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    Today in History – 25 June

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    Babar reached to his capital Agra after winning Bengal.


    6th Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb arrested his father Shahjahan and put him in Agra Fort Jail.


    On this day in 1876, Native American forces led by Chiefs Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull defeated the U.S. Army troops of Lieutenant Colonel George Armstrong Custer in a bloody battle near southern Montana’s Little Bighorn River.


    Syed Muhammad Zamin Ali, great educationist, poet, editor, professor, writer and founder-member of the Hindustani Academy, was born at Mustafabad village in the Rae Bareli district of U.P.


    Lord Louis Mountbatten, British politician, was born.


    Louis Mountbatten, last British Voiceroy and first Governor General of independent India, was born at England.


    Congress passed the Mann Act, also known as the White Slave Traffic Act, which was ostensibly aimed at keeping innocent girls from being lured into prostitution, but really offered a way to make a crime out of many kinds of consensual sexual activity.


    Satyendranath Datta, famous Bengali poet, passed away.


    Vishwanath Pratapsing, former Prime Minister of India, was born.


    India played their first official test match on the ground of Lords against England.


    President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed signed the declaration of Emergency Rule in India. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi implemented the same very next day.


    In Ottawa, Kim Campbell sworn as Canada’s 19th prime minister, becoming the first woman to hold the country’s highest office.


    Sunderlal Bahuguna, noted environmentalist, ends 74-day repentance fast at Rajghat following assurance from PM Deve Gowda.


    USA & India signed a new bilateral treaty for the extradition of fugitive offenders.


    Sikh high priests exonerated the Akali Dal leader and chief of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Gurcharan Singh Tohra, of charges of violating a “Hukumnama” (religious edict) issued by the Akal Takht, which had prescribed a complete boycott of the members of the Nirankari missions for their ”blasphemous” activities.


    The Government agrees on the bifurcation of the Telecom Ministry.


    On this day in 2009, Michael Jackson, one of the most commercially successful entertainers in history, died at the age of 50 at his home in Los Angeles, California, after suffering from cardiac arrest caused by a fatal combination of drugs given to him by his personal doctor.

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