India Stamps July 2011 Issues

Kasu Brahmananda Reddy
Date Of Issue:28.07.2011
Kasu Brahmananda Reddy ( born July 28, 1909 - Death May 20, 1994) at Hyderabad, was the Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh, India from February 29, 1964 to September 30, 1971. On June 3, 1977 he was elected president of the Indian National Congress.Kasu Brahmananda Reddy is credited with creating the Industrial infrastructure in and around Hyderabad. Only congress president to expel Indira Gandhi from Indian National Congress. During his long regime of seven years (Longest for any Congress chief minister in the state of Andhra Pradesh), many major industries like BHEL, HMT, IDPL, Hindustan Cables and several defense establishments like MIDHANI, Bharath Dynamics were established. During his tenure as the Chief Minister, Jalagam Vengal Rao, the Home Minister was instrumental in suppressing the naxal movement in the north coastal Andhra Pradesh. Kasu spared no effort to keep AP united, even in the face of Telangana separatist movement in 1969.He also held the key positions, such as Home Minister of India (1974–1977) and the Governor of Maharastra (February 20, 1988 to January 18, 1990).The famous Chiran Palace was named after Kasu Brahmananda Reddy National Park in Jubilee Hills, Hyderabad, was named in his honor.
Vitthal Sakharam Page
Date Of Issue:21.07.2011
India Post Released a New for Sakharam Page) on 21st July 2011 to contribution in the field of social service, culture, education and literature, economics and philosophy. Page also took part in the freedom movement and was imprisoned for the same. .
United Theological College
Date Of Issue:08..07.2011
India Post released New stamp for "United Theological College" , Bangalore on 08 July, 2011.This College was founded on 1910,8th July, purpose to trained leaders for the church and society over the past 100 years.
Date Of Issue:06.07.2011
Daulat Singh Kothari, popularly known as D. S. Kothari, was an outstanding scientist. He was a great educationist.D.S. Kothari was born on July 6, 1906 at Udaipur. At that time Udaiput was in the Mewar State of Rajasthan. His father, Shri Fateh Lal Kothari, was a school teacher. Kothari had three brothers and one sister.After his MSc, in which he stood first in order of merit, Kothari took an appointment as demonstrator in the Department of Physics of the Allahabad University. After two years working as Demonstrator he went to England for higher studies.In May 1934 Kothari Joined the Delhi University as Reader and Head of the Physics Department. In those days the science departments of the Delhi University functioned in a hired building in Kashmiri Gate.India gOvernment gave the Padma Bhusan and Padma Vibhushan awards for his excellent work. He was appointed as chairperson of University Grants Commission.Besides this he held many other important posts in the field of Education.He has won several honours and awards for his contribution in the field of Science and Education. .He died on 4th February 1993.

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