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History : Today’s History (To be published 03 June)

New Delhi: The most important occasions of June 03 in Indian and world historical past are as follows:

1867: Beginning of Harvilas Sharda, India’s well-known educationist, politician, social reformer, jurist and author.
1901: Beginning of Mahakavi G Shankar Kurup, the primary winner of the Jnanpith Award.
1915: The British Authorities conferred the title of Knighthood on Rabindranath Tagore.
1918: ‘Hindi Sahitya Sammelan’ was held in Indore beneath the chairmanship of Mahatma Gandhi and on the premise of a decision handed in the identical, Hindi was thought of because the official language.
1924: The start of M Karunanidhi, the five-time Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
1930: The start of George Fernandes, who led the historic rail strike in India and former Defense Minister.
1943: The United Nations Organization establishes the Aid and Rehabilitation Administration.
1947: The final Viceroy of India, Lord Mountbatten, introduced the partition of India beneath the British Raj.
1959: Singapore was declared a self-governing state.
1972: The nation’s first trendy warship Nilgiri was commissioned by the then Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi.
1974: The Chief Minister of Bihar and freedom fighter Krishna Ballabh Sahai died.
1985: The Authorities of India began a five-day working day week.
1999: Christopher Cockerell, the inventor of hovercraft, dies.
2004: Ken Ford turned the chief of NASA’s house exploration panel in 2004.
2005: France reiterates its help for India’s candidature within the Safety Council.
2014: The then Union Minister Gopinath Munde died in a highway accident.

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