On this day in 1965, a ceasefire agreement between Indian and Pakistan was signed

Historical Significance of June 30, along with the important events have taken place on this day

There are so many incidents in history that often amazes us. We are here to accompany you to accomplish your dream of clearing the competitive exams. Following are some of the historical events that happened on this day.

1855 Gandhi Ji arrested for the first time

On June 30, 1914, Mahatma Gandhi was arrested for the first time while he was running a campaign for Indian rights in South Africa.

1965 India and Pakistan signed Cease-fire agreement

On June 30, 1965, a ceasefire was signed between India and Pakistan under UN’s auspices who signed the treaty to stop the war at the Rann of Kutch.

1981 President Rule in Assam

On June 1981, President rule was imposed in Assam.

1986 Mizoram became an independent state

On June 30, 1986, Mizoram became an independent state. Under the Mizoram Peace Accord which was signed between the Mizo National Front and the Union Government of India on 30 June 1986.

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Arvind Swami

Born on June 30, 1970, Arvind Swami is an Indian film actor, model, entrepreneur and television presenter and is most famous in the Tamil cinema. He was introduced as an actor by Mani Ratnam with the film Thalapathi (1991) and subsequently starred in successful films such as Roja (1992). Arvind appeared in Bollywood films also.

Indian film director Saeed Akhtar Mirza

Born on June 30, 1943, in Mumbai, Saeed Akhter Mirza is an Indian film director and screenplay writer. Some of his famous works include Mohan Joshi Hazir Ho! (1984), Albert Pinto Ko Gussa Kyoon Aata Hai (1980), Salim Langde Pe Mat Ro (1989) and Naseem (1995), which won two National Film Awards in 1996.

Maharaja Raja  Natwarsinhji Bhavsinhji

Born on June 30, 1901, in Porbandar, Gujrat, Natwarsinhji Bhavsinhji was the last Maharaja of Porbandar and was also an Indian cricketer. He captained India in his first Test tour of England in 1932, but played in only four of the 26 first-class matches and stood down from the captaincy in favour.

1936, ‘Gone with the wind’ published

On June 30, 1936, one of the bestselling book of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind, was published.

1934 Hitler killed many Nazis

On June 30, 1934, Hitler killed hundreds of Nazis who he thinks had the potential to become his political rival and to secure himself he killed all of them.

1971 Soviet cosmonauts died in reentry disaster

On June 30, 1971, three cosmonauts of Soviet Union who were the first crew of the world’s first space station died when their spacecraft depressurizes during reentry. Georgi Dobrovolsky, Vladislav Volkov, and Viktor Patsayev were the name of the three cosmonauts.

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