What major events happened in 2007 in India?
18 May – 18 May 2007 Hyderabad Bombing: 9 people are killed in a bomb blast at the Mecca Masjid mosque in the Indian city of Hyderabad, India. 19 July – Prathiba Patilis elected as the first female President of India. 25 August – Forty-four people are dead after two bombs explode in Hyderabad.
What was the government of India in 2008?
The United Progressive Alliance (UPA), the governing alliance in India elected in 2004, faced its first confidence vote in the Lok Sabha (the lower house of Parliament) on 22 July 2008 after the Communist Party of India (Marxist)-led Left Front withdrew support over India approaching the IAEA for the Indo-US nuclear …
What events happened in 2007?
- January 4: Nancy Pelosi becomes Speaker of the House.
- April 16: United States President George W. …
- July 15: Opening ceremony of the second Tacoma Narrows Bridge.
- August 1: …
- October 20 – November 9: Flames burn Santa Clarita, California during the California wildfires of October 2007.
- Amariyanna Copeny.
What was the year 2007 known for?
Back in the year 2007, Steve Jobs was probably the most famous person in America. Apple introduced the first generation iPhone, and Google launched the Android operating system. England banned smoking in all enclosed workplaces, following similar bans in Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland.
Who was famous in 2007?
Highest Grossing Stars of 2007 at the Domestic Box Office
Who was first president of India?
Rajendra Prasad, (born December 3, 1884, Zeradei, India—died February 28, 1963, Patna), Indian politician, lawyer, and journalist who was the first president of the Republic of India (1950–62).
What is the full name of Narendra Modi?
Narendra Damodardas Modi was born on 17 September 1950 to a Gujarati Hindu family of grocers in Vadnagar, Mehsana district, Bombay State (present-day Gujarat).
Who was the prime minister before Manmohan Singh?
|No.||Name||Assumed office of Prime Minister|
|11||H. D. Deve Gowda||1 June 1996|
|12||Inder Kumar Gujral||21 April 1997|
|13||Manmohan Singh||22 May 2004|
|14||Narendra Modi||26 May 2014|