Monday, December 14, 2020

History Of 14 December | On This Day In World

History Of 14 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 14 December are as follows: -

➧ 1799: The first President of the United States of America George Washington (I) died.
➧ 1921: Annie Besant conferred with the title of Doctor of Letters by the Banaras Hindu University.
➧ 1922: Nobel Prize winner Russian physicist Nikolay Bassov was born.
➧ 1924: Director, Producer, Showman Raj Kapoor was born.
➧ 1934: Famous film director Shyam Benegal was born.
➧ 1944: German businessmen forbade the use of electricity in parts of Holland.
➧ 1946: Sanjay Gandhi, the younger son of Indian leader Indira Gandhi, was born.
➧ 1953: Former Indian tennis player and commentator Vijay Amritraj was born.
➧ 1966: Lyricist Shailendra died.
➧ 1982: The huge Green Gate between the British colony Gibraltar and Spain reopened after 13 years.
➧ 1983: General Hussain Mohammad Irshad declared himself President of Bangladesh.
➧ 1997: All countries of the world agreed to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
➧ 2000: George Walker Bush is elected the 43rd President of the US.
➧ 2003: A 6.6 earthquake struck the southeastern Iranian city of Bam, killing thousands of people and destroying the stronghold of Arg-e-Bam.
➧ 2007: Rail service resumes between North and South Korea after 50 years.
➧ 2012: Australian Joel Parkinson wins the 2012 ASP World Tour.
➧ 2012: Jean Wolf wins the Demon Knight Memorial Grand Master Award.
➧ 2017: The Walt Disney Company bought the majority of 21 Century Fox for $ 52.4 billion.
➧ 2018: Reuters investigation alleged that Johnson & Johnson knew some of their talc was contaminated with asbestos.
➧ 2019: Miss Jamaica won by Miss Jamaica Tony-Ann Singh in London. For the first time all five major beauty titles were held by black women.

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