Today in History – 10 September

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Today in History-10-septemb

1419

John the Fearless is murdered at Montereau, France, by supporters of the dauphin.

1623

Lumber and furs are the first cargo to leave New Plymouth in North America for England.

1623

Shah Jahan entered Rajputana and raided Amber crossing the Tapti. He arrived near the kingdom of Golconda and from there passed on to Orissa which was surrendered to him.

1846

Elias Howe patents the first practical sewing machine in the United States.

1858

Manilal Nathubhai Dwivedi, great author and father of modern Gujarati poems, was born.

1887

Govind Ballabh Pant was born in village Khunt, Almora District, U.P. He served eight years as the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh.

1912

B. D. Jatti, former Vice President of India, was born.

1914

The six-day Battle of the Marne ends, halting the German advance into France.

1918

Muslim riots break out in Calcutta.

1966

Parliament approved the Punjab Re-organisation Bill for the formation of Haryana and Punjab as two independent states.

1976

An Indian Airlines Boeing 737 aeroplane was hijacked for the second time and taken to Lahore, Pakistan.

1977

The Planning Commission decides to introduce the Rolling Plan concept.

1980

Mangalore University established.

1993

India and South Korea sign agreement to expand trade and investment.

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