Thursday, October 8, 2020

History Of 9 October | On This Day In World

History Of 9 October | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 October are as follows: -

➧ 1876: For the first time, there was a two-way conversation via telephone over the wire.

➧ 1888: The Washington Memorial, built in memory of the first President of America, George Washington, was opened to the public for the first time.

➧ 1920: Anglo-Oriental College of Aligarh transformed into Aligarh Muslim University.

➧ 1922: London Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Sir William Horwood is made a victim of arsenic filled chocolate poisoning.

➧ 1930: Laura Ingalls, the first female pilot in the US, landed in Glendale, California after completing an intercontinental flight alone.

➧ 1942: Freedom fighter Bibi Amar Kaur hoists the national flag at Lahore Jail Gate. He was arrested and sent to Ambala Jail.

➧ 1949: C. Rajagopalachari, the first governor of independent India officially inaugurates the Territorial Army.

➧ 1962: African country becomes Republic of Uganda.

➧ 1967: Argentina's famous Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara is assassinated.

➧ 1976: International direct dialing service started between Bombay (now Mumbai) and London.

➧ 1998: The National Assembly of Pakistan approved the Islamic Sharia law as the country's highest law.

➧ 2002: The Nobel Prize in Physics was announced jointly with Ramand Davis of the US and Koshiba of Japan.

➧ 2005: Launch of European satellite 'Cryoset' failed.

➧ 2006: Google announced the acquisition of YouTube.

➧ 2007: China accuses India of breach of agreement.

➧ 2008: The Central Government formed a committee of experts to save oil from the mafia.

➧ 2012: Women's rights and education activist Malala Yousafzai was shot dead by the Taliban while she was going to school.

➧ 2014: Patrick Modiano won the Nobel Prize in Literature.

➧ 2017: American economist Richard Thaler is awarded the Nobel Prize for Economics.

➧ 2019: John B. for the development of lithium-ion batteries. Goodenough, M. Stanley Whittingam and Akira Yoshino received the Nobel Prize for Chemistry.

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