1924 in India

1924 in India

"See also:"
1923 in India, other events of 1924, 1925 in India and the
Timeline of Indian history.


*Lahore session of Muslim League presided by Mohammad Ali Jinnah passes resolution on a demand for a federation with greater provincial autonomy. This is the first time after the Lucknow pact 1916 that the Muslim League and Congress hold separate sessions.


*2 March - Gulshan Rai, film producer and distributor (d.2004).
*6 June - S. R. Bommai, politician and Chief Minister of Karnataka (d.2007).
*24 December - Nissim Ezekiel, poet, playwright and art critic (d.2004).
*24 December - Mohammed Rafi, playback singer (d.1980).

Full date unknown

*Kamala Markandaya, novelist and journalist (d.2004).

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