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Today in History India 30 July

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Check out below about Today in History India 30 July in Indian history or July 30 special day in India. Looking for information about today special day in India? If yes, check out below. On this Special day today 30 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 30 July

762, 30th July: Caliph al-Mansur established the city of Baghdad

1898, 30th July: Cornflakes developed by William Kellogg

1930, 30th July: Uruguay won the first FIFA World Cup

1962, 30th July: The Trans Canada Highway, the world’s largest national highway with a length of about 8,030 km, was opened

1966, 30th July: England won the World Cup for the first time, defeating West Germany in the eighth FIFA World Cup

1971, 30th July: Apollo 15 landed on the moon

2000, 30th July: Kannada matinee idol Dr Rajkumar was kidnapped from his farmhouse at Gajanur in the Talavadi taluk of Erode district, Tamil Nadu, by forest brigand Veerappan

2001, 30th July: Ramon Magsaysay Award for Indian water expert Rajendra Singh

2006, 30th July: The world’s longest-running music show ‘Top of the Pops’ was broadcast for the last time on BBC Two The show had aired for 42 years

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on July 30

1822: Wajid Ali Shah, the eleventh and last King of Awadh

1863: Henry Ford, an American industrialist and business magnate, founder of the Ford Motor Company

1886: S Muthulakshmi, the first female legislator of India

1947: Arnold Schwarzenegger, an Austrian-American actor, businessman, retired professional bodybuilder and former politician who served as the 38th Governor of California

1973: Sonu Nigam, an Indian singer, and composer

1973: Sonu Sood, an Indian film actor, producer, and humanitarian

1982: James Anderson, an English international cricketer

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on July 30

1771: Thomas Gray, an English poet, letter-writer, classical scholar, and professor

1898: Otto von Bismarck, the first chancellor of Germany

1930: Joan Gamper, a Swiss football pioneer, versatile athlete, and club president

1960: Gangadharrao Deshpande, an Indian Independence activist

1983: Vasantrao Deshpande, a Hindustani classical vocalist

What happened in India on 30 July

Tulsidas, devotee of God Rama Saint, great poet and writer of Ramayana, Hanuman chalisa and many many more, died. There are difference in dates 30/7 or 23/10/1623.

Badridas Goenka, famous industrialist, was born.

Dr. S.Muthulakshmi Reddi, first women M.A.L.A.S, was born.

Rikhye Maj-Gen Indar Jit, Educationist and Former Army Officer, was born at Lahore.

Gandhiji informs the Government of Bombay of his decision to march from Ahmedabad to Ras with 33 followers to revive Civil Disobedience movement.

The part of Kashmir, North West Frontier Provience (NWFP), was swallowed up by Pakistan. The formality of raising the flag being done in November.

Export Risk Insurance Corporation of India was established through which exporting materials were insured.

Gangadhar Balkrishna Deshpande, great freedom fighter, leader and ‘Lion of Karnataka’, 0died. He was a loyal Congress leader.

Rajiv Gandhi escaped an attack on him at Colombo.

India says it will revive the ‘Agni’ IRBM programe.

Sabi Fernandes, senior photographer of Indian Express Newspaper Group, died.

The Supreme Court declares that capitation fee in educational institutions is unlawful.

CBI arrests Bhupen Dalal and three other brokers for cheating of LIC Mutual Funds involving Rs.173 crore.

Notification issued for the constitution of Jharkhand Autonomous District Council.

Delhi High Court rejects Narasimha Rao’s petition seeking quashing of 09 order of chief metropolitan magistrate summoning him to appear as co-accused in the $ 100,000 Lakhubhai cheating case.

Madras High Court restrains, by an interim injunction, the foreign universities/institutions having offices in India from awarding or conferring any degree on Indian students.

Punjab Police men and Indian Railways women claim the Federation Cup basketball tournament at Visakhapatnam.

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