States.

1975: 50 Cent, an American rapper, songwriter, television producer, actor, and entrepreneur.

1980: Eva Green, a French actress.

1985: Ranveer Singh, an Indian actor.

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on July 6

1854: Georg Ohm, a German physicist, and mathematician.

1986: Jagjivan Ram, an Indian independence activist and politician.

1997: Chetan Anand, an Indian film producer, screenwriter, and director.

2002: Dhirubhai Ambani, a successful Indian business tycoon who founded Reliance Industries. 

What happened in India on 06 July

Robert founded Indian Botanic Garden near Calcutta by Kyd on 273 acres of land.

Ramkrishna Gopal Bhandarkar, a reputed oriental scholar and famous Indian Scientist, was born in Malvan in Ratnagiri district. He was a social reformer and an active member of Prathana Samaj of Bombay.

Saint Gulabrao Maharaj was born in Vidarbha.

Dr. Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, great social reformer, politician and leader, was born at Calcutta. He was the founder of the “Bharatiya Jana Sangh”, of which BJP is the successor party. His father Sir Asutosh was widely known in Bengal.

Bhandarkar Prachyavidya Sanshodhak Mandir’ was established.

Vyankatesh Dingambar Madgulkar, great Marathi story writer and novelist, was born.

Prabhjot Kaur, great poet and author, was born at Langrayal (Pakistan).

Balmurlikrishna, famous singer, was born.

Dalai Lama, the 14th incarnate and religious leader of Tibet, was born. He was born to Tenzin Gyotso (His Holiness the VIVth Dalai Lama) in Taksten Village, Chhija Nangso, Tibet. He was awarded with Nobel Prize for Peace in 1989.

Manmohan Sood, cricketer (scored 0 & 3 in his only Test for India), was born in Lahore.

Urmila Devi Shastri, freedom fighter and editor of “Janma Bhoomi”, died due to non-medical facility and mal-nutrition in Jail. She has also written “Karagaar Ke Anubhav” in 1930. She was arrested for Satyagrah and forcefully closing of Foreign Goods.

Mahatama Gandhi was for the first time addressed as ‘Father of Nation’.

Marshall Tito and Nehru’s joint declaration in Belgrade.

The President promulgates the ESMA, 1960.

Babu Jagjivan Ram, valiant freedom fighter, passed away. He held many prominent ministerial portfolios such as Communication Minister (1952-56), Railway Minister (1956-62), Food and Agriculture Minister (1967-70), Defence Minister (1970-74). After 1977, he became the Deputy Prime Minister (Defence) in Janta regime. Thereafter, he established Congress (J). His uninterrupted representation in the Parliament from 1936 to 1986 is a world record.(5-4-91).

R. Janakiraman Committee estimates involvement of Rs. 3543 crore in the security scam.

The centre decides to allow TV and Radio time slots for private producers.

39 people were killed and three officials abducted in J&K .

JPC decides to send ‘interrogatory letters’ to PM’s aide R. K. Khandekar, Sunil Mittal and 7 others.

Five foreign tourists trekking in Kashmir 10 km uphill from Pahalgam were abducted by militants.

Salman Khursheed is appointed the new UPCC(I) chief. While Tindivanam K. Ramamurthy is the new TNCC(I) chief, Sat Mahajan has been appointed HPCC(I) president.

Moshood Abiola, the detained Nigerian politician and presumed winner of the 1993 elections, died in Abuja.

Sub. Jata Shankar secured ‘Silver’ medal in 400 Mtr race at the International circuit Athletic Meet held at Trivendrum.

The Indian High Commission staff member Yog Raj Vij, who was beaten up and abducted by Pakistani intelligence operatives, is released. India strongly condemns this assault.

India, Nepal sign agreement to set up a specialist joint unit to counter terrorism and share information about criminals operating along the border.

Mohan Lal bags Best Actor Award for his sensitive portrayal of a Kathakali artist in ”Vaanasprastham” and the film wins the Best Feature Film and Best Editing Awards at the 47th National Film Festival-2000.

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