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Events for June 25

25-June-1529Babur reached to his capital Agra after winning Bengal.
25-June-16586th Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb arrested his father Shahjahan and put him in Agra Fort Jail.
25-June-1880Syed Muhammad Zamin Ali, great educationist, poet, editor, professor, writer and founder-member of the Hindustani Academy, was born at Mustafabad village in the Rae Bareli district of U.P.
25-June-1888Lord Louis Mountbatten, British politician, was born.
25-June-1900Louis Mountbatten, last British Voiceroy and first Governor General of independent India, was born at England.
25-June-1908Sucheta Kriplani, former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, was born.
25-June-1922Satyendranath Datta, famous Bengali poet, passed away.
25-June-1931Vishwanath Pratapsing, former Prime Minister of India, was born.
25-June-1932India played their first official test match on the ground of Lords against England.
25-June-1943No. 8 Squadron started functioning absorbing the remaining coastal defence flight personnel, and also issued with a vengeance to achieve operational status.
25-June-1945Lord Vevil talk to the Indian political leaders.
25-June-1975President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed signed the declaration of Emergency Rule in India. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi implemented the same very next day.
25-June-1983India won 'Prudential World Cup' Cricket Championship held in England after defeating West Indies.
25-June-1992BJP bags eleven seats in the biennial elections to the Rajya Sabha, Congress (I) secures seven.
25-June-1993Mahadevan, SBI MD, sacked in the wake of his role in the securities scam.
25-June-1994Bombay's former underworld don Haji Masthan Mirza passed away.
25-June-1994Dinsha Pirosha Madan, Chief Justice of Supreme Court, died.
25-June-1996Sunderlal Bahuguna, noted environmentalist, ends 74-day repentance fast at Rajghat following assurance from PM Deve Gowda.
25-June-1997USA & India sign a new bilateral treaty for the extradition of fugitive offenders.
25-June-1998Sikh high priests exonerate the Akali Dal leader and chief of the Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee, Gurcharan Singh Tohra, of charges of violating a ``Hukumnama'' (religious edict) issued by the Akal Takht, which prescribed a complete boycott of the members of the Nirankari missions for their ''blasphemous'' activities.
25-June-1999PSCB emerged men's and women's champions in the inter-institutional table tennis in Gandhidham.
25-June-2000India lifts the Asia Cup sub-junior hockey championship in Kuala Lumpur.
25-June-2000The Government agrees to the bifurcation of the Telecom Ministry.

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