Wednesday, January 6, 2021

History Of 7 January | On This Day In World

History Of 7 January | On This Day In World




In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 January are as follows: -

1714: Henry Mill of England gets a patent for the invention of a typewriter.
1761: Afghan ruler Ahmed Shah Abdali defeated the Marathas in the Third Battle of Panipat.
1782: First American Commercial Bank (Bank of North America) opened.
1789: The American public voted for George Washington to be elected the country's first president.
1890: William B. Parvis received a patent for the invention of the fountain pen.
1927: The first trans-Atlantic commercial telephone service started from New York to London.
1929: Mother Teresa arrives in Calcutta (now Kolkata) to start work among the poor and diseased.
1943: Famous American Serbian inventor Nikola Tesla, the father of Wi-Fi, died.
1950: 41 patients died in a fire at Mercy Hospital in Davenport, Iowa City.
1953: US President Harry Truman announces the creation of a hydrogen bomb.
1967: Irrfan Khan, who revived the characters of Hindi cinema, was born.
1972: A plane crash in Spain's Ibiza region killed 108 passengers, including six crew.
1980: Three years after the Emergency, Indira Gandhi returned to power with an overwhelming majority.
1985: Cellnet launches 2 UK cellular networks.
1990: For the first time in the last 800 years, Pisa's bowing tower was closed to the audience.
2003: Japan announces $ 90 million in aid to India for development work.
2014: Sheikh Hasina wins general election in Bangladesh.
2015: Two gunmen attack the office of 'Charlie Abdo' magazine in Paris, killing 12 people and injuring 11 others.
2019: Amazon for the first time surpassed Microsoft, the world's most valuable listed company, at a cost of $ 797 billion.
2019: The last 2 days of the fourth cricket Test in Sydney were wasted in the rain and India won the Test series 2–1; In 1947–48, 71 years after the first Indian touring team became the first Asian team to win a Test series in Australia.

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