Friday, May 7, 2021

History Of 7 May | On This Day In World

History Of 7 May | On This Day In World

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

1663: The Royal Theatre, produced by renowned playwright Thomas Killigrew, debuts in London.

1861: Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore, a famous Bengali poet, storyteller, lyricist, composer, playwright, essayist and painter, was born. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913.

1880: The great Indian Sanskritist and scholar Pandit Pandurang Vaman Kane was born.

1889: Renowned freedom fighter and founder of 'Hindustani Sevadal' N. S. Hardikar was born.

1912: Columbia University approves plan to award Pulitzer Prize in various categories. It was founded by Joseph Pulitzer.

1912: Famous Gujarati litterateur Pannalal Patel was born.

1928: The voting age of women in Britain was reduced from 30 years to 21 years.

1945: Germany's General Alfred Gustav Jodl signs surrender papers and ends the six-year war in Europe. In this regard, official statements were issued in London, Moscow and Washington.

1946: Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita founded Sony Corporation, a Japanese company that makes consumer electronic products.

1952: The concept of integrated circuits was first published in Geoffrey Dummer. It is the basis of all modern computers.

1956: Britain's Foreign Minister rejects all campaigns against smoking, saying that the bad effects of smoking have not yet been revealed.

1973: Work was started to make Itanagar the new capital of the beautiful province of Northeast, Arunachal Pradesh.

1976: Alexander Graham Bell received a patent for his invention, which he named "Telephone".

1982: IBM released version 1.1 of PC-DOS.

2001: Pope John Paul arrived on a historic tour of Syria and was welcomed by thousands of people with arms outstretched.

2002: A MD-82 jet aircraft of Northern Airlines of China caught fire and it crashed into the Bo Hai Sea. All 112 people aboard the plane died in the accident.

2012: Vladimir Putin is sworn in as President of Russia for the third time for a six-year term.

2015: David Cameron again becomes Prime Minister in the UK general election. His Conservative Party got a clear majority.

2020: Bangladesh decides to reopen mosques for public prayers. The Ministry of Religious Affairs announced that the mosques were being reopened in view of the overall situation.

2020: The Chinese government assured that foreign firms would have equal access to government support policies, including land and tax cuts. The Ministry of Commerce of the nation made the announcement.

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