13 September in Indian and World History

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13 September in Indian and World history

13 September in Indian and World History is celebrated, observed, and remembered for various reasons.13 September is the birth anniversary of Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy and Viren Wilfred Rasquinha,

13 September is also observed as the death anniversary of Jatindra Nath Das, Syed Sajjad Zaheer, Mudikondan Venkatarama Iyer, and Ranganath Mishra.

Birth Anniversary

Nallari Kiran Kumar Reddy (born 13 September 1959) is an Indian politician who served as the 16th Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh between 25 November 2010 and 1 March 2014. He was the last Chief Minister of the United Andhra Pradesh before the formation of the Telangana state on 2 June 2014.

Viren Wilfred Rasquinha (born 13 September 1980) is an Indian former field hockey player and captain of the Indian national team. He was a member of the team that competed at the 2004 Athens Olympics. He quit international hockey in 2008 to pursue management studies at the age of 28.

Death Anniversary

13 September in Indian history is observed as the death anniversary of the following personalities:

Jatindra Nath Das (27 October 1904 – 13 September 1929), better known as Jatin Das, was an Indian independence activist and revolutionary who worked to make India independent from the British Raj and was a member of the Hindustan Socialist Republican Association. He died in the Lahore Central Jail after a 63-day hunger strike.

Syed Sajjad Zaheer (5 November 1905 – 13 September 1973) was an Indian Urdu writer, Marxist ideologue and radical revolutionary who worked in both India and Pakistan. In the pre-independence era, he was a member of the Communist Party of India.

Mudikondan Venkatarama Iyer (15 October 1897 – 13 September 1975) was a South Indian Carnatic music singer and musicologist. He was also known as Mudikondan (sometimes spelt Mudicondan) – the name of his native village.

Ranganath Mishra (25 November 1926 – 13 September 2012) was the 21st Chief Justice of India, serving from 25 September 1990 to 24 November 1991. He was also the first chairman of the National Human Rights Commission of India.

Notable events on 13 September in Indian and World History

13 September 1948 – Deputy Prime Minister of India Vallabhbhai Patel orders the Army to move into Hyderabad to integrate it with the Indian Union.

13 September 2008 – Delhi, India, is hit by a series of bomb blasts, resulting in 30 deaths and 130 injuries.

13 September 1100 – Today, International Chocolate Day is celebrated. Because chocolate was first used today.

13 September 1541 – After three years of exile, John Calvin returned to the Church of Geneva under a body of theory, called cavalminism.

13 September 1743 – Treaties of Britain, Austria and Savoy-Sardinia Worms were signed.

13 September 1751 – Kalvária Banskaya Stavnica was completed in the Kingdom of Hungary.

13 September 1759 – The British defeated the French army on the plains of Abraham.

13 September 1780 – The elevator was first tested in the city of Chicago, USA. It was built by an American named John Beckbart.

13 September 1788 – New York City became America’s first capital.

13 September 1791 – Louis Fourteen of France accepted the final version of the entire constitution.

13 September 1834 – The Gleaner newspaper was first published in Jamaica.

13 September 1848 – The explosion completely drank a large iron rod. Thrown out through the gaze, making him an important initial case of brain damagecting personality and behavior.

13 September 1858 – The Hamburg-US ship Austria opened fire and sunk, killing 471 people.

13 September 1886 – Robert Robinson, a British organic chemist, and Nobel Prize Laureate, was born.

13 September 1887 – Leopold Ruzicka, a Swiss chemist, and Nobel Prize Laureate, was born.

13 September 1928 – 8 people died in a storm in northeast Nebraska

13 September 1933 – Elizabeth McCombs became the first woman selected for New Zealand’s Thepara sensitivity.

13 September 1940 Oscar Arias, a Costa Rican activist, and Nobel Prize Laureate, was born.

13 September 1940 – The Italian army captured Libya in Egypt and Fort Campuzzo in Sallum.

13 September 1945 – The war started in Vietnam.

13 September 1946 – Ramaswamy Parameshwaran, an Indian military officer, and Nobel Prize Laureate, was born.

13 September 1949 – August Krogh a Danish professor, and Nobel Prize Laureate, died.

13 September 1956 – IBM released 305 Remake, the first commercial computer with disk storage.

13 September 1961 – After more nuclear tests by Russia, the US will resume underground test of nuclear weapons within the next ten days.

13 September 1964 – June leader Guyen Khan, after demoting him, tried to make South Vietnamese generals Lam Van Paat and Duong Van Duk Tadka Tadka.

13 September 1968 – Albania separated itself from the Warsaw Pact.

13 September 1971 – Following the coup of the coup, Maotse Tung’s other-command-command Biyo died in a plane crash, while an attempt was made to escape from the People’s Republic in China.

13 September 1971 – The World Hockey Association was formed.

13 September 1977 – The first diesel automobile was introduced by General Motors.

13 September 1979 – China conducted a nuclear test.

13 September 1985 – Super Mario Bros, which is one of the best -selling and most influential games ever, was first released for NES in Japan.

13 September 1985 – Steve Jobs resigns from Apple Computer to create Next.

13 September 1987 – A radioactive object was released into a hospital in Brazil, which came out of a hospital in Goyaania, resulting in four people who died and 249 others had severe pollution.

13 September 1988 – Hurricane Gilbert reached a minimum pressure of 888 MB (26.22 in) with a continuous flight-level winds of 185 mph (295 km / h), which at that time became the most acute Atlantic storm on records.

13 September 1994 – The space probe Ulyssus passes through the south pole of the Sun.

13 September 2001 – Osama bin Laden is nominated as Prime Minister behind terrorist attacks in the United States two days ago, which was done by State Secretary Colonel Powell.

13 September 2006 – Kimvir Gill shot and killed 19 people at Dawson College in Montreal for unknown reasons.

13 September 2007 – Burj Dubai becomes the largest structure in the world.

13 September 2007 – Burj Khalifa, based in Dubai, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, became the largest building in the world.

13 September 2009 – The teeth and bones of many animals have been discovered by archaeologists inside a cave in Devon, England by archaeologists.

13 September 2010 – At least 18 people were killed after protests in Jammu and Kashmir after reporting a Quran burning in the United States.

13 September 2011 – In Sweden, four people arrested for the 2011 unsuccessful Gothenburg terror attack are considered associated with the al-Qaeda terrorist network.

13 September 2013 – A ball of World War II is located in the city of Kemi, Lapland, in which one person died and hundreds of residents were evacuated.

13 September 1947 – Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru suggested mutual transfer of 40 lakh Hindus and Muslims.

13 September 2000 – India’s top chess player Vishwanathan Anand won the first FIDE Chess World Cup in Shenyang.

13 September 2014 – Three Maoists were killed and two seriously injured in a conflict with security forces in Giridih district of Jharkhand state of India.

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