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Today in History - 16 February - Syskool

1927 Rail service started between India and Nepal. 1931 Viceroy Lord Irwin meets Mahatma Gandhi for the first time. 1933 Surya Sen Masterda, revolutionary freedom fighter, who attacked the Armoury of Chittagong with 62 men of the Indian Republican Army and was underground on Jalalabad Hills, w...

Today in History - 15 February - Syskool

1869 Mirza “”Galib”” Asad Ullah Beg Khan, famous Urdu poet and writer, passed away. 1915 In Singapore on this day in 1915, Indian soldiers launch the first large-scale mutiny of World War I. Some 800 soldiers in the Indian army’s 5th Light Infantry Brigade broke out of their barracks on....

Today in History - 14 February - Syskool

269 Saint Valentine was executed outside the Flaminian Gate in Rome on Claudius’ command. His command was that, Valentinus either renounce his faith or he would be beaten with clubs, and beheaded. 1483 Zahir Al-Din Muhammad Babur Shah (1526-30), prince and founder of Mughal dynasty in India, wa....

Today in History - 13 February - Syskool

1601 John Lancaster leads 1st East India Company voyage from London. 1713 Farrukh Siyar becomes Emperor of India after capturing Red Fort. Sultan Jahandar Shah was strangled to death. Farrukhsiyar captured the throne of Delhi from Jahandar Shah with the assistance of two Sayyid brothers. 1856 Eas....

Today in History - 12 February - Syskool

1298 Kublai Khan, the conqueror of Asia, dies at the age of 80. 1554 Lady Jane Grey, the Queen of England for thirteen days, is beheaded on Tower Hill. She was barely 17 years old. 1912 China becomes a republic following the overthrow of the Manchu dynasty. 1922 Mahatma Gandhi announce the w...

Today in History - 11 February - Syskool

1527 Babur declared battle against Rana Sangram Singh. 1818 Britishers captured the ‘Ajinkyatara’ fort which belonged to the Marathas. 1906 ‘Daily Tribune’ started its printing from Lahore. 1933 The outcome of the conference was that diarchy in the province was abolished, federal system was ...

Today in History - 10 February - Syskool

1691 Job Charnock established the first English factory in Calcutta. 1846 British forces under Hugh Gough defeated Sikhs in the Battle of Sobrahan in India. 1859 General Horsford defeats Begum of Oude and Nana Sahib in Indian mutiny. 1921 Mahatma Gandhi inaugurated Kashi Vidya Peeth. 1931 Capital of...

Today in History - 8 February - Syskool - IAS 2018-02-08 07:31

1785 Warren Hastings, British Viceroy, left India. 1834 Dmitri Mendeleev, a Russian chemist and inventor. He formulated the Periodic Law, created a farsighted version of the periodic table of elements, and used it to correct the properties of some already discovered elements and also to pr...

Vocabulary: Remember it - Syskool - IAS 2018-02-07 12:30

Big Words – Small Words Caprice – Fancy, freak, humor Depict – Outline, draw, sketch Demesne – Property, lands, estate Efflux – Overflow, flow, emission Refulgence – Glow, brightness, splendor Schism – Error, fallacy, heresy Oscitant – Sleepy, tired, drowsy Abominable – Enormous, v...

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