Monday, December 28, 2020

History Of 29 December | On This Day In World

History Of 29 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 29 December are as follows: -

1530: Humayun, son of Mughal emperor Babur succeeded him.
1844: Vyomesh Chandra Banerjee, the first president of the Indian National Congress, was born.
1845: Texas becomes the 28th state of the US.
1917: Ramanand Sagar, the famous Indian film director and producer of the famous serial 'Ramayana', was born.
1927: Hakim Ajmal Khan, a supporter of the national ideology and a famous physician of the Unani system, died.
1939: Consolidated B-24 made its first flight.
1942: Famous actor of the Hindi film Rajesh Khanna was born.
1972: Metro rail construction work started in Calcutta.
1977: The world's largest open air theater 'Drive' opened in Bombay (now Mumbai).
1978: Constitution comes into effect in Spain.
1983: Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar scored a maximum of 236 runs against West Indies in Test cricket.
1984: Congress wins parliamentary election with the largest majority in the history of independent India.
1985: Sri Lanka grants citizenship to 43,000 Indians.
1998: Leaders of the radical communist organization Khmer Rouge, which controlled Cambodia between 1975 and 1979, publicly apologized for the deaths of nearly 1.5 million people during their rule.
2002: Pakistan tourists are allowed to visit three cities in India.
2006: China issues white paper on national defense.
2008: Renowned painter Manjit Baba passed away.
2012: 21 security personnel were killed in a terrorist attack near Peshawar in Pakistan.
2015: The West African country Guinea declared free of Ebola by the World Health Organization. Two years ago there was an outbreak of this deadly disease in the country.
2018: 40 militants were killed by the Egyptian police in Giza and Al-Arish who attacked a tourist bus four days ago, killing 4 people.

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