Thursday, October 22, 2020

History Of 23 October | On This Day In World

History Of 23 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 23 October are as follows: -

➧ 1623: Death of famous poet Tulsidas.
➧ 1910: Blanche S. Scott became the first woman to fly an airplane alone in America.
➧ 1915: Around 25,000 women demonstrated in New York demanding the right to vote.
➧ 1947: Gertie Corey and her husband Carl Corey are awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
➧ 1956: Establishment of International Atomic Energy Agency with the objective of increasing the contribution of nuclear energy to world peace.
➧ 1958: Nobel Prize for Literature to Russian poet and novelist Boris Pastrnak.
➧ 1973: US President Richard M. Nixon agreed to release tapes in the Watergate case.
➧ 1978: China and Japan formally end four decades of hostilities.
➧ 1989: Hungary becomes an independent republic after 33 years of independence from the Soviet Union.
➧ 1998: Japan nationalizes its first bank after World War II.
➧ 1998: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat sign the 'Peace for Dhara' treaty.
➧ 2001: Apple launches iPod. The small iPod served to carry thousands of songs into the listener's pocket.
➧ 2002: Chechen rebels in Moscow attack a cultural center and take about 700 people hostage to the theater.
➧ 2007: University of Cambridge, former CBI Director R.K. Appointed Raghavan to his new advisory board.
➧ 2011: A 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Turkey's Wan province, killing 582 people, injuring thousands.
➧ 2012: A fire in a hospital in Tainan, Taiwan, killed 12 people and injured 40.
➧ 2018: Microplastic found in human feces by Austrian scientists for the first time.
➧ 2018: European Commission rejects Italy's budget, first country.
➧ 2019: The Google research lab claims that it has achieved quantum supremacy, calculating in 3 minutes what it takes to have a 10,000-year-old supercomputer.
➧ 2019: Hong Kong Legislative Council rescinds extradition bill spanning months of contradiction and unrest.

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