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Wednesday, 9 September 2020

Today in history: India's heroic grandson Captain Vikram Batra would be 46 years old today; Aligarh Muslim University is 100 years old

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Today in history: India's heroic grandson Captain Vikram Batra would be 46 years old today; Aligarh Muslim University is 100 years old

Lieutenant Vikram Batra, the great-grandson of Bharat Mata, was born in 1974 in Palampur. At the time when the enemy occupied the hills of Kargil, the army was stationed in 12 Jammu and Kashmir Rifles. The team led by Vikram Batra won at places like Hump and Rocky Nab and then Vikram Batra was made the captain.

Important 5140 points just above the Srinagar-Leh road were liberated from the possession of the Pakistan Army. Despite the difficult terrain, Captain Batra captured the summit at 3:30 a.m. on June 20, 1999. When Captain Batra said on the radio, "Yeh dil mange mor", his name spread all over the country. Then began the mission to capture 4875 points. Five enemy soldiers were then killed in the battle against Sam. Despite being seriously wounded they threw grenades at the enemy. He himself did not survive, but gave a difficult victory to the Indian army. Captain Batra was posthumously awarded the Paramvir Chakra, India's highest gallantry honor.

AMU turns 100 years old
Aligarh became the cultural center of Indian Muslims in 1856, with Sir Syed Ahmed Khan building the Anglo-Oriental College here. Within a few days, it became a major center for teaching English to Muslims. In 1920, Aligarh College became a Muslim university. During this time the college also became a major center for political activities. When the college was built, it had 78 acres of land. Now the campus of Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) is spread over an area of ​​more than one thousand acres.

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Aligarh Muslim University
Aligarh Muslim University
Queen Elizabeth made history
Queen Elizabeth II is the current Queen of the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Jamaica, Barbados, Bahamas, Grenada, Papua New Guinea, and many more. He is the president of 54 Commonwealth countries and is the Supreme Governor of the English Church as the British Empress. Is the constitutional empress of 15 independent nations of the Commonwealth, including India. He was crowned on February 6, 1952, and on September 9, 2015, he broke the record for the longest reign of his great-grandmother, Queen Victoria. She is the longest-reigning queen in Britain to date.

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1776 - Congress officially changes the name of the country from the United Colony to the United States of America.
1828 - Famous Russian writer Leo Tolstoy is born
1945 - The first computer bug is discovered
1948 - USSR forms the Democratic People's Republic of Korea with Kim II.
1939 - Nazi forces reach Versailles during World War II
1965 - Tibet becomes an autonomous region of China
1967 - Uganda becomes independent from Britain
1976 - Chinese Marxist leader Mao Zedong dies. He dominated China in the post-communist takeover of 1949
1999 - Mahesh Bhupathi of India and Arch Sugiyama of Japan win the mixed doubles title at the American Open.
2004 - Palestinian Prime Minister Ahmed Qurei resigns
2005 - Unveiling of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi at Chaoyang Park in Beijing, China.
2006 - Israel ends an eight-week naval siege of Lebanon in response to international pressure.
2012- ISRO completes 21 consecutive PSLV launches.

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