On this day, in 1681, the East India Company announced to make Bengal a separate significant state, and Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of the beloved and independent India of children, was born on this day in 1889. Children’s day is celebrated on this day, read the history of today’s day.
In 1907, the famous Hindi litterateur Harivansh Rai Bachchan was born.
In 1917, the famous Hindi litterateur Gajanan Madhav Muktibodh was born.
In 1935, Birth of ruler Shah Hussain (from 1953 to 1999) who played a leading role in the creation of modern Jordan.
In 1948,Birth of Prince Charles. He was the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth and King Philip.
In 1969, Apollo-12, carrying three astronauts, reached the moon crossing the infinite depths of the sky.
In 1973 British Princess Anne married Lieutenant Mark Phillips. Earlier this had not happened in the royal house.
In 1991, the US blamed and demanded two Libyan spies for the Lockerbie attack.
In 2002, Chinese President Jiang Zemin resigned from his post.
In 2006, India and Pakistan Foreign Secretary agreed to develop an anti-terrorism mechanism in New Delhi.
In 2007, the Danish Prime Minister André Fag Rasmussen took charge for the third consecutive time.
In 2008, the Moon Impact probe landed on the moon’s surface.
In 2010, India’s famous Gandhian economist Laxmichand Jain died.
In 2013, famous child litterateur and editor Harikrishna Devasare died.