Today in History – 4 October

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Today in History - 4 October


General Napoleon Bonaparte leads the rout of counterrevolutionaries in the streets of Paris, beginning his rise to power.


Pratapsingh Bhosle, Maratha King, died.


The Union ship USS South Carolina captures two Confederate blockade runners outside of New Orleans, La.


Riots in Calcutta.


The first German Zeppelin raids London.


US captures the Solomon Islands in the Pacific.


India elected to the UN Trusteeship Council.


Atal Bihari Vajpayee, External Affairs Minister of India, addressed the UNO General Assembly in Hindi language.


Helicoptor Corporation of India established.


Mozambique’s 16-year civil war ends with the Rome General Peace Accords.


PM surveys the quake-hit villages and sanctioned Rs. 50 crore.


J & K Assembly passed the Ladakh Hill Council Bill.


Kashmir has been the cause of tensions between India and Pakistan and foreign interference should be stopped,” said Russian President Vladimir Putin at the joint session of both the Houses of Parliament.

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