Today in History – 11 February

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Today in History


Babur declared battle against Rana Sangram Singh.


Britishers captured the ‘Ajinkyatara’ fort which belonged to the Marathas.


‘Daily Tribune’ started its printing from Lahore.


The outcome of the conference was that diarchy in the province was abolished, federal system was established in the center, Sindh was separated from Bombay, communal awards were started by the Prime Minister of Britain Sir Ramsay McDonald and White Paper on Indian reforms was published in 1933.


First edition of weekly “Harijan” edited by Mahatma Gandhi was published from Pune in English and Hindi.


Jamnalal Bajaj, greatest Industrialist, social reformer, freedom fighter and Gandhiwadi, passed away.


Deendayal Upadhyaya, great philosopher, litterateur, social worker, thinker and founder of Jansangh, passed away.


B.D.Jathi became the second acting President of India.


Dr. Fakruddin Ali Ahmad (1905-1977), the 5th President of India, passed away in office.


Cellular Jail, which is situated at Andaman Nikobar Islands, was declared as a National Memorial.


Wills World Cup Cricket inaugurated at Calcutta. The series was held in India-Srilanka. Sri Lanka won in the finals of World Cup Tournament.


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