Friday, October 30, 2020

History Of 31 October | On This Day In World

History Of 31 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 31 October are as follows: -

➧ 1864: Nevada becomes the 36th province of America.
➧ 1875: Sardar Vallabh Patel, the freedom fighter of India and the first Home Minister of independent India was born.
➧ 1905: Revolutionary demonstration takes place in St. Petersburg, USA.
➧ 1908: Fourth Olympic Games conclude in London.
➧ 1953: Television starts broadcasting in Belgium.
➧ 1959: The Soviet Union and Egypt sign an agreement to build the Aswan Dam on the Nile River.
➧ 1966: India's famous swimmer Mihir Sen floated and crossed the Panama Canal.
➧ 1982: Pope John Paul II becomes the first bishop to visit Spain.
➧ 1984: Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi assassinated by her bodyguards Satwant Singh and Beant Singh at her home in New Delhi.
➧ 1996: Approved 65 countries required to implement the Chemical Weapons Restriction Treaty.
➧ 2003: The 22-year-long rule of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad came to an end.
➧ 2003: Bethany Hamilton, age 13, was bitten by a shark while surfing in Hawaii.
➧ 2004: US strikes in Fallujah.
➧ 2005: China and Nepal agree on joint border inspection.
➧ 2005: India's famous writer Amrita Pritam passed away.
➧ 2015: All 224 people on board the plane were killed after Russian airline Koglimavia crashed into plane 9268 in Northern Sinai.
➧ 2018: The statue of India's Iron Man Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, unveiled on the Sadhu Bet Island of the Narmada River in the state of Gujarat, is the world's largest statue and is named Statue of Unity (length 182 meters).
➧ 2019: The US House of Representatives voted to formalize impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
➧ 2019: A fire broke out in all the main structures of Shuri Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the southern island of Okinawa, Japan.
➧ 2019: The new leader of the jihadist group Islamic State is Abu Ibrahim al-Hashmi al-Qureshi, as its former leader was killed by US special forces.

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