Tuesday, May 4, 2021

History Of 5 May | On This Day In World

History Of 5 May | On This Day In World


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

1479: Amardas, the third Guru of the Sikhs, was born.

1818: Karl Marx, the great thinker, historian and eminent German economist, was born.

1821: Napoleon Bonaparte, demolishing the Church's hegemony and turning Europe into science and multiculturalism, died.

1912: Fifth Olympic Games begin in Stockholm, Sweden.

1916: Former President of India Giani Zail Singh was born.

1937: Major Hoshiar Singh, an Indian soldier honored with Param Vir Chakra, was born.

1954: The present Chief Minister of Haryana and Bharatiya Janata Party leader Manohar Lal Khattar was born.

1961: America's first astronaut commander Alan Shepard landed in the Atlantic Ocean from his spacecraft. She was taken out of the water by a helicopter and Shepard described her trip as a 'spectacular walk'.

1970: India's famous shooter Samaresh Jung was born.

1975: Pulitzer Prize was given to Michael Shara for the historical novel "Killer Angels".

1980: The Iranian embassy in London is freed from the occupation of some attackers. The British SAS commandos killed five attacking Iranian gunmen and ended the play by detaining one.

2005: Labor Party leader Tony Blair takes over as Prime Minister for the third time in Britain.

2006: Music director Naushad Ali, who is called the magician of music, said goodbye to the world.

2009: Thousands of people in the area were taken to safer places in view of the proposed military action to free Pakistan's Swat Valley from Taliban militants.

2010: A new generation high-capacity sounding rocket developed by ISRO from Sriharikota Space Center in Andhra Pradesh was sent on a test flight. It was said to be the heaviest rocket of all time in indigenous rockets. It used a Scramjet engine module with air breathing technology.

2010: The Supreme Court rejects investigations such as narco analysis, brain mapping or polygraph tests on suspected criminals, terming it a violation of the fundamental right to private liberty.

2012: Japan shut down its nuclear reactor for the first time since 1970 to leave the country without nuclear power.

2017: ISRO successfully launched the South Asia satellite into space.

2019: 4 Israelis and 23 Palestinians killed in violent clashes between Israel and Gaza militants in three days.

2020: China's new Long March 5B carrier rocket made its maiden flight to carry the test version of the country's new generation manned spacecraft and cargo return capsules for testing in space.


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