Monday, November 23, 2020

History Of 23 November | On This Day In World

History Of 23 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 23 November are as follows: -

1744: British Prime Minister John Cartere resigns.
1873: Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is occupied by French troops.
1892: Belgium defeated Arabia in the Battle of Lomani Congo.
1904: Third Olympic Games conclude in St. Louis, US.
1923: Gustav Stresemann's coalition government of Germany collapses.
1937: Scientist Sir Jagdish Chandra Bose died.
1946: Six thousand people died in a fierce fire in a French navy ship in the city of Haiphyong, Vietnam.
1946: Mazdoor Party was established in South Korea.
1983: Commonwealth summit held in India for the first time. This conference was held in the capital Delhi.
1984: Nearly a thousand people were trapped in a fire at London's busiest Oxford Circus station.
1996: A hijacked plane from Ethiopia ran out of fuel when it ran out of Indian Ocean. The aircraft had a total of 175 people, including the crew, of which at least 100 people were killed.
1997: Sahitya Academy Award winner Nirad C Choudhary completes 100 years of his life.
2002: The G20 meeting began in New Delhi.
2002: It was decided to take the World Beauty contest to be held in Nigeria to London.
2006: US lifts ban on Russia's jet manufacturing company Sukhoi.
2007: Election in Australia wins Labor Party.
2008: 65% votes were cast in the second phase of voting for the Jammu and Kashmir assembly elections.
2009: 32 media persons were murdered in the Philippines.
2011: Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh had to resign after 33 years of rule due to pro-democracy protests.
2019: With the death of the last known species of Sumatra rhino, it is now officially extinct in Malaysia. A 25-year-old female rhino named Iman died on the island of Borneo.

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