November 24- This Day in Indian History

Find out what happened in India on 24 November.

24-November-1881
Ram Rachhpal, son of Sukhi Ram, called 'Chhotu', freedom fighter, politician and leader, was born in a 'Jat' famlily in a small village Garhi Sampla in Rohpak district. His life was a saga of sincere and ceaseless striving to improve the condition of the poor peasants in India, popularly known as 'Deenbandhu'.
24-November-1899
Pandit Hiralal Shastri, great social worker, leader and first chief minister of Rajasthan state, was born at Jobner, Jaipur District.
24-November-1919
Gandhiji presides over All-India Khilafat conference at Delhi.
24-November-1924
Rasipuram Krishnaswami Laxman, famous political cartoonist, was born.
24-November-1926
Aurobindo Ghose, former I.C.S. and revolutionary, attained full enlightenment I.e 'Purna Siddhi'.
24-November-1930
Chandrakant Trimbak Patankar, cricketer ( wicket keeper in one Test India vs NZ 1955-56), was born in Pen, Maharashtra.
24-November-1932
The Third Round Table Conference ended in London. As Gandhi was in prison because of his civil disobedience movement he could not attend it. This conference ended without achieving anything.
24-November-1941
Attack on Pearl Harbour.
24-November-1941
Indian infantry attacks German tanks at Sidi Omar.
24-November-1948
Ashok Gandotra, cricketer (Two Tests for India 1969), was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
24-November-1952
Brijesh Parsuram Patel, cricketer (Indian batsman 1974-77), was born in Baroda.
24-November-1963
Marotrao Kannamwar, former Chief Minister of Maharashtra, passed away.
24-November-1969
Guru Nanak University established at Amritsar, Punjab.
24-November-1973
E. V. Ramasami Naicker (EVR), founder leader of Dravida Kazhagam, passed away at the age of 94.
24-November-1988
Mizoram became the first Lok Sabha member.
24-November-1989
Tendulkar scores a record cricket test 50 aged 16 years 214 days.
24-November-1991
Bihar's ruling JD makes a clean sweep of all the three Lok Sabha seats in the by-elections.
24-November-1992
It was decided that Lok Sabha session would start with the national song "Vande Mataram" and end with National Anthem "Jana Gana Mana".
24-November-1992
Lok Sabha approves bill seeking to confer Indian citizenship to a child born to an Indian mother outside the country.
24-November-1992
Milan Kumar Banerjee appointed Attorney General.
24-November-1997
Leander-Mahesh stumble at the final step, finish second in the World doubles tennis championships at Hartford.
24-November-1998
Polling is held in 626 assembly constituencies spread over four States - Delhi, Madhya Prades, Mizoram and Rajasthan.
24-November-1999
India finish with 10 gold, eight silver and seven bronze medals in the Commonwealth shooting championship which ended in Auckland.
24-November-1999
The dedication ceremony of Shanmukhananda Hall is put off

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