Thursday, November 12, 2020

History Of 13 November | On This Day In World

History Of 13 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 13 November are as follows: -

1780: Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the ruler of Punjab, was born.
1892: Story writer, prose writer Rai Krishnadas was born.
1898: On the occasion of Sun Kali Puja, revered mother Shri Sharda Devi inaugurated the school of Nivedita.
1917: Famous progressive poet Muktibodh Gajanan Madhav was born.
1950: Tibet appeals to the United Nations against the Chinese invasion.
1968: Zulfikar Ali Bhutto arrested in Pakistan.
1969: A woman gives birth to five children in a hospital in London.
1971: Marine spacecraft 9, sent by the American Space Institute NASA, orbited Mars.
1975: World Health Organization declares Asia to be chicken pox free.
1979: The publication of 'Times' newspaper resumes after being closed for a year. Actually, the publication of the newspaper was stopped due to the dispute between the management and unions on the introduction of new technology and other issues.
1985: A volcanic eruption in eastern Colombia killed about 23,000 people.
1997: The Security Council imposed a travel ban on Iraq.
1998: The Dalai Lama and US President Bill Clinton meet despite opposition from China.
2008: 'Assam Gana Parishad' joins National Democratic Alliance.
2009: Naxalites kidnap seven people including outgoing MLA Ramchandra Singh in Jharkhand.
2014: Rohit Sharma of India set a new record of 264 runs against Sri Lanka in ODI innings in cricket.
2015: Terrorists launch a deadly attack on Paris. 130 killed, over 350 injured.
2018: Sri Lanka's Supreme Court bars President Maithripala Sirisena from dissolving Parliament.
2019: Washington, D.C. It was the first day of public testimony in Donald Trump's impeachment investigation.
2019: South Korean girls group Blackpink became the first pop group to reach 1 billion views on the "Ddu-Du Ddu-Du" pop song on YouTube.

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