1995 in India
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Timeline of Indian history
Events in the year 1995 in the Republic of India.1993
- President of India – Shankar Dayal Sharma
- Prime Minister of India – P. V. Narasimha Rao
- Chief Justice of India – Aziz Mushabber Ahmadi
- 5 March – Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Limited founded.
- 21 September – Reports of the Hindu milk miracle surface.
- 23 December – Nearly 425 people die when a blaze rips through a school prize-giving ceremony in the northern town of Dabwali in Haryana state, near the Indian capital.
- 20 October – Hindi movie Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge released the longest running Hindi movie.
- 31 August – Punjab Chief Minister Beant Singh is assassinated.
- India joins the World Trade Organisation (WTO) which has replaced GATT.
- November 1995 – City of Bombay renamed as Mumbai
- 17 December 1995 in which unauthorised arms were dropped from an Antonov An-26 aircraft in Purulia district in the state of West Bengal
- 25 January – Mandeep Singh, field hockey player
- 5 March – Tanvi Ganesh Lonkar, actress
- 10 March – Bipin Singh, footballer
- 19 March – Biswajit Biswas, footballer
- 26 March – Anshuman Joshi, actor
- 29 April – K. Maneesha, badminton player
- 5 May – Alen Deory, footballer
- 6 June – Sadi Jalali, soccer player
- 8 June – Jacob Lalrawngbawla, footballer
- 9 June – PU Chitra, track and field athlete
- 5 July – Pusarla Venkata Sindhu, badminton player
- 7 July – Anamika Choudhari, singer
- 22 July – Armaan Malik, singer
- 7 September – Sahaj Grover, chess player
- 9 September – Rahul Kumar, actor
- 15 October – Niveda Thomas, actress
- 19 November – Tara Sutaria, actress, dancer, singer and TV host
- 22 December – Shivam Sai Gupta, visual effect producer and game developer
- 28 December – J. Meghana, badminton player
Full date unknown
- Aashika Bhatiya, actress
- 10 April – Morarji Desai, independence activist and 6th Prime Minister of India (born 1896).
- 21 August – Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar, astrophysicist and joint Nobel Prize in Physics winner (born 1910).