Saturday, August 1, 2020

History Of 02 August | On This Day In World

History Of 02 August | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 02 August are as follows: -

➧ 1763: After the capture of Murshidabad, the British army defeated Mir Qasim in the Battle of Giriya.

➧ 1790: First census in America.

➧ 1831: Netherlands forces capture Belgium after a ten-day campaign.

➧ 1858: The British Government passed the Government of India Act, after which the rule of India passed from the East India Company to the British monarchy. Viceroy was appointed as the top representative of the British Government in India.

➧ 1870: The world's first underground tube railway tower subway started in London.

➧ 1878: Birth of Pingali Venkaiah, who created the national flag of India, 'Tricolor'.

➧ 1922: Nearly sixty thousand people died in a hurricane in China.

➧ 1944: Turkey breaks diplomatic relations with Germany.

➧ 1955: Soviet Union conducts nuclear test.

➧ 1984: Europe's human rights court calls phone tapping of a UK citizen a violation of the European 

➧ 1987: Vishwanath Anand won the World Junior Chess Championship.

➧ 1990: Iraq invades Kuwait.

➧ 1990: More than one lakh soldiers of Iraq attacked Kuwait in the morning with 700 tanks and captured it. This became the reason for the first Gulf War.

➧ 1999: Brahmaputra Mail collides face-to-face with the Awadh-Assam Express at Ghasal. Both trains were running on the same track from the opposite direction.

➧ 1999: China test-fired long-range (8000 km) surface-to-surface missile.

➧ 2001: Pakistan approves Chinese imports from India.

➧ 2003: The United Nations Security Council allows troops to be sent to Libya to stop the conflict.

➧ 2007: A super market in Asuncion, the capital of Paraguay, caught fire, killing 300 people.

➧ 2008: Kiyushu, the southern island of Jaffna, witnessed a severe thunderstorm that caused widespread devastation by Ugasi.

➧ 2010: More than 1000 people died in floods in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.

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