Tuesday, January 19, 2021

History Of 19 January | On This Day In World

History Of 19 January | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 19 January are as follows: - 

1597: Maharana Pratap, the Rajput lion of Mewar died.

1649: Trial begins against King Charles I of England.

1795: French forces devastate Holland.

1839: Yemen's city of Adan was conquered by the British East India Company.

1905: Devendra Nath Tagore (Thakur), the father of Nobel laureate Rabindranath Thakur and Indian thinker, Thinker, passed away.

1938: Supporters of General Francisco Franco bombard the cities of Wallacea and Barcelona, ​​leading to 900 people.

1942: Japan captured Burma (present-day Myanmar) during the 'Second World War'.

1966: Indira Gandhi, the only daughter of India's first Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, was elected the third Prime Minister of India.

1986: First computer virus' C. Brain 'has been activated.

1987: Narayan Dutt Ojha was sworn in as a judge of the Supreme Court at ten o'clock at night and retired after two hours.

1990: Acharya Rajneesh dies in Pune. He was always seen as a controversial mystic, guru and spiritual teacher.

1995: Hindi litterateur Upendranath Ashk died.

2003: Indian diplomat 'Sudhir Vyas' is harassed in Pakistan.

2005: Sania Mirza became the first Indian woman to reach the third round of Lawn Tennis's Australia Open.

2006: New Horizons spacecraft sent by NASA on its first mission to Pluto.

2007: Decision to confer Jawaharlal Nehru Award on Sultan Qaboos bin Saeed bin Timur al Saeed of Oman.

2009: 'Suryashekhar Ganguly' wins 'Parsvnath chess title'.

2013: Four climbers died in an avalanche in Glen Coe, Scotland.

2013: Calcium was discovered by NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars.

2017: 20 firefighters died in Tehran due to the collapse of a tall building.

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