Tuesday, March 2, 2021

History Of 3 March | On This Day In World

History Of 3 March | On This Day In World

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

➧ 1707: Aurangzeb, the last powerful Mughal emperor of the Mughal Empire, died in Ahmednagar.

➧ 1839: Jamsetji Tata, the famous industrialist of India and founder of the Tata group, was born.

➧ 1847: Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone, was born.

➧ 1919: Famous Marathi writer Hari Narayan Apte died.

➧ 1943: Mahatma Gandhi decided to end his 21-day-long hunger strike.

➧ 1966: The BBC announces its plans for color television broadcasting from the following year.

➧ 1971: It is reported that China has launched its second geostationary satellite.

➧ 1973: An international agreement regarding the conservation of wildlife was signed.

➧ 1974: Turkish Airlines jet plane from DC 10 Ankara to London crashed near Paris. All 345 people aboard the plane died in the accident.

➧ 1976: Rifleman Sanjay Kumar, who was awarded the Param Vir Chakra, was born in 1999 for his amazing valor in the Kargil War.

➧ 2002: Indian politician and former Lok Sabha Speaker G.K. MC Balayogi died in a helicopter crash in Andhra Pradesh.

➧ 2005: America's adventure lover Steve Fossett completed a round of the earth by flying non-stop for 67 hours. During this time, he also did not fuel the aircraft.

➧ 2006: Sri Lankan bowler Muttiah Muralitharan won his 1000th international wicket while playing his 100th Test match. He became the first bowler in the world to do this feat.

➧ 2009: Armed terrorists opened fire on a Sri Lankan team bus going to play matches in Lahore, Pakistan.

➧ 2013: The United Nations proclaims this day as World Wildlife Day.

➧ 2013: A 2-year-old American girl becomes the first child born with HIV to be treated.

➧ 2019: SpaceX's Dragon capsule successfully docked with the International Space Station during its performance.

➧ 2020: World Bank pledges $ 12 billion in emergency aid to developing countries dealing with COVID-19.

➧ 2020: Yvonne Farrell and Shelley McNamar, two Irish women from Grafton Architecture, became the first women to share the Pritzker Architecture Prize.

➧ 2020: The US Federal Reserve Bank cut short-term interest rates by 0.5% to protect the economy against COVID-19, the largest interest rate reduction for the first time in a decade.

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