Wednesday, September 22, 2021

History Of 22 September | On This Day In World

History Of 22 September | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 22 September are as follows: -

➧ 1539: Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the first Guru of the Sikh community, passed away in Kartarpur, Punjab. He was the founder of Sikhism.

➧ 1791: Physicist and chemist Michael Faraday was born. As a chemist, Faraday discovered benzene, investigated the clathrate hydrate of chlorine, invented an early form of the Bunsen burner and the system of oxidation numbers, and popularised terminology such as "anode", "cathode", "electrode" and "ion".

➧ 1792: The establishment of the French Republic was announced.

➧ 1869: Indian social reformer V. S. Srinivasa Sastri was born.

➧ 1903: Italo Marchioni, a US citizen, was granted a patent for an ice cream cone.

➧ 1950: Pawan Kumar Chamling, the chief minister of the Indian state of Sikkim and the founder of the political party 'Sikkim Democratic Front', was born.

➧ 1955: Commercialization of television began in Britain.

➧ 1965: In the war between India and Pakistan, there was a ceasefire on the initiative of the United Nations.

➧ 1966: The American spacecraft 'Surveyor 2' collided with the surface of the Moon.

➧ 1980: After three weeks of sporadic skirmishes between Iran and Iraq, a long war started between these two countries of West Asia.

➧ 1988: The publication of National Geographic magazine was started.

➧ 2002: France sent its army to Ivory Coast.

➧ 2006: The Atlantis space craft, which went on a construction mission to the International Space Station, landed safely at the Kennedy Space Center in the US.

➧ 2007: Seven cave-like figures on Mars were discovered by NASA's Aircraft.

➧ 2011: Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, the captain of the Indian cricket team and the Nawab of Pataudi, passed away.

➧ 2011: The Planning Commission of India, in an affidavit filed in the Supreme Court, refused to consider a person who spends Rs 965 per month in cities and Rs 781 in villages as poor, saying they are ineligible for government facilities available to families below the poverty line. .

➧ 2018: Singer Rihanna was appointed as an ambassador to Barbados.

➧ 2019: During the program "Howdy, Modi!", US President Donald Trump had a big rally for Indian PM Narendra Modi in Houston, Texas.

➧ 2020: Lok Sabha passed the Jammu and Kashmir Official Language Bill, 2020 amid opposition protests. The bill declared Dogri, Kashmiri and Hindi as official languages ​​of the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, apart from Urdu and English.

➧ 2020: The India-UK Water Partnership Forum was organized to discuss issues related to water conservation and infrastructure development. Its inaugural address was given by Gaitri Issar Kumar, Indian High Commissioner to the United Kingdom. A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Ganga and British Waters during the forum.

➧ 2020: Parliament passed bills related to the Central Council of Homeopathy and the Central Council of Indian Medicine. The Homeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Bill, 2020 aims to get a 1-year extension for setting up a Central Council of Homeopathy after the 2-year deadline expires.

➧ 2020: Parliament had passed the Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT) (Amendment) Bill 2020. The Bill declares five more IIITs as institutions of national importance in the Public Private Partnership (PPP) mode.

➧ 2020: The Supreme Court ruled that the right to protest is not an absolute right; It is subject to certain restrictions. The court had observed that though citizens have a right to protest, there has to be a balance between protest and the right to mobility for others.

➧ 2020: Rajya Sabha passed the Indian Institute of Information Technology Laws (Amendment) Bill, 2020 in New Delhi. The Indian Institutes of Information Technology Act 2014 and the Indian Institutes of Information Technology (Public-Private Partnership) Act, 2017 are unique initiatives of the Government of India.

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