Monday, October 5, 2020

History Of 6 October | On This Day In World

History Of 6 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 6 October are as follows: -

➧ 1679: The 12th emperor of the Mughal dynasty was born Necciar.

➧ 1683: 13 German families came to Philadelphia from Krefeld, Germany. German American Day is celebrated every year on this day.

➧ 1862: The Indian Penal Code Act was passed and came into force from January 1.

➧ 1927: The first feature film, The Jazz Singer, adorned with dialogue and background music, is released.

➧ 1963: Punjab's freedom fighter Grand Old Man Baba Kharak Singh was born.

➧ 1973: Egyptian and Syrian forces started a two-sided attack on Israel.

➧ 1981: Egyptian President Anwar Sadat assassinated by a military group during a military parade in Cairo.

➧ 1983: President's rule imposed in Punjab.

➧ 1994: UNESCO announced the year 1995 as the United Nations Year of Tolerance.

➧ 1995: Two Swiss scientists first identified the planet outside the Earth's solar system.

➧ 1999: The United Nations Disarmament Conference begins in Vienna, the capital of Australia.

➧ 2000: President Milosevich fled the country amid bloodless democracies in Yugoslavia, with opposition leader Kostunica proclaiming himself president.

➧ 2002: King of Nepal Gyanendra Veer Vikram Shah Deo declares no power.

➧ 2004: US vetoed proposal to stop Israeli military operation.

➧ 2006: The UN gives peacekeepers the right to use force in Lebanon.

➧ 2007: Pervez Musharraf declared elected as President of Pakistan with a unilateral victory. The Australian-American television satellite was tested using the Ariane-5 rocket at Kuru.

➧ 2008: In view of the global recession, the Reserve Bank of India decided to cut the cash reserve ratio (CRR) of banks by half a percent.

➧ 2017: The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to ICAN, the anti-nuclear campaign organization.

➧ 2017: Nobel Prize for Literature was awarded to British writer Kazuo Ishiguro.

➧ 2019: Thousands of Hong Kong protesters defy new ban on face masks.

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