Indian History Of Today- July 02
- On 2 July 1757 Siraj ud-Daulah was caught and killed.
- On July 2, 1905, former West Bengal Governor Shanti Swaroop Dhavan was born.
- On 2nd July 1926, social reformer and politician Ramsewak Yadav was born in the village of Tala.
- On July 2, 1928, the great Indian poet Nanda Kishore Bal was passed away.
- On July 2, 1929, the famous Bengali dramatist Amrita Lal Basu died.
- C. Kumar N. Patel was born on July 2, 1938 in Baramati, near Pune. He was the youngest scientist elected to the US National Academy of Science in 1974.
- Socialist leader Yusuf Meherally died on July 2, 1950.
- Kunji Lal Dubey died on July 2, 1970, freedom fighter and educationist.
- On July 2, 1972, Simla Treaty was signed between Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi and of Pakistan Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
- The famous Malayalam poet, Nalankal Krishna Pillai, died on 2 July 1991.
- Six new ministers were included in the Union Cabinet on July 2, 1992.
- On 2 July 1993, the ONGC Ordinance was transformed into a corporation.
- On July 2, 1997, the screening of Hepatitis C was made mandatory across India.
- On July 2, 1998, India and Sri Lanka signed an agreement to promote agricultural research.
- 9 people died in Jammu and Kashmir on 2 July 1999 by unknown militants.
- On July 2, 1999, the Indian Army launched the 3 pronged attacks on the Kargil.