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Birthday (Gujarati) :
Chandravadan Chimanlal Mehta (1901),
Birthday (Indian) :
Jai (1985),
Prashanth (1973),
Suchitra Sen (1931),
Sreenivasan (1956),
Adithya (1974),
Sanjay Suri (1971),
Dilip Vengsarkar (1956),
Kaveri Bhaskar Karve (1906),
Nilkanth Yashwant Khadilkar (1934),
Birthday (International) :
Paul Rudd (1969),
Peyton R. List (1998),
Mudassar Nazar (1956),
Arshad Ali (1976),
Bashir Shah (1983),
Death :
Sujatha (2011),
Harkhishan Singh (1664),
Pannalal Nanalal Patel (1989),
Day :
International Day of Sport for Development and Peace,
Event :
Mahatma Gandhi declared an All India Strike against the Rollatt Act .This was the first strike. (1919),
India resumes export of marine products to the European Union; 25 units have been approved by the Export Inspection Council for exporting to EU countries. (1998),
The Government permits use of LPG as auto fuel. (2000),
Janata Party splits again; members with RSS links form the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP). A. B. Vajpayee becomes its first President. (1980),
During the second world war, for the first time Japanese air-bombers attacked India, and the mainland took place at Visakhapatnam. (1942),
Indira Gandhi,PM, inaugurated the construction of Bokaro Steel Plant. (1968),
1st plastic, Celluloid, patented (1869),
1st modern Olympic games open in Athens Greece [3/25 OS] American, James Connolly, wins 1st Olympic gold medal in mod history (1896),
Electric starter 1st appeared in cars (1912),
1st film shown on an airplane (British Air) (1925),
Teflon invented by Roy J Plunkett (1938),
Pioneer 11 launched toward Jupiter & Saturn (1973),
1st time 11 people in space (1984),
Microsoft announced Windows 3.1, upgrading Windows 3.0 (1992),
US declares war on Germany, enters World War I (1917),
Alexander Graham Bell was granted a patent for the multiple telegraph, which sent two signals at the same time. (1875),
In England, lawmakers ban the display of tobacco products, hoping the move will lead to a reduction in the number of youths who smoke (2012),
Scientists announce the discovery of three new animal species that spent their entire lives without oxygen; the species are phylum Loricifera (2010),