Zohra Segal's film Neecha Nagar, the only Indian film to ever win the Palme d'Or, released today in 1946.
She swam around 67 km from Cape Gris Nez, France to Sandgate, England, becoming the first Asian women to swim across the English Channel.
The doodle reinforces that wearing masks can save lives, in the midst of a resurgence of COVID-19 cases across the globe.
She is regarded as among the key leaders that brought about the 1969 Stonewall uprising — a turning point in the global LGBTQ+ rights movement.
Google's 'Throwback Doodle series' has been launched to look back at some of the most interactive Google Doodle games.
Google first came out with a coronavirus-related doodle on 4 April and began ‘Thank you Coronavirus Helpers’ series on 6 April.
Earth Day 2020: António Guterres says world must act decisively to end COVID-19 pandemic, ease threat of climate disruption
The United Nations General Assembly designated 22 April as International Mother Earth Day through a resolution adopted in 2009
Earth Day 2020: Today's Google doodle is a never-ending game that honours the mighty bee and its power of pollination
Google partnered with The Honeybee Conservancy, a nonprofit organization based in New York to create its doodle.
'Thank you': Google salutes front line workers fighting COVID-19 with hearts in final doodle of coronavirus series
Google has been sharing endearing doodles celebrating all the people who are tirelessly working amid the coronavirus outbreak across the world.
The doodle shows the educator wearing glasses with a digital screen in the background and a laptop on a pile of books.
On 6 April, Google started its doodle series to honour people fighting the COVID-19 pandemic on the front lines.
The Google doodle features a package being delivered by a worker wearing a facemask.
Google Doodle dedicated to all grocery workers ensuring essential goods are available during the pandemic
This week is is dedicated to the teaching community and workers in the food industry that is ensuring goods are available to people.
Google Doodle series to thank coronavirus heroes like food delivery workers, teachers over the next two weeks
The first Google doodle in the series focused on the public health workers and researchers in the scientific community.
The doodle, that you will see today on the Google search page all day, suggests everyone to 'Stay home. Save Lives.'
Ignaz Semmelweis, the first physician to talk about handwashing benefits, honoured in today's Google Doodle
Semmelweis is a physician who is attributed as being the first person to discover the medical benefits of washing one's hands.
Today's illustration includes a bright blue sky, a hot air balloon, leaves, petals, and a bunny!
For his contributions to both Punch and Alice in Wonderland, Tenniel received a knighthood in 1893.
Republic Day marks the completion of India’s transition from the British Raj to an independent republic.
Azmi won several awards, including three Filmfare Awards, a Padma Shri Award for Literature and Education and Sahitya Akademi Fellowship.