Sunday, October 4, 2020

History Of 5 October | On This Day In World

History Of 5 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 5 October are as follows: -

➧ 1793: Christianity displaced in France during the French Revolution.

➧ 1796: Spain declares war against England.

➧ 1805: The second Governor General of the British Raj in India, Commander in Chief Lord Cornwallis, dies in Ghazipur.

➧ 1864: Around 50,000 people killed by a cyclone in the city of Calcutta.

➧ 1864: Luis John Lumiere, a patronizing cinematographer, was born.

➧ 1902: Ray Crock was born to turn McDonald's into the world's most successful food operation.

➧ 1915: Bulgaria participated in the First World War.

➧ 1946: Concluding First Cannes Film Festival.

➧ 1948: The earthquake in Turkmenistan's capital, Ashqabat, killed 110,000 people.

➧ 1962: Dr. No, the first film of the James Bond series, is released.

➧ 1988: The Constituent Assembly of Brazil approved the constitution.

➧ 1989: Meera Sahib Beevi becomes the first woman judge of the Supreme Court.

➧ 1999: India decides not to attend the special meeting on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT).

➧ 2010: Injured Indian cricket batsman VVS Laxman became the hero of the match scoring 73 runs and not out as the home team chased down 216 to beat Australia by 1 wicket in the first Test in Mohali.

➧ 2011: Former Apple chief executive and co-founder Steve Jobs died at the age of 56.

➧ 2011: The world's cheapest Rs 2250 Tablet PC Aakash was launched in India.

➧ 2015: William C. Campbell, Satoshi Omura (roundworm) and Yuyu Tu (malaria) were awarded the Nobel Prize in medicine.

➧ 2015: California Governor Jerry Brown signs a bill granting "right to die" to sick patients.

➧ 2017: Spanish constitutional court suspends Catalan parliament to prevent declaration of independence.

➧ 2019: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte revealed that he has a neuromuscular disease, myasthenia gravis, causing him several health problems.

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