Wednesday, November 11, 2020

History Of 12 November | On This Day In World

History Of 12 November | On This Day In World





In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 12 November are as follows: -

1781: British capture Nagapattinam.
1847: British physician Sir James Young Simpson used chloroform for the first time as an anesthetic.
1896: Indian ornithologist and naturalist Salim Ali was born.
1925: America and Italy sign peace agreement.
1930: Round Table Conference begins in London. 56 Indian and 23 British representatives participated in it but no member of the Indian National Congress was involved.
1936: Kerala temples open to all Hindus.
1946: Freedom fighter, politician, educationist and social reformer Madan Mohan Malviya died.
1956: Morocco, Sudan and Tunisia join the United Nations.
1967: Indira Gandhi expelled from the party while holding the post of Prime Minister.
1984: Britain closes a one-pound note, turning coins.
1995: Nigeria suspended from Commonwealth membership.
2002: The United Nations prepared a new peace plan for Cyprus based on Switzerland's federal structure.
2005: 13th SAARC summit begins in Dhaka.
2008: The Reserve Bank of India revoked the license of Adalpur Urban Cooperative Bank in Maharashtra.
2009: To promote tourism in India, the 'Incredible India' campaign of the Central Government was awarded the World Travel Award-2009.
2016: Jackie Chan received an Oscar Award for her film achievements at the 8th Annual Governors Awards ceremony.
2017: For the first time Prince Charles garlanded the dead in the Battle of Great Britain in place of Queen Elizabeth.
2018: Former US First Lady Michelle Obama published her memoir "Bikming: My Life's Journey".
2019: The 550th anniversary of the birth of Guru Nanak was celebrated in India and Pakistan.
2019: Disney launched its streaming service Disney +.

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