Today in History: June 13

Amalendu Upadhyaya
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History of 13 June

Some of the major events of June 13 in the history of India and the world are as follows: –

1290- On June 13, Jalaluddin Firoz Shah ascended the throne of Delhi.

On 13 June 1625, King Henry I of Britain married Princess Henrietta of France.

On June 13, 1721, England signed the Treaty of Madrid.

On June 13, 1888, the US Congress formed the Department of Labor.

On June 13, 1927, for the first time in America, the American flag was displayed on the right-hand side of the Statue of Liberty.

On this day in 1932, England and France signed a peace treaty.

On this day in 1978, Israel’s security forces withdrew from Lebanon.

On this day in 1993, Kim Campbell became the first female Prime Minister of Canada.

On June 13, 1995, France announced eight more nuclear tests in the South Pacific.

On this date in 1997, 59 people died and more than 100 were injured in a fire at Uphaar cinema hall in Delhi.

On 13 June 2000, South Korean President Kim Jong Un met with North Korean leader Kim Jong Il in Pyongyang at the first inter-Korean summit.

On June 13, 2001, Dipendra’s girlfriend Devyani refused to testify before the inquiry commission in the Nepal Royal Family massacre.

On 13 June 2003, Daniil Akhmitov was appointed as the new Prime Minister of Kazakhstan.

Famous singer Mehdi Hasan passed away on this date in 2012.

BJP is in very bad condition: Rahul Lal

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