Saturday, December 5, 2020

History Of 5 December | On This Day In World

History Of 5 December | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 5 December are as follows: -

1898: The famous Urdu poet of India and Pakistan, Josh Malihabadi was born.

1941: Amrita Shergill, the famous Indian female painter, died in Lahore. Many of his artworks were appreciated worldwide.

1941: American aircraft carrier Lexington and 5 heavy cruisers depart Pearl Harbor.

1944: German soldiers steal all silver coins in Utrecht.

1950: Freedom fighter, poet, philosopher Arvind (Aurobindo) Ghosh died.

1950: Sikkim became a protected area of ​​India.

1955: STD service to deliver long distance telephone calls to every home came into existence.

1969: In shooting, Anjali Bhagwat, the famous shooter who illuminated the name of India in the world, was born.

1971: India recognizes Bangladesh as a country.

1998: Russia agrees to deliver 'Krivak class' multi-purpose warship to Indian Navy.

1999: Yukta Mukhi holds the title of Miss World.

2001: The four groups agree on the formation of an interim government in Afghanistan under the leadership of Hamid Karzai.

2005: Britain legalizes homosexuality by enacting a law.

2013: Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa and Bharat Ratna recipient.

2016: Former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa passed away.

2016: Malta becomes the first country in Europe to oppose conversion therapy.

2017: Russia was banned from the next Winter Olympics in South Korea over state-sponsored doping.

2018: Albert Einstein's letter of 1954 on the concept of religion sold for $ 2.9 million at Christies in New York.

2019: WHO said that worldwide measles caused 142,000 deaths in 2018, which is about 20,000 more than in 2017.

2019: National strike in France: More than 800,000 people in 100 cities protested against proposed pension reform.

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