1537 – The Bahadur Shah of Gujarat tried to detain the Portuguese by fraud and he got drowned in the run-down to escape.
1556 – Akbar was crowned in Kalanaur in Gurdaspur district of Punjab.
1628 – Shahjahan sitting on the throne of Agra.
1658 – Dara defeated Shuja in the battle of Bahadurpur near Varanasi in the mutual struggle of Mughal dynasty to capture Delhi’s power.
1663 – Canada became a province of France.
1670 – Roman Catholic Emperor Leopold I carried out Judea from Vienna.
1743 – Henry Pellham became the first head of the UK Department of Finance.
1846 – Rebellion of the Republic of Krakow spread throughout Poland.
1881 – Founded in India’s first Homeopathic Medical College in Kolkata.
1899 – US Congress Approves the Use of Voting Machines in Federal Elections
1893 – Become a part of Hawaii America.
1912 – The first diesel engine submarine was launched in England.
1920 – Women voter league was established in Chicago.
1924 – IBM was founded in New York.
1931 – The then Congress President Pt. Madan Mohan Malaviya filed an appeal before the Viceroy on February 14, 1931 to use his privilege to forgive Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev for the execution of humanity. Please give it.
1938 – Armed Zionists of the Palamkho faction continue their abominable offense in Palestine’s Sasa village, while continuing the massacre of the Palestinians.
1943 – Soviet troops retake Rostov from German forces.
1945 – World’s most horrific non-nuclear bombing begins during World War II
1945 – Peru, Paraguay, Chile and Ecuador became members of the United Nations.
1958 – Shah Fajal becomes head of the Federation formed by including Iraq and Jordan.
1959 – Cuba’s famous revolutionary Fidel Castro’s reign begins.
1963 – British surgeon Martin Skat succeeded in replicating human kidney transplants.
1972 – US declares trade restrictions with China.
1978 – America announces the sale of billions of dollars of weapons to Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Israel.
1979 – Assassination of American ambassador in Kabul by Muslim militants of Dolf.
1988 – Three senior officials of the Palestine Liberation Organization were killed in Cyprus by a bomb blast.
1989 – Former Belgian PM Pulk Wadden was released after one month of ransom
1989 – Union Carbide, responsible for the Bhopal gas tragedy, agreed to give compensation to the government and stopped hearing on the related petition.
1989 – The first satellite based on the Global Positioning System was established near Earth’s orbit in space.
1990 – 92 people aboard Indian Airlines 605 in Bangalore were killed in plane crash
1992 – More than half of the Republicans separated from the Soviet Union announced the creation of a separate army.
1993 – Kapil Dev creates a record of 400 wickets and 5000 runs.
1999 – The beginning of the fifth National Games in Imphal.
2000 – Michael Camedas, Managing Director of International Monetary Fund, retired after his 13-year tenure.
2001 – Earthquake in El Salvador, 225 dead
2002 – Omar Shaikh said, Pearl did not survive, but continued search.
2003 – Sri Lankan pacer Chaminda Vaas made the first hat-trick of the eighth World Cup playing against Bangladesh.
2004 – German director’s ‘Head On’ film received Golden Bear Award
2005 – Video-sharing website YouTube launched
2006 – Saddam Hussein went on a hunger strike in protest of the judges.
2008 – Naya Masood was given the ‘Saraswati Samman’ of the year 2007 for his story collection Taus Chaman’s Mena.
2008 – Silver Bair Award for the prestigious Berlin Film Festival of Siddharth Sinha’s Short Bhojpuri film, Uddhbun, was presented.
2009 – Sania Mirza entered the finals of Pattaya Open Tennis.
The person born on February 14
1483 – Babur – Mughal emperor (death-1530).
1875 – Alexander Mediman – President of the State Council.
1925 – Mohan Dharia, former Union Minister and Social Worker.
1933 – Madhubala – Indian film actress (died – 1969).
1938 – Kamala Prasad – Famous Critic of Hindi
1952 – Sushma Swaraj – The Bharatiya Janata Party’s top female politician
Death on February 14
1905 – Urdu poet’s famous poet Dahl Dahlavi passed away.
1964 – V. T. Krishnamachari – Bh
Indian civil servants and administrators.
1975 – Famous author Sir Pellham Greniwal Woodhouse died.
2005 – Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafiq Hariri dies in Beirut, a car bomb blast
2005 – Vidyanivasa Mishra – Famous writers of Hindi, successful editor, educated scholars of Sanskrit and well-known linguists.
2007 – Shyamacharan Shukla, who was Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh three times, passed away.
Important Events and Festivals of February 14
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