Sunday, September 6, 2020

History Of 07 September | On This Day In World

History Of 07 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 07 September are as follows: -

➧ 1812: Napoleon defeated the Russian Army in the Battle of Borodino.

➧ 1813: 'Uncle Sam' speech was first used for America.

➧ 1822: Brazil declares its independence from Portugal.

➧ 1860: More than 400 people died when a ship named Lady Elgin sank in Lake Michigan.

➧ 1921: Miss America contest was launched.

➧ 1927: Philo Farnsworth succeeded in making full-fledged electronic TV.

➧ 1940: In World War II, the German Army changed its strategy of fighting Britain and started bombing various cities of Britain including London.

➧ 1950: All monasteries in Hungary closed.

➧ 1953: Nikita Khrushchev was elected Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

➧ 1965: Declaration of army deployment by China on Indian border.

➧ 1998: 100th Conference of Inter Parliamentary Union (IPU) begins in Moscow.

➧ 1999: A 5.9 magnitude earthquake in Athens killed 143 people and injured over 500 and left 50,000 people homeless.

➧ 2008: NSG under Indo-US nuclear agreement. The 45 members of the India allowed India to trade nuclear with the international fraternity.

➧ 2008: Canada appoints Joseph Caron as its new High Commissioner to India.

➧ 2009: Pankaj Advani of India won the World Professional Billiards title.

➧ 2009: The 55th National Film Award for Best Film went to director Priyadarshan's film Kanchivaram.

➧ 2011: 44 people, including a whole team of 22 hockey players, were killed when a Russian plane Yakovlev Yak-42 crashed immediately after taking off.

➧ 2011: A bomb explosion in a suitcase near gate number-5 of Delhi High Court complex killed 11 people and injured 74 people.

➧ 2013: Tony Abbott becomes Prime Minister of Australia after winning the Liberal-National Coalition election.

➧ 2019: The Indian space agency had broken contact with Chandrayaan-2's moon just 2 km from landing on the lunar surface.

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