Thursday, November 19, 2020

History Of 20 November | On This Day In World

History Of 20 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 20 November are as follows: -

1750: Tipu Sultan was born.
1815: Russia, Prussia, Austria and England combine to maintain peace in Europe.
1829: Jews were expelled from Nikolayev and Sevastopol region of Russia.
1866: Howard University is established in Washington, USA.
1917: Bose Research Institute established in Calcutta (now Kolkata).
1945: Japan surrenders to the US and World War II ends.
1949: Jews number one million in Israel.
1968: US conducts nuclear test in Nevada.
1969: Gundappa Vishwanath scored 137 runs in a Test match played against Australia in Kanpur.
1975: The dictator General Francesco Franco, who ruled Spain for 39 years, was killed.
1981: Bhaskar satellite was launched by India.
1985: Microsoft launched Microsoft Windows 1.0.
1989: Indian female freestyle wrestler Babita Phogat was born.
1998: The first module of the International Space Station Zarya is released.
2013: US President Barack Obama posthumously awarded Presidential Medal to civil rights activist Bayard Rustin.
2015: At least 19 people were held hostage in Bamco, the capital of the African country of Mali.
2016: PV Sindhu won the first Super Series title by defeating China's Sun Yu in a three-game match in the final of the China Open Super Series.
2017: Investment corporation Tencent has a market value of $ 511 billion, becoming the first Asian company to join the $ 500 billion club.
2018: Amid the Indian agrarian crisis, Indian actor Amitabh Bachchan confirmed that he has repaid 1,398 farmers' loans worth $ 560,000.
2019: According to research from La Buitera Paleontological Area, Argentina, published in "Science Advance", snakes had hind legs and bones of their cheeks also known as 'Jagal bone' during the first seven million years of their evolution. .

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