Thursday, December 31, 2020

History Of 1 January | On This Day In World

History Of 1 January | On This Day In World






In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 1 January are as follows: -

1600: New Year begins in Scotland from 1 January instead of 25 March.
1664: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj started Surat campaign.
1772: After the death of Peshwa Madhav Rao I, his younger brother Narayan Rao succeeded him.
1801: The dwarf planet Ceres was discovered by Italian Giuseppe Piazzi.
1862: Indian Penal Code implemented in India.
1877: Queen Victoria of England became the Empress of India.
1880: Money order system started in the country.
1906: The British Government accepted the Indian standard.
1912: Republic of China is established in China.
1915: Viceroy conferred Saffron-e-Hind on Mahatma Gandhi for his works in South Africa.
1949: Ceasefire declared in Kashmir.
1971: The broadcast of cigarette advertisements on television is banned.
1972: Tiger was selected as the national animal in India.
1992: India and Pakistan swap lists of their nuclear installations for the first time.
1995: World Trade Organization came into existence.
1996: Singapore becomes Asia's second developed country after Japan.
2013: US space agency NASA sent Maven orbit to Mars.
2018: California becomes the largest US state to legalize cannabis for recreational use.
2019: In support of women's access to the temple of Sabarimala, lakhs of women built a 300-mile 'women's wall' in the state of Kerala, India.
2019: Jair Bolsonaro begins his 4-year term as President of Brazil.

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