This Day in History on 14th May
The historical events hold a lot of value for aspirants who are sitting for UPSC competitive exams including that IAS Exam.
On this page, we will list all historical events that occurred on the 14th of May. The students can refer them while preparing for all competitive exams and banking exams.
- Flag Day (Paraguay)
- National Unification Day (Liberia)
1953: Y. N. Sukthankar was appointed as the Cabinet Secretary of India. He held this office till 31-07-1957
1954: President issues an order extending the application of the Indian Constitution to Kashmir with the concurrence of the State government.
1960: The first plane of India flew up to New York.
1972: Fighting between Indian and Pakistani forces along the Kashmir border was reported.
1976: Pakistan and India agree to resume diplomatic ties.
1982: All India Radio was renamed ‘Akashwani’ but its Urdu service yet announces that it was All India Radio.
1992: LTTE banned in India.
1993: Bombay High Court upholds Goa C.M. Ravi Naik’s disqualification by speaker under the anti-defection bill.
1993: Justice V. Ramaswamy decides to resign.
1994: RBI announces tight monetary policy.
1996: H.D. Deve Gowda was elected leader of the third front as its prime ministerial candidate.
1998: India will not sign CTBT unconditionally, says the Prime Minister.
2000: L. K. Advani, Union Home Minister, announces the extension of the ban on the LTTE by two more years.
Birthday / Anniversary:
1907: Muhammad Ayub Khan, the Pakistani president, was born.
1914: Ekanath Dattatreya Kulkarni, educationist and writer, was born at Bhaloni, Tal Pandharpur.
Death / Death Anniversary:
1923: Narayan Ganesh Chandavarkar, one of the founder members of the Indian Congress and a social reformer, passed away.
1963: Dr Raghuvir, a famous linguist and President of Jansangh passed away.
1978: Jagdish Chandra Mathur, a modern Hindi playwright, passed away.