Tuesday, October 6, 2020

History Of 7 October | On This Day In World

History Of 7 October | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 October are as follows: -

➧ 1586: Mughal army enters Kashmir.

➧ 1737: Three hundred thousand people were killed when 20 thousand small ships drowned 40 feet below sea level in Bengal.

➧ 1840: Willem II becomes King of the Netherlands.

➧ 1868: Cornol University opens in the US. It had enrollment of 412 students, which was the largest number at that time.

➧ 1914: Famous Ghazal singer Begum Akhtar of India was born.

➧ 1919: Gandhiji's 'Navajivan' magazine was published.

➧ 1942: The United States and the British Government announce the establishment of the United Nations.

➧ 1950: Mother Teresa founded the Missionaries of Charity in Kolkata.

➧ 1952: Chandigarh became the capital of Punjab.

➧ 1978: Famous Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan was born.

➧ 1992: Rapid Action Force was formed in India. It was specifically formed to deal with communal riots sympathetically and expertly. This force also helps the civil administration in dealing with natural disasters.

➧ 1997: Surya Bahadur Thapa sworn in as the new Prime Minister of Nepal.

➧ 2000: WWF-India wins the first Rajiv Gandhi Wildlife Conservation Award.

➧ 2000: Japan declares human cloning a punishable offense.

➧ 2001: America's operation against terrorism 'Aduring Freedom' begins.

➧ 2004: Germany endorses India's claim to the Security Council.

➧ 2008: Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas arrived in India on a four-day state visit.

➧ 2015: Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to Tomas Lindl of Sweden, Paul Modrich of USA and Aziz Sanjar, a Turkish-American scientist, for repair work by cells of damaged DNA.

➧ 2016: Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize "for his steadfast efforts to end the country's more than 50-year-long civil war".

➧ 2019: Nobel Prize for Medicine or Physiology was awarded to Peter Ratcliffe, William Callen and Gregg Senza, for their discovery on the oxygen absorption of cells.

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