Thursday, December 3, 2020

History Of 3 December | On This Day In World

History Of 3 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 3 December are as follows: -

1790: Lord Cornwallis took away the right to administer criminal justice from the Nawab of Murshidabad. After which Sadar Nizamat took the court to Calcutta (now Kolkata).
1796: Baji Rao II was made Peshwa of Maratha Empire.
1828: Andrew Jackson is elected the seventh President of America.
1824: The British sought kumuk from Madras and Mumbai and then surrounded the fort of Kittur.
1829: Viceroy Lord William Bentick banned the practice of sati in India.
1884: The first President of India, Dr. Rajendra Prasad was born.
1889: Khudiram Bose, the son of Bharat Mata was born. Khudiram Bose sacrificed his life in the freedom of the country.
1937: Indian linguist Binod Bihari Varma was born.
1959: India and Nepal sign the Gandak irrigation and power project agreement.
1967: India's first rocket (Rohini RH 75) is launched from Thumba.
1971: There was a war in India and Pakistan and the President declared Emergency in the country. Bangladesh emerged from this war.
1979: Hockey magician Dhyanchand died.
1979: Iran adopted the Islamic Constitution.
1982: Indian female cricketer Mithali Raj was born.
1984: Toxic gas leaks from Union Carbide's pesticide plant in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal. Due to which thousands of people died and many times more people got sick from it. It is counted among the most severe industrial tragedy in the world.
1989: Russian President Mikhail Gorvachyov and US President George Bush announce the end of the Cold War.
2008: Maharashtra Chief Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh resigned from his post on the day after the November 23 terrorist incident in Mumbai.
2011: Bollywood actor Dev Anand passed away.
2012: At least 475 people died in the Philippines due to 'Bhuffa' storm.
2019: Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin announced that they were stepping down from the parent company Alphabet. Sundar Pichai became the head of both.

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