Today in History – 30 March

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today in history 30 march


Murarbaji died at Purandar fort during a battle with Dilerkhan.


Guru Govind Singh the 10th Guru of Sikh’s established ‘Khalsa Panth’.


B. S. Soman, first Admiral of India, was born.


Gandhi announces resistance against Rowlatt Act.


New financial measures come into force, including restoration of Salt Tax.


Weekly postal service across 5,000-miles by aeroplane started between England and India serving India, Egypt, Palestine and Iraq in London.


Swami Agnivesh merged his ‘Bhartiya Aryasabha Party’ in Janata Party.


President Ronald Reagan is shot in the chest outside a Washington, D.C., hotel by a deranged drifter named John Hinckley Jr.


Constitution (64th) Amendment Bill to extend President’s rule in Punjab collapses in Lok Sabha.


Air Time Committee Chief P.S. Deodhar and its members resign in protest against the implementation of the metro channel of Doordarshan.


Exim Policy streamlined to attract exporting community.


G-15 summit in New Delhi decides to set up a trade panel.

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