Tuesday, December 8, 2020

History Of 8 December | On This Day In World

History Of 8 December | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 8 December are as follows: -

➧ 1721: Balaji Bajirao, the famous Peshwa of the Maratha Empire, was born.
➧ 1863: Two and a half thousand people died in a fire at the Jesuit Church in Santiago, the capital of Chili.
➧ 1875: Tej Bahadur Sapru, a great liberal leader, renowned lawyer, politician and social reformer was born.
➧ 1881: More than 800 people died in a theater fire in Vienna, the capital of the European country Austria.
➧ 1897: Balakrishna Sharma Naveen, a prolific Hindi writer and prolific speaker, was born.
➧ 1947: Parmanand, the great revolutionary brother of the Indian freedom struggle, died.
➧ 1956: Sixteenth Olympic Games conclude in Melbourne, Australia.
➧ 1976: US conducts nuclear test in Nevada.
➧ 1980: John Lennon, a member of the music band Beetle, was shot on the same day by an unknown gunman outside his New York apartment.
➧ 1995: China is controversially crowned and recognized as the avatar of the 6-year-old boy Zhenken Norbu's Panchen Lama.
➧ 1998: For the first time in the history of Olympics, women's ice hockey was included. Finland beat Sweden 6–0 in the first match.
➧ 2000: Defense agreement signed between Britain and Russia, French scientists discover 'Golnetamine', a new treatment of Alzheimer's.
➧ 2002: Gomutra was patented by the United States after India's traditional organic wealth Neem, turmeric and berries.
➧ 2004: Pakistan covers 700 km Successfully test-fired the Shaheen-1 missile.
➧ 2005: The Red Cross and Red Crescent Society accepts a diamond-shaped red crystal as an additional symbol in a white background.
➧ 2007: US-led coalition forces and NATO forces attack Taliban militants in Musa Kala district, southern Afghanistan.
➧ 2019: 43 workers were killed in a fire in a bag factory in the Indian capital Delhi.
➧ 2019: Zozibini Tunzi became Miss Universe of South Africa.
➧ 2019: Sana Marin became Finland's youngest Prime Minister at the age of 34.
➧ 2019: Vienna State Opera debuts its first show by a female musician in 150 years - Olga Neuwirth's opera, "Orlando".

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