Tuesday, 18 April 2017

19 April Today in Indian History

19 April Today in Indian History
Events for April 19
19-April-1451Buhlul Khan Lodi, an Afghan of Lodi tribe, marched down upon Delhi.
19-April-1910Anant Laxman Kanhere, revolutionary, was hanged.
19-April-1950Shyama Prasad Mukherji resigned. He was the first Minister of Central Cabinet.
19-April-1960Meeting of Afro-Asian Conference at New Delhi.
19-April-1975First Indian Satellite ''Aryabhata'' launched. The Satellite provided technological experience in building and operating a satellite system. It was launched by Russian launch vehicle Intercosmos.
19-April-1976Maharshi Dayanand University established in Haryana.
19-April-1976Indira Gandhi proposes a resumption of ties with Pakistan in New Delhi.
19-April-1981Indira Gandhi, Prime Minister, inaugurated `Maharashtra Vidya Bhavan'.
19-April-1993Sanjay Dutt, film star, was held under TADA for possessing an AK-56 rifle.
19-April-1994Rajindersing Spero, first awardee of `Mahavir Chakra' and former Chief Minister of Punjab Major General, passed away.
19-April-1995Gopala Ramanujam, Goa Governor, takes up a additional charge of Kerala.
19-April-1995Rajendra Kumari Bajpai appointed the Lt. Governor of Pondicherry.
19-April-1996AIDS deleted from the list of contagious diseases in the Railway Act of 1989.
19-April-1997I.K. Gujral, External Affairs Minister, chosen leader of United Front in place of Deve Gowda.
19-April-1998Kottayam in Kerala becomes the first district in India to complete computerisation of the talluk offices connecting them with the district headquarters.
19-April-1998Jayalalitha, the AIADMK leader, demands that all ''tainted leaders'' be dropped by the Vajpayee Government or that Sedapatti R. Muthiah is taken back.

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