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Today in History India 30 June

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What happened in India today | Today’s Historical Events on June 30

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1855, 30th June: Santhal Rebellion started. The rebellion was led by the four Murmu Brothers – Sidhu, Kanhu, Chand, and Bhairav.

1857, 30th June: The Battle of Chinhat was fought between British forces and Indian rebels, at Ismailganj, near Chinhat, Oude.

1859, 30th June: French acrobat Charles Blondin crossed Niagara Falls on a tightrope.

1937, 30th June: The world’s first emergency telephone number, 999, was introduced in London. 

1966, 30th June: Koka Subba Rao became the ninth Chief Justice of India.

1966, 30th June: The National Organization for women, the United States’ largest feminist organization, was founded.

2002, 30th June: Brazil won the FIFA World Cup.

On this Day Famous Birthdays & Birth Anniversaries on June 30.

1911: Vaidyanath Mishra, Nagarjun, a Hindi and Maithili poet.

1934: C. N. R. Rao, an Indian chemist.

1943: Saeed Akhtar Mirza, an Indian screenwriter, and director.

1966: Mike Tyson, an American former professional boxer.

1969: Sanath Jayasuriya, a former Sri Lankan cricketer.

On this Day Death Anniversaries of famous people on June 30.

1917: Dadabhai Naoroji, an Indian Parsi scholar, trader, and politician.

1919: Lord Rayleigh, a British scientist who discovered Argon.

2007: Sahib Singh Verma, former chief minister of Delhi. 

What happened in India on 30 June

Jayappa Shinde who was the son of Ronoji Shinde was murdered.

Krishnaraj Bodiyar was once again declared as the King of Mysore.

Dadabhai Navroji, veteran leader and industrialist, died.

Sir Dinshaw Manokji Petit, famous industrialist, was born.

Congress creates Indian Territory (now Oklahoma).

Santhals of Rajmahal Hills, Santhal-Paragana, Bihar started their agitation against ill treatment by Britishers, revenue officers, police, landlords and moneylenders under the leadership on Sindhu and Kanhu at Bhoranadhighi, Bengali.

Mahatma Gandhi’s first arrest during campaigning for Indian rights in S Africa.

Dr. Dadabhai Naoroji, great Indian, patriot and one of the founders of the Indian National Congress, politician and merchant, died at the age of 92.

Kalyanji, famous music director, was born.

George Fernandes, worker’s leader and politician, was born.

June Thorburn, actress (Touch & Go, Children Galore), was born in Kashmir, India.

Chintamani Nagesh Ramachandra Rao, famous Scientist and Chemist, was born. His research work confines to “Solid State Chemistry”. In 1982 he was elected Fellow of the Royal Society.

Cease-fire was agreed under UN auspices between India and Pakistan, who signed treaty to stop the war at Rann of Kutch.

Judge K. Subba Rao became the Chief Justice of India. He held this office till 11/04/1967.

Makhanlal Chaturvedi, famous journalist and litterateur, passed away.

R. D. Singh became the director of Central Bureau of Investigation. He was there in this office till 24 Jan. 1980.

President’s rule imposed in Assam.

W. R. Dhavle, editor, died.

Mizoram became the state of India.

A 36-member Congress ministry led by Hiteswar Saikia assumes office in Assam.

Over 20 Indian pilgrims die in Saudi Arabia due to heatwave and inadequate medical attention.

AN-12 phasing out marked the end of a glorious chapter of transport operations in the IAF.

CNN launches a 24-hour news channel in partnership with Doordarshan.

Gujarat floods claimed 170 lives.

Joginder Singh, CBI Director, was given marching orders bringing his 11-month-old controversial tenure to sudden end. R. C. Sharma, Special Director, took over.

India reiterates that any talks will resume only after Pakistan’s unconditional withdrawal from Kargil. Meanwhile Indian Army continues to attack the Tiger Hill area and captures two positions in close proximity to Jubar features. The Election Commission says that Lok Sabha polls will be held as per schedule.

The first ever direct bus service between India and Bangladesh gets delayed due to heavy rain.

The Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council adopts a resolution seeking separation from J&K.

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