Saturday, July 30, 2016

23 July - Day in History of India and Importance





July 1991 - Month of India's Economic Reforms
India's Economic Reforms (1991 - 2016) Review and Plan for 2016-2041 - $20 Trillion GDP


Birthdays

1856 - Lok Manya Bal Gangadhara Tilak
1944 - Bhaskarrao Bapurao Patil  2009 Lok Sabha Member

Update 1 august 2016,  25 Dec 2012

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

22 July - Day in History of India and Importance



1678 - Shivaji won the Vellore fort.

1702 - East India Company merged with a rival group and United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies was formed. In 1833, the name was again changed to East India Company.

1908 - Bal Gangadhar Tilak sentenced to 6 year jail in Mandlay (Burma - Myanmar)




July 1991 - Month of India's Economic Reforms
India's Economic Reforms (1991 - 2016) Review and Plan for 2016-2041 - $20 Trillion GDP


Birthdays

1925 - H.J. Teleyarkhan
1959 - Anant Kumar


Updated  22 July 2016, 24 December 2012

Monday, July 18, 2016

3 July - Day in History of India and Importance



1991 - Rupee devalued for a second in three days by Narasimha Rao Government (11% this time)

2015

                                  http://pibphoto.nic.in/photo//2015/Jul/l2015070367177.jpg


Birthdays
1959 - R.K. Singh Patel - 2009 Lok Sabha Member

3 July - Bollywood - Hindi Films - NRUTube Video Movie Theater

http://www.indianage.com/0703.html


Updated 21 July 2016,  25 Dec 2015

21 July - Day in History of India and Importance

1658 - Aurangjeb became emperor of Delhi - informal event.
1883 - Star theater was opened in Calcutta
1947 - Indian Constituent Assembly accepted tricolour flag as  National Flag.
1963 - Kashi Vidyapeeth was given University status
1977 - Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was elected as President of India
1988 - INSAT 1C was launched.
1999 - Janata Dal Split into two, one led by Deve Gowda and one by Sharad Yadav. The group led by Sharad Yadav supports NDA.
2016 - Economic Times brings out a special issue on 25 years Economic Reforms initiated in July 1991. (Budget speech of 1991 delivered on 24 July 1996 is a major reform event)



Birthdays
1930 - Anand Bakshi
1934 - Chandu Borde (Cricketer)
1942 - Shri Mallikharjun Kharge -  2009 Lok Sabha Member


Updated on 21 July 2016,  25 December 2012

24 July - Day in History of India and Importance




1991 - On 24 July 1991, the Congress government, led by P.V. Narasimha Rao, announced  the “New Industrial Policy”, which kickstarted the process of liberalization of the economy from central planning and primacy of the public sector principle. The policy, at one stroke, opened up the manufacturing sector by dismantling the system of licences and controls for most industries and allowed 51% foreign equity in Indian companies.

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/nAnoRg4LU8JTsUE4T7STWI/20-years-of-economic-reforms.html

Budget of Speech of Finance Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh
http://indiabudget.nic.in/bspeech/bs199192.pdf


July 1991 - Month of India's Economic Reforms
India's Economic Reforms (1991 - 2016) Review and Plan for 2016-2041 - $20 Trillion GDP



Birthdays

1980 - Kumari Agatha Sangma - 2009 Lok Sabha Member


Updated  21 July 2016,  25 Dec 2012

Monday, July 11, 2016

14 July - Day in History of India and Importance



1636 - Aurangjeb was appointed as Viceroy of Deccan by Emperor Shajehan.

1942 - Quit India resolution passed by Congress Working Committee




Birthdays
1656 - Guru Harkishan - 8th Sikh Guru
1929 - Kailash Joshi -  2009 Lok Sabha Member


Updated 14 July 2016,  25 Dec 2012

Monday, July 4, 2016

8 July - Day in History of India and Importance


1497 - Vasco-da-gama started from Lisbon his exploration of the route to India.

1907 - Elphinstone Picture Palace (Film theater) was opened in Calcutta
1918 - Montagu - Chelmsford report was published.
1954 - Bhakra-Nangal dam canal was inaugurated.
1991 - 25 tonnes of gold was moved to London as security for a loan
1991 - L K Advani became Leader of Opposition in 10th Lok Sabha
1996 - Mathematical Olympiad was first held in Mumbai.



Birthdays
1914 - Jyoti Basu - Chief Minister, West Bengal, 1977-2000
1949 - Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy
            Neetu Singh (Bollywood actress)
1972 - Sourav Ganguly (Cricketer)


8 July - Bollywood - Hindi Films - NRUTube Video Movie Theater


Updated 8 July 2016