Thursday, November 26, 2020

History Of 26 November | On This Day In World

History Of 26 November | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 26 November are as follows: -

1885: Meteorite was photographed for the first time.
1919: India's famous historian and educationist Ram Sharan Sharma was born.
1921: Verghese Kurien, considered the father of the White Revolution, was born in the country.
1948: National Cadet Corps established.
1949: Constitution adopted in the country.
1949: The Constitution of Azad India was signed by the President of the Constituent Assembly.
1953: The House of Lords, the upper house of Britain, approves the proposal introduced to launch commercial television channels in the country.
1960: STD service started between Kanpur and Lucknow for the first time in India.
1992: The British Parliament decided in a historic decision that Queen Elizabeth of Britain would have to pay taxes on her income.
1997: Two judges of the Pak Supreme Court suspend the Chief Justice.
1998: Turkish Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz resigned in Parliament after his government could not win the trust vote.
2002: Winston Churchill was elected the greatest British citizen in a BBC poll.
2003: India accepts Pakistan's offer of ceasefire in Kashmir.
2006: 202 people killed in a bomb blast in Iraq.
2008: Suicide terrorist attack in Mumbai city of India. The terrorists entered the Taj Hotel and took many guests hostage. The Indian Army freed it after three days of action.
2012: Ten children were killed and 15 injured in an air strike in Syria.
2012: Arvind Kejriwal created a new political party called Aam Aadmi Party.
2018: NASA's Insight Mission landed on Mars after 7 months of travel.
2018: General Motors announced that it would close five factories in North America, adding 14,000 jobs.
2019: A 6.4 magnitude earthquake centered on Duress in Albania, killing at least 51 people and injuring hundreds.

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