Indian History Of Today- July 18
- Dutch East Indies Governor-General Johannes Camphuys was born on 18 July 1634.
- On July 18, 1695, Dutch-Indies Governor-General Johannes Camphuys died.
- On July 18, 1857, the University of Kolkata, Mumbai and Madras were established.
- On July 18, 1908, 14,000 workers of a factory went on strike at Bombay.
- On July 18, 1909, the famous Bengali poet and translator Bishnu Dey was born.
- Indian Independence Act, signed by King George VI on July 18, 1947, was declared the Indian Freedom Act 1947.
- On 18th July 1980 Madras Doordarshan Centre delivered his first color transmissions in the afternoon for one hour.
- Amitabh Bachchan resigns from his Lok Sabha membership on July 18, 1987.
- The President’s rule was imposed in Jammu and Kashmir on July 18, 1990.
- On July 18, 1993 India defeated France 3-2 in the Davis Cup and enter into the semi-finals.
- On July 18, 1993, Jayalalitha goes on fasting on Cauvery issue.
- On July 18, 1994, educationist, and former Chancellor of Delhi University Moonis Rosa passed away.
- The Central Government approved the report of the 5th Pay Commission on July 18, 1997.