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Today in History India 27 June

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What happened in India today | Today’s Historical Events on June 27

1693, 27th June: The first magazine for women, the Ladies Mercury, was published.

1871, 27th June: A new system of currency based on the yen was introduced in Japan.

1954, 27th June: The first nuclear power station was opened at Obninsk in the Soviet Union.

1988, 27th June: Intrepid British mountain climbers Dave Hurst and Alan Matthews become the first blind climbers to reach the summit of mont Blanc in Switzerland, Europe’s highest mountain at 15,781 ft (4810 m).

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on June 27.

1919: Amala Shankar, an Indian dancer. 

1939: R. D. Burman, an Indian music director.

1950: Nitin Mukesh, an Indian playback singer.

1964: P. T. Usha, a retired Indian track and field athlete. 

1968: Sujata Mohapatra, an Indian classical dancer.

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on June 27.

1839: Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the leader of the Sikh Empire.

1996: Albert Romolo Broccoli, an American film producer.

2002: Krishan Kant, the tenth Vice President of India.

What happened in India on 27 June

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay (Chatterjee), famous novelist, “the father of modern Indian fiction” and writer of national song ‘Vande Mataram’, was borm at Katalpara near Naihati, West Bengal. Some of his writings are ‘Anandmath’ and ‘Kapal Kundala’. He was among the first two Bengalee Graduates.

Maharaja Ranjit Singh, ruler of Punjab and Spiritual Guru of sikh community, passed away.

Chhaganbapa (Chhaganlal Karamshi Parekh), great social worker, was born.

Establishment of `Maharashtra Sahitya Parishad’.

Khanderao Moreshwar Rangnekar, 3 test matches, 33 runs, vs Australia in 1947-48, was born at Mumbai.

Khanderao Moreshwar Rangnekar, cricketer (batted in 3 Tests India v Australia 1947-48), was born in Maharashtra.

Vaidyalingam Akhiladam Perunglur, Gyanpeeth awardee and famous Tamil author, was born.

Rahul Dev (R. D.) Burman “Pancham Da”, famous music director, was born.

Teen Murti Bhavan, official residence of the Prime Minister of India, became the Nehru Memorial Museum.

D. S. Joshi was appointed as the Cabinet Secretary of India. He held this office till 31-12-1968.

First Indian made AVRO aircraft passenger Plane HS748 handed over to Indian Airlines.

Environmentalist and ‘Chipko’ leader, Shri Sunderlal Bahuguna ends the 49-day old fast in demand for a scientific review of the controversial Tehri dam project in UP.

Surendra Pratap Singh, famous Journalist and former chief editor of Nav Bharat Times Group, died ]at Delhi.

Homi J. H. Taleyarkhan, Gandhian, Congressman and former Sikkim Governor, dies at 86.

Mr. Nikhil Chakravartty, journalist and chairman of Prasar Bharati, dies in New Delhi at 84.

India won the four-nation under-21 women’s hockey title, defeating England in the final at the Kean University, New Jersey.

The Clinton administration rejects a demand by 21 U.S. Congressmen for declaring India a terrorist state in the wake of attacks on Christian priests and churches.

Maneka Gandhi, Union Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, launches National Initiative for child protection of which childline is an integral part.

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