Wednesday, November 25, 2020

History Of 25 November | On This Day In World

History Of 25 November | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 25 November are as follows: -

1716: A lion is put on exhibition for the first time in America.
1866: Allahabad High Court is inaugurated.
1867: Alfred Noble patented dynamite.
1930: Japan recorded 690 earthquakes in a single day.
1936: Anti-Cominton (Communist International) agreement signed between Germany and Japan.
1937: The World's Fair ends in Paris, the capital of France.
1945: 15 children died in a school bus accident in the US capital, Washington DC.
1948: National Cadet Corps was established in India.
1949: Constituent Assembly Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar gave a historic speech in the Constituent Assembly.
1960: Telephone STD system was first used in India between Kanpur and Lucknow.
1965: France launches its first satellite.
1969: Tripura's politician and 10th Chief Minister of Tripura Biplab Kumar Deb was born.
1973: In the midst of weeks of unrest in Greece, the army there overthrew the then President George Papadopoulos.
1975: Suriname gained independence from Holland.
1982: India's famous female cricketer Jhulan Goswami was born.
2004: The Pak formula of Pak President Pervez Musharraf was rejected by the Pak-Kashmir Committee.
2006: Colombo began to study the Indian Panchayati model.
2013: 17 killed, 37 injured in a blast at a cafe in Baghdad, the capital of Iraq.
2016: Cuban politician Fidel Castro died at the age of 90. Kasro is known as a symbol of the communist revolution in Latin America.
2019: Precious royal jewels were stolen from Dresden Green Vault, Germany, which is one of Europe's biggest treasures.

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