Monday, November 9, 2020

History Of 10 November | On This Day In World

History Of 10 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 10 November are as follows: -

1885: Gottlieb Daimler introduced the world's first motorcycle.
1951: Direct dialing phone service started in America.
1983: Bill Gates launched Windows 1.0.
1990: Chandra Shekhar became the 8th Prime Minister of India.
1994: Police wreak havoc by reaching Sriyantra island (Srinagar) island.
1997: WorldCom and MCI Communication announce merger of 37 billion. It was the largest merger in the US by that time.
1997: China-Russia Declaration ends demarcation dispute between the two countries.
2001: Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee addressed the United Nations General Assembly.
2004: Zhengzhou declared the eighth oldest city in China.
2006: Sri Lankan Tamil politician Nadarajah Raviraj is assassinated in Colombo.
2007: A British Appellate Court orders the British government to treat Indian doctors as EU doctors.
2008: The two countries signed the Defense and Security Agreement, giving strategic depth to India-Qatar relations.
2008: India defeated Australia to win the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2–0.
2008: Public sector Andhra Bank cut its prime lending rate (PLR) by 0.75%.
2008: NASA announces the conclusion of its Phoenix mission to Mars.
2012: US presidential election results are announced after Barack Obama won from Florida. Electoral College defeated Mitt Romney 332-206 in votes.
2014: Ethel Kennedy was awarded the President's Medal.
2019: Iran's President Hassan Rouhani announced the discovery of a new oil field in Khuzestan Province with an estimated 53 million barrels of oil.
2019: Federation Cup Women's Tennis, Perth: French pair Christina Mladenovic and Carolyn Garcia defeated Australia's Ash Barty and Samantha Stosur 6–4, 6–3 to win 3–2.
2019: Death toll reaches 319 in demonstrations in Iraq, 15,000 people in these demonstrations from 1 October according to Iraqi Human Rights Organization
Were injured

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