Today in History – 16 November

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Chhatrapati Shahu appointed Balaji Vishwanath, a very remarkable man in Maratha history, as ‘Peshwa’.



First group of Indian worker’s reached Natal, South Africa.


Nearly 700 Mopalh rebels were killed by the Gurkhas as they attacked the Pandikkad post at Delhi.


India and U.S.S.R. sign trade agreement to exchange Soviet industrial and agricultural equipment for farm commodities at Moscow.


Chinese troops launch a major offensive in the frontier war.


India gives full recognition to the state of Palestine.


The Pension scheme ordinance for 18 million Provident Fund subscribers takes effect with an initial corpus of Rs. 85.00 billion.


The Government to reduce equity holding in nationalised banks from 51 per cent to 33 per cent.


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