Monday, November 30, 2020

History Of 30 November | On This Day In World

History Of 30 November | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 30 November are as follows: -

1703: The earthquake in Tokyo, the capital of Japan, killed 37 thousand people.
1803: Britain's East India Company controls Delhi, Agra and Bharuch.
1906: All India Muslim League was established in Dhaka (now Bangladesh).
1919: First female student entered for advocacy in London.
1922: The creation of the Soviet Union was formally announced from the Bolshoi Theater in Moscow, the capital of Russia.
1922: Soviet Union (USSR) was established. The Soviet Union existed as an extremely powerful communist nation for nearly 7 decades.
1938: VK Zorkin patented the electronic television system.
1943: Freedom fighter Subhash Chandra Bose waved India's independence flag at Port Blair.
1947: With the resignation of the King of Romania, monarchical governance in this country came to an end and democracy was established.
1949: India recognized China.
1982: A letter bomb explodes at 10 Downing Street, the office of the Prime Minister of Britain.
1996: The last 36 years of civil war ended in Guatemala.
2000: General Omar-Il Basheel is re-elected President of Sudan.
2006: Former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein hanged.
2007: Bilawal, son of the late Benazir Bhutto, was elected the chairman of the Pakistan People's Party.
2008: Suryashek Ganguly won the 46th National A Chess Championship title.
2012: 19 killed in a suicide attack in Balochistan, Pakistan.
2016: UNESCO added Belgian beer culture to its cultural heritage list.
2017: The world's longest recorded rainbow - up to 8 hours 58 minutes in Taipei's Yangmingshan mountain range.
2019: Australian cricket batsman David Warner scored 335 not out in the second Test against Pakistan; Second highest test score by an Australian (Matt Hayden 380); Highest Test Score at Adelaide Oval.

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