India 2006 '.
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is a book introducing India, spiritually and truly. India 2006 2 January –
Rajnath Singh assumes office as Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief. 7–9 January –
Pravasi Bharatiya Divas is organized in Hyderabad. 26 January –
Soudi monarch King Abdullah is chief guest at Republic Day parade in New Delhi. 2–5 March –
President of the United States, George W. Bush visits India. United States signs landmark nuclear deal with India pending approval from the US Congress and Indian Parliament. 7 March –
2006 Varanasi bombings: Terrorist attack in Varanasi kills at least 15 people and leaves more than 50 injured. 10 April – Fire at Brand India Fair at Meerut Victoria Park in
Meerut, Uttar Pradesh, kills 100. May –Medical doctors started strike against central government decision on reservation for OBC (other backward classes) in Medical Institution.
6 July – The
Nathula Pass between India and China, sealed during the Sino-Indian War, re-opens for trade after 44 years. 11 July –
11 July 2006 Mumbai train bombings: A series of coordinated bomb attacks strikes several commuter trains in Mumbai, India during evening rush hour. 15–25 November Wedding Anniversary of Mrs. Kashmira and Dr. Leo Rebello. The Rebello couple met 265th Pope Benedict XVI, Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger. Presented him Dr. Leo Rebello's books on AIDS and Alternative Medicine, Nature Cure and Yoga Therapy, Holistic Healing in Tropical Diseases, and discussed about abortions, condoms, AIDS, gay marriages, homosexuality among priests, live-in relationship, etc.
20 November –
2006 West Bengal train disaster: A suspected terrorist attack kills five people on a train in a remote area of West Bengal.
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3 January -
Vijay Raghunath Pandharipande, physicist (born 1940). 3 February -
Nadira, actress (born 1932). 25 March -
Chandrakant Bakshi, author (born 1932). 28 March -
Bansi Lal, Haryana's four time chief minister, and defence minister of India during Indian Emergency (1975 - 77) (born 1927) 12 April -
Rajkumar, actor and singer (born 1929). 3 May -
Pramod Mahajan, politician (born 1949). 5 May -
Naushad Ali, musician and composer (born 1919). 8 July -
Raja Rao, novelist and short story writer (born 1908). 21 August -
Bismillah Khan, shehnai musician and Bharat Ratna winner (born 1916). 27 August -
Hrishikesh Mukherjee, film director (born 1922). 24 September -
Padmini, actress and dancer (born 1932). 9 October -
Kanshi Ram, politician and founder of Bahujan Samaj Party (born 1934). 19 October-
Srividya, South Indian actress (born 1953).
Observance [ edit ]
Following days of religious or cultural significance were observed in 2006.
13 January -
Lohri, Punjab 13 January - Arudra Darisanam, Tamil Nadu
13–14 January - Bikaner Camel Festival
14 January - International Kite Festival, Ahmedabad and Jaipur
14 January - Uttarayan Kite Festival, Gujarat
16 January - Jallikattu festival, Alanganallur
16 January - Modhera Dance Festival, Modhera
31 January - Muharram
2 February - Basant Panchami
26 February -
Maha Shiv Ratri 15 March -
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