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Birthday (Gujarati) :
Yashvant savailal Pandya (1905),
Jayant Desai (1909),
Karsan Devji Ghavri (1951),
Birthday (Indian) :
Srikanth (1979),
Sunil (1974),
Rose Dawn (1987),
Padmapriya Janakiraman (1980),
Jennifer Kendal (1934),
Digvijay Singh (1947),
Ravindra Jain (1944),
Sanjeev Chattopadhyay (1936),
Krishan Kant (1927),
Birthday (International) :
Bugsy Siegel (1906),
Azhar Mahmood (1975),
Rana Naved-ul-Hasan (1978),
Stephan Myburgh (1984),
Death :
Rajendra Prasad (1963),
Kamla Nehru (1936),
Jaydev (1988),
Dayaram (1852),
Day :
National Science Day (India) ,
Event :
Medical College was started in Calcutta and it was officially opened on Feb 20. (1835),
International City Auroville inaugurated the Aurobindo Ashram in Pondechery (1968),
Gandhiji signs Satyagraha Pledge to secure withdrawal of Rowlatt Bills (1919),
The samadhi of Morarji Desai - Abhay Ghat - near Sabarmati Ashram, Ahmedabad to be converted to a national monument, this was decided on Feburary 11 (1997),
Srinivas Ramanujan, famous Indian scientist, was elected Fellow of the Royal Society. (1918),
C. V. Raman invented 'Raman Effect' of scattered light, which led him in achieving the 'Nobel Prize'. (1928),
Sir Chandrasekhar V. Raman, Scientist, 1930 Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering ""Raman Effect"". He is also the first Indian to receive this honor in Physics. (Indian Nobel Laureat (1930),
The National Science Day was celebrated for the first time at the ICMR Headquarters and all its Institutes/Centres in February 1987 through exhibitions, lectures, demonstration campaigns etc. (This has now become an annual event). (1987),
Strike by workers of the Nizam state railways over bonus (1930),
The erroneous word "Dord" is discovered in the Webster's New International Dictionary, Second Edition, prompting an investigation (1939),
Forrester issued a patent for computer core memory (1956),
AT & T looses record $7 BILLION for fiscal year ending on this day (1982),
Jupiter flyby of the New Horizons Pluto-observer spacecraft. (2007),
In North Carolina, a neuroscientist at Duke University announces he has successfully connected the brains of two rats in such a way that they share information (2013),
IBM announces it is on the cusp of creating the world's first quantum computer (2012),
United Nations chief weapons inspector Hans Blix said there is no evidence that Iraq has any weapons of mass destruction (2003),