2018 in India

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Events in the year 2018 in the Republic of India.

Incumbents[edit]

Government of India[edit]

Photo Post Name
Ram Nath Kovind official portrait.jpg President of India Ram Nath Kovind
Venkaiah Naidu official portrait.jpg Vice-President of India

Chairman of Rajya Sabha

Venkaiah Naidu
PM Modi 2015.jpg Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi
CJI Ranjan gogoi.jpg Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi
Sumitra Mahajan.jpg Speaker of the Lok Sabha Sumitra Mahajan
Media address by Chief Election Commissioner of India, Shri Sunil Arora on 2nd December 2018 (cropped).jpg Chief Election Commissioner of India Sunil Arora

State Governments[edit]

State Governor Chief Minister Chief Justice
Andhra Pradesh E. S. L. Narasimhan N. Chandrababu Naidu Ramesh Ranganathan (Hyderabad High Court)
Arunachal Pradesh B. D. Mishra Pema Khandu Ajit Singh (Gauhati High Court)
Assam Jagdish Mukhi Sarbananda Sonowal Ajit Singh (Gauhati High Court)
Bihar Satya Pal Malik Nitish Kumar Rajendra Menon (Patna High Court)
Chhattisgarh Balram Das Tandon Raman Singh T. B Radhakrishnan
Goa Mridula Sinha Manohar Parrikar Manjula Chellur
Gujarat Om Prakash Kohli Vijay Rupani R. Subhash Reddy
Haryana Kaptan Singh Solanki Manohar Lal Khattar Shiavax Jal Vazifdar
Himachal Pradesh Acharya Dev Vrat Jai Ram Thakur Sanjay Karol (Acting)
Jammu and Kashmir Narinder Nath Vohra Mehbooba Mufti Badar Durrez Ahmed
Jharkhand Draupadi Murmu Raghubar Das Dhirubhai N. Patel (Acting)
Karnataka Vajubhai Vala Siddaramaiah H. G. Ramesh (Acting)
Kerala P. Sathasivam Pinarayi Vijayan Antony Dominic (Acting)
Madhya Pradesh Om Prakash Kohli (Additional charge) Shivraj Singh Chouhan Hemant Gupta
Maharashtra C. Vidyasagar Rao Devendra Fadnavis Manjula Chellur
Manipur Najma Heptulla N. Biren Singh N. Kotiswar Singh (Acting)
Meghalaya Ganga Prasad Mukul Sangma Dinesh Maheshwari
Mizoram Nirbhay Sharma Lal Thanhawla Ajit Singh
Nagaland Padmanabha Acharya T. R. Zeliang Ajit Singh
Odisha Ganeshi Lal Naveen Patnaik Vineet Saran
Punjab V. P. Singh Badnore Amarinder Singh Shiavax Jal Vazifdar
Rajasthan Kalyan Singh Vasundhara Raje Pradeep Nandrajog
Sikkim Shriniwas Patil Pawan Kumar Chamling Satish K. Agnihotri
Tamil Nadu Banwarilal Purohit Edappadi K. Palaniswami Indira Banerjee
Telangana E. S. L. Narasimhan (Additional charge) K. Chandrashekar Rao Ramesh Ranganathan (Acting)
Tripura Tathagata Roy Biplab Kumar Dev Tinlianthang Vaiphei
Uttar Pradesh Ram Naik Yogi Adityanath Dilip Babasaheb Bhosale
Uttarakhand Krishan Kant Paul Trivendra Singh Rawat K. M. Joseph
West Bengal Keshari Nath Tripathi Mamata Banerjee Jyotirmay Bhattacharya(Acting)

Elections[edit]

Following elections are scheduled to take place in various states of the country

Events[edit]

January[edit]

June[edit]

  • June 20 – Indian government report warns that 21 cities groundwater will run out by a year 2020.[23]

August[edit]

October[edit]

  • 10 October - At least five people died and 30 were injured when a passenger train derailed in the north Indian state of Uttar Pradesh.[24]

Sports[edit]

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July[edit]

November[edit]

December[edit]

India vs Australia test series 2018 - Blue men are going to competite against the aggressive Australian, 4 test matches in the series starts this december.

Deaths[edit]

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September[edit]

October[edit]


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  33. ^ Kapil Mohan, creator of the iconic Old Monk rum, passes away at 88
  34. ^ Atomic scientist professor Baldev Raj passes away
  35. ^ Lagaan actor Shrivallabh Vyas dies at 60
  36. ^ Five Powerlifters Including World Champion Saksham Yadav Killed In Car Accident in Delhi
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  38. ^ Satnam Kainth, now Punjab Congress VP and BSP’s LoP in 1992, passes away
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  41. ^ Former Union Minister Raghunath Jha passes away in Delhi
  42. ^ Veteran journalist and writer Gnani Sankaran passes away
  43. ^ Bishop Geevarghese Divannasios Ottathengil
  44. ^ Veteran Kannada actor Kashinath passes away in Bengaluru
  45. ^ Legendary cartoonist Chandi Lahiri passes away
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