Tuesday, September 15, 2020

History Of 16 September | On This Day In World

History Of 16 September | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 16 September are as follows: -

➧ 1795: Britain captures Cape Town in South Africa.

➧ 1810: Miguel Hidalgo begins the struggle for independence of Mexico from Spain.

➧ 1821: Mexico's independence recognized.

➧ 1848: Abolition of slavery from French colony.

➧ 1861: Start of savings account opening in post office in UK.

➧ 1916: Indian actress and singer M.S. Subbulakshmi was born.

➧ 1932: Nobel laureate Dr. Ronald Ross, who discovered malaria, a deadly disease spread by mosquitoes, passed away.

➧ 1943: General Vututin of the Soviet Union army again captures Romney.

➧ 1963: In the Federation of Malay, North Borneo, Sarawak and Singapore are merged to form a new country. In Malaysia, Singapore was merged with Malaysia. However, Malaysia split in 1965.

➧ 1967: Soviet Union conducts nuclear test in eastern Kazakh.

➧ 1975: Papua New Guinea was liberated from Australia.

➧ 1978: General Zia ul Haq elected President of Pakistan.

➧ 1986: Hundreds of people lost their lives due to being trapped in the South African gold mine Kinross.

➧ 2000: 25th Toronto International Film Festival: "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" directed by Ang Lee won the People's Choice Award.

➧ 2007: 269 people in Thailand, including 128 crew and other passengers, killing 89 people after the One-to-Go Airlines crash.

➧ 2007: Pakistan's Chief Election Commissioner amended election law to contest Pervez Musharraf's post as President.

➧ 2009: The Incredible Bharat Vigyan Abhiyan, presenting India as an outstanding tourist destination to the world, received the British Award.

➧ 2014: Islamic State wages war against Syrian Kurdish fighters.

➧ 2015: An 8.3 magnitude earthquake struck the coast of Ippel, Chile, killing 11 people and leaving 1 million homeless.

➧ 2019: 50,000 employees of General Motors in the US went on strike due to pay and factory closure.

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