Tuesday, February 2, 2021

History Of 2 February | On This Day In World

History Of 2 February | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 2 February are as follows: - 

1509: There was a war between Portugal and Turkey near Diu (Goa, Daman and Diu) in India.

1788: Pitt's Regulatory Act implemented for administrative reforms in the country.

1814: Calcutta (now Kolkata) Museum established.

1862: Shambhunath Pandit became the first Indian judge of the Calcutta High Court.

1889: Princess Amrit Kaur, an eminent Gandhian of India, freedom fighter and a social activist was born.

1902: Moturi Satyanarayana, the organizer of the Hindi propaganda movement was born in South India.

1915: Khushwant Singh, a renowned journalist, writer, novelist and historian of India, was born.

1952: India wins first Test cricket in Madras.

1953: All India Khadi and Village Industries Board was formed.

1960: A great novelist of Hindi literature, Chatursen Shastri passed away.

1966: Pakistan moved an important resolution for the 'Kashmir Agreement'.

1982: Renowned politician and Rajasthan Chief Minister Mohan Lal Sukhadia passed away.

1992: US President George Bush and Russian President Boris Yeltsin announce the end of the Cold War.

1997: China and the UN An agreement was reached between the US to end the textile trade dispute.

2001: Permitted the sale of American parts for the Indian Navy's Sea King helicopters.

2002: Three Pakistani men arrested in the kidnapping case of American journalist Daniel Pearl.

2008: President Pratibha Patil flagged off Karnataka's first luxury train 'Golden Chariot'.

2008: Governor B.C. L. Joshi b. K. Gupta was sworn in as Chief Justice of Uttarakhand High Court.

2019: More than 40 mummies dated to 323–30 BCE were found at the burial site at the Tuna el-Gebel archaeological site south of Cairo, Egypt.

2020: Palindrome Day: Date 02022020 Includes the same digit from the front and back in the US and China (like last 11 November 1111).

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