13th OCTOBER TODAY IN HISTORY – DINVISHESH GHADAMODI

Today in Indian History
Events for October 13

13-October-1240 Radiya Sultan, first lady ruler of Delhi throne, passed away in a battle.
13-October-1679 More than 20,000 lives were claimed near Massurla Pattanam city, costal area of South India, in a severe storm.
13-October-1781 A treaty was singed between the Britishers and ruler of Gwalior, Scindia.
13-October-1877 Bhulabhai Desai, politician, was born.
13-October-1905 Sister Nivedita died.
13-October-1911 Ashok Kumar Ganguly, famous film actor, was born. He is the recipient of Dada Saheb Phalke Award.
13-October-1911 Sister Nivedita, follower of Vivekanand, died.
13-October-1967 Vasant Prabhu, famous music director, died.
13-October-1971 Hitesh Modi, cricketer (Kenyan left-handed batsman 1996 World Cup), was born.
13-October-1978 Maharashtra branch of Forward Block Party merged in Indira Congress.
13-October-1987 Kishore Kumar Ganguly, well known singer, died in Bombay.
13-October-1989 Panchayati Raj and Nagarpalika Bills defeated in Rajya Sabha.
13-October-1991 Captain Satish Sharma nominated to contest from Amethi.;
13-October-1991 PM Rao leaves for Harare to attend the Commonwealth heads of government meeting.
13-October-1991 Shatrughan Sinha, film star, decides to contest New Delhi Lok Sabha seat on a BJP ticket against Rajesh Khanna, the Congress nominee.
13-October-1998 Salman Khan, Hindi film actor who was arrested on charges of killing protected wild animals near Jodhpur, is remanded to the custody of the Forest department.
13-October-1998 India, Mauritius sign an agreement on civil aviation in New Delhi in the presence of its two Prime Ministers.
13-October-1999 Atal Krishna Bihari Vajpayee became the Prime Minister of India.
13-October-1999 Janata Dal (United) snap ties with the BJP in Karnataka.
13-October-1999 No change in portfolios of Advani, Yashwant Sinha, Jaswant Singh and Fernandes.
13-October-1999 Chandrababu Naidu, TDP leader, said that his party would support the NDA Government unconditionally.
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