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Datta, Sukha Sagar [Sukhsagar] (1890–1967), medical practitioner and political activist, was born in Bengal, the youngest son in the family of three sons and two daughters of Dwijadas Datta (b. 1856), professor of agriculture, and his wife, Muktakeshi, daughter of a ...

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Ganguly [née Basu], Kadambini (c. 1862–1923), physician and political activist, was born in Bhagalpur, a town in eastern India (now in the state of Bihar) where her father, Brajakishore Basu, was headmaster of a school. He was an active member of the reformist ...

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Gulati, (Harbans) Lall (1895/6–1967), general practitioner, ophthalmologist, and local politician, was born in Sherpur, near Lahore, Punjab, India, the son of Dola Ram Gulati. His date of birth is not known for certain but is thought to be 1 July of either 1895 or 1896. He was the tenth of eleven children and had nine older brothers and one younger sister. He was raised as a Hindu....

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Katial, Chuni Lal (1898–1978), physician and politician, was born in the Punjab, India. He graduated MBBS in 1922 from Lahore University, with honours in medicine and surgery, then joined the Indian Medical Service (IMS) and for five years, as a captain in the service attached to the ...

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Kaushal, Baldev Sahai (1906–1992), general practitioner, was born at Partoki, Punjab, India, on 2 August 1906, the son of the physician to the household of the governor of the Punjab. He undertook his medical training at King Edward Medical College, Lahore, and completed his postgraduate qualifications at ...

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Saggar, Jainti Dass (1898–1954), medical practitioner and politician, was born on 6 September 1898 in Deharru, Ludhiana district, Punjab, British India, the second son and fourth of the six children of Hindu parents, Ram Saran Dass Saggar (1870–1943), merchant, and his wife, Sardhi Devi Uppal...