29 June in History


On June 29th 2001 the Director General of Police (Law and Order) rejected Veerappan’s offer to surrender.

Veerappan is remembered as one of India’s most deadly dacoits and was active for many years in forests covering 6,000 km sq across the states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala. Wanted for killing 184… Read More →

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