Saturday, October 3, 2020

History Of 3 October | On This Day In World

History Of 3 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 3 October are as follows: -

➧ 1735: France and the sixth Kerala emperor sign a peace agreement.
➧ 1831: Britain is captured by Mysore.
➧ 1863: Abraham Lincoln, the then President of the United States, announces 'Thanksgiving Day' in America.
➧ 1880: The first Marathi music drama 'Sangeet Shakuntal' was staged in Pune.
➧ 1977: Former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi arrested on charges of corruption.
➧ 1978: The first and second test tube baby in the world was born in Calcutta (now Kolkata).
➧ 1984: India's longest train Himsagar Express departed from Kanyakumari to Jammu Tawi.
➧ 1994: India formally asserts its claim for permanent membership of the Security Council.
➧ 1996: Pakistani batsman Shahid Afridi made history by scoring a century in 37 balls in a one-day international.
➧ 1999: To prevent movement of molecular materials and nuclear accidents. The United States and Russia set up a joint crisis center.
➧ 2002: Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, US President George W Bush and UK Prime Minister Tony Blair were jointly recommended for the Nobel Peace Prize.
➧ 2003: Pakistan tests the HALF-III missile.
➧ 2004: Lashkar-e-Taiba's political organization is divided into two parts.
➧ 2006: Ban Ki-moon of South Korea becomes the new Secretary-General of the United Nations.
➧ 2008: Tata Motors Chairman Ratan Tata announces move of Nano car project from Singur elsewhere.
➧ 2011: Sapper Shanti Tigga became the first woman to join the Indian Army Territorial Army. Shanti, 35, was the mother of two children joining the 969 Railway Engineer Regiment of Territorial Army.
➧ 2011: Pakistani painter Vasil, popularly known as Painter Babu, painted Mahatma Gandhi with his blood to convey the message of peace and love to the world.
➧ 2016: Yoshinori Ohsumi of Japan wins the Nobel Prize for Medicine for research in autophagy.
➧ 2017: Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barrish and Kip S. Thorne won the Nobel Prize in Physics for "decisive contribution to LIGO detector and observation of gravitational waves".
➧ 2018: Francis Arnold, Gregory Winter and George Smith in the field of chemistry won the Nobel Prize for developing new enzymes and antibodies.

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