6th March – Today In History

Today in Indian History
Events for March 6

6-March-1508 Emperor Humayun, son of Babar, was born in Kabul.
6-March-1775 Raghunath Rao signed treaty of Surat with British ending the first Anglo-Maratha War.
6-March-1915 Gandhi and Ravindranath Tagore met for the first time at Shantiniketan.
6-March-1928 Nilkanth Ramanbhai Mahipatrao, famous Gujrati litterateur, critic, dramatist and social reformer, died.
6-March-1947 Churchill opposes troop withdrawal from India at London.
6-March-1961 India’s first Financial daily ‘The Economic Times’ started publication from Bombay.
6-March-1962 Ambika Chakrovorty, great revolutionary and warrior, passed away.
6-March-1971 Test debut of Sunil Gavaskar vs West Indies at Port-of-Spain.
6-March-1990 India wins Indira Gandhi Gold Cup hockey tournament.
6-March-1991 Chandrasekhar resigns as PM.
6-March-1995 Arun Tamhankar, great journalist, died.
6-March-1997 Indian Ocean Rim Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC) inaugurated in Mauritius.
6-March-1998 A Congress(I) Ministry headed by Virbhadra Singh is sworn in at Himachal Pradesh.
6-March-2000 India and China begin the first ever bilateral security dialogue in Beijing on global and regional issues of mutual interest.

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