Saturday, January 9, 2021

History Of 10 January | On This Day In World

History Of 10 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 10 January are as follows: -

1616: British Ambassador Sir Thomas Roe meets Mughal Emperor Jahangir in Ajmer.
1623: Gazette was published in Italy in the world's first newspaper.
1692: Job Carnock, the founder of Calcutta, died in Calcutta.
1824: Joseph Aspidian, UK chemist, made cement.
1836: Professor Madhusudan Gupta conducted research on the internal structure of the human body.
1863: The world's first underground rail service started in London.
1886: India's educationist, economist and jurist John Mathai was born.
1920: The First World War ended due to the Warsaw Pact.
1946: Representatives of 51 nations attended the first meeting of the United Nations General Assembly.
1954: Britain's comet jet crashes into the Mediterranean.
1963: Government of India introduced the Gold Control Scheme.
1969: Sampurnanand, a famous politician and writer died.
1972: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman arrives in independent Bangladesh as President.
1991: UN Secretary-General Javier Perez went to the capital of Iraq, Baghdad, in his last attempt to avert the Cuiar Gulf War.
1996: King Hussein of Jordan reached Tel Aviv, the country's largest city on his first public visit.
2006: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh announced to celebrate World Hindi Day every year.
2018: Jeff Bezos became the second person to be worth more than $ 100 billion as his wealth rose to $ 106 billion as Amazon's stock price increase.
2019: In disputed results, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, opposition leader Felix Tseki declared himself the winner.
2019: 13-year-old Jayme Closs survived the kidnapper after 3 months of captivity in Wisconsin.
2019: According to data published in the journal "Science", the heat rising due to burning fossil fuels is evaporating the ocean more rapidly than previously thought.

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