Saturday, March 6, 2021

History Of 7 March | On This Day In World

History Of 7 March | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 7 March are as follows: -

➧ 1835: A proposal was made to promote the propagation of European literature and science in India.

➧ 1854: Charles Miller obtained a patent for a sewing machine.

➧ 1911: Noted Hindi writer and litterateur Sachchidananda Hiranand Vatsyayan Agyeya was born in Uttar Pradesh.

➧ 1934: Nari Contractor, the famous former cricketer of India, was born.

➧ 1952: West Indies batsman Vivian Richards is born in Antigua. This best batsman of his generation was called 'Master Blaster'.

➧ 1952: Indian Guru Paramhansa Yogananda passed away.

➧ 1961: Govind Vallabh Pant died.

➧ 1969: Israel elected Golda Mir as the first female Prime Minister of the country. He was made Prime Minister after the death of Levi Eshkol.

➧ 1977: The first general elections after 1970 in Pakistan and for the first time after Pakistan came into existence in 1947, elections were held under civilian rule.

➧ 1987: US boxer Mike Tyson attains the World Boxing Federation Championship belt at the age of 20. He achieved this feat by defeating James Smith in 12 rounds.

➧ 1988: Became a member of the Columbia Burn Convention Copyright Treaty.

➧ 2008: Astronauts discovered lake on Mars.

➧ 2009: NASA launches the Kepler telescope, orbiting the sun and reconnaissance of nearly a million stars like the Earth. The Kepler telescope was considered the most powerful telescope in the history of mankind at that time.

➧ 2010: US film director Catherine Biglaw becomes the first woman to win the Academy Award for Best Director. He received this award for his 2008 film The Hurt Locker.

➧ 2013: Hilary Mantle was awarded the 2013 David Cohen Prize for Literature.

➧ 2016: Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova revealed unsuccessful drug testing for meldonium at the Australian Open in January, for which she was suspended for 15 months.

➧ 2019: Chinese telecommunications company Huawei sued the US government over a federal ban on its products.

➧ 2019: Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain posted her first Instagram, in which she shared a letter between mathematician Charles Babbage and Prince Albert.

➧ 2019: Thailand's constitutional court dissolved the opposition party Thai Raksa Chart, as it named Raja's sister as the prime ministerial candidate.

➧ 2019: The power and communication blackout began in Venezuela.

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