Monday, September 14, 2020

History Of 15 September | On This Day In World

History Of 15 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 15 September are as follows: -

➧ 1860: M Visvesvaraya, considered India's greatest engineer, was born. It is celebrated as Engineers Day in the country.

➧ 1876: Indian novelist Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay was born.

➧ 1890: Agatha Christie, born in detective characters like Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple and Park Pine, was born.

➧ 1894: In the Battle of Pyongyang in the First Sino-Japanese War, Japan defeated China.

➧ 1909: CN Annadurai, the tallest among Tamil leaders, was born.

➧ 1916: For the first time in World War I, tanks were used in the Battle of the Somme.

➧ 1922 - Smyrna fire. Most of Smyrna was destroyed in this fire, possibly by the Turkish army from 13–15 September. It is estimated that one lakh people died in it.

➧ 1931: Gandhi-Irwin Pact.

➧ 1940: During World War II, the British Air Force claimed that it had defeated Hitler's German Air Force.

➧ 1948: The first flag of independent India INS Delhi reached the port of Bombay (now Mumbai).

➧ 1951: Communist China captured Tibet and sent its priests to the Dalai Lama's monastery.

➧ 1959: India's National Broadcasting Service Doordarshan launches.

➧ 1971: The Green Peace, committed to building a green and peaceful world, was established.

➧ 1981: Vanuatu became a member of the United Nations.

➧ 2000: Opening of the 27th Olympic Games in Sydney.

➧ 2003: WTO negotiations fail as developing countries flare up over Singapore issue.

➧ 2004: 'Woman of the Year' award to British citizen Gurinder Chadha.

➧ 2008: Lehman Brothers, one of the largest banks in America, declared itself bankrupt. This was the biggest bankrupt event in American history to date.

➧ 2017: The Cassini spacecraft collides with Saturn's satellite Titan.

➧ 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a very massive sanitation service program from 15 September to 2 October through video conferencing from 18 major cities of the country.

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