Wednesday, December 9, 2020

History Of 9 December | On This Day In World

History Of 9 December | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 December are as follows: -

➧ 1758: The thirteen-month war of Madras began in India.

➧ 1761: Tarabai Shivaji's daughter died in Pune.

➧ 1762: British Parliament accepts the Paris Treaty.

➧ 1910: French forces capture the port city of Agadir in Morocco.

➧ 1913: India's first female photo journalist Homi Vyarawala was born.

➧ 1917: British forces under the leadership of General Allenby captured Jerusalem.

➧ 1924: Trade treaty signed between Holland and Hungary.

➧ 1931: Japanese forces attack Jeholprant of China.

➧ 1946: Sonia Gandhi, the wife of famous Indian politician and former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, was born.

➧ 1998: Australian cricket players Shane Warne and Mark Waugh accept an Indian speculator accepting a bribe on Pakistan Dowde in 1994.

➧ 2006: Pakistan tests medium-range missile 'Hatf-3 Ghaznavi' with nuclear capability.

➧ 2007: Former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto announces termination of all ties with the Pakistani government.

➧ 2007: Famous poet Trilochan Shastri of progressive poetry stream died.

➧ 2012: Seven people died in a plane crash in Mexico.

➧ 2015: German Chancellor Angela Merkel captures Time magazine's Person of the Year for tackling debt and refugee crises.

➧ 2016: Ghana's presidential election won by Nana Akufo-Addo of the opposition New Patriotic Party.

➧ 2018: Thousands of marches began in Delhi, India, demanding the construction of a Hindi temple at a controversial religious site in Ayodhya.

➧ 2019: A Chilean Air Force plane went missing in a flight to Antarctica, killing 38 people.

➧ 2019: A volcano erupts suddenly in White Iceland, New Zealand. In which 5 people died while more than 50 went missing.

➧ 2019: The World Anti-Doping Agency banned Russia at all major sporting events, including the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and the 2022 Football World Cup in Qatar.

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