Wednesday, February 3, 2021

History Of 3 February | On This Day In World

History Of 3 February | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 3 February are as follows: - 

1509: The battle of Diu was fought on this day. It is also called the second battle of Chaul.

1760: Maratha army led by Sadashiv Rao Bhau defeated the Nizam's army badly in the Battle of Udgir.

1815: The first cheese making factory opened in Switzerland.

1916: Banaras Hindu University opened.

1925: The first electric train ran between Bombay and Kurla.

1938: Famous Indian film actress Waheeda Rehman was born.

1954: 500 people die due to stampede during Prayag Kumbh in Allahabad. After this event, extensive changes were made to the arrangements made during the Kumbh Mela and the fair format so that this holy festival of faith, which draws millions of people to the confluence, will be comfortable and safe.

1959: Three rock 'n' roll members die in a plane crash in the US.

1963: RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan was born.

1969: CN Annadurai died.

1970: Foundation stone of India's first and world's largest coal based fertilizer plant was laid at Talcher.

1971: US spacecraft Apollo 14 landed on the lunar surface during the third successful manned mission to the moon.

1986: The Pope met Mother Teresa in Calcutta and visited the 'Nirmal Hriday', an ashram built by him to serve the afflicted.

1988: INS Chakra, the first nuclear powered submarine, was inducted into the Indian Navy.

2006: An Egyptian passenger ferry sinks in the Red Sea due to bad weather. More than 1000 people died in this accident.

2016: US President Barack Obama visits his first American mosque - the Islamic Society of Baltimore Mosque in Maryland.

2018: India recorded a record fourth time victory in the Under 19 Cricket World Cup held in New Zealand.

2018: The record recorded the heaviest snowfall in a single day, killing one and 2,000 trees.

2020: Malawi's constitutional court announces 2019 election, in which President Peter Mutharika is re-elected due to voting irregularities.

2020: Cruise ship Diamond Princess was quarantined at the port of Yokohama with 3700 passengers after victims were found on board with COVID-19 in Japan.

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