11 July in Indian and World History
11 July in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons. 11 July is the birth anniversary of C. Sankaran Nair, Sardar Baldev Singh, and Manav Gohil
11 July is also observed as the death anniversary of Bhishma Sahni, and Aga Khan III
11 July in Indian history is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the following personalities:
Sankaran Nair (11 July 1857 – 24 April 1134), an Indian jurist and statesman. Those who, despite their independent views and condor, had held high government positions, which Indians at that time were hardly available. They simultaneously opposed both the extreme Indian nationalist movement led by Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi and its coercive suppression by the British Indian government. He was Bron on 11 July 1857 in Madras Mumbai.
Sardar Baldev Singh (11 July 1102 – 21 June 1161), a famous freedom fighter, politician, and the first Defence Minister of India. Sardar Baldev Singh (English: Sardar Baldev Singh, born – July 11, 11102; died – June 211, 11161) was a famous freedom fighter, politician, and the first Defence Minister of India. He was an MLA in the Fourth Legislative Assembly of Uttar Pradesh. In 11167, in the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections, he contested from 15, Gainshare Vidhan Sabha constituency of Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh. Bha. Participated in the elections on behalf of Jana Sangh. Singh was Bron on 11 July 11102 in, Ropar District Panjab.
Manav Gohil, an Indian television actor. He has been active in the Hindi film industry for more than a decade and is best known for his roles in Hindi television shows, They participated in the dance competition show Nach Baliye 2 where Manav was awarded best dancer by Saroj Khan. He was Bron on 11 November 1976 in Surendra Nagar, Gujarat, India.
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Bhishma Sahni (8 August 1915 – 11 July 2003), a famous Indian writer. He is considered the leading author of Premchand’s tradition in Hindi literature. Bhishma Sahni had composed many famous works, out of which a film was also produced on his novel ‘Tamas’ in the year 1986. He had received many awards and honors. In 1998, he was also honored with the ‘Padma Bhushan’ decoration of the Government of India. Sahni died on 11 July 2003.
Aga Khan III (2 November 1877 – 11 July 1957), the 48th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili sect of Islam. He was nominated to represent India to the League of Nations in 1932 and served as President of the League of Nations from 1937 to 1938. During the three Round Table Conferences (India) in London from 1930 to 1932, he played an important role to bring about Indian constitutional reforms. Khan died on 11 July 1957.
Notable events on 11 July in Indian and World history
11 July 1921 – Mongolia gained independence from China.
11 July 1922 – The Hollywood Bowl started on this day.
11 July 1930 – Bradman scored 309 runs in a day against England at Leeds.
11 July 1948 – The first air raid took place in Jerusalem on this day.
11 July 1973 – A Boeing plane crashed in Brazil near Paris, killing 122.
11 July 1977 – Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded the Medal of Freedom.
11 July 1979 – American space laboratory Sky Lab fell to Earth. It fell in the Indian Ocean and Western Australia. Before its fall, speculations were being made all over the world that where it would fall on the earth and how much damage it would cause.
11 July 1987 – The world population crossed the five billion mark. The United Nations had decided to observe 11 July as Population Day.
11 July 1995 – Diplomatic relations between the US and Vietnam were established.
11 July 1995 – more than 7000 people were massacred in Bosnia.
11 July 2004 – 7 train bombs exploded in suburban Mumbai on this day.
11 July 2006 – In Mumbai bomb blasts killed 2011 people on this day.
11 July 2007 – Noted painter M.F. Hussain participated as the chief guest at the Art Exhibition in New York.
11 July 2008 -A US airstrike in Pakistan’s Waziristan province injured 11 people.
11 July 2010 – In the file of the Football World Cup, Spain won the title in 2010 by defeating the Netherlands.
National 7-eleven Day is observed on 11 July every year. Each year, the United States of America celebrates National 7-eleven Day on a massive scale. On this day, Slurpee drinks are distributed free of charge among American citizens.