Friday, January 29, 2021

History Of 29 January | On This Day In World

History Of 29 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 29 January are as follows: - 

1528: Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire in India, defeated Rana Sanga, the king of Mewar and captured the fort of Chanderi.

1780: The country's first newspaper Hikki Gazette or Bengal Gazette or Calcutta General Advertiser was published from Kolkata. The editor of this English-language newspaper was James Augustus Hickey.

1845: "The Raven" by Edgar Allan Poe published for the first time (New York Evening Mirrors).

1886: Karl Benz patented the first successful car powered by gasoline energy.

1896: Swami Pranabananda Maharaj, founder of Bharat Seva Ashram Sangh, was born.

1916: Germany invades France for the first time in 'World War I'.

1921: Malik Faisal I was chosen as the King of Iraq on the basis of the role created by Britain.

1953: Sangeet Natak Akademi established.

1963: Britain cannot gain entry into the European Common Market (EEC) due to France's veto.

1970: Colonel Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, who won an Olympic medal in shooting, was born.

1979: India's first jumbo train (two-engined) Tamil Nadu Express departed from New Delhi station for Madras (now Chennai).

1996: French President Jacques Chirac announced that France would no longer test nuclear weapons.

2002: US President George W. Bush, in his message to the nation, called Iran, Iraq, North Korea the axis of wickedness in the world.

2002: Sarla Grewal, the second woman officer of India in the Indian Administrative Service and former Governor of Madhya Pradesh, died.

2006: India's fast bowler Irfan Pathan became the first bowler to take a hat-trick in the first over in Test cricket.

2010: The first generation flight of the fifth generation war aircraft being produced under a joint project between India and Russia was successfully tested in the far eastern part of Russia.

2014: Scientists explore how to convert normal cells into stem cells in mice.

2018: Cleveland Indians announced that they will be removing the main Wahoo logo from the uniform in 2019.

2019: The Norwegian government proposed to build a temporary road tunnel as part of a new road between Christian and Trondheim.

2020: More than 7,700 cases of COVID-19 cases were found in China which were more than the number of SARS cases, which resulted in 170 deaths.

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