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Today in History India 28 July

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Check out below about Today in History India 28 July in Indian history or July 28 special day in India. Looking for information about today special day in India? If yes, check out below. On this Special day today 28 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 28 July

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1821, 28th July: Peru gained independence from Spain

1914, 28th July: On this day, the First World War started

1933, 28th July: Andorra joined the United Nations

1934, 28th July: Pt Madan Mohan Malviya and Bapuji Ane formed the Congress Nationalist Party

1943, 28th July: World War II: Operation Gomorrah – The Royal Air Force bombed Hamburg, Germany causing a firestorm that killed 42,000 German civilians

1976, 28th July: A magnitude 78 to 82 earthquake shook the region of Tangshan in China 2,42,769 were killed and 1,64,851 were injured

1979, 28th July: Appointment of Chaudhary Charan Singh as the 5th Prime Minister of India

2001, 28th July: Assamese writer Indira Goswami received the Jnanpith Award

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on July 28

1907: A V Meiyappan, an Indian film producer, director, and philanthropist

1909: Kasu Brahmananda Reddy, the former Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, India

1925: Baruch Samuel Blumberg, an American physician, geneticist, and inventor of the hepatitis B virus

1986: Dulquer Salmaan, an Indian film actor, playback singer, and film producer

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on July 28

1794: Maximilien Robespierre, a French lawyer, and statesman

1972: Charu Majumdar, a Marxist-Leninist from India

1975: Raja Thakur, an Indian film director

2016: Lachhu Maharaj, an Indian Tabla Player of Banaras Gharana

2020: Raavi Kondala Rao, an Indian film actor, playwright, theatre artist, journalist, editor, producer, director, and writer

What happened in India on 28 July

28-July-1872
Albert P Sarraut, French Governor General of Indo-China (1911..19)/PM (1933/36), was born.

28-July-1909
Brahmanand Reddi Kasu, politician, was born at Madras.

28-July-1912
Ramchandra Gondo Ginde, famous neuro surgeon, was born.

28-July-1914
Japanese boat ‘Kamagata Maru’ was compelled to deport to India from Vancouver, Canada. The ship was boarded with active freedom fighters who were against the British Government.

28-July-1921
Congress decided to boycott the visit of Prince of Wales in India.

28-July-1921
The All-India Congress Party votes to boycott a forthcoming visit by the Prince of Wales and urges a boycott of imported cloth.

28-July-1924
Many deaths were reported and several villages were destroyed due to floods in the south.

28-July-1939
Tarun Ram Phookun, great lawyer, orator, eminent writer and President of the Assam Chhatra Sammelan in 1928, passed away.

28-July-1946
Sister Alphonsa, good teacher and social worker, died at Bharananganam.

28-July-1972
India and Pakistan sign Simla Pact, settling border dispute in Kashmir.

28-July-1989
Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was disqualified from Rajya Sabha. It was the first case of such disqualification from the House under anti-defection law.

28-July-1994
Sudhakarrao Naik, G. Ramanujam and O. N. Srivastava appointed Governors.

28-July-1994
Uproar in Parliament over the Government’s rejection of JPC report.

28-July-1997
Calling and holding of bandhs by political parties and other associations or organisations declared ‘Illegal and unconstitutional’ by a Full Bench of the Kerala High Court.

28-July-1997
12 persons are killed and 69 injured as New Delhi-bound Karnataka Express rams Himsagar Express at Old Faridabad station level-crossing in Haryana.

28-July-1999
Shiv Sena president Bal Thackeray is banned from voting and contesting in any election for six years from December 11, 1995 on the recommendations of the Election Commission.

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