Today in History – 7 February

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Mughal army won the Gowalkonda fort. Kutubshahi came to end.


Dutch Prince William V accepts British occupation of Dutch Indies.


Wajid Ali Shah, ruler of Oudh, was asked to abdicate by the British Resident on grounds of chronic misrule.


Eastern News Agency was established in Calcutta.


Shalki’, the first submarine designed in India, joined Indian Navy.


Medium-range surface to surface missile, ‘Prithvi‘ successfully launched for the 10th time.


Bal Thackeray, Shiv Sena supremo, found guilty of contempt of court and sentenced to simple imprisonment of one week and a fine of Rs. 2000 by Nagpur bench of Mumbai HC for his statement that ”a judge had demanded a bribe of Rs. 35 lakhs for favouring a litigant”.


Indian leg-spinner Anil Kumble became the second only bowler in Test history after J.C. Laker (England) to take all ten wickets in an innings against Pakistan in the second Test in Delhi.


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