Thursday, November 5, 2020

History Of 6 November | On This Day In World

History Of 6 November | On This Day In World






In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 6 November are as follows: -
1763: British government takes possession of Mir Qasim.
1860: Abraham Lincoln was elected the 16th President of the United States.
1888: Gandhiji entered the inner temple of London to take the training of barrister.
1913: Mahatma Gandhi arrested for leading Indian mining laborers' rally in South Africa.
1925: Meera Ben came to Bombay to serve India.
1935: Edwin Armstrong gave his research at the Conference of Radio Engineers in New York about how to reduce the interruptions in the transmission of radio signals.
1937: Lok Sabha member Yashwant Sinha was born.
1943: During World War II, Japan handed over the Andaman and Nicobar Islands to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.
1962: National Defense Council is formed.
1962: The United Nations General Assembly voted to impose economic sanctions in South Africa due to racist policies being adopted by the government towards its own citizens.
1985: Hindi film actor Sanjeev Kumar died.
1999: Australian voters vote in favor of retaining the Queen's post in a referendum.
2000: Jyoti Basu retired from the post of Chief Minister of West Bengal after 23 years of continuous rule.
2008: State Bank of India announces Principal Interest Rate (GLR) and deduction of depositors.
2012: Barack Obama is re-elected President of the United States.
2013: A suicide bombing in Iraq's capital Baghdad killed 15 people.
2018: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (New York) was the youngest person elected to the US House of Representatives in 29 years.
2018: Human longevity is less than 10% dependent on genetics, according to a study published in Acharya's 400 million people journal "Genetics".
2018: After campaigning together under "Black Girl Magic", all 19 black female judicial candidates were elected in Harris County, Texas.
2019: 17 people were killed in an attack on an outpost by Islamic State militants along the border of Tajikistan with Uzbekistan.

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