Saturday, December 6, 2014

10 December - Day in History of India and Importance

International World Freedom Day

1902 - Sir Ronald Ross was awarded Nobel Prize for discovering the cause of Malaria.
1907 - Rudyard Kipling author of "Jungle Book" received Nobel prize for literature.
1913 - Rabindranath Tagore was awarded Nobel Prize for literature.
1932 - Indian Military Academy was formally inaugurated.
1952 - World's First Official Family Planning program was started in India.
1967 - Earth quake hit Koyna Nagar.
1992 - Central Government bans RSS, VHP, Bajrang Dal, ISS and Jamait-e-Islami
1998 - Professor Amartya Sen won Noble Prize for Economics

Cricket - India beat NZ by 8 wickets in Chennai match, win One day series 5-0

The origin of genetic diversity found in South Asia is much older than 3,500 years
Aryan invasion theory not right. A Study claimed.


1878 - Rajaji - Chakravari Rajagopala Chari - In Hosur, Tamil Nadu - Muhammad Ali Jauhar (Founder of Jamia Millia Islamia)
1886 - Ardeshir M. Irani founder of Star Films
1902 - Nijalingappa Siddavanahalli
Rati Agnihotri  - Hindi film actress


1761 - Maharani Tarabai of Pune
1857 - Veer Narayan Singh executed publicly.

No comments:

Post a Comment