Thursday, October 1, 2020

History Of 2 October | On This Day In World

History Of 2 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 2 October are as follows: -

➧ 1492: King Henry VII of Britain invades France.

➧ 1836: Charles Darwin returned to England after a five-year trip after collecting important material for his studies.

➧ 1869: Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi was born.

➧ 1904: The second Prime Minister of India, Lal Bahadur Shastri was born. With his simplicity and the slogan 'Jai Jawan Jai Kisan', he became popular among the masses. Led the country in Indo-Pak war.

➧ 1924: Geneva resolution was introduced with the aim of strengthening the League of Nations.

➧ 1951: Shyama Prasad Mukherjee founded the Bharatiya Jan Sangh.

➧ 1952: Community Development Program launched.

➧ 1955: The Integral Coach Factory at Perambur, Madras built the first railway compartment.

➧ 1961: Shipping Corporation of India was established in Bombay (Mumbai).

➧ 1971: Then President V.V. Giri dedicated Birla House to the country, known as Gandhi Sadan. Mahatma Gandhi was assassinated in this building and was renamed Gandhi Sadan.

➧ 1975: Bharat Ratna honored freedom fighter, politician, Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu K.K. Kamaraj was born.

➧ 1985: The Dowry Prohibition Amendment Act came into force in India.

➧ 1988: The 24th Olympic Games concluded in Seoul, the capital of South Korea.

➧ 1988: The then largest road bridge over the sea connecting Mandapam and Pamban in Tamil Nadu was opened for traffic.

➧ 2000: Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Delhi on a four-day visit, adding a new chapter in the old friendly relations between India and Russia.

➧ 2001: NATO, a 19-nation organization, gives the green signal for an attack on Afghanistan.

➧ 2004: UN Security Council approves proposal to send 5900 troops to Congo.

➧ 2006: South Africa decides to support India in the nuclear fuel supply case.

➧ 2018: Arthur Eskin (optical tweezers), Gérard Maurau and Donna Strickland (both for laser beams) received the Nobel Prize in Physics.

➧ 2019: Australian women's cricket wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy set a world record against Sri Lanka in T20 cricket by scoring an unbeaten 148 off 61 balls in Sydney; He scored a century in 46 balls.

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