Annexation of Portuguese India.
The Annexation of Portuguese India ), was an action by the Indian Armed Forces that ended the rule of Portugal in its exclaves in India in 1961. The armed action, codenamed Operation Vijay (Hindi: विजय Vijay, lit. "Victory") by the Indian government, involved air, sea and land strikes for over 36 hours, and was a decisive victory for India, ending 451 years of Portuguese overseas provincial governance in Goa. Twenty-two Indians and thirty Portuguese were killed in the fighting
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