Friday, February 5, 2021

History Of 5 February | On This Day In World

History Of 5 February | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 5 February are as follows: - 

➧ 664 AD: The famous Chinese Buddhist monk Hiuen Tsang died.

➧ 1783: 30,000 people died in a severe earthquake in Calabria, Italy.

➧ 1916: Famous poet Janaki Vallabh Shastri was born.

➧ 1917: Mexico adopted new constitution.

➧ 1922: 22 policemen died in a mob attack on a police station in Chauri Chaura. This incident derailed Mahatma Gandhi's non-violence movement for some time.

➧ 1924: Radio time indicator GMT first broadcast from Royal Greenwich.

➧ 1931: Maxine Dunlap became the first glider pilot.

➧ 1937: The first talkie 'Modern Times', starring Charlie Chaplin, was released.

➧ 1953: The rule of limited distribution of sugar and products made in Britain comes to an end.

➧ 1961: First edition of the British newspaper Sunday Telegraph is published.

➧ 1971: Apollo 14 landed on the lunar surface. During this flight many technical defects occurred.

➧ 1985: Portugal's world-renowned football player Cristiano Ronaldo is born. Very few people know that Ronaldo's full name is Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aviro.

➧ 2004: Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf pardons nuclear scientist Abdul Qadir Khan for misuse of nuclear technology.

➧ 2006: Iran starts uranium enrichment.

➧ 2007: Sunita, an Indian-origin woman became the most time-consuming woman in space.

➧ 2008: Death of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. He is considered one of the prominent spiritual and religious leaders of India.

➧ 2013: A tribunal in Bangladesh sentenced Abdul Kader Moula, a top member of a radical opposition party, to life imprisonment for war crimes during the 1971 independence struggle from Pakistan.

➧ 2017: Romanian government ends corruption after 6 days of mass demonstrations.

➧ 2019: Pierre Davis became the first transgender designer to show at New York Fashion Week with the label No Ceso.

➧ 2020: US Senate acquits President Donald Trump 52-48 on charges of misuse of power.

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