Muhammad of Bin Quasim (Kasim), Arabs, attacked on Sindh and captured it. Muhammad defeated and killed King Dahir, Hindu king, at Rawar.
Akbar himself left Agra.
A group of British soldiers along with Halvel were imprisoned by some rebellions in a suffocating cell that gained notoriety as the "Black Hole of Calcutta." Most of them died here.
Gwalior fort was captured by British troops and the first Indian Sepoy Mutiny officially came to an end.
Laxmanrao Kirloskar, great industrialist, social reformer, patriot and founder of Kirloskar Industry, was born at Belgaum.
Young Men Christian Association of India was established in Calcutta.
Ratnakant Barkakti, famous Assamia poet, was born.
Dattatray Purushottam Karmarkar, veteran freedom fighter and former cabinet minister, died.
Sreemati Nathibai Damodher Thackersey (SNDT) Indian Women' s University, first women's and the fifth Indian University, was established in Pune by D.K. Karve.
K.K. Singh, politician and social worker, was born at Agra.
Tilak University was established.
Ramakant Bhikaji Desai, cricketer (effective pace bowler for India in the 60s), was born in Bombay.
Gandhiji attends Working Committee meeting from 20-21 June.
Kashmir authorities arrest President-elect Nehru for refusing to obey an order banning him from the state.
Lord Mountbatten resigns as the Governor General of Indian Union.
Govindrao Burhanpurkar, famous harmonium player, died.
Paras Laxmikant Mhambrey, great Indian cricket pace bowler (Test v England 1996), was born in Bombay.
Renedy Singh, Indian Soccer(Football) player, was born in Manipur.
The Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian decoration, was presented to Mother Teresa by President Ronald Reagan.
Dr. Salim Ali, internationally renowned expert of birds, died at Bombay.
CPM decides to back Dr. Sharma.
Carnatic musician Maharajapuram Santhanam died in a car accident in Villupuram in Tamil Nadu.
The JD and the NF choose former Lok Sabha Dy Speaker Prof. G. G. Swell as the Presidential candidate.
Harshad Mehta's senior counsel Ram Jethmalani asks JPC to summon the PM and allow cross-examination.
Anti-Pakistan slogans rent the air in Jammu & Kashmir against the killing of Quazi Nissar Ahmed, Mirwaiz of South Kashmir and a famous religious Kashmiri leader who was gunned down by Pak-aided terrorists.
B.R. Verma was made pro-tem Speaker by Governor by invoking Article 180 (1).
Mayavati Government wins vote of confidence.
Govt. of India declares at Geneva conference on 'Global Ban On Nuclear Testing' that it won't sign the CTBT.
Basu Bhattacharya (65), film-maker, died in Mumbai.
Second round of Foreign Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan starts in Islamabad.