Monday, March 8, 2021

History Of 9 March | On This Day In World

History Of 9 March | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 9 March are as follows: -

➧ 1776: Adam Smith's famous book on economics, The Wealth of Nations, is published.

➧ 1822: Charles Egg Graham patented fake teeth for the first time.

➧ 1861: Covered the currency of 50, 100 and 1000 dollars.

➧ 1934: Soviet pilot and astronaut Yuri Gagarin was born.

➧ 1935: Adolf Hitler publicly announced the creation of a new air force, the Luftwaffe.

➧ 1938: Famous child litterateur and editor Harikrishna Devasare was born.

➧ 1951: Famous tabla player Zakir Hussain was born.

➧ 1956: India's famous diplomat Shashi Tharoor was born in London, England.

➧ 1959: Barbie Doll, a worldwide girl child favorite, is introduced for the first time at the American Toy Fair in New York.

➧ 1967: Svetlana, the daughter of Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin, left the country and reached the US embassy in New Delhi to seek political asylum.

➧ 1968: India's famous litterateur, poet, writer, satirist and journalist Harishankar Sharma died.

➧ 1969: Sir Hormusji Ferozeshah Modi, a noted Parsi businessman associated with the Tata group and an administrator of India, passed away.

➧ 1973: The people of Northern Ireland voted in favor of being with Britain in a referendum held in the country. Around 57 per cent of voters supported staying with Britain.

➧ 1986: The first satellite-based telephone connectivity network was formally launched.

➧ 1999: Swaraj Paul, a veteran of Indian origin in Britain, was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University of Central Birmingham.

➧ 2004: Pakistan successfully test-fires a 2000-km surface-to-surface 'Shaheen-2' (Hatf-6) missile.

➧ 2005: Thaksin Shinawatra was elected Prime Minister of Thailand for a second term.

➧ 2007: Indian doctors in Britain get legal success on discriminatory migrant rules.

➧ 2020: Italy announces that it is imposing a lockdown due to a spike in COVID-19 cases with 10,040 cases and 630 deaths across the country.

➧ 2020: A national one-day women's strike was held in Mexico to protest the high rate of murder of women (killing more than 10 women every day).

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