Sunday, November 22, 2020

History Of 22 November | On This Day In World

History Of 22 November | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 22 November are as follows: -

1892: Meera Ben, the daughter of a British military officer influenced by Gandhiji's personality and honored with Padma Vibhushan, was born.
1899: Senior Indian freedom fighter Shaheed Laxman Nayak was born.
1920: Hakim Ajmal Khan became the first Chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia University.
1939: Mulayam Singh Yadav, the head of 'Samajwadi Party' and former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, was born.
1950: 79 people died in a rail accident in Richmond Hills, USA.
1963: India's famous sportsman Pushpendra Kumar Garg was born.
1967: Famous politician and staunch Sikh leader Tara Singh died.
1971: India and Pakistan violate each other's air borders and aerial conflict ensues between the two countries.
1989: Mars, Venus, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Moon came in the same line.
1990: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher announces her resignation from her post.
1997: India's Diana Hayden becomes the world beauty.
1998: Controversial writer Taslima Nasreen of Bangladesh surrenders in Dhaka court.
2002: Hundreds of people were killed in the rioting in Nigeria in protest against the organization of Miss World competition.
2006: India and six other countries of the global consortion enter a historic agreement in Paris to set up a sun-like energy-generating primary fusion reactor.
2009: Eminent Hindi poet Kunwar Narayan was selected for the 2005 Jnanpith Award.
2016: Former Governor of Madhya Pradesh and former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Ram Naresh Yadav passed away.
2016: Famous Hindi and Bhojpuri litterateur Viveki Rai died.
2017: Uber admits that hackers stole personal information affecting 57 million people worldwide and paid $ 100,000 to keep quiet.
2018: The leaning tower of the Tower of Pisa was reduced 4 centimeters in a 20-year project to stabilize it.
2019: In an anti-defamation league summit speech, Sacha Baron Cohen said that if Facebook had existed in the 1930s, she would have run Hitler's ads to "solve the Jewish problem".

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