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Today In Indian History - Historical Events of India

DateEvent Name
1/28/1846 British forcibly separate Kashmir from the Sikhs and sell it to the Maharaja of Jammu for 1,000,000 pounds after the Battle of Allwal.
1/28/1853 Jose Marti, great author and politician, was born at Cuba.
1/28/1865 Lala Lajpat Rai 'Punjab Kesari', great valiant freedom fighter, social reformer, humanitarian and lawyer, was born in Dhudike village of Ferozepur district, Punjab.
1/28/1877 Pulin Bihari Das, revolutionary journalist, passed away.
1/28/1894 Anandibai Prabhakar Jayawant, famous Hindi writer, was born at Baroda.
1/28/1895 Shankarrao Dattatray Dev, veteran Congress leader, Gandhian and Sarvoday leader, was born.
1/28/1898 Nivedita, an Irish lady of Scottish descent, came to India.
1/28/1900 General K.M. Cariappa, first Indian Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army, was born at Sanivara, Santhai (Coorg).
1/28/1902 Gandhiji left for Rangoon visit. Stays for a month with Gokhale at Calcutta. Returns to Rajkot and settles down to practise.
1/28/1911 The famous Hope diamond, once worn by Marie Antoinette, was bought tonight for over $300,000 by Ned McLean, son of John McLean. Mrs. McLean wore it as a head ornament, guarded by a former Secret Service man who in turn was guarded by two private detectives. Walnut-sized and exquisitely blue in color, the 44.5-carat stone stems from India. Its owners included Louis XIV, Louis XVI, and a London banker named Hope. A sinister history of ill luck, madness, and violent death clings to the unique gem.
1/28/1925 Raja Ramanna, fourth President of Indian Atomic Energy Commission, was born.
1/28/1933 India in Waldorf Hotel in London read out a four and a half page note in Cambridge.
1/28/1937 Suman Kalyanpurkar, famous singer, was born.
1/28/1950 Supreme Court of India was inaugurated.
1/28/1951 Kashmir issue taken up in UN security council.
1/28/1961 Foundation-stone of the first factory of H.M.T. wrist watches laid in Bangalore.
1/28/1976 Erapalli Prasanna takes 8-76 to rip through New Zealand at Eden Park.
1/28/1984 Dozen's of Sikh Militants arrested in India's troubled Punjab State after terrorists killed 3 people and injured 31 in grenade attack.
1/28/1984 Sohrab Meherwanji Modi, famous drama and film producer, director and actor, passed away.
1/28/1992 Umanath Vachaspati, Magsesey Award winner, passed away.
1/28/1996 Dev Kanta Baruah, first President of former Congress, passed away at New Delhi at the age of 82.
1/28/1998 All 26 accused, who stood trial in the Rajiv Gandhi assassination case, were sentenced to death. A designated Judge of the TADA court in Chennai found them guilty.
1/28/1999 Central Zone won the Deodhar Trophy, defeating South in their final in Agartala.
1/28/2000 Indian junior cricket team wins the Youth cricket World Cup.


 


Other Historical Dates and Events
10/16/1952Pakistan's first Test vs India starts at Delhi.
8/7/1905Indian National Congress declared to boycott the British goods for the first time against Bengal partition, and also advocated to buy ' Swadeshi.
12/7/1998A. B. Vajpayee questions Pakistan's decision to hand over part of occupied Kashmir to China and says the area belongs to India.
6/25/1992BJP bags eleven seats in the biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha, Congress (I) secures seven.
1/14/1851Peshwa Bajirao Raghunath, last Peshwa of Marathas, passed away at Brahmawart.
10/28/1928M.G.K. Menon, Physics expert, was born.
2/16/1932Sibnath Banerjee, trade union movement leader, passed away. He founded several organisation like Congress Socialist Party, A.I.T.U.C. and Hind Mazdoor Sabha, etc.
3/22/2000India's first third generation satellite 'Insat-3B' put in orbit by Europe's latest Ariane-5 rocket from Kourou in French Guyana.
8/3/1970Chonira Beliappa Muthamma, first women career diplomat, appointed ambassador to Hungary.
10/3/1880Sakuntal Sangeet held in Anandodbhav Auditorium in Pune. Annasaheb Kirloskar presented the first musical play in Marathi.