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What happened in India today | Today’s Historical Events on 22 July
1908, July 22nd: Lokmanya Tilak was sentenced to 6 years in prison for writing an infamous article on the ‘country’s misfortune’
1931, July 22nd: Vasudev Balwant Gogte Gun fired at Sir John Hotson, the governor of Mumbai province, in the library of Ferguson College Hotson survived
1942, July 22nd:Grossaktion Warsaw: The systematic deportation of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto began
1944, July 22nd: Communist rule began in Poland
1981, July 22nd: India’s first geostationary satellite APPLE started functioning
2019, July 22nd: India’s lunar mission, Chandrayaan-2 successfully took off from Satish Dhawan Space Center, Sriharikota aiming to be the fourth nation to soft-land on the moon
On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on July 22
1898: Pandit Vinayak Patwardhan, an Indian vocalist of Gwalior Gharana of Indian classical music
1915: Shaista Suhrawardy Ikramullah, a Pakistani politician from Bengal, diplomat, and author
1923: Mukesh, an Indian playback singer
1923: Sumitra Devi, an Indian actress
1925: Daasarathi Krishnamacharya, a Telugu poet, and writer
1930: Shreeram Shankar Abhyankar, an Indian American mathematician
1933: C V Sridhar, an Indian screenwriter, and film director
1959: Ajit Pawar, an Indian politician
1970: Devendra Fadnavis, an Indian politician He served as the 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra
1992: Selena Gomez, an American singer, actress, and producer
On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on July 22
1918: Indra Lal Roy, the sole Indian World War I flying ace
1937: Kottarathil Sankunni, an Indian writer of Malayalam literature
1948: Hemendranath Majumdar, an Indian painter
What happened in India on 22 July
Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj won the fort of Vellore.
The “English Company of Merchants” and the old East India Company was named the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies”. In1833, this name finally changed to East India Company.
Nandkishor Bal, great Oria poet, novelist and critic, was born.
During the First World War, India’s first fighter pilot Indra Lal Rai’s plane was shot down in battle by Germans planes near London. Rai had fought for Britisher’s Force.
Govind Talwalkar, famous journalist and editor, was born.
Homi Jehangir Teleyarkhan, social worker, was born.
Man Mohan Modi Seth , great industrialist, was born at Modinagar, U.P.
Quake shatters town of Anjar; claiming 117 lives, 800 people were missing.
Ananth Kumar was born in Banglore. He is a Minister in Vajpayee’s Government.
Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvavidyalaya (HPKV), College of Agriculture, Palampur was transferred to Himachal Pradesh University as part of its Agricultural Complex.
Indira Gandhi charged with criminal misconduct during 1977 campaign.
India’s first experimental geo-stationary communication satellite ‘Apple’ started working which was launched on June 19, 1981.
A.G. Kripal Singh, 14 Tests for India and one century on debut, passed away.
New industrial policy for liberalisation of economies announced in Parliament.
Pandit Basavraj Rajguru, great singer, passed away.
Security scam: Planning Commission member V. Krishnamurthy resigns.
The Supreme Court asks UP Government to halt construction in Ayodhya.
R.K. Khandekar, PM’s aide, denies Harshad Mehta’s charges.
Swiss Justice ministry reveals that Hindujas, Quatrocchi and Win Chadha are among the seven appellants fighting to prevent the transfer of Bofors pay off names to India.
1996-97 budget presented to Parliament by Finance Minister P. Chidambaram.
Bus plummets into the swollen Usri river in Giridih dist, Bihar, killing 70.
Govt. issues notification saying that Prasar Bharati Act, 1990 would come into force from Sept. 15.
24-year old P T Usha won bronze medals in the 400m and 200m races and anchored the 4x100m relay team to gold and 4x400m for silver at the Asian Track and Field Championships in Fukuoka, Japan.
India’s 4x100m quartet of Saraswati Dey, E.B. Shyla, P.T. Usha and Rachita Mistry win gold in the Asian Athletic championships at Fukuoka.
Sahib Singh Verma, Delhi Chief Minister, and BJP vice-president K. L. Sharma are fined Rs. 100 each for riding a motorcycle without helmet in New Delhi.
J. H. Patel, Karnataka Chief Minister, recommends dissolution of the Assembly and the Governor Khurshid Alam Khan accepts it. Earlier Mr. Patel drops eight Ministers including the Deputy Chief Minister Siddharamiah.