Today in History – 8 March

today in history 8 march


Bahadur Shah captured the fort of Chittor and then marched against the Mughal emperor.


Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj conquered the fort of Panhala.


Hari Narayan Apte, a well known Marathi writer who popularised social and historical themes in his novels, was born. He presided over the 8th Marathi Sahitya Sammelen in 1912.


Mahatma Gandhi started civil disobedience movement continues in India.


Air India International was established for overseas services.


L.K. Advani elected President of BJP.


Indian Airlines operates two international flights with all women crew.

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