Sunday, October 11, 2020

History Of 12 October | On This Day In World

History Of 12 October | On This Day In World






In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 12 October are as follows: -
➧ 1860: British and French forces capture Beijing, the capital of China.

➧ 1871: The British Government enacted the Criminal Tribes Act under which 160 local communities were declared to be the criminal caste.

➧ 1901: US President Theodore Roosevelt changed the name of Rashtrapati Bhavan from Executive Manson to White House.

➧ 1928: For the first time, a machine called 'Iron Lung' was used for a child at Children's Hospital in Boston, USA.

➧ 1933: US Department of Justice acquires Alcartz Island from US Army.

➧ 1964: For the first time in the world, the Soviet Union sent astronauts to space without wearing a space suit.

➧ 1997: A massacre of 43 people takes place in Sidi Daud, Algeria.

➧ 1998: US Parliament passes online copyright bill.

➧ 1999: Pakistan's military general Parvesh Musharraf took over power of the country by overthrowing then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.

➧ 2000: Spacecraft 'Discovery' launched from Florida into space.

➧ 2001: The United Nations and its Secretary General Kofi Annan are announced to jointly honor the Nobel Peace Prize.

➧ 2002: European observers accuse India of rigging elections in Pakistan.

➧ 2004: Pakistan tests the Gauri-1 missile.

➧ 2005: China sent its second spacecraft Shenju-6 to Earth orbit with 2 astronauts.

➧ 2007: Former US Vice President Algor and the United Nations International Panel (IPCC) were jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

➧ 2008: The Uttar Pradesh government withdrew about five hundred acres of land given for the rail coach factory in Lalganj, Rae Bareli three months ago. Sister Alphonsa of Karl became the first female saint of India.

➧ 2014: Ivo Morales is re-elected President of Bolivia.

➧ 2017: Outbreak of plague in Madagascar killed 57 people, with 684 cases reported by WHO.

➧ 2018: US airstrikes in central Somalia killed about 60 al-Shabaab militants.

➧ 2019: California becomes the first US state to ban the sale and manufacture of new fur products.

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