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March, 20

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March, 20, 1739 A.D.:
Nader Shah Enters Delhi

Mohammad Gurkani gave battle to Nader with an army of 360,000 in a field 120 km from Delhi. However, an army of soft Indians were little able to oppose the hardy Iranian troops trained to arms by the most excellent discipline, and highly motivated. Iranians were able to seize every advantage that pr... Read Full Article:


March, 20, 1951 A.D.:
Nationalization Of Oil Day

The Nationalization of Oil which passed as a law at the Iranian Parliament on March, 15, 1951 was later ratified by the Iranian Senate on March, 20, 1951 and Prime Minister Hossein Ala presented it to the Shah, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi on May, 1st.The first organized struggle against the British plunde... Read Full Article:


March, 20, 1967 A.D.:
National Iranian Television Inaugurated

The first Television transmitter was installed in Tehran on Oct, 25, 1958 and the date is known as the day TV broadcasts started. The Iranian TV was a privately owned company broadcasting programs for only four hours per day. In the summer of 1966, after installation of several transmitters nationwi... Read Full Article:

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