Saturday, November 14, 2020

History Of 15 November | On This Day In World

History Of 15 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 15 November are as follows: -

1830: Social reformer Raja Ram Mohan Roy left for England.

1920: The first meeting of the League of Nations was held in Geneva.

1936: Anti-Comintern Treaty is signed between Nazi Germany and Japan.

1937: Hindi litterateur Jaishankar Prasad died.

1947: The World Health Organization becomes the exclusive agency of the United Nations.

1949: Nathuram Godse and Narayan Dattatreya Apte were convicted for the murder of Mahatma Gandhi.

1961: United Nations bans nuclear weapons.

1982: The basis of Bhoodan movement Acharya Vinayak Narhari Bhave aka Vinoba Bhave died on this day.

1986: Sania Mirza, the female tennis player of the country, was born.

1989: Waqar Younis and Sachin Tendulkar made their Test debut in Karachi, Pakistan.

1998: US President Bill Clinton cancels his tour of Asian countries India and Pakistan.

2000: Jharkhand becomes the 28th state of India.

2007: Ariana-5 rocket launches UK and Brazilian telecommunications satellites into space.

2008: Former RBI Governor Y Venugopal Reddy was included in the task force constituted by the United Nations to investigate reforms in the global financial system.

2008: Yogendra Makwana formed a new party in the name of National Bahujan Congress.

2012: Xi Jinping became the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China.

2013: The famous saint Kripalu Maharaj of Mathura passed away who built the famous 'Prem Mandir'.

2017: Leonardo da Vinci's painting "Salvator Mundi" sold for $ 450.3 million at auction in New York, achieving a world record price for any type of artwork.

2019: Iran shut down its internet for five days to quell news of national protests against rising gas prices - the beginning of the worst unrest in the country in 40 years.

2019: Pakistan becomes the first country to vaccinate against typhoid targeting 10 million children.

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