On this day, in 1933, the famous poet and Ghazal writer Dushyant Kumar was born in Bijnor

On this day, in 1933, the famous poet and Ghazal writer Dushyant Kumar was born in Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh. He died due to a heart attack at the age of 42 years. But even at such a young age, Dushyant wrote such compositions that became immortal.

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The scope of dushyant's writings was typical. At times, he writes in a revolutionary manner in the backdrop of emergency" How can there be a beauty in the sky, a stone to be thrown out of physics, sometimes in a romantic fashion, "You pass a rail, I am a bridge. "


Dushyant Kumar or Dushyant Kumar Tyagi initially wrote the name of Dushyant Kumar Foreigner. Bhopal was their karmbhoomi. He also worked in the Department of Culture in emergency and wrote against the government. They also had to bear the brunt of it.


World War II began 81 years ago

From 1914 to 1918, the First World War took off and ended with many treaties. But many issues were unresolved, causing instability and tension. On September 1939, Adolf Hitler's German army, with about 1.5 million soldiers, attacked Poland. Britain and France retaliated to Hitler's army two days later. From 1939 to 1945, the Second World War occurred almost all over the world. Germany, Italy and Japan became the pivots of this world war. France, Britain, the United States and the Soviet Union came together to counter them. About 4 to 5 crore people were killed. This is the longest-standing war in history.


Lic took shape 64 years ago

On January 1956, the Government of India nationalized 245 insurance companies doing business in the country at that time. Now the need of the organisation was felt to bring these companies under one roof. Then, in June 1956, the LIC Act was passed in Parliament. Thus, the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) took shape on September 1956 with a fund of Five crore rupees. Today, about 2048 offices are in every nook and corner of the country. LIC with more than one million agents holds 77 per cent stake in the insurance business in the country.

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