Tuesday, February 9, 2021

History Of 10 February | On This Day In World

History Of 10 February | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 10 February are as follows: - 

➧ 1693: Calcutta founder Job Charnock died in Calcutta.

➧ 1805: Kuriakosi Ilias Chavara, social reformer and Syrian Catholic saint of Kerala, was born.

➧ 1818: Third and final battle was fought in Rampur between British army and Maratha army.

➧ 1846: The Battle of Sobraon begins between the brave Sikh fighters and the East India Company.

➧ 1847: Navinchandra Sen, a Bengali poet writer, was born.

➧ 1921: Mahatma Gandhi inaugurates Kashi Vidyapeeth.

➧ 1921: Duke of Connaught laid the foundation stone of India Gate.

➧ 1952: In the first Lok Sabha election after independence, the Congress party under the leadership of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru crossed the majority mark and established the establishment of democracy in the country.

➧ 1990: The spacecraft Galileo passed in front of Venus, heading towards Jupiter.

➧ 1991: Mike Tyson, the most successful boxing player in the world, was found guilty of rape this day. He was sentenced to 6 years by the court.

➧ 1992: Andaman and Nicobar Islands open to foreign tourists.

➧ 1995: Famous litterateur Gulsher Khan Shani died.

➧ 1996: Chess is considered a brain game and IBM created the chess playing computer Deep Blue. To challenge the human mind, a match was held between chess world champion Gary Kasparov and Deep Blue, which Kasparov won 4–2. It is another matter that the next year Deep Blue was victorious in this match.

➧ 2005: The wedding date of Prince Charles of Britain and longtime friend Camilla Parker is announced.

➧ 2009: Bharatratna, the country's highest civilian honor, was conferred with the famous classical singer Pandit Bhimsen Joshi. He was announced to be awarded the Bharat Ratna in November 2008.

➧ 2010: A convoy of police officers was attacked in Khyber Pass area near Peshawar in Pakistan. After that, the team which arrived there for relief and rescue were also targeted. A total of 17 people, including 13 police officers, died during this period.

➧ 2016: The Venezuelan government ordered the closure of more than 100 malls to save electricity due to the drought caused by El Niño.

➧ 2018: German bithlet Laura Dahlmeier won the women's 7.5 kg sprint gold medal at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

➧ 2019: An illegal gold mine in north-eastern Liberia made about 40 people underground after the mine was sunk.

➧ 2019: Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota announces her 2020 presidential campaign.

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