Wednesday, December 2, 2020

History Of 2 December | On This Day In World

History Of 2 December | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 2 December are as follows: -

1804: Napoleon Bonaparte was crowned as Emperor of France.

1848: France Joseph I becomes emperor of Austria.

1911: George V and Queen Mary become the first King-Queen of Britain to visit India. Gateway of India was built in memory of his arrival in Bombay (now Mumbai).

1937: Eminent politician, former Lok Sabha Speaker Manohar Joshi was born.

1942: Sri Aurobindo Ashram School was established in Pondicherry (now Puducherry) which was later known as Sri Aurobindo International Center of Education.

1954: A security treaty was signed between the US and Nationalist China.

1963: Famous Indian-American scientist Shiva Ayyadurai was born.

1976: Fidel Castro becomes President of Cuba.

1988: Benazir Bhutto assumed the position of Prime Minister of Pakistan.

1989: Vishwanath Pratap Singh became the eighth Prime Minister of the country.

1999: Private sector investment in insurance sector in India is approved.

2005: Government of Pakistan enacted a law to prohibit the publication of education and literature by madrassas to spread religious hatred and to inspire terrorism.

2008: Thai Prime Minister Somachi Wongsawat resigned after the 2008 Thailand political crisis.

2008: Punjab National Bank cut FCNR interest rates.

2013: China launches its first lunar rover mission.

2014: AR Antulay, Indian politician and 8th Chief Minister of Maharashtra passed away.

2014: Elizabeth Laten, a Republican congressman, resigned after online criticism of President Barack Obama's teenage daughters.

2018: Trade war truss agreed at a G-20 meeting in Argentina between US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping.

2019: Steve Bullock and Joe Sestak drop out of the US presidential race.

2019: FIFA Ballon d'Or: Barcelona's Lionel Messi won his record 6th prize from Liverpool's Dutch defender Virgil Van Diek.

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