What happened in today’s history of India?

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What happened in today’s history of India?

What happened in today's history of India? India has a rich and diverse history that spans thousands of years. From ancient civilizations to colonialism to independence and beyond, India's history is a fascinating and complex tapestry. In this article, by shaheed bhagat singh civil services academy we'll take a brief look at some of the major events that happened in India on 13 April.

1699 The tenth Sikh Guru Govind Singh founded the Khalsa Panth. The festival of Baisakhi is made on this day every year.
1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre, indicative of the culmination of the atrocities of the British, was carried out.
1984 The Indian Army started a campaign of armed forces to occupy the Siachen Glacier in Kashmir.
1947 Diplomatic relations established between India and Pakistan.
1984 Indian cricket team won the Asia Cup for the first time by defeating Pakistan by 58 runs in Sharjah.
1648 Construction of the Red Fort was completed in 1648.
1939 The Hindustani Red Army (Indian Red Army) was formed in India in 1939 for an armed struggle with the British.
1952 The session of the first parliament of independent India started in 1952.
1978 The first flag carrier of the country "INS" was demoted to Delhi in 1978.
1994 The Golden Jubilee session of Escape concluded in 1994 in New Delhi.
2000 Lara Dutta was elected Miss Universe in 2000.
2005 Vishwanathan Anand became 'World Chess Champion' for the fourth time in 2005.

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