Sunday, December 6, 2020

History Of 6 December | On This Day In World

History Of 6 December | On This Day In World



In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 6 December are as follows: -


1732: Warren Hastings, the first Governor General of the East India Company, is born.

1907: The first robbery incident related to India's freedom struggle took place at Chingaripota railway station.

1926: Firaq Gorakhpuri was appointed as a political prisoner of the British Government in the early period of his literary life.

1956: Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the architect of the Indian Constitution, died.

1958: The work of building the world's longest and most important tunnel began in Italy.

1990: As part of the war effort, Iraq's President Saddam Hussein ordered the release of all foreign hostages held in Iraq and Kuwait.

1997: International Climate Conference begins in Kyoto (Japan).

1998: 13th Asian Games begin in Bangkok.

1998: Major Hoshiar Singh, the honored Indian soldier of Paramvir Chakra died.

2006: NASA unveils images by Mars Global Servier.

2007: Schools in Australia are now allowed to take Sikh students with the kirpan and Muslim girls are allowed to wear hijab in classrooms.

2008: Central bank cut repo rate and reverse rate by one percent.

2008: A joint exercise between the Indian and Chinese armies began in Exercise Hand in Hand in Belgaum, Karnataka.

2012: Seven people were killed and 770 were injured during a demonstration in Egypt.

2017: Lady Babis sworn in as Prime Minister of the Czech Republic.

2017: Brazilian drug lord Rogerio da Silva arrested in Rio.

2017: US President Donald Trump officially recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital, announcing plans to move the US embassy.

2018: Luxembourg becomes the first country to make all public transport free.

2018: The oldest plague specimen found in a 4,900-year-old remains of a 20-year-old woman in Gökme, southern Sweden, published in "Cell".

2019: Saudi state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco set a record $ 25.6 billion in its first public share offering, making it the world's most valuable company at $ 1.7 trillion.

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