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THIS DAY IN HISTORY                Monday, 17 June 2019
Shah Jahan’s beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal, died after delivering her fourteenth child.


Charles Macintosh patented the water-proof cloth used in raincoats which were called 'macintoshes'.

Rani Lakshmi Bai, the braveheart queen of Jhansi, died of her injuries while fighting the British during the First War of Independence.

Sir Paul McCartney, one of the most successful composers and recording artists of all time and member of the legendary rock band The Beatles, was born in Liverpool, England.

The first kidney transplant in the world was performed by Dr.R.H.Lawler in Chicago on a female patient.

The Egyptian Revolution of 1952 ended with the abolition of its monarchy and the declaration of the Republic of Egypt.

The polaroid camera was patented by Edwin Land.

Five men were arrested for breaking into the Watergate building, which housed the headquarters of the Democratic Party in Washington. The subsequent investigation unearthed a political scandal and led to President Richard Nixon’s resignation.

Indian tennis champion Leander Paes was born in Goa.


The centenary of the Eiffel Tower was celebrated in Paris.

American footballer, O.J. Simpson, was arrested for the murders of his wife and her friend following a highly publicized televised low-speed highway car chase.

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh met with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari in Russia for the first time since the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.


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