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Irrfan Khan

Irrfan Khan Blue Badge.png( Hindi : इरफ़ान खान ) (January 7, 1989 - April 29, 2020) was an Indian film actor. He is known for his work in Bollywood, British Indian, Hollywood and Telugu films. In his 35-year career, he has acted in more than 50 domestic films, and has won numerous awards, including the National Film Award for Best Actor and four Filmfare Awards . Film critics, contemporary actors and other experts consider him one of the best actors in Indian cinema. In 2011, the Government of India awarded him the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honor Adorns. Apart from domestic films, he has acted in a number of international films, including The Warrior (2001), The Namesake (2006), The Darjeeling Limited , Academy Award winning film Slumdog Millionaire (2006), New York, I Love You (2009), The Amazing. Spider-Man (2012), Life of Pi (2012), Jurassic World (2015), and Inferno (2016). As of 2016, his films have grossed $ 3.84 billion worldwide at the box office. In 2016, he was treated for a neuroendocrine tumor. When he came back healthy, he was English mediumStarred in the film. But again he died on April 29, 2020 at the age of 53 due to complications of rectal cancer. (Full article...)

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Kadambini Ganguly (Bengali: কাদম্বিনী গাঙ্গুলি; 18 July 1861 – 3 October 1923) was one of the first two female graduates in British India and the first female physician in South Asia to be educated in European medicine. In the late nineteenth century, she earned a degree in Western medicine and, along with Anandibai Joshi, became one of the earliest female physicians in India. Kadambini, the daughter of Brahmo reformer Brajkishore Basu, was born on 16 July 181 in Bhagalpur, Bihar. Her original home was in present-day Bangladesh Chandshi of Barisal. Her father was the headmaster of Bhagalpur school. Brajkishore Bose along with Abhaycharan Mallick campaigned for women's rights in Bhagalpur. They established the women's organization Bhagalpur Mahila Samiti in 183 AD. This incident was the first in India. Kadambini started her education at the Hindu Mahila Vidyalaya holding the hand of Dwarkanath and her friend Kadambini's great-grandfather Manmohan. Once upon a time, Kadambini saved the life of Dwarkanath's polio-infected son Satish by washing his head during a fever. Mahendra Lal Sarkar, the then famous doctor, also praised her intelligence for this. (Full article...) Read more

Uttarakhand Statehood Movement

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Uttarakhand Statehood Movement is termed to the events of statehood activism within the state Uttar Pradesh which ultimately resulted in a separate state Uttarakhand of the Republic of India. Uttarakhand became a separate state off Uttar Pradesh at 9 November 2000. It is notable that the formation of Uttarakhand was achieved with a very long struggle and heavy sacrifices. The first demand of Uttarakhand arose in 1897 and there had gradually been rising demand for a separate state several times. In 1994, the demand for statehood eventually took the form of mass movement that resulted in the forming of the country's 27th state by 2000. Read more


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