1975 in India
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Timeline of Indian history
Events in the year 1975 in the Republic of India.
- President of India – Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed
- Prime Minister of India – Indira Gandhi
- Chief Justice of India – Ajit Nath Ray
- Assam –
- Bihar –
- Gujarat –
- Haryana –
- Himachal Pradesh –
- Jammu and Kashmir –
- Karnataka –
- Kerala –
- Madhya Pradesh –
- Maharashtra –
- Manipur –
- Meghalaya –
- Nagaland –
- Odisha –
- Punjab –
- Rajasthan –
- Sikkim –
- Tamil Nadu –
- Tripura –
- Uttar Pradesh –
- West Bengal –
- 19 January – The 6.8 Ms Kinnaur earthquake shook northern India with a maximum Mercalli intensity of IX (Violent). Forty-seven people were killed.
- 19 April – The first Indian satellite, Aryabhata, goes into Earth's orbit.
- 16 May – Sikkim annexed to India after a deposing the monarchy.
- 25 June – A state of emergency is declared by Prime Minister Indira Gandhi during which the press is censored and 100,000 are jailed.
- 27 December – The Chasnala mining disaster kills 375 people when an explosion in a coal mine causes catastrophic flooding.
January to June
- 1 January - Sonali Bendre, actress.
- Preity Zinta, actress.
- 17 March – Puneeth Rajkumar, actor and son of Dr. Rajkumar, Kannada.
- Akshaye Khanna, actor and son of Vinod Khanna.
- 17 May – Dinesh Nayak, field hockey player.
- 26 May – Abbas, actor.
- 4 June – Bhuvaneshwari, actress.
- 8 June – Shilpa Shetty, actress.
- 25 June – Manoj Kumar Pandey, Military personnel.
July to December
- 6 July – Jeevan (Tamil actor)
- 12 July – D. Roopa, Indian Police Service.
- 23 July – Suriya, actor.
- Mahesh Babu, actor.
- 28 August – Eijaz Khan, actor.
- 28 August – Anuj Nayyar, Military officer.
- 16 October – Rajeev Khandelwal, actor.
- 11 November – Diwakar Pundir, actor.
- Sushmita Sen, Miss Universe 1994, actress.
- 9 December – Priya Gill, actress.
- 14 December – Sukhbir Singh Gill, field hockey player.
- Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, philosopher and statesman, first Vice President of India and second President of India (b. 1888).