Indian History Of Today- July 28
- On July 28, 1909, politician Kasu Brahmananda Reddy was born in Madras.
- On July 28, 1912, the famous Neurosurgeon Ramachandra Gondo Ginde was born.
- On July 28, 1921, the Congress decided to boycott the visit of Prince Wales in India.
- On July 28, 1924, many villages were destroyed due to floods in the south.
- On July 28, 1939, the great lawyer, writer and prominent leader of Assam, Tarun Ram Phukan, passed away.
- On July 28, 1946, the social worker and the nun, Saint Alphonsa passed away in Bharananganam.
- Mufti Mohammad Sayeed was disqualified on July 28, 1989 for the Rajya Sabha.
- On July 28, 1994, the government dismissed the JPC report, and due to this the disturbance started in Parliament.
- On July 28, 1999, Shiv Sena President Bal Thackeray was banned from voting and contesting in any elections on the recommendation of the Election Commission.
- Sudhakarrao Naik, O. N. Srivastava and G. Ramanujam were appointed governor on July 28, 1994.