Wednesday, November 4, 2020

History Of 5 November | On This Day In World

History Of 5 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 5 November are as follows: -

➧ 1556: Hemu was defeated by Mughal ruler Akbar in the Second War of Panipat.

➧ 1639: First post office established in Massachusetts.

➧ 1854: In the Battle of Crimea, the combined forces of the British and France defeat the Russian Army at Ikerman.

➧ 1872: Ulysses S. Grant was elected President of America for the second time.

➧ 1895: George B. Seldom gets first US patent for auto mobiles.

➧ 1920: Indian Red Cross Society was established.

➧ 1930: America's great litterateur Sinclair Lewis received the Nobel Prize for Literature for his work 'Babitt'.

➧ 1961: India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru visited New York.

➧ 1985: He was demoted by President Julius Nyerere of Tanzania after ruling for 24 years.

➧ 1991: Kitchi Miyazawa was elected Prime Minister of Japan.

➧ 2001: India and Russia reject Taliban involvement in Afghan government.

➧ 2006: Iraq's High Powered Tribunal sentenced Saddam Hussein, the country's ousted president, to be convicted of a crime against humanity.

➧ 2007: China's first spacecraft Change 1 orbited the moon.

➧ 2012: 50 soldiers killed in a suicide bombing in Syria.

➧ 2013: Mangalyaan launched by ISRO.

➧ 2017: US President Donald Trump begins a 12-day trip to Tokyo, Japan.

➧ 2018: The BBC opened its largest news bureau outside the UK in Nairobi, Kenya with 300 journalists.

➧ 2018: More than 80 students and teachers were kidnapped from a boarding school in Bamenda, Cameroon.

➧ 2018: NASA's Voyager 2 satellite abandoned the solar system and became the second man-made object to reach interstellar space.

➧ 2019: Chinese government set new rules for gaming for the youth, to try to curb gaming addiction. Which covers a maximum of 90 minutes in a day.

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