Saturday, October 10, 2020

History Of 11 October | On This Day In World

History Of 11 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 11 October are as follows: -

➧ 1869: American explorer Thomas Edison applied for a patent on his first invention. This electric machine was used to count votes.

➧ 1881: American inventor David Henderson Houston patented the first roll of cameras.

➧ 1887: Alexander Miles obtained a patent for lift.

➧ 1902: Jayaprakash Narayan, popularly known as freedom fighter, political leader and Loknayak, was born.

➧ 1916: Social worker Chandika Amritrao Deshmukh was born.

➧ 1923: Birth of world-renowned mathematician Harish Chandra Mahrotra. He worked on a small branch of modern mathematics and developed it to such an extent that mathematicians from all over the world were attracted to that branch.

➧ 1942: Hindi cinema legend Amitabh Bachchan was born.

➧ 1987: India's Peace Army launches Operation Pawan in Sri Lanka. The campaign was waged to liberate Jaffna by ending LTTE occupation.

➧ 1994: The Colorado Supreme Court in the US declared anti-gay rights in the state unconstitutional.

➧ 2000: International Woman of the Year Association honored Valentina V Tereshkova, Russia's first woman to go to space, with the Greatest Woman Achiever of the Century Award.

➧ 2002: Nepal King Gyanendra appointed Lokendra Bahadur as Prime Minister.

➧ 2002: US Congress passes a resolution giving then President George W Bush broad powers to use force against Iraq.

➧ 2008: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh flagged off the first train from Naogaon station to run in the valley of Kashmir.

➧ 2011: Christopher A. Sims and Thomas J. It was announced to jointly award the Nobel Prize for Economics to Sergeet for his 'empirical studies in the field of cause and effect on macroeconomy'.

➧ 2013: Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons wins the Nobel Peace Prize.

➧ 2015: Nepal's parliament elected Khadg Prasad Sharma Oli, leader of Nepal-unified Marxist Leninist Party, as prime minister.

➧ 2016: South Korean firm Samsung announced that it would permanently stop production of Note 7 phones following complaints that the devices were on fire.

➧ 2018: The world's longest new flight took off from Singapore to Newark Airport, which takes 17 hours 52 minutes to reach New Jersey.

➧ 2019: Ethiopia's PM Abi Ahmed received the Nobel Peace Prize for the peace agreement with Eritrea.

➧ 2019: Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, completed 7,000 Test runs on the second day of the second Test against South Africa in Mumbai, scoring an unbeaten 254. In this match India won by an innings and 137 runs.

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