Friday, August 28, 2020

History Of 29 August | On This Day In World

History Of 29 August | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 29 August are as follows: -

➧ Important Day on 29 August: National Sports Day (Major Dhyanchand's Birthday) and International Day of Anti-Nuclear Testing

➧ 1612: An important event of India's colonial era took place. The Portuguese suffered defeat at the hands of the British in the battle of Surat.

➧ 1833: The British Slave Abolition Act was made into law.

➧ 1842: First opium war ends with the signing of the Treaty of Nanking between Great Britain and China.

➧ 1887: Birth of Gandhiji's doctor and Jivraj Mehta, the first Chief Minister of Gujarat.

➧ 1905: Birth of India's famous hockey player Major Dhyanchand.

➧ 1931: Death of Naga spiritual master Jadonang, who laid the foundation of the powerful Naga movement.

➧ 1932: Formation of the International Anti-War Committee in the Netherlands capital Amsterdam.

➧ 1941: The Heinous Event of Human History in Russia. The German Instjakmando killed 1469 Jewish children.

➧ 1945: British liberate Hong Kong from Japan

➧ 1949: K. one of the top scientists of India. Birth of Radhakrishnan. Under his leadership, India delivered its Mangalyaan on Mars in the first attempt.

➧ 1952: Sister Euprasia, the Indian Christian woman saint known as the Praying Saint.

➧ 1956: Death of Malik Ghulam Mohammad, one of the founders of Mahindra & Mohammed. He was the third Governor-General of Pakistan.

➧ 1957: Civil Rights Act, 1957 passed.

➧ 1969: Major Manoj Talwar, who was martyred in the Kargil War, was born.

➧ 1974: Chaudhary Charan Singh founded the Lok Dal Party.

➧ 1976: Death of famous Bengali rebel poet, musician and philosopher Kazi Nazrul Islam.

➧ 1980: Birth of Madhav Srihari Ane, who became freedom fighter and Governor of India after independence.

➧ 1996: Plane crash in Spitsbergen hill of Arctic island. All 141 people aboard were killed in the crash of Oneukovo Airlines.

➧ 1998: Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar conferred with Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award.

➧ 2000: Four-day World Peace Summit begins in New York.

➧ 2004: Athens Olympics concludes.

➧ 2007: Fourth Chief Minister of Haryana and freedom fighter Banarsi Das Gupta dies.

➧ 2008: Important event in the industrial history of Bengal. Tata Motors started the Nano project in Singur, which was strongly opposed by Trinamool Congress workers. Enraged by the protest, Tata removed its employees from the Nano project site.

➧ 2014: Richard Attenbarra, the Oscar-winning director for the film Gandhi, dies.

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