Friday, January 8, 2021

History Of 9 January | On This Day In World

History Of 9 January | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 January are as follows: -

1431: Trial against the 'Zone of Arc' begins in France.
1768: Philip Astley performed the first 'Modern Circus'.
1793: The world's first hot air balloon flew into Philadelphia, USA.
1811: The first women's golf tournament was held in the world for the first time.
1873: Napoleon Bonaparte III, one of the boldest European rulers of the 19th century, died.
1915: Mahatma Gandhi arrives in Mumbai after returning from South Africa.
1922: Dr. Hargovind Khurana, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Indian Medicine, was born.
1927: Sunderlal Bahuguna, the famous environmentalist and prominent leader of 'Chipko Movement' was born.
1941: Six thousand Jews were killed in Bucharest, the capital of the European country Romania.
1945: India's freedom fighter and politician Chhoturam died.
1951: Officially United Nations Headquarters opens in New York, US.
1970: Constitution adopted in Singapore.
1982: The first Indian scientific team arrives in Antarctica.
2002: Michael Jackson was awarded the Artist of the Century at the American Music Award.
2007: Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs announces iPhone.
2011: Flight number 277 of Iran Air crashed in which 77 people died.
2012: Lionel Messi wins FIFA's Ballon d'Or (Best Footballer) Award for the second year in a row.
2018: Former White House strategist Steve Bannon left Breitbart News after criticizing the White House in the book "White and the Fury".
2019: US President Donald Trump broadcasts Oval Office addresses live on TV at government shutdown and border wall.
2019: Monarch butterfly count of California dropped to 86% according to 2018 census.

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