Sunday, November 8, 2020

History Of 9 November | On This Day In World

History Of 9 November | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 November are as follows: -

1270: The great saint Namdev was born.
1799: After leading the coup against the government, Napoleon Bornaparte declared himself the dictator of France.
1937: Japanese forces capture Shanghai city of China.
1947: Indian Army invades Junagadh.
1953: Cambodia becomes independent of France.
1960: First Indian Air Force Chief Subroto Mukherjee died.
1963: 458 people killed in Japan's Meekay coal mines.
1964: The House of Commons of the United Kingdom votes to abolish capital punishment for murder in Britain.
1967: US launches unmanned spacecraft Apollo 4 with a Saturn 5 rocket from Cape Kennedy, Florida.
1985: 22-year-old Gary Kasparov becomes the youngest world chess champion by defeating Anatoly Karpov.
1989: The Berlin Wall was razed. The Berlin Wall divided not only the Germans but the entire world for nearly three decades.
1994: The chemical element Darmeste dutium was discovered.
2000: Uttarakhand was carved out of Uttar Pradesh and made a new state.
2003: A suicide terrorist attack in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia killed 17 people.
2011: Shakira is honored as Person of the Year by the Latin Recording Academy.
2011: 45th Country Music Association Award: Awarded to Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton.
2014: Africa's top business leaders set up emergency fund to tackle Ebola.
2015: University of Missouri President Tim Wolfe resigns amid opposition to endemic racism on campus.
2019: The Supreme Court of India framed rules in favor of Hindus in the dispute over Muslims having authority over the holy site in the city of Ayodhya.
2019: The Kartarpur Corridor allows Sikh worshipers in India to reach the holy site of Gurdwara Darbar Sahib Kartarpur in Pakistan without a visa.

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