24
June

What Happened this Day in India History Events.

1654 Rani Durgavati was martyred during the war with the Mughals.
1961 India's first indigenous HF24 supersonic fighter aircraft took off in 1961.
1961 India built supersonic fighter HF24 flies for the first time
1966 117 people died when an Air India aircraft going from Mumbai to New York 1966 crashed in Mount Blanc, Switzerland.
1974 The Indian team was reduced to 42 against England in the second innings of the 1974 Lord's Test. This is India's minimum score in the Test and he lost by innings and 285 runs.
1986 The government has announced in 1986 that unmarried mothers will also get maternity leave under their employment scheme.
1989 A majority of opposition members resigned from the Lok Sabha in 1989 over the issue of the CAG report on the Bofors gun deal.
1990 Defense scientists successfully tested the country's first third-generation anti-tank missile 'NAG' in 1990.
1885 Famous politician and staunch Sikh leader Tara Singh was born.
1869 Damodar Hari Chapekar, one of the revolutionary immortal martyrs of India, was born.
1863 Vishwanath Kashinath Rajwade, the famous Indian writer, historian, best orator and scholar was born.
1980 The fourth President of India, V.V. Giri died.
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