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Anupam Kher (born 7 March 1955) is an Indian actor and the former Chairman of Film and Television Institute of India. He is the recipient of two National Film Awards and eight Filmfare Awards. He has appeared in over 500 films in several languages and many plays.
Radhika Pandit is an Indian film and former television actress. She has established a career in Kannada cinema as a leading actress. Having worked in television soaps such as Nandagokula “Kaadambari” and Sumangali, Pandit made her feature film debut in Moggina Manasu (2008).
Arnab Ranjan Goswami (born 7 March 1973) is a controversial Indian journalist and television news anchor, who is the editor and majority owner of the news channel Republic TV.Before Republic TV, Goswami was the editor-in-chief and a news anchor of Times Now and ET Now, from 2006 to 2016.
Raju Sundaram (born 7 March 1968) is an Indian dance choreographer, film actor and director, who works primarily in Tamil, Kannada and Telugu language films. He appeared as an actor in films such as but not limited to: Jeans (1998), 123 (2002), Manasella Neene (2002), I Love You Da (2002) and Quick Gun Murugan (2009); and directed one film, Aegan (2008).
Shantanu Maheshwari (born 7 March 1991) is an Indian television actor, dancer, choreographer and host. He debuted in the show Dil Dosti Dance on Channel V in his breakout performance as the protagonist Swayam Shekhawat.
In 1956 A gigantic steel tube plant opened in Jamshedpur. It was the first of its kind in India.
In 1994 India and Iran sign three Memorandum of understanding in Tehran.
In 1996 Union Cabinet clears decks for extending benefits of reservation to Dalit Christians.
In 1998 A. B. Vajpayee is elected leader of the BJP Parliamentary Party.
In 1647 Guru Dadaji Konddev, master of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, died.