Sunday, November 1, 2020

History Of 2 November | On This Day In World

History Of 2 November | On This Day In World







In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 2 November are as follows: -

➧ 1833: Mahendralal Sarkar was born, a social reformer and homeopath.
➧ 1834: A ship named Atlas reached Mauritius with Indian laborers. Which is celebrated as the immigrant day there.
➧ 1877: Sir Sultan Mahomed Shah was born in Karachi, the capital of Sindh province in British India.
➧ 1920: Warren G. Harding is elected President of the United States, defeating Democrat candidate James M. Cox.
➧ 1936: BBC started television service. It was the first regular high defense service in the world. At that time it had 200 lines.
➧ 1947: The world's largest and heaviest airplane named Hercules, with wingspan of 390 feet 11 inches, made its only flight. Its driver was the creator and owner of Hubbard Hughes.
➧ 1948: US President Harry Truman wins again Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey.
➧ 1951: About 6 thousand British soldiers arrived in Egypt to overcome the demonstrations against Britain. In addition, a large number of soldiers were on their way to Egypt.
➧ 1982: India's famous wrestler and wrestling player Yogeshwar Dutt was born.
➧ 1983: US President Ronald Reagan signed the bill establishing the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
➧ 1986: David Jacobson, an American citizen held hostage through Islamic extremists in Beirut, was released.
➧ 1988: In the general elections held in Israel, no party could get a clear majority and there was only one seat difference between the two major parties.
➧ 1988: Mexican radio station incorrectly reported that Mike Tyson had died in a car accident.
➧ 1993: Rudy Giuliani won the election of New York mayor, becoming the first Republican mayor since 1965.
➧ 1993: Christie Todd Whitman (R) was elected the first female governor of New Jersey.
➧ 2002: Mufti Mohammad Sayeed assumed the post of Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
➧ 2004: George W. Bush is re-elected as President of the United States, defeating Democrat candidate John Kerry.
➧ 2005: Ghulam Nabi Azad assumed the position of Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
➧ 2017: Jerome Powell named as the next President of the Federal Reserve by US President Donald Trump.
➧ 2018: A team of forest department officials and civilian hunter Asghar Ali shot the tigress Avni killing 13 villagers near Borti village in Yavatmal on Friday night.

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