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28th September - A Day in the life of India

Let's learn about the importance of 28th September, major historical events in the history of India on 28th September, Birthdays on this day, deaths if any etc. If you have Birthday on 28th September, you are sharing your Birthday with freedom fighter Bhagat Singh, legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, Olympian Abhinav Bindra, Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor, actress Mouni Roy and others. 

Festivals/Observations on 28th September
  • World Rabies Day

28th September in the History of India

  • 2019 - Jammu and Kashmir state administration lifted the Day time restrictions from 22 districts of the state, which comprises of 105 police jurisdictions. J&K DGP Dilbag Singh said it's been done after seeing improvement in the situations of those areas.
  • 2019 - PM Narendra Modi met US presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard on the sidelines of UNGA74 (United Nation General Assembly 74th session.)
  • 2018 - On September 28th, 2018 the Supreme Court of India ruled that women of all age groups can enter Sabarimala temple. #SabarimalaVerdict


Birthdays on 28th September
  • 1907 - Bhagat Singh, an Indian freedom fighter and martyr, was a legendary youth icon, and a revolutionary freedom fighter. He is considered an epitome of fearlessness & patriotism in India. He never wrote mercy petitions, never begged for clemency, never disrespected Mahatma Gandhi despite having some differences. (d. 1931)
  • 1929 - Lata Mangeshkar is popularly known as Nightingale of India, celebrating her 90th Birthday on 28th September 2019, Born in Indore she worked as a child actor, before recording her first song for a Marathi film in 1942. Lata Mangeshkar is a playback singer, Music Director, Producer in Indian Cinema. Mangeshkar has sung in 1000+ films in 36 different languages. She has been awarded India's Bharat Ratna, Padma Bhushan, Padma Vibhushan, 3 National awards and 7 Filmfare awards. France conferred her it's highest civilian award 'Legion of Honor' in the year 2007. 
  • 1944 - Ranjit Mallick formerly a sheriff in Kolkata, is a film actor in Bengali cinema. He is very popular in Bengali films for his punchlines and dialogues. He has worked in dozens of movies including "Guru Dakshina", "Amader Songsar", "Sathi" and Mouchak.
  • 1946 - Majid Khan, Indian-Pakistani cricketer
  • 1966 - Puri Jagannadh, Indian director, producer, and screenwriter mainly works in Telugu Cinema. 
  • 1982 - Abhinav Bindra, Indian Air Rifle shooter, Bindra is the first-ever Indian Olympian to win an individual Gold Medal for the country.
  • 1982 - Ranbir Kapoor is a Bollywood actor, he made his acting debut with Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Saawariya, Ranbir Kapoor won two consecutive Best Actor awards at Filmfare for his romantic drama Rockstar and the comedy-drama Barfi!. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani established him as a leading Bollywood actor. Kapoor's portrayal of Sanjay Dutt in Rajkumar Hirani's biopic "Sanju" is one of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time, for which he won another Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Kapoor is also a co-owner of the Indian Super League football team Mumbai City FC. 
  • 1985 - Mouni Roy, Bollywood film actress, rose to popularity for her lead role in Nagin serial. Roy is a trained Kathak dancer. In 2018, she made her film debut with "Gold" opposite Akshay Kumar, she turns 34 on (28th September 2019) all set for the release of her upcoming film 'Made In China' co-starring Rajkummar Rao. 
Deaths
  • 1793 - Rani Rashmoni was the founder of Kali temple in Dakshineswar, Kolkata She was appointed the priest of the temple by Shri Ramakrishna Paramhansa.
  • 1994 – K. A. Thangavelu, Indian film actor and comedian (b. 1917)
  • 2012 – Brajesh Mishra, Indian politician and diplomat, 1st Indian National Security Advisor (b. 1928)
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