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Historical Event:
One hundred miners were trapped beneath a blazing mine. It was thought that there were unlikely to be any survivors in Madras.  on 5/26/1931


One hundred miners were trapped beneath a blazing mine. It was thought that there were unlikely to be any survivors in Madras.



Other Historical Dates and Events
1/7/1928Vijay Tendulkar, famous playwright and novelist, was born.
9/17/1876Sarat Chandra Chattopadhyay was born in Debanandpur village.
4/27/1906China, as suzerain of Tibet, has agreed to the terms of a treaty proposed by Britain. According to the treaty, foreign powers may not send representatives to Tibet, receive transportation or mining concessions, or occupy, buy or lease any territory in Tibet without British permission. The British want to prevent the Russians from establishing a protectorate over Tibet, which lies on India's northern border. Lord Curzon, Viceroy of India, failed in attempts to communicate with Tibet's ruler, the Dalai Lama. A British military expedition fought its way to the capital at Lhasa and concluded the agreement.
6/15/1949Uloor S. Parmeswara Iyer, famous poet, writer, editor and literature, died. He was 72.
7/30/1992The Supreme Court declares that capitation fee in educational institutions is unlawful.
6/18/1992Congress (I) chooses Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma as Presidential candidate.
8/5/1999The Global Peace March demands demilitarisation of the entire planet.
10/1/1991India takes over the presidency of Security Council with Ambassador G.R. Gharekhan in the chair.
12/15/1803East India Company captured Orrisa state.
8/26/2000Vijay Kumar wins the Hindu Open Golf championship at the Cosmopolitan Club in Chennai.