Friday, November 13, 2020

History Of 14 November | On This Day In World

History Of 14 November | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 14 November are as follows: -

1681: The East India Company announced the creation of a separate princely state from Bengal.

1889: India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru was born. Children's Day is celebrated on the occasion of his birthday.

1908: Albert Einstein presented his quantum theory of light.

1922: British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) launches radio service in Britain.

1935: Shah Hussain, who played a leading role in the making of modern Jordan, was born. He ruled Jordan from 1953 to 1999.

1969: Apollo-12 is launched, carrying three astronauts and crossing the infinite depths of the sky to the moon.

1973: Princess Anne of Britain marries Lieutenant Mark Phillips, an ordinary citizen. Earlier this had not happened in the royal house.

1991: US blames two Libyan intelligence officers for the Lockerbie attack and demands to hand them over to the US.

2002: Chinese President Jiang Zemin resigns from his post.

2006: Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan agree to create anti-terrorism mechanism in New Delhi.

2007: Denmark's Prime Minister André Fag Rasmussen takes charge of the country for the third consecutive time.

2008: Former Union Minister and Trinamool Congress leader Ajit Panja died.

2008: Moon Impact Probe landed on the lunar surface.

2008: Hong Kong becomes the second Asian economy hit by recession, with weak global demand affecting its exports.

2009: Six passengers were killed when 15 coaches of the Mandore Superfast Express derailed near Banskoh gate in Jaipur.

2012: CFBDSIR 2149-0403 is discovered, which is the closest rogue planet on Earth (100 light years away).

2016: Two people were killed in a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in the city of Kanyakora, New Zealand.

2018: Efforts to take 720,000 Rohingyas back to Myanmar from Bangladesh refugee camps began amid international criticism. He refused to leave.

2018: Archaeologists announced the discovery of the ancient Greek city of Tenessa near Corinth, believed to have been founded by captives of the Trojan War.

2018: Astronomers announced the discovery of a super-Earth planet (3.2x larger than Earth), orbiting the red dwarf star of Bernard 6 light years away.

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