Saturday, August 8, 2020

History Of 9 August | On This Day In World

History Of 9 August | On This Day In World

History Of 9 August | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 August are as follows: -

1683: The British monarchy, through an order, gave the East India Company the right to declare war or peace in Asia.

1788: Ghulam Qadir snatches his dagger in the eye of Sultan Shah Alam II of Delhi and blindsides it.

1831: Steam engine trains run for the first time in America.

1892: Thomas Alva Edison patented the two-way telegraph.

1925: Revolutionaries loot a train at Kakori. The purpose of the revolutionaries was to rob the government treasury from the train and buy weapons from those money.

1942: Mahatma Gandhi arrested by British Government.

1945: America drops atomic bomb on Nagasaki city of Japan.

1962: German poet and writer Nobel Prize Hermann Heise died.

1970: Death of Trilokinath Chakraborty, the great freedom fighter and unsung hero of the country. He spent 30 years of his life in prison. He was probably the longest serving freedom fighter in prison.

1971: Signing of the Indo-Russian Friendship Treaty.

1993: The first Indian woman gymnast Deepa Karamarkar to participate in the Olympics was born in Agartala, Tripura.

1989: Toshiki Kaifu becomes Prime Minister of Japan.

1999: Russian President Boris Yeltsin sacked Prime Minister Sergei Stapshin and appointed Intelligence Service chief Vladimir Putin as acting Prime Minister.

2005: NASA's manned spacecraft Discovery landed safely at a California-based airbase after its 14-day adventure and risky journey.

2008: Malaysia's cultural minister and MP Mohammed Shafi Ardal, with the support of the Indian delegation, has been elected the new president of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association (CPA).

2010: Bengal defeated Punjab 2–1 to win the Santosh Trophy National Football Competition 11 years later.

2018: Parliament passed the Scheduled Castes and Tribes-Prevention of Atrocities Amendment Bill 2018.

2018: The Parliament has approved the National Sports University Bill-2018.

2018: The Lok Sabha passed the Central Goods and Services Tax Amendment Bill, the Coordinated Goods and Services Tax Amendment Bill, the Union Territory Goods and Services Tax Amendment Bill, and the State Compensation Amendment Bill for Goods and Services Tax.

2018: The Union Cabinet approved the proposal to amend the Triple Talaq Bill.



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