Tuesday, November 24, 2020

History Of 24 November | On This Day In World

History Of 24 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 24 November are as follows: -

1759: A volcanic eruption on the Vesuvius mountain peak in Italy.
1859: Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Specials is published.
1871: National Rifle Association (NYC) is formed.
1874: US explorer Joseph Farwell Glidden secured patent for commercially successful barbed wire.
1877: The first Hindustani Khan Bahadur Kavasji Jamsetji Patigara to become deputy commissioner was born.
1881: India's freedom fighter and politician Chhoturam was born.
1899: Heera Lal Shastri, famous politician and first Chief Minister of Rajasthan was born.
1926: Eminent philosopher Sri Aurobindo attained complete accomplishment.
1963: Lee Harvey Oswald, the assassin of former US President John F. Kennedy, is assassinated. The attacker shot him very closely at the Dallas police station.
1966: First TV station opens in Kinsasa, capital of Congo.
1986: Legislators were expelled from the House together for the first time in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly.
1988: For the first time Lok Sabha MP Lalduhoma is disqualified under the Dalit Badal Act.
1999: India's Kunjurani Devi achieved a major feat by winning a silver medal at the World Weightlifting Championships in Athens.
2001: Maoists killed 38 army and police personnel in Nepal.
2006: Pakistan and China signed a Free Trade Area Treaty and agreed to create AWACS.
2007: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reached home after eight years of exile.
2008: Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur, accused in the Malegaon bomb blast case, accused ATS of showing obscene CDs.
2016: International research team publishes discoveries of 1,500 new viruses found in invertebrates.
2018: Indian women's boxing superstar MC Mary Kom (48 kg) won the gold medal at the tenth women's World Boxing Championship.
2019: New Zealand cricket batsman BJ Watling played the marathon innings of 205 runs off 473 balls and defeated the home team by an innings and 65 runs. BJ became the first New Zealand wicket-keeper batsman to score a double century in the Watling Test.

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