Sunday, November 29, 2020

History Of 29 November | On This Day In World

History Of 29 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 29 November are as follows: -

1759: Alamgir II, the emperor of Delhi, was assassinated.
1775: Sir James J invents invisible ink.
1782: Britain recognizes American independence.
1830: A rebellion against the Russian rule started in Poland.
1870: The Essential Education Law came into force in Britain.
1889: Foundation stone of 'Glass House' is laid in Lalbagh Gardens, Bangalore.
1947: The United Nations General Assembly approved a proposal to divide Palestine between Arabs and Jews.
1947: After the partition of the Indian subcontinent, the Nizam wanted to remain independent rather than join India.
1961: Yuri Gagarin, the world's first astronaut, arrived in India.
1970: Haryana became the first Indian state to achieve 100% rural electrification.
1989: The then Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi resigns.
1993: One of the industrial figures who laid the foundation of modern India. R. D. Tata died.
1999: World's largest meterwave radio telescope opened at Narayan village in Maharashtra.
2004: ASEAN countries finalize trade agreement with China.
2008: Indian boxer Mary Kom won the fifth women's AIBA World Boxing Championship.
2011: Jnanpith Award winning writer Indira Goswami of Assamese passed away.
2012: The United Nations General Assembly gave Palestine the status of non-member observer state.
2015: American sociologist and educationist Otto Neumann passed away.
2018: Thousands of Indian farmers protested the agrarian crisis in Parliament on Delhi.
2019: Terrorist attacked with a knife in London Bridge's Fishmongers Hall killing two and injuring three. The attacker was previously imprisoned for the 2012 terrorist crime.

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