Indian History Of Today- July 23
- On July 23, 1555 Humayun defeated Sikandar Shah Suri in the battle of Machhiwara and Sirhind and won his victory over Delhi.
- On July 23, 1856, scholar, mathematician and Indian leader Bal Gangadhar Tilak was born in Maharashtra.
- On July 23, 1898, Bengali novelist Tarashankar Bandopadhyay was born in Labhpur.
- On July 23, 1904, the Great Indian Peninsula Railway started first class restaurants on its mail trains.
- On July 23, 1906, the great freedom fighter and leader Chandra Shekhar Azad was born in Madhya Pradesh.
- On 23 July 1912, industrialist Ambalal Kilachand was born.
- Educationist Navinchandra Chimanlal Pandya was born on 23 July 1923 in Ahmedabad.
- On July 23, 1933, leader, lawyer, social activist and President of Bengal Swaraj Party, Jatindra Mohan Sengupta passed away in Ranchi.
- India celebrates the birth centenary of Bal Gangadhar Tilak on July 23, 1956.
- Prem Dutt Paliwal, President of All India Forward bloc, died on July 23, 1991.
- On July 23, 1996, R. Bhattacharjee was appointed as Narcotics Commissioner of India.
- India on July 23, 1997 decides to sign a United Nations Convention Against Atrocities, Inhuman or Offensive Treatment or Punishment.