Saturday, January 2, 2021

History Of 3 January | On This Day In World

History Of 3 January | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 3 January are as follows: -

1749: Benning Wentworth establishes Vermont, moving on to the first issue of New Hampshire grants.
1777: George Washington's army defeats British forces in New Zealand.
1823: Stephen F. Austin obtained land in Texas as a grant from the government of Mexico.
1831: India's first female teacher Savitri Bai Phule was born in Satara, Maharashtra.
1834: Stephen F. by the Government of Mexico. Austin was arrested in Mexico City.
1836: Munshi Naval Kishore, founder of Asia's oldest printing press, was born in Aligarh, Uttar Pradesh.
1875: The French litterateur and linguist Pier Laros dies.
1910: Strike in Britain to fix 8 hours for daily work.
1915: The revolutionary Rasbihari Bose left India aboard the Japanese yacht Sanuki Maru.
1943: For the first time, information about missing people was broadcast on television.
1956: Damage due to fire in upper part of Eiffel Tower in France.
1957: Electric watch displayed for the first time in Pennsylvania, USA.
1957: Hamilton Watch Company inaugurates its first electric watch.
1959: Alaska is declared the 49th state of the United States.
1978: Indian cricket team's spin bowler BS Chandrasekhar became the first Indian bowler to record the same figures in both innings for the first time in Test history (6 wickets for 52 runs).
1985: Ex-captain of Indian cricket Mohammad Azharuddin scored 110 runs in his debut Test match against England in Kolkata.
2004: All 148 people aboard were killed by the crash of Boeing 737 aircraft 604 by Egyptian airline Flash Airlines.
2013: A suicide bombing in the Musayyib region of Iraq killed 27 people of the Shia community and injured 60.
2019: The Chinese Chang'-4 spacecraft becomes the first spacecraft to touch the farthest side of the moon.
2020: Iran's top security and intelligence commander General Qasim Suleimani is killed in a US aerial drone attack at Baghdad International Airport.

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