Saturday, September 19, 2020

History Of 19 September | On This Day In World

History Of 19 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 19 September are as follows: -

1581: Sikh Guru Ram Das, the fourth Sikh Guru died.

1893: Swami Vivekananda gave a historical speech at the World Parliament of Religions in Chicago (USA).

1893: All women were given voting rights under the Elections Act in New Zealand.

1952: Hollywood film star Charlie Chaplin is barred from returning to the US.

1955: The Argentine army and navy revolted and removed President Juan Perón.

1957: US conducts first underground nuclear test in Nevada desert.

1962: Invasion by China on India's northern border.

1965: Sunita Williams, the second Indian-origin woman to go through space agency 'NASA', was born.

1982: Scott Fahlman became the first person to use online messaging.

1986: Australian cricketer Dean Jones scores 210 against India in Madras.

1996: Eliza Ijetbogovic became the first President of post-war Bosnia.

2006: Military coup in Thailand, General Surayud becomes Prime Minister.

2007: Made MS Dhoni captain of Indian cricket team for ICC World Twenty20 for the first time.

2008: Supreme Court directed to stop the activities of Shalvajudume activists started in Chhattisgarh to control Naxalite activities.

2008: Akhlaq Mohammad Khan 'Shahriar' was awarded the 44th Jnanpith Award in 2011 for his contribution to Urdu literature.

2009: The Nanavati Commission, probing the riots after the Godhra incident in Gujarat, disposed of a petition seeking summoning of Chief Minister Narendra Modi and six others in the state.

2011: NASA designed a grand rocket capable of carrying up to 100 tons of space, called the Space Launch System (SLS), to send astronauts to other locations in the universe apart from the moon and Mars.

2014: Apple iPhone 6 started selling.

2017: Iran's President Hassan Rouhani criticized him for his remarks about Iran in a UN speech by US President Donald Trump.

2019: 22 people were killed and 90 injured in a Taliban suicide truck bombing at a hospital in southern Afghanistan's Zabul province.

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