On This Day in History 13 April | Today History

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What Happened On This Day in History

  • 1699: Govinda Singh the tenth guru of the shiks, founded the Khalsa path. The festival of Baisakhi is celebrated on this day every year.
  • 1999: British soldiers shot dead unarmed Indians whoever holding a peaceful gathering in jallianwala Bagh. Thousands of people were injured during this period. This incident changed the period. This incident changes the trend of the freedom struggle in the country.
  • 1939: Hindustani red army (Indian red army ) was fun for an armed struggle with the British in India.
  • 1947: Diplomatic relations are established between India and Pakistan.
  • 1960: France tests nuclear bomb in Sahara desert. It becomes the fourth country to achieve this feat.
  • 1978: The first flag career of the country INS Delhi was retired.
  • 1980: The United States boycott the summer Olympic games in Moscow.
  • 1984: Indian cricket team won the Asia Cup for the first time by dividing Pakistan by 58 runs in Sharjah.
  • 1985: Katrina Dorre won the first woman’s World Cup marathon.
  • 1997: America’s young golf edrick tiger what’s won the US masters championship at the age of 21 to register the youngest little win. Become the youngest player to win.
  • 2002: United State welcomed LTTE chief V .don’t Prabhakaran’s commitment to peace.
  • 2002: North Korean long-range rocket test file due to rocket burst after lunch.
  • 2005: Vishwanathan Anand become ‘world chess champion’ for the fourth time.
  • 2007: Google acquired and service provider double click for s 3.1 billion.
On This Day in History

Famous Peoples Borns and Deaths

  • 1890: filmmaker DadaSaheb Torne, the producer of India’s first film Sri ‘pundalik’, was born.
  • 1863:The famous lecturer, assistant, and state of India Babu Gulab Rai died.

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