Indian History Of Today- August 06
- On August 6, 1906, Bande Mataram newspaper was first published.
- On August 6, 1920, “Shakuntala” was made by the Oriental Film Manufacturing Company.
- The Bombay Film Censor Board started working on August 6, 1920.
- On August 6, 1925, Indian political leader Surendranath Banerjee died in Barrackpore.
- Indian cricketer A. G. Kripal Singh was born on August 6, 1933.
- Social reformer and leader Rukmini Lakshmipathi passed away on August 6, 1951.
- On August 6, 1991, Ramakrishna Hegde disqualified as an MLA.
- On August 6, 1994, the Hazratbal Force was handed over to the Muslim Auqaf Trust.
- Former Union minister Kalpnath Rai died on August 6, 1999 in Delhi.
- Dr. Rajkumar was honored with the Dadasaheb Phalke award on August 6, 1995.