Tuesday, September 8, 2020

History Of 09 September | On This Day In World

History Of 09 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 09 September are as follows: -

1449: Mongolian forces hostage the Emperor of China at the Battle of Tumu Fort.

1776: US Parliament of Congress officially renames the country from the 'United Colonies' to the United States.

1791: United States capital named Washington D.C. The present-day is named after President George Washington.

1850: California becomes the 31st state of the US.

1850: Famous poet and playwright Bharatendu Harishchandra was born in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. Who brought out magazines like Harishchandra magazine, Kavikavar Sudha, and wrote many plays like Andharanagari and Bharat plight.

1867: European country Luxembourg attains independence.

1908: Orville Wright flew for an hour for the first time.

1920: Anglo, Oriental College Aligarh was renamed Aligarh Muslim University.

1949: The Constituent Assembly of India accepted Hindi as the official language.

1950: Communists were arrested on a large scale in the European country France.

1968: India's famous novelist, storyteller, essayist, playwright, revolutionary, journalist Ramvriksha Benipuri died.

1974: Captain Vikram Batra, who was martyred in the Kargil War, was born. He was posthumously awarded the Param Vir Chakra.

1999: Mahesh Bhupathi of India and Arch Sugiyama of Japan won the mixed doubles title of US Open.

2004: A bomb explodes outside the Australian Embassy in Jakarta, killing 10 people.

2006: US Open Women's Tennis: Russia's Maria Sharapova wins her first US title; Defeated Belgian Justin Henin-Harden 6-4, 6-4.

2009: Ministry of Railways announced to introduce a biometric identification system for its employees on the lines of the Ministry of Home Affairs.

2011: 58th National Film Award (India): "Admante Makan Abu" won the Golden Lotus.

2012: Indian Space Agency placed the heaviest foreign satellite in orbit.

2015: Queen Elizabeth II became Great Britain's longest-reigning queen in 63 years and seven months, beating the previous record set by her great-great-grandmother, Queen Victoria.

2018: Nia Franklin, representing New York, crowns Miss America 2019. The first competition was held without a swimming section.

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