Sunday, December 27, 2020

History Of 28 December | On This Day In World

History Of 28 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 28 December are as follows: -

1612: Galileo saw the planet Neptune and called it the stable star.
1635: Princess Elizabeth of England is born.
1668: Sambhaji Maharaj, son of Maratha ruler Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj, died due to imprisonment and torture by Mughal ruler Aurangzeb.
1836: Spain recognizes Mexico's independence.
1885: Indian National Congress Party established.
1895: For the first time in the history of cinema, a story was given a film form. The film was made by the French inventor Lumir brothers who are called the father of the film world.
1926: Imperial Airways launched passenger and postal service between India and England.
1928: The first spoken film 'Melody of Love' was shown in Kolkata.
1932: Business veteran Dhirubhai Ambani, founder of Reliance Industries, was born.
1937: Indian industrialist Ratan Tata was born.
1942: Robert Sullivan became the first pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean a hundred times.
1950: The Peak District becomes Britain's first national park.
1966: China conducts nuclear test at Lop Nor.
1977: Sumitranandan Pant ji, a Hindi poet of the Chhayawadi era and a poet of nature, died.
1983: India's legendary batsman Sunil Gavaskar broke the record of legendary batsman Sir Don Bradman by scoring his 30th century in the Madras Test against the West Indies.
1984: Congress wins Lok Sabha elections under the leadership of Rajiv Gandhi.
2003: Britain decided to deploy Sky Marshal ie security guard in some of the UK aircraft in the US.
2012: At the age of 115 years and 266 days, Jiromen Kimura of Japan became the oldest living person in the world.
2013: Aam Aadmi Party formed the government in Delhi with the support of Congress.
2019: Jihadist fundamentalist group al-Shabaab drops a truck bomb in Mogadishu, Somalia, killing at least 84 people and injuring more than 150.

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