28 November in Indian and World History

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28 November in Indian and World History

28 November in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons. 28 November is the birth anniversary of Pramod Karan Sethi, and Amar Goswami.

28 November is also observed as the death anniversary of Jyotirao Govindrao Phule, and Shankar Shesh,

Birth Anniversary

28 November in Indian history is celebrated as the birth anniversary of the following personalities:

Pramod Karan Sethi (28 November 1927 – 6 January 2008), a renowned Indian physician who created the Jaipuria Pare (artificial foot), he received the Ramon Magsaysay Award and the Padma Shri for his work. He was born on 28 November 1927 in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Amar Goswami (28 November 1945 – 28 June 2012), a famous Hindi litterateur and novelist. He was associated with prestigious magazines of the country like ‘Manorama’ and ‘Ganga’ for a long time. Amar Goswami was also the founder of the literary organization ‘Vichariki’. He also edited several literary magazines. He was born on 28 November 1945.

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Death Anniversary

28 November in Indian history is observed as the death anniversary of the following personalities:

Jyotirao Govindrao Phule (11 April 1827 – 28 November 1890), the great Indian thinker who first started the work of untouchability and women’s education in Maharashtra He was a social worker, writer, philosopher and revolutionary activist. He died on 28 November 1890 in Pune, Maharashtra.

Shankar Shesh (2 October 1933 – 28 November 1981), a famous Hindi playwright and cinematographer. He was one of the important playwrights in the field of drama literature. The sensitivity of his personality was formed by the contemporary environment and the circumstances of the era. Shankar Shesh was recognized as a multi-faceted genius writer. He was a Hindi officer in a bank in Mumbai. His fame had increased with his plays like ‘Fundi’, ‘Ek Tha Dronacharya’, ‘Raktbeej’ etc. His dissertation was based on a comparative study of Hindi Marathi story writers. Shankar Shesh was a very sympathetic and non-aligned writer. A famous film was also made in Hindi on the story ‘Gharonda’ composed by him. He died on 28 November 1981.

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Notable events on 28 November in Indian and World history

28 November 1660 – The Royal Society was formed in London.

28 November 1814 – The Times of London was printed for the first time with an automatic print machine.

28 November 1821 – Panama declared independence from Spain.

28 November 1854 – The Dutch army suppressed the Chinese rebellion in Borneo.

28 November 1875 – British explorer Verne Cameron reached West Africa.

28 November 1893 – Women voted for the first time in New Zealand in national elections.

28 November 1912 – Ismail Qadri declared the independence of Albania from Turkey.

28 November 1919 – American-born Lady Astor was elected the first female member of the House of Commerce.

28 November 1932 – France and the Soviet Union signed a non-aggression pact.

28 November 1956 – Chinese Prime Minister Chou En-lai visited India.

28 November 1960 – Mauritania formally declared its independence.

28 November 1975 – West Indies great bowler Michael Holding made his Test debut against Australia. He took 249 wickets in 60 Tests and 142 wickets in 102 ODIs.

28 November 1990 – After the elections, John Major became Prime Minister of Britain.

28 November 1996 – Captain Indrani Singh became the first woman to command an Airbus A-300 aircraft.

28 November 1997 – Prime Minister IK Gujral resigned from his post.

28 November 1999 – South Korea won the Asia Cup hockey title by defeating Pakistan, India won the bronze medal by defeating Malaysia.

28 November 2001 – Nepal asked India for two helicopters to deal with the Maoists.

28 November 2002 – Canada banned Harkat-uz-Mujahideen and Jaish-e-Mohammed.

28 November 2006 – The Treaty on Arms Management between the Nepalese government and the Maoists was concluded.

28 November 2007 – China’s warships were sent to Japan for the first time after World War II, due to the cordial relations between the two Asian countries.

28 November 2012 – two car bombings in the Syrian capital Damascus left 54 ​​dead and 120 injured.

Important Days

Independence Day is a public holiday in Albania observed on 28 November. It commemorates the Albanian Declaration of Independence, which was ratified by the All-Albanian Congress on 28 November 1912, establishing the state of Albania.

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