Saturday, March 20, 2021

History Of 21 March | On This Day In World

History Of 21 March | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 21 March are as follows: -

➧ 1349: Three thousand Jews were slaughtered in the Black Death Riots in the city of Erfurt, Germany.

➧ 1413: Henry V is made King of England.

➧ 1791: British army snatches Bengaluru from Tipu Sultan.

➧ 1827: Daulatrao Shinde, grandson of Mahakaji Shinde's brother Tukojirao Holkar, died.

➧ 1836: The first public library was started in Kolkata, now its name is National Library.

➧ 1857: About 100,000 people died in the devastating earthquake in Tokyo, the capital of Japan.

➧ 1858: The soldiers who lit the torch of revolt against the British in Lucknow surrendered.

➧ 1916: Shehnaist Ustad Bismillah Khan was born.

➧ 1935: Persian language country Persia was renamed as Iran.

➧ 1954: The first Filmfare Awards ceremony was held.

➧ 1957: The Indian calendar of our country was revealed.

➧ 1960: In the South African city of Sharpeville, the Gori police fired at a group of blacks peacefully protesting against apartheid and killed 50 people on the spot.

➧ 1971: Indian cricketer Sunil Gavaskar scored his first Test century.

➧ 1977: The Emergency imposed in the country ended in June 1975.

1990: Namibia becomes completely independent from South Africa and becomes an independent country. Namibia, located in the south of the African continent, is also a member of the United Nations.

➧ 2003: Renowned novelist Shivani passed away.

➧ 2006: Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey sent the first public tweet, in which he wrote, 'Just Setting Up My Twitter'.

➧ 2018: Dave Patterson and John Hennessy win the Computing Turing Award for RISC computer chips.

➧ 2019: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced a ban on military-style paramilitary weapons 6 days after the Christchurch terror attack.

➧ 2020: COVID-19 records a daily 793 death records in Italy and the worldwide death toll exceeds 12,000 with 299,000 known infections.

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