Thursday, March 4, 2021

History Of 5 March | On This Day In World

History Of 5 March | On This Day In World

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

➧ 1046: Nasir Khusro began his Middle East journey and after this six-year journey he composed the Safarnama, which is still considered among the best in the Persian language.

➧ 1699: Maharaja Jai ​​Singh II ascended the throne of Amber.

➧ 1783: Geological Survey of India was established.

➧ 1916: Famous Odisha leader and former Chief Minister Biju Patnaik was born.

➧ 1931: Gandhi ended his Civil Disobedience Movement after the Gandhi-Irwin Pact.

➧ 1953: Rumors of the death of well-known Soviet Union leader Joseph Stalin spread around the world. He took power of the Soviet Union in 1928. His death was confirmed a day later.

➧ 1958: The military satellite 2 Explorer released by the US from Cape Canavera, Florida, returns to Earth's atmosphere and crumbles.

➧ 1966: A Boeing 707 plane of the British Overseas Airways Corporation crashes in Mount Fuji, Japan, killing 124 people aboard.

➧ 1970: Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty entered into force. The treaty was signed on 24 November 1969 and ratified by 45 countries.

➧ 1987: Multiple earthquakes in Ecuador caused widespread devastation across the country. Roads and bridges were broken and major oil pipelines burst and landslides swept away villages. More than 75,000 were injured, with some 2000 people expected to die.

➧ 1989: Baba Prithvi Singh, the founder of the Labor Party, passed away.

➧ 1993: Banned for a lifetime for participating in athletics by Canadian ferrata sprinter Ben Johnson for his use of banned drugs.

➧ 1998: Around 32 people were killed and more than 300 injured in a bomb blast in Sri Lanka's capital Colombo. The Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam was suspected to have been involved in the attack.

➧ 2010: GP, one of the famous entrepreneurs of India. Birla had passed away.

➧ 2010: A sounding rocket with a weight bearing capacity of three tons developed by ISRO was successfully tested from Sri Harikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh.

➧ 2013: Wilcom announced the world's smallest mobile phone, weighing 32 grams.

➧ 2019: A major study of the MMR vaccine trial involving more than 650,000 children in Denmark showed that it does not increase the risk of autism.

➧ 2019: According to Forbes, Kylie Jenner is the world's youngest billionaire in 21 years.

➧ 2019: Bugatti announces the most expensive new car ever - La Vourier Nair priced at € 16.7 million (about $ 19 million).

➧ 2020: US Senator Elizabeth Warren drops out of Democratic presidential race.

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