Saturday, October 3, 2020

History Of 4 October | On This Day In World

History Of 4 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 4 October are as follows: -
➧ 1227: Abdullah al-Adil, the Almohad caliph of Morocco, is killed.

➧ 1824: Mexico enacted a new constitution and became the Federal Republic.

➧ 1830: The Kingdom of Belgium broke away from the Netherlands.

➧ 1884: Ramachandra Shukla, the leading Hindi writer and critic, was born.

➧ 1943: US captures Salomon from the Japanese.

➧ 1957: Soviet Union successfully sent the first satellite Sputnik into space.

➧ 1974: India refused to participate in the Davis Cup to protest the apartheid policy of the Government of South Africa.

➧ 1977: India's Foreign Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee addressed the United Nations General Assembly meeting in Hindi. This was the first address given in Hindi.

➧ 2000: Chang Chun Shiung becomes the new Prime Minister of Taiwan.

➧ 2006: Julian Assange founded WikiLeaks.

➧ 2008: US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visited India for a day.

➧ 2008: Mark Zuckerberg announced the appointment of Google executive Sheryl Sandberg as CEO of Facebook.

➧ 2011: The Nobel Prize Committee announced the award of the Nobel Prize to Sol Perlmutter and Adam Rees of America and Brian Schmidt, an American citizen of America, for his invaluable contribution in the field of physics.

➧ 2011: US marks Islamic State (IS) chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as a global terrorist and carries a $ 10 million reward on him.

➧ 2011: In a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh during the visit of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai to India, three agreements on strategic matters, partnership of mineral wealth and partnership on oil and gas exploration were signed.

➧ 2011: During the visit of Indian President Pratibha Patil, India and Switzerland entered into a bilateral agreement for cooperation in the financial sector which will help to increase cooperation between the Income Tax Department and trace the accounts of Indians in Swiss banks.

➧ 2011: The National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico, based on human bones found from the province of Durango in the north, has claimed that the tribals in ancient times were cannibals.

➧ 2012: Michael Schumacher retired from the Formula One race.

➧ 2017: Nobel Prize for Chemistry was awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank and Richard Henderson for their work on cryo-electron microscopy.

➧ 2019: Fuel subsidies in Ecuador ceased after four decades, which led to nationwide protests and the declaration of a 60-day state of emergency to President Lenin Moreno.

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