Thursday, January 28, 2021

History Of 28 January | On This Day In World

History Of 28 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 28 January are as follows: - 

1813: The book 'Pride and Prejudice', a romantic novel by famous British author Jane Austen, was first published. It is counted among the most popular works of English literature.

1835: Calcutta Medical College started.

1865: Lala Lajpat Rai was born.

1898: Sister Nivedita came to India.

1899: India's 'First Army Commander in Chief' K.M. Cariappa was born.

1926: Renowned Hindi writer, successful editor, Sanskrit publishing scholar and noted linguist Vidyanivas Mishra was born.

1928: King Ramanna, the leading physicist of the country, was born.

1930: The classical singer Pandit Jasraj, who belonged to the Mewati Gharana, was born.

1933: Chaudhary Rahmat Ali Khan suggested the name 'Pakistan' for a separate nation formed under the demand of the Muslim League.

1961: The foundation stone of the first factory of watchmaker HMT was laid in Bangalore.

1980: The country's largest cargo vessel 'Rani Padmini' was launched.

1986: US spacecraft Challenger crashes. All seven astronauts died.

1998: TADA court awarded death sentence to 26 accused involved in the plot to assassinate former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi.

1999: Lamb is born from a protected embryo for the first time in India.

2002: An Ecuadorian plane crashes down the slope of the Nevado de Cumball volcano due to bad weather. All 92 people on board the plane were killed.

2007: Famous musician OP Nair died.

2014: Investigation of DNA analysis revealed that the 6th-century Justinian plague was caused by a type of Yersinia pestis bacteria (a bacterium similar to the Black Death).

2019: The US Department of Justice accused Chinese firm Huawei with bank and wire fraud.

2019: A draft framework for a peace deal was prepared to end the 17-year conflict in Afghanistan, to which the US and Afghan negotiators agreed.

2020: US President Donald Trump releases his Middle East peace plan at the White House with Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.

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