Today in History – 27 September

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Today in History - 27 September


More than 8,000 people died in a cyclone in England.


Mir Zafar was deposed and his son-in-law Mir Kasim became the Nawab of Bengal. He ruled till July 7, 1763.


Jews in France are granted French citizenship.


Raja Rammohan Roy, great social reformer, lawyer and politician passed away at Stapleton Grove in England.


Vithalbhai Patel, great freedom fighter, social worker, nationalist leader, politician and President of the Central Assembly, was born at Karmasad, Gujarat.


Bhagat Singh, the legendary revolutionary, was born at Banga in West Punjab, Layalpur now in Pakistan.


President Woodrow Wilson opens his fourth Liberty Loan campaign to support men and machines for World War I.


Rashtriya Swayansewak Sangh was established.


Mihir Sen became the first Indian to swim across the British Channel.


The second test launching of India’s surface-to-surface missile, ‘Prithvi’, from Sri Harikota was successful.


Kabita Garari sets record for 10 Km W (Women) in 48.10 at Beijing Asian Games.


Daily newspaper “”Samna”” started its publication at Sambhajina


Cellular phone service operates for the first time in Delhi.


The Taliban capture Afghanistan’s capital city, Kabul.


European Space Agency launches SMART-1 satellite to orbit the moon.

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