Thursday, August 6, 2020

History Of 7 August | On This Day In World

History Of 7 August | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 August are as follows: -

➧ 1606: Shakespeare's play Macbeth is staged for King James I for the first time.

➧ 1668: Eminent Newton received a master's degree from Trinity College Cambridge.

➧ 1753: Britain Museum was established.

➧ 1789: Established the United States War Department.

➧ 1905: Indian National Congress calls for boycott of British goods.

➧ 1925: Famous Indian agricultural scientist MS. Swaminathan was born.

➧ 1941: Nobel laureate Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore died.

➧ 1944: Construction of a huge machine 51 feet long, 8 feet high and weighing five tons, named after the first calculator.

➧ 1947: Electricity and transport system formally transferred to Mumbai Municipal Corporation.

➧ 1960: Ivory Coast, the country of the continent of Africa, gets independence from France.

➧ 1972: Ugandan leader Idi Amin ordered people of Asian descent to leave the country within 90 days.

➧ 1985: Geet Sethi won the World Amateur Billiards Championship. He became the 3rd Indian to achieve this feat.

➧ 1990: US deploys army in Saudi Arabia and starts Operation Desert Shield.

➧ 1991: Former Iranian Prime Minister Shapore Bakhtiar was assassinated.

➧ 1996: The possibility of the existence of one-celled organisms on Mars from the remains of a meteorite that fell on Earth 13 thousand years ago by American scientists.

➧ 1998: More than 200 people die in a terrorist attack on US embassies in the capitals of Kenya and Tanzania.

➧ 1999: Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif once again offered talks with India.

➧ 2005: Israel Finance Minister Benjamin Netanyahu resigns from his post.

➧ 2010: A massive oil spill began in the sea after two ships MSC Chitra and Khalija-3 collided at a distance of 10 nautical miles from Mumbai.

➧ 2019: Former Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj passed away due to a heart attack.



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