On This Day in History | Today 18 June

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What Happened On This in History

  1. 1576: The battle of Haldighati started between Akbar and Maharana Pratap.
  2. 1758: French General Bussy took permission from Nizam Salabat Jung, which mark the end of France’s presence in India.
  3. 1812: US President gems Medison declares War on the British.
  4. 1815: Napoleon Bonaparte was defeated at the battle of Waterloo.
  5. 1941:Turkey signs a peace deal with Nazi Germany.
  6. 1946: The first Satyagraha movement was launched to Liberate Goa from the Portuguese.
  7. 1946: The Hindu Succession Act was passed.
  8. 1979: The US and the Soviet Union signed an arms control arrangement.
  9. 1987: M S Swaminathan received the first world food price.
  10. 1991: Despite having an absolute majority, Congress became the largest party in the Lok sabha.
  11. 2013: Google launches the Internet program Adsense.
  12. 2009: NASA scientist special vehicle to search for water on the moon.
  13. 2017: ICC champion therapy Pakistan won the title by defending India.
  14. 2020: PM Narendra Modi launched the action of 41 coal mines throw a video conference under the ambitious, ‘Aatmnirbhar Bharat Abhiyan,’. The auction was launched for the sale of coal, which in turn would make India self-reliant in the energy sector.
  15. 2020: Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan launched India’s first mobile lab for COVID-19 testing to post last-mile testing access in rural India.
  16. 2020: China’s legisla passed a draft conservation national security bill for Hong Kong. The bill received strong Criticism for undermining the legal and political situation of the same autonomous reason.
On THis Day 18 June

Borns On This Day in History

  1. 1899: Freedom fighter Gandhian thinker and famous writer Dada Dharmadhikari were born in Betul district of Madhya Pradesh.

Deaths on This Day in History

  1. 1972: British European plan 548 crashed shortly after taking off. 118 people on board the plane died in the accident.
  2. 2005: Mushtaq Ali, former Indian cricketer, and Test batsman passed away.
  3. 2009:Famous Indian composer, classical singer, and Sarod player Ali Akbar Khan passed away.

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