Tuesday, November 10, 2020

History Of 11 November | On This Day In World

History Of 11 November | On This Day In World





In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 11 November are as follows: -

1675: Guru Gobind Singh was appointed Guru of the Sikhs.
1745: Charles Edward Stuart aka Bonnie Prince Charlie's army entered England.
1888: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, a freedom fighter, was born in Saudi Arabia.
1913: Freedom fighter Taraknath Das launched the Ghadar movement in the city of San Francisco, California.
1930: Patent number US1781541 was awarded to Albert Einstein and Léo Szield for their invention of the Einstein refrigerator.
1950: First steam engine in India built at Chittaranjan Rail factory.
1953: Jimmy Dykes succeeds Marty Marion as manager of the Baltimore Orioles.
1954: French territories of Pondicherry, Karikal, Mahe and Yanon were handed over to the Government of India.
1957: Demolition began on the cable car barn in California and Hyde, San Francisco.
1962: The National Assembly of Kuwait adopted the constitution.
1966: US space agency NASA launched spacecraft 'Gemini-12'.
1966: Haryana state was carved out of Punjab.
1973: Mysore was renamed as Karnataka.
1973: The first international stamp exhibition started in New Delhi.
1985: The first AIDS-themed TV film 'An Early Frost' was released in the US.
2007: Justin Heinen of Belgium defeated Russian Maria Sharapova 5-7, 7-5, 6–3 to win the $ 1m winner and head straight for their straight-and-WTA Tour Championship in Madrid, Spain. ran away.
2008: Senior Congress leader Margaret Alva resigned as party general secretary.
2018: Chinese e-commerce company Alibaba sets a new record for Singles Day sales, $ 1 billion in 85 seconds, $ 30.8bn in 24 hours.
2019: Arctic blast recorded low temperatures for the US in mid-November, including Kansas, Wisconsin, Michigan, and Illinois.
2019: A state of emergency was declared in two states of the country due to more than 120 bush fires in Australia as it poses a terrible threat to the Sydney region.

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