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History Of Day In English

Historical Events -  July 19.

1763: Mir Qasim was defeated in the ‘Katwa’ battle by the British.

1832: The British Medical Association was founded as the Provincial Medical and Surgical Association by Sir Charles Hastings at a meeting in the Board Room of the Worcester Infirmary.

1949: The king of Tehri Garhwal announced a merger with the Indian Union.

1969: The Indian government nationalized 14 major commercial banks.

1974: The remains of Indian revolutionary Udham Singh were brought from London to New Delhi.

1976: Sagarmatha National Park in Nepal was created.

2007: Pratibha Patil became the First Woman President of India.

Famous Birthdays  – July 19

1814: Samuel Colt, an American inventor, industrialist, and businessman.

1827: Mangal Pandey, an Indian revolutionary.

1863: D. L. Ray, a Bengali poet, playwright, and musician.

1896: A. J. Cronin, a Scottish physician, and novelist.

1909: Balamani Amma, an Indian poet.

1938: Jayant Narlikar, an Indian astrophysicist.

1955: Roger Binny, an Indian former cricketer.

1956: Rajendra Kumar, an Indian film actor.

1961: Harsha Bhogle, an Indian cricket commentator and journalist.

1976: Benedict Cumberbatch, an English actor.

Death Anniversaries -  July 19

1882: F. M. Balfour, a British biologist.

1968: Pratap Singh Rao Gaekwad, the last ruling Maharaja of Baroda.

1993: Girilal Jain, an Indian journalist.

2018: Gopaldas Neeraj, an Indian poet and author.

2020: Rajat Mukherjee, an Indian director.


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