Google celebrates Cornelia Sorabji's 151st birth anniversary: 10 things you should know of India's first woman advocate
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 Google on Wednesday paid tribute to India’s first female advocate Cornelia Sorabji on her 151^st birth anniversary. Apart from this, Sorabji was also the first woman to graduate from the then Bombay University (now University of Mumbai).
Google on Saturday put out a doodle with an Indian man, a camera, and a few other village people. It was celebrating the 116th birth anniversary of renowned Indian filmmaker, actor and writer Shantaram Rajaram Vankudre, famed as 'V. Shantaram', alias Annasaeb.
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