Friday, September 18, 2020

History Of 18 September | On This Day In World

History Of 18 September | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 18 September are as follows: -

➧ 1180: Philip Augustus becomes King of France.

➧ 1502: Christopher Columbus arrives in Costa Rica. This was the fifth and last stop of their journey.

➧ 1810: Chile announces its separation from Spain.

➧ 1812: Fire in Moscow devastates a large part of the city, killing 12 thousand.

➧ 1851: The first edition of The New York Daily Times newspaper came out.

➧ 1899: Rajnarayan Bose, one of the famous Bengali language writers and thinkers of the Bengali Renaissance, passed away.

➧ 1919: Women got the right to vote in Holland.

➧ 1923: Newspaper publishers strike in New York that lasts until 23 September.

➧ 1947: National Security Act approved.

➧ 1950: Birthday of Bollywood actress Shabana Azmi. She is the daughter of famous poet and lyricist Kaifi Azmi.

➧ 1967: Nagaland recognizes the English language for its functioning.

➧ 1978: Egyptian President Anwar Al Saadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin agreed to peace in the presence of the then US President Jimmy Carter.

➧ 1986: Female pilots fly a jet plane from Bombay to Goa for the first time.

➧ 1987: US President Ronald Reagan announced that 1000 nuclear missiles will be scrapped in the coming few years.

➧ 1988: Burma's constitution repealed.

➧ 1992: First Muslim Chief Justice of India, he died the first acting President of India, Muhammad Hidayatullah.

➧ 2003: First bus service started between Agartala and Dhaka.

➧ 2012: For the first time in the world at the University of Gothenburg, the uterus of two mothers were transplanted to their daughters.

➧ 2016: In the Russian elections, the Putin-backed United Russia Party won 54% of the parliamentary seats led by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.

➧ 2019: Government of India proposed a ban on e-cigarettes.

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