Maharaja Ranjit Singh, "Lion of Punjab", was born.
Four Language panels were started on Rs. 10/- notes. First time four corner serial numbers were introduced. This panel had Indian languages which varied from state to state.
War Secretary Brodrick claimed that Boers were killing natives in large numbers. He intended to withdraw troops from India to fight in S. Africa at London.
Yeshwantrao Hindurao Ghorpade, former ruler and great industrialist, was born.
Gandhiji left England for South Africa and wrote ''Hind Swaraj'' on board S.S. Kildonan Castle.
Vasantrao Banduji Patil, former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, was born.
Gajanan Madhav, famous modern Hindi poet, critic and storywriter, was born.
Mahadev Sadashivrao Ande, freedom fighter and political leader, was born.
Chandra Prakash Gupta, great educationist, was born at Gaini in UP.
Australian Services draw first Victory Test against India.
Richard Nixon, the US Vice President, arrives in New Delhi.
Yezdani Gulam, great researcher, archeologist and art critic, died.
Flooding ravages Ganges delta. 200,000 million killed.
Supreme Court orders establishment of an all-India judicial service.
Dr. Pundalik Dattatrya Gaitonde, Goa freedom fighter, passed away.
The Indian hospital and aviation was operational immediately. The Indian contingent formally took charge of the responsibility of the capital city of Mogadishu.
The Supreme Court in an unanimous 65-page verdict declares that patients who received deficient services from the medical profession and hospitals were entitled to claim damages under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986.
Pravabati Devi (88), freedom fighter and `Mother Teresa of Orissa', dies at the orphanage set up by her at Chharchanpali.
Tendulkar blazes as India wins the Coca Cola Cup at Sharjah beating Zimbabwe in the final.
A woman commits 'sati' in Satpura village in Mohaba district of Uttar Pradesh.
Punjab Police men, Railways women emerged Federation Cup basketball champions in Jalandhar.