INDIA:Stamp Released on R.Venkataraman

\"\"India Post today issued a commemorative postage stamp on former President of India R.Venkataraman.The President, Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil released  the Commemorative Postage at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi.The Union Minister for Human Resource Development and Communications and Information Technology, Kapil Sibal was also present on the occasion.

\"\"Ramaswamy Venkataraman (4 December 1910 – 27 January 2009) was an Indian lawyer, Indian independence activist and politician who served as the eighth President of India. Venkataraman was born in Rajamadam village in Madras Presidency. He studied law and practised in the Madras High Court  and the Supreme Court of India  . In his young age, he was an activist of the Indian independence movement  and participated in the Quit India Movement.He was appointed member of the Constituent Assembly and the provisional cabinet. He was elected to Lok Sabha four times and served as Union Finance Minister and Defence Minister. In 1984, he was elected the seventh Vice President of India  and in 1987, he became the 8th President of India and served from 1987 to 1992.

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5 Responses to INDIA:Stamp Released on R.Venkataraman

  1. Dinu says:

    Der Aaye lekin Durust aaye.

    At last – At last – At last.

  2. R.K.MISHRA says:

    A systematic pack includes all the product of the day.

  3. Dinu says:

    RV is released but noone knows when the issue list for 2012 will be released.

  4. SUNIL KUMAR GARG says:

    This issue is quite different from other issues in that it has
    large white borders thus allowing for misperforations that
    de-grace stamps printed wall-to-wall.

  5. Dinu says:

    One question many other former presidents stamps bear the inscription “President of India (19yy – yyyy)”. This one does not have it. Any reason?

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