May 10: This daughter of India created history

After winning the Battle of Panipat on this day, Babur stepped into the then capital of the country, Agra and changed the history and geography of our country by establishing Mughal rule. Every day in the world, a record is broken, but for the first time, the name of the achiever is always remembered. Santosh Yadav of Haryana stepped on Everest, the world’s highest peak for the second consecutive day on May 10 and became the first woman climber in the world to do so.

1427: Jews are expelled from the city of Bern in the European city of Switzerland.

1503: Italian explorer and sailor Columbus discovers the island of Kayman.

1526: After winning the battle of Panipat, the Mughal ruler reached Agra, the then capital of the country.

1655: British forces capture Jamaica.

1796: Napoleon defeated Austria in the Battle of Lodi Bridge

1857: First freedom struggle against the British rule. The soldiers of the three regiments of Meerut marched to Delhi, raising the flag of revolt. Women also supported it. The British authorities exerted their full force to suppress it.

1916: Historical Ship Port Museum opened in Amsterdam, the capital of the Netherlands.

1945: Russian army captures Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic.

1959:Soviet army reached Afghanistan.

1967: Two members of the famous rock band Rolling Stones had to appear in court in a drug related case.

1972: US conducts nuclear test in Nevada.

1993: Santosh Yadav became the first female climber to reach Everest, the world’s highest mountain peak twice.

1994: Nelson Mandela became the President of South Africa, who spent his entire life in the campaign to end apartheid. He was jointly given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 with FW D Clarke.

1995: 104 workers killed in an accident in a lift of a gold mine in South Africa.

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