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6 March- Today in Indian history

6 March- Today in Indian history.  (important events from Indian history, birthdays, death anniversaries and other events which affected India’s future)

Mar 6- Death anniversary of Shri Ambika Chakrabarty, a great Indian revolutionary who later worked as a leader of Communist Party and became a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. In 1930, he was injured in gunfight with the British army but was able to escape. After his arrest, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Cellular Jail at Port Blair. After his release, he joined the Communist Party of India.
Mar 6- Death anniversary of Shri Ambika Chakrabarty, a great Indian revolutionary who later worked as a leader of Communist Party and became a member of the West Bengal Legislative Assembly. In 1930, he was injured in gunfight with the British army but was able to escape. After his arrest, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Cellular Jail at Port Blair. After his release, he joined the Communist Party of India.

 

Mar 6- Chandrasekhar, who was the Indian prime minister for seven months, resigned. His tenure was the second shortest period after Chaudhari Charan Singh
Mar 6- Chandrasekhar, who was the Indian prime minister for seven months, resigned. His tenure was the second shortest period after Chaudhari Charan Singh

 

Mar 6- Death anniversary of Ram Sundar Das, Indian lawyer and former Chief Minister of Bihar. He was a leader of Janata Dal (United)
Mar 6- Death anniversary of Ram Sundar Das, Indian lawyer and former Chief Minister of Bihar. He was a leader of Janata Dal (United)

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5 March- Death anniversary of Jalal Aga, a famous Indian comedian and character actor. He was the son of popular comedian Agha and made his debut playing the young version of Dilip Kumar in the historical epic Mughal-E-Azam. He appeared in more than 60 Bollywood films.

5 March- Today in Indian history

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