Saturday, November 7, 2020

History Of 7 November | On This Day In World

History Of 7 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 November are as follows: -

➧ 1858: Bipin Chandra Pal, the great revolutionary who fought against the British, was born on 7 November.
➧ 1862: The death of the last Mughal emperor Bahadur Shah Zafar. The British government had exiled Rangoon (now Myanmar) to accompany the freedom fighters, where he breathed his last in the custody of the British rule.
➧ 1867: Birth of Marie Curie, awarded the Nobel Prize for important discoveries in the field of radioactivity. She is the first woman to be awarded the Nobel Prize. She is the first person and the only woman to receive the Nobel Prize twice. He was also awarded the Nobel Prize for his remarkable contribution in the field of chemistry.
➧ 1888: Birth of the great physicist of India, CV Raman. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930.
➧ 1917: Successful Bolshevik Revolution in Russia: Lenin and Bolsheviks captured power, captured Winter Palace and overthrew provisional government.
➧ 1973: New Jersey becomes the first state to include girls in Little League Baseball.
➧ 1995: Howard Stern's second book "Miss America" ​​was released (fastest selling).
➧ 1996: NASA sent robotic spacecraft Mars Global Surveyor into space to study Mars for a long time.
➧ 1998: World's oldest astronaut, US Senator John Glenn returned to Earth after successfully completing the space trip. He was sent to space by NASA at the age of 77 to find out the impact of space travel on the body at an early age.
➧ 1998: US President Bill Clinton announced relaxation of sanctions on India and Pakistan.
➧ 2000: Hillary Clinton is elected to the US Senate, becoming the first US First Lady to win public office and still the First Lady.
➧ 2000: Margaret Atwood wins the Booker Prize for her novel "The Blind Assassin".
➧ 2002: Iran bans advertising of United States products.
➧ 2003: The then US President George Bush signed a bill prohibiting abortion in the country.
➧ 2018: US President Donald Trump ousts Attorney General Jeff Sessions and replaces Matthew Whitaker as Acting Attorney General.
➧ 2018: Actress Emma Thompson was made the Dame of the British Empire by Prince William at Buckingham Palace in London.
➧ 2018: The world's oldest figurative painting of an animal at least 40,000 years old was found in Lubang Jeriji Saleh Cave, Indonesia Borneo.
➧ 2019: Queen Elizabeth II confirmed that she is no longer buying clothes made of real fur.
➧ 2019: Congo's rebel leader Bosco Nataga, "Terminator", convicted by the International Criminal Court for sexual slavery and sentenced to 30 years in prison on 18 charges.
➧ 2019: Researchers report that song lyrics are sad, they studied 50 years of songs at the University of Exeter. The research was published in the journal "Evolutionary Human Sciences".

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