Monday, September 21, 2020

History Of 21 September | On This Day In World

History Of 21 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 21 September are as follows: -

➧ 1857- Bahadur Shah II surrendered to the British.

➧ 1885 - People of the Netherlands demonstrated for the right to vote in elections.

➧ 1928 - 'My Wickly Reader' magazine launched.

➧ 1942- Nazis kill 2588 Jews in Ukraine, Dunevtsy.

➧ 1942 - The Boeing B-29 Superfotress made its first flight.

➧ 1949 - Communist leaders in China announce the 'People's Republic of China' party, which is China's largest political party.

➧ 1964 - Malta attains independence from Britain.

➧ 1966- Famous Indian swimmer Mihir Sen crossed the Bay of Basphorus on this day and made another record in his name.

➧ 1971 - A British Royal Air Force plane crashes in the city of Cambridgeshire. In which one male and two boys died.

➧ 1984 - Brunei joins the United Nations.

➧ 1991 - Armenia gained independence from the Soviet Union.

➧ 2000 - 'Liberal Democratic Friends of India Society' was established for better relations between India and Britain.

➧ 2001 - The ruling Taliban regime in Afghanistan and fighting begins in the Northern Alliance.

➧ 2003 - New draft constitutional amendments were also rejected by Pakistan's opposition.

➧ 2004 - US lifts economic embargo from Libya.

➧ 2007 - Tanzanian scientists claim to have discovered rare species of fish.

➧ 2007 - Oil products started in Reliance's Krishna Godavari basin.

➧ 2011 - A team of international scientists led by the University of Australia succeeded in discovering 16 genes responsible for high blood pressure.

➧ 2013 - 67 people died in an attack by terrorist organization Al Shabaab at Westgate Shopping Mall in Nairobi.

➧ 2017: Andre Ward, Unified Light Heavyweight Champion and the world's top pound-for-pound boxer, announced his retirement.

➧ 2019: The sky turns red in Zambi Province, Indonesia, since the worst illegal wildfire since 2015 burning more than 800,000 acres, causing respiratory problems for one lakh people

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