22 February in History


Capitalised at Rs. 5 lakh, the Bombay Spinning and Weaving Company paid a 10 per cent dividend for six years straight. Cowasji Nanabhai Davar had already set the stage for the safety of industrial capital in India. Impressed by his impressive invention, a good population of entrepreneurs like Wadias and the Tatas started investing in industries. Post interruption of supplies… Read More →

Abul Kalam Ghulam Muhiyuddin, better known as Maulana Azad, shaped the educational policy of the country as the first educational minister of independent India. He was an icon of secular nationalism who vehemently opposed the division of the country on communal lines. This was in sharp contrast to another popular Muslim leader of that time, Jinnah, who was increasingly demanding… Read More →

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