Indian History Of Today- June 15
- Aurangzeb was declared the Emperor of Delhi on June 15, 1650.
- On 15 June 1899, the artist and sculptor of modern India, Roy Chaudhary Devi Prasad was born.
- On June 15, 1907, freedom fighter of India, Narayan Ganesh Gore was born in Maharashtra.
- On June 15, 1908, the stock exchange of Calcutta opened the Baldeodas Daduawala and Overened.
- On June 15, 1947, All India Congress accepted the British plan of partition.
- On June 15, 1948, Rajah Annamalai Chettiar, who was also the well-known musician of India, social worker and governor of Imperial Bank of India, passed away.
- On June 15, 1949, 72 year old famous poet, writer and editor, Ulloor S. Parameswara Iyer died.
- The Internal Air Route Corporation of India Way was established on June 15, 1953.
- On 15th June 1960 University of Burdwan was established in West Bengal.
- On June 15, 1966, the United States fully supported economically India and Pakistan.
- On June 15, 1982, the Supreme Court ordered that all children have the right to education without knowing their citizenship.
- On June 15, 1986, Indian Test cricketer K.K. Tarapore was killed in a motor scooter accident.
- On 15th June, 1990, the gold and other precious things that were seized from the Golden Temple, during the Blue Star operation of the Punjab Government,and returned them back to the SGPC.
- On June 15, 1991, only 90 million people out of 180 million voters voted in the Lok Sabha elections.
- India’s 10th general election won on June 15, 1991 by Congress.
- On June 15, 1993, Indian Prime Minister P. V. Narasimha Rao visits Oman and the two countries decide to give each other the title of the MFN.