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1992- Air agreement between India and Israel was signed.
2001 – World Milk Day is an international day that was established by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to recognize the importance of milk as a global food.
1996 (Death Anniversary) – Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was India’s sixth President, serving from 1977 to 1982.
1930 – Deccan Queen was introduced as a weekend train during the days of the British raj to ferry rich patrons – fans from Bombay (now Mumbai) to Poona (now Pune) to attend horse racing at Pune Race Course. The first service of the train was conducted from Calyan (now Kalyan) and Pune.
1929 (Birthday) – Nargis Dutt was an Indian actress that starred in Bollywood classics. She is also regarded as one of the greats of cinema and made her debut with Talash-E-Haq in 1935, at the age of just 5 years old. Her career began in 1942 with the film Tamanna.
1842 (Birthday) – Satyendranath Tagore was the first Indian to join the Indian Civil Services. He was an author, song composer, and a linguist who made a significant contribution towards the emancipation of women in the Indian society during the British Raj.
1990 (Birthday) – Laxmi Agarwal is an acid attack survivor, a campaigner for rights of acid attack victims, and a TV host. The movie ‘Chhapaak’ was based on her life story.
1985 (Birthday) – Dinesh Karthik is an Indian wicket-keeper batsman who made his debut for the Indian cricket team in 2004. He became captain of the IPL Kolkata Knight Riders team during the 2018 season.
1975 (birthday) – Karnam Malleswari is a retired Indian weightlifter. She is the first Indian woman to win a medal at the Olympics. She also received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna in 1995, India’s highest sporting honour, and the civilian Padma Shri award, in 1999.
1970 (Birthday) – R. Madhavan is an Indian actor, writer, and film producer who appears in Tamil and Hindi language films.
1950 (birthday) – Ashok Kumar, is a former Indian professional field hockey player. He is the son of the Indian hockey player Dhyan Chand and is known for his exceptional skills and ball control. He was also a member of the Indian team that won the 1975 World Cup.