Today in History India 13 April

Check out below about Today in History India 13 April in Indian history or April 13 special day in India. Looking for information about today special day in India? If yes, check out below. On this Special day today 13 April in Indian history, falls the birthdays and death anniversaries of various well-known people of India. You would also find out about events that happened that make it to the list of today special day in India.

Today’s Historical Events on April 13

1772, 13th April: Warren Hastings was appointed chairman of the Bengal Committee of the East India Company.

1849, 13th April: Hungary became a republic.

1919, 13th April: Jallianwala Bagh massacre killed 379 and injured 1,200 people.

1939, 13th April: Hindustani Lal Sena (Indian Red Army) was formed for an armed struggle with the British in India.

1960, 13th April: The US launched Transit 1-B, the world’s first navigation satellite.

1984, 13th April: Indian cricket team won the Asia Cup for the first time by defeating Pakistan by 58 runs in Sharjah.

1997, 13th April: Tiger Woods became the youngest golfer to win a Masters Tournament.

Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on April 13

1743: Thomas Jefferson, the third president of the United States.

1895: V. R. Khanolkar, an Indian Pathologist. “Father of Pathology and Medical Research in India.”

1905: Bruno Rossi, an Italian experimental physicist. 

1906: Samuel Beckett, an Irish novelist and playwright.

1930: Pattukkottai Kalyanasundaram, an Indian poet, and lyricist.

1940: Najma Heptulla, an Indian politician and Governor of Manipur.

1956: Satish Kaushik, an Indian film director, producer, and actor.

1963: Garry Kasparov, a Russian chess grandmaster.

Death Anniversaries of famous people on April 13

1973: Balraj Sahni, an Indian film and stage actor.

1993: Wallace Stegner, an American novelist.

1999: Sheik Chinna Moulana, a legendary nadhaswaram player in the Carnatic tradition.

2008: John Wheeler, an American theoretical physicist.

2015: Gunter Grass, a German-Kashubian novelist.

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