Thursday, July 30, 2020

History Of 31 July | On This Day In World

History Of 31 July | On This Day In World

History Of 31 July | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 31 July are as follows: -

1658: Aurangzeb proclaimed himself the Mughal Emperor.

1737: Prince Frederick of Wales escapes from the English court.

1741: Bavaria's Charles Albert invades Upper Austria and Bohemia.

1788: Maryland becomes the 7th state to ratify the US Constitution.

1865: The world's first small rail line starts in the city of Gradchester, southeast Clevesland in Australia.

1880: Birth of the famous Hindi storyteller and novelist Premchand.

1924: Madras Presidency Club pioneered to conduct radio broadcasts.

1933: Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi left the Sabarmati Ashram.

1940: Death of freedom fighter Udham Singh.

1948: Establishment of the first state transport service in Calcutta in India.

1980: Death of legendary playback singer Mohammad Rafi in Hindi films.

1982: Soviet Union conducts nuclear test.

1992: Thailand plane crashes in Nepal's capital Kathmandu, killing 113 people.

1993: Inauguration of India's first floating maritime museum in Calcutta (now Kolkata).

2006: Fidel Castro ceded power to his brother.

2006: Ceasefire agreement in Sri Lanka ends, 50 people are killed in conflict with LTTE.

2007: Indian-American doctor Sudhir Parikh was awarded the Pal Harris Award.

2010: 900 deaths due to floods in Pakistan.

2012: American swimmer Michael Phelps won 6 medals at the London Olympics. He became the highest player to win 22 Olympic medals in total.

2014: According to the World Health Organization, more than 57 people died of Ebola in West Africa.


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