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Today in History India 19 June

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What happened in India today | Today’s Historical Events on June 19

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1862, 19th June: The U.S. Congress prohibits slavery in United States territories, nullifying Dred Scott v. Sandford.

1961, 19th June: Kuwait declares independence from the United Kingdom.

1966, 19th June: ‘Shiv Sena’ a political party in India was founded in Mumbai.

1978, 19th June: Garfield, holder of the Guinness World Record for the world’s most widely syndicated comic strip, makes its debut.

1981, 19th June: India’s Ariane Passenger PayLoad Experiment (APPLE) satellite, 1st to be stabilized on 3 axes, launched.

1989, 19th June: E. S. Venkataramaiah became the 19th Chief Justice of India.

1999, 19th June: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee inaugurated the Maitreyi Express to Kolkata to Dhaka bus service.

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on June 19.

1595: Guru Hargobind, the sixth of ten Gurus of the Sikh religion.

1623: Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician, physicist, inventor, philosopher, writer, and Catholic theologian.

1945: Aung San Suu Kyi, a Burmese politician.

1947: Salman Rushdie, a British Indian novelist, and essayist.

1958: Mukesh Khanna, an Indian television and film actor.

1962: Ashish Vidyarthi, an Indian film actor, and motivational speaker.

1970: Rahul Gandhi, an Indian politician.

1985: Kajal Aggarwal, an Indian film actress, and model.

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on June 19.

1747: Nader Shah, one of the most powerful Iranian rulers.

1949: Syed Zafarul Hasan, a prominent twentieth-century Pakistani Muslim philosopher.

1956: Thomas J. Watson Sr., an American businessman.

1993: William Golding, a British novelist, playwright, and poet.

2020: Vidyaben Shah, an Indian social worker, and activist.

What happened in India on 19 June

Nadirshaha passed away.

Madhavrao Sapre was born.

Pandurang Chimanaji Patil, famous agriculturist of Maharashtra, was born.

Raj Chandra Bose, Indian mathematician and statistician, was born at Hosangabad in Madhya Pradesh. He made many valuable contributions to the subject. He discovered new codes for telecommunication. In 1976, America’s highest honour to a scientist came to Bose as he was elected Fellow of the US Academy of Sciences.

Nandini Satpathy, politician, was born at Cuttack in Orissa.

Salman Rushdie, English writer, was born in Bombay.

People of Chandernagar, the French Indian Settlement, decided to merge with the Indian Union.

Shiv Sena was established.

Morarji Desai resigns after split in Janata Party.

APPLE, India’s first experimental geo-stationary telecommunication satellite having experimental communication satellite, successfully launched by European Ariane, Kourou, French Guiana. This is the first to be stabilized on 3 axes.

NDC approves approach paper to the Eighth Plan.

13 Sri Lankan Tamils, including EPRLF Secretary General Padmanabha, were shot dead in Madras reportedly by LTTE men.

Sudhakar Rao Naik (Cong-I) sworn in as the Maharashtra CM.

In an unprecedented move, UP Speaker Dhani Ram Verma adjourns the two-day special session called to prove Mayavati Government’s majority in the House. Later, the House gathers, rejects the sine die adjournment and unanimously elects B.R. Verma (BSP) as new presiding officer to conduct the business of the House.

India and US officially launch Indo-US Commercial Alliance during US Trade Secretary’s visit.

Kerala LDF govt. decides to reopen the ISRO espionage case, which was closed by the CBI.

Indian flag cargo ship, M. V. Arcadia Pride, sinks in inclement weather, seven nautical miles off Colaba, Mumbai, leaving four sailors dead and 20 missing. In the rescue and search operation by the Indian Navy, nine persons were rescued.

Indian Prime Minister and his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif, spoke for first time on restored hotline, to reiterate their committment to comprehensive dialogue, including Kashmir.

The ”people’s bus” from Calcutta rolls into Dhaka and is formally received by the Prime Minister and his Bangladesh counterpart.

Babu Parmanand, former speaker of the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, sworn in as the 12th Governor of Haryana.

Salgocar wins the Pondicherry Millennium All India Football tournament in Pondicherry.

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