Monday, August 31, 2020

History Of 01 September | On This Day In World

History Of 01 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 01 September are as follows: -

➧ 1511: Pisa Council opens.

➧ 1807: Former US Vice President Aaron Barr found innocent in sedition case.

➧ 1878: Emma M. Nutt becomes the first female telephone operator in America.

➧ 1909: Famous litterateur Father Bulke was born.

➧ 1921: Indian cricketer Madhav Minister was born.

➧ 1923: The Great Canto Earthquake caused severe devastation in Tokyo and Yokohama, Japan.

➧ 1939: World War II began with Germany invading Poland.

➧ 1947: Indian Standard Time was adopted.

➧ 1956: Tripura becomes a union territory after reorganization of states.

➧ 1956: Life Insurance Corporation of India is established.

➧ 1962: Establishment of Shivaji University in Kolhapur, Maharashtra.

➧ 1964: Indian Oil Corporation and Indian Oil Company merged to form Indian Oil Corporation.

➧ 1972: Egypt and Libya form the Federation.

➧ 1989: Chris Evert became the first player to win 100 matches at the US National / Open Tennis Championship, defeating Patricia Tarbinia 6–2, 6–4.

➧ 1994: The Irene Republican Army implemented a ceasefire in Northern Ireland.

➧ 1997: Ramon Magsaysay Award was given to the literary writer Mahashweta Devi and environmentalist MC Mehta.

➧ 2000: China closes its only route to Nepal via Tibet.

➧ 2005: Saddam Hussein rejects US offer of conditional release.

➧ 2008: Thomas J. Bata passed away as CEO of Bata Shoe Company.

➧ 2015: Google changes its logo, the largest redesign since 1999.

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