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15 October historical events in english

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15 October historical events

15 October historical events in English

15 October historical events

Friends, today we know about the critical events of October 15, as well as know about births and deaths on October 15,

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Born 15 October

1 – Mughal ruler Akbar was born in 1542.

2 – The creator of the famous novel The Godfather, Mario Gianluigi Pujo, was born in 1920.

3 – The Italian Catholic priest Luizi Jissani was born in 1922.

4 – Famous composer (Shankar Jaakishan) Shankar was born in 1922

5 – India’s 11th President Abdul Kalam was born in 1931.

6 – Raman Singh, the famous politician and the second Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh, was born in 1952.

7 – Indian director Meera Nayar was born in 1957.

15 October historical events

Those people who died today

1 – A scholar of Medieval India and famous poet Fazi of Persian, died in 1595.

2 – A poet, novelist, author and story writer Suryakant Tripathi, Nirala passed away in 1961.

3 – Padma Bhushan, a famous painter and sculptor, Devi Prasad Rai Chaudhary, died in 1975.

4 – Durga Bhati passed away in 1999 in the freedom struggle of India, the principal ally of the revolutionaries.

5 – King Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia died in 2012.

15 October historical events

Historical events of October 15

1 – The Mughal ruler Aurangzeb signed a peace agreement with Bijapur in 1686.

2 – Battle between the forces of France and France began in 1806. This one day before, Napoleon had defeated Prose’s army in a six-day war.

3 – Napoleon Bonaparte reached St. Helena Island in 1815 to lead an exiled life after the defeat.

4 – The French-dominated area located in Quebec, after burning a massive fire in 1866, burned 2500 houses.

5 – In 1894, the case of Alfred Dress began in Paris. He is of Jewish origin

6 – The officer on which the lawsuit, which became the most famous event of France in the 19th century.

7 – During the First World War, the Dutch’s famous dancer Mata Hari was shot in 1917 by French troops for spying for Germany.

8 – The fifth tropical storm of the year came to the north of the Leeward Islands in 1923.

9 – US President Calvin Coolidge declared the Statue of Liberty a national monument in 1924.

15 October historical events

10 – Tata company first started the country’s first airline named Tata Sons Limited in 1932.

11 – First flight of Tata Airlines (which later became Air India) filled 1935.

12 – Tripura State was incorporated in India in 1949.

13 – The Egyptian Parliament stamped the decision to cancel the Suez Canal Agreement in 1951.

14 – African countries Tunisia ended diplomatic relations with Egypt in 1958.

15 – Retirement of Soviet Union leader Nikita Khrushchev surprised the whole world in 1964.

16 – The President of Anwar Sadat Misra was elected to the 1970’s.

17 – The Soviet Union conducted a nuclear test in the eastern Kazakhstan region in 1978.

18 – Ujjwala Patil became the first woman in Asia to travel all over the world in 1988.

19 – President of the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990.

15 October historical events

20 – Fiji is the first country to ratify the comprehensive test ban treaty, 1996.

21 – Arundhati Roy was selected in 1997 for Britain’s most prestigious Booker Prize for her novel ‘The God of Small Things.’

22 – India’s Fatima B was awarded the United Nations Award for the Elimination of Poverty.

23 – China successfully test-fired a missile called ‘DF-41 ICBM’ that killed more than 12 thousand kilometres in 1999, appointed Gen Joseph Rolston NATO’s supreme vice commander.

24 – The United Nations banned North Korea in 2006.

25 – Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to American economists three-time Leonid Harvick, Eric Maskin and Roger Myerson in 2007.

26 – Reserve Bank announced a reduction in CRR of one percent in 2008. Arvind Adiig was given the Booker Prize of 2008 for his book ‘The High Tiger.’

15 October historical events

27 – British author Hillary Mantel was awarded the Man Booker Prize for 2012 in his novel “Bring Up the Buddies.”

28 – 2013 deaths in more than 215 earthquakes in the Philippines with a 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

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