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Important events of 10 June

  • During the third crusade, in 1190, Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa was killed.
  • Nasiruddin Muhammad Shah became the first ruler of Delhi in 1246.
  • The Dutch Confederate Treaty between Holland and France was signed in 1624.
  • In Sichuan province of China, in 1786, due to the earthquake, the dam broke on the river Dadu, in which one lakh people were killed.
  • The first boat race between Oxford and Cambridge University of Britain took place in 1829.
  • The first telegraph gender between New York and Chicago began in 1848.
  • An agreement was signed in 1907 to maintain China’s independence and integrity between France and Japan.
  • Fascists kidnapped and murdered Italian socialist leader Joaquin Mariotti in Rome in 1924.
  • Norway captured East Greenland in 1931.
  • Diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Romania were re-established in 1934.
  • Italy announced the fight against France and Britain during World War II.
  • Norway surrendered to the Nazi in 1940.
  • Canada announced the war against Italy in 1940.
  • During World War II, Germany’s army killed 218 people in Greece in 1944.
  • After the end of the monarchy, Italy became a democratic nation in 1946.
  • Between Israel and Syria, in the year 1957, a 6-day war ended with a ceasefire.
  • In 1960, production of the Russian battle aircraft MiG in Nashik began.
  • Air Force Combat Aircraft ‘MiG‘ from Maharashtra’s Nashik district started production in 1966.
  • Israel acknowledged the proposed ceasefire in 1967 on the Arab war.
  • America ended the 21-year trade ban of China in 1971.
  • Harshavardhana was launched in 1972, fully air-conditioned vessel from Mumbai’s Port of Madgaon.
  • In Britain, Margaret Thatcher again became Prime Minister in 1983.
  • India won the Test match at Lord’s for the first time by defeating England by 5 wickets in 1986.
  • China secretly conducted a nuclear test in the Lop Nur area in 1994.
  • In 1995, the world’s most-watched 5,100-kilogram clock was set in the Vixlet area of Europe.
  • A factory of biological weapons was destroyed in Baghdad in 1996.
  • In Kerala 1999, the operation of a private international airport in Nedumbassery of Kochi city started.
  • Yugoslavia’s army returned from Kosovo in 1999.
  • Berlusconi appointed the Prime Minister of Italy in 2001.
  • Pakistan changed the name of the world’s second highest peak “K-2” to ‘Chogori‘ or ‘Shahagori‘ in 2002.
  • NASA’s Mars mission Rover was launched in 2003.
  • The 54th National Film Awards were announced in 2008, ‘Lage Raho Munnabhai‘ was chosen as the best popular film, in which Sanjay Dutt played the main role.
  • In northern Greece, the organization of the Union of Industry George Minolas was abducted by unknown people in 2008.

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Born on 10 June

  • The famous freedom fighter of India and Assam’s first Chief Minister Gopinath Bordoloi was born in 1890.
  • Damodar Menon, one of India’s leading freedom fighters, was born in 1906.
  • Hindi film singer Rupkumar Rathore was born in 1906.
  • The famous Indian poet Shivdin Ram Joshi was born on June 10, 1921.
  • American screenwriter Robert Allen was born in 1922.
  • American singer and actress (The Wizard of Oce) Judy Garland was born in 1922.
  • One of the famous violinists, M.S. Gopalakrishnan was born in 1931.
  • Malayalam film actor Sukumaran was born in 1948.
  • Famous former badminton player Prakash Padukone was born in 1955.
  • Literary and public servant Anup Sethi was born on June 10, 1958.
  • Telugu actor and politician Nandamuri Balkrishna was born in 1960.
  • India’s athlete Devendra Jazrajya was born in 1981.
  • Balraj Bhalla, son of the famous revolutionary and Mahatma Hansraj, was born in 1888.

Died on 10 June

  • Famous actor of Hindi films Jivan died in 1987.
  • Bhai Veer Singh died in 1957, as a famous poet of modern Punjabi poetry and prose producer.

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