Friday, January 1, 2021

History Of 2 January | On This Day In World

History Of 2 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 2 January are as follows: -

1757: Robert Clive takes Nawab Siraj-ud-daula back to Calcutta (now Kolkata).
1839: French photographer Louis Daguerre displays his first photo of the moon.
1843: The postal service started regularly in Austria and the first letter box was installed in Vienna, the capital of Austria.
1882: The world's first coal-fired power generating station, the Holborn Persons Power Station, was started in London.
1890: Alice Sanger becomes the first female employee to work in the White House.
1900: US Secretary of State John He announced an open door policy to boost US trade with China.
1917: Royal Bank of Canada acquires Quebec Bank.
1920: A Russian writer and chemist named Isaac Aasimoff was born.
1942: Japanese Army captured Manila, the capital of the Philippines, during World War II.
1954: Bharat Ratna Award started in India.
1975: Railway Minister Lalit Narayan Mishra injured in a bomb blast in Samastipur district of Bihar.
1975: Bangladesh's revolutionary leader Siraj Sikdar is killed by police in police custody.
1980: Workers at the British Steel Corporation plant strike for the first national level in fifty years.
1989: Prime Minister Ranasinghe Premadasa takes over as the third President of Sri Lanka.
1991: Thiruvananthapuram Airport of Kerala is recognized as an international airport.
2008: Saman Hasnain, who lives in San Francisco, was elected Mrs. Pakistan World of 2002.
2015: The Economist lists Daniel Kahnemann as the 7th most influential economist in the world.
2016: Famous Shia cleric Nimr al-Nimr and 46 other accomplices of Saudi Arabia were hanged by the government.
2019: Two women 'Bindu Amini and Kanak Durga' became the first women to enter the Sabarimala temple in India in the state of Kerala, which launched protests after changes in the law.
2019: Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke about declining Chinese iPhone sales to fall in the company's outlook, which would lead to a fall in international stock markets.

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