Monday, January 11, 2021

History Of 12 January | On This Day In World

History Of 12 January | On This Day In World





In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 12 January are as follows: - 

1665: The mathematician Pierre de Fermat of France died. He made many rules related to mathematics which are known by him.

1708: Shahu was crowned Maratha ruler.

1863: Swami Vivekananda, an Indian philosopher, spiritual teacher, and yoga practitioner was born in the West.

1899: India's famous mathematician Badrinath Prasad was born in Gohna village, Mohammadabad in Azamgarh district.

1904: Henry Ford sets a new automobile land speed record of 147.05 km.

1908: Long distance wireless message sent from the Eiffel Tower in Paris.

1915: The United States delegation rejects the proposal to vote for women.

1948: Mahatma Gandhi makes his final speech and decides to go on a hunger strike against communal violence.

1964: Former India bowler Bapu Nadkarni bowled 21 consecutive maidens in the first Test with England in Madras. This is the record so far in the history of over six balls.

1976: Agatha Christie, one of the world's best known detective novelists, died.

1984: Every year on the occasion of the birthday of Swami Vivekananda, it was announced to celebrate National Youth Day in the country.

1998: Nineteen European nations agree to refuse human cloning.

2004: The world's largest seaplane, the RMS Queen Mary 2, begins its maiden voyage.

2005: Famous actor and villain of Indian cinema Amrish Puri passed away.

2010: 2,30,000 people died in the Haiti earthquake. A large part of the city was destroyed in this.

2015: 143 militants of terrorist organization Boko Haram were killed in an encounter with security forces in Cameroon.

2017: US President Barack Obama awarded the Presidential Medal to Vice President Joe Biden at the Surprise Presentation Awards.

2019: After escaping family abuse in Saudi Arabia, 18-year-old Rahaf Mohammed Al-Qin arrives in Toronto, Canada as a refugee.

2019: Missy Eliot became the first female rapper to be inducted into the songwriter's Hall of Fame.

2020: Argentine striker Sergio Aguero becomes the top player in English Premier League football history with a 6–1 hat-trick at Aston Villa in Manchester City.

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