Sunday, February 21, 2021

History Of 22 February | On This Day In World

History Of 22 February | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 22 February are as follows: -

➧ 1731: America's first President George Washington was born.

➧ 1821: Spain cedes the state of Florida to the US for 5 million dollars.

➧ 1889: India's nationalist leader and freedom fighter Swami Sahajanand Saraswati was born.

➧ 1892: Indulal Yagnik, a famous Gujarati politician and leader of All India Kisan Sabha was born.

➧ 1906: Indian educationist and politician Humayun Kabir was born.

➧ 1907: The first metered cab is run in London.

➧ 1944: Mahatma Gandhi's wife Kasturba Gandhi died.

➧ 1958: Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, the country's first Education Minister, died.

➧ 1974: Pakistan recognizes Bangladesh.

➧ 1980: In the Winter Olympic Games, America's ice hockey team made a big upset in the history of Olympic Games by defeating the title contender Soviet team.

➧ 1993: Former Chief Minister of Haryana and former Governor of Odisha and Madhya Pradesh, Bhagwat Dayal Sharma died.

➧ 1996: Hawala scandal triggered a storm in Indian politics. Investigators, based on information received from the diaries of hawala businessman Jain brothers, accused several members of the then Prime Minister Narasimha Rao government in the corruption case.

➧ 1935: US prohibits aircraft from flying over the White House.

➧ 1997: Sheep Dolly is cloned.

➧ 1991: The then US President George Bush asks Iraq to withdraw its army from Kuwait and warns against attacking it.

➧ 1998: The Eighteenth Winter Olympic Games concluded in Nagano City, Japan.

➧ 2006: Japan prohibits import of all poultry products including meat and eggs from India.

➧ 2017: The journal "Nature" announced seven Earth-sized planets orbiting Star Trappist-1. Which made the possibility of aliens there.

➧ 2018: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak sparked controversy by announcing the choice of quinoa as a national dish in place of rice.

2018: According to new research published in "Science", Neanderthal was the first artist on earth, not human, to produce red cave paintings 65,000 years ago in Spain.

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