Indian History Of Today- August 08
- Recurrent monsoon after August 8, 1911, cholera problems started in many parts of India.
- On August 8, 1912, Mathematician and Padma Bhushan award winner Prabhu Lal Bhatnagar were born in Kota.
- Due to the floods in Ganges and Yamuna rivers on August 8, 1923, there was considerable damage of life in Banaras.
- On August 8, 1932, Marathi actor and film producer Dada Kondke was born Pune.
- Jim Corbett National Park was founded on August 8, 1936.
- On August 8, 1940, Indian cricketer Dilip Sardesai was born on Margao.
- India ready to give 40 miles to Bhutan on August 8, 1946.
- Indian Biochemist Yellapragada Subbarow died in New York on August 8, 1948.
- A treaty was established between India and Bhutan on August 8, 1949.
- On August 8, 1984, P.T Usha set a new record of 55.42 in 400 meters Hurdles in Los Angeles.
- On August 8, 2000, former Chief Minister of Karnataka, S. Nijalingappa died in Chitradurga.