Tuesday, September 29, 2020

History Of 30 September | On This Day In World

History Of 30 September | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 30 September are as follows: -

➧ 1681: The Netherlands and Sweden sign a peace deal.

➧ 1687: Aurangzeb captured Golconda Fort in Hyderabad.

➧ 1898: American city of New York is established.

➧ 1929: The first rocket to carry manned flight.

➧ 1947: Pakistan and Yemen became members of the United Nations.

➧ 1955: Famous Hollywood actor James Dean died in a road accident in California.

➧ 1967: International Monetary Fund (IMF) reforms the monetary system.

➧ 1984: The first border line opened between North and South Korea after 1945.

➧ 1990: The Dalai Lama unveils Canadian tribute to human rights in Ottawa, the Canadian capital.

➧ 1993: An earthquake in Aurangabad in Maharashtra state of India killed more than 10,000 people and left millions homeless.

➧ 1997: Microsoft released Internet Explorer-4.

➧ 2000: A 12-year-old Palestinian child was shot on TV on both sides during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Gaza Strip, drawing strong reactions and outrage across the world.

➧ 2001: Senior Congress leader Madhav Rao Scindia died in an air crash in Mainpuri.

➧ 2002: A temple was broken by radical Muslims to Pakistan, China expressed willingness to make voluntary negotiations with India more meaningful.

➧ 2003: Vishwanathan Anand won the World Rapid Chess Championship.

➧ 2005: News agency Reuters accused US forces of suppressing journalists in Iraq.

➧ 2007: 236 opposition MPs-MLAs resign to prevent Pervez Musharraf from becoming President again in uniform.

➧ 2009: Eminent playback singer Manna Dey was selected for the prestigious Dadasaheb Phalke Award.

➧ 2010: The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad High Court ruled in the disputed Babri Masjid case, dividing the land into three parts, giving Ramlala, Nirmohi Akhara and Waqf Board one part each.

➧ 2019: 315 billion tons of iceberg broke from Antarctica, the iceberg was named D28.


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