Saturday, November 28, 2020

History Of 28 November | On This Day In World

History Of 28 November | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 28 November are as follows: -

1520: Ferdinand Magellan begins crossing the Pacific Ocean.
1660: The Royal Society is formed in London.
1676: The French occupied the Puducherry, a fertile region of eastern India and the important port on the coast of the Bay of Bengal.
1814: The Times of London was first printed with an automatic steam machine.
1821: Panama declares independence from Spain.
1893: Women vote for the first time in the national elections in New Zealand.
1912: Ismail Qadri declares independence from Turkey to Albania.
1932: Groucho Marx performed on radio for the first time.
1954: The great physicist Enrico Fermi died.
1956: Chinese Prime Minister Chou En Lai arrives in India.
1962: KC Day, the famous blind singer of Bengal, died.
1966: Dominican Republic adopted the constitution.
1990: British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher submitted her resignation to the Queen of Britain and vacated her residence in Downing Street.
1994: Norvey casts his vote through a referendum against membership of the European Union.
1996: Captain Indrani Bhasa becomes the first woman to command an Airbus A-300 aircraft.
1997: Prime Minister IK Gujral resigns from his post.
2000: Parliament of Netherlands passes a resolution allowing will death under special circumstances.
2012: 54 people were killed and 120 injured in two car bomb blasts in the Syrian capital Damascus.
2019: A group of protesters in Iraq set fire to the Iranian consulate in the southern city of Najaf amid anti-government protests. About two months of unrest killed at least 344 people.
2019: European Parliament declares climate emergency.

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