17 December History | Historical events English

17 December History | Historical events English

17 December History | Historical events English

Friends, today we know about the critical events of December 17, as well as know about births and deaths on December 17,


Born 17 December

1 – Rahim, the famous poet of the court of Emperor Akbar, was born in 1556.

2 – Revolutionary writer, historian, and journalist Sakharam Ganesh Deoskar were born in 1869.

3 – India’s first Muslim Chief Justice, he was born in 1905, the first acting President of India, Muhammad Hidayatullah.

4 – American engineer and urban planner Alan Wuriez was born in 1922.

5 – Indian film actor John Abraham was born in 1972.

6 – Writer and thinker Lalit Shukla was born in 1994.

17 December History | Historical events English

Those people who died today

1 – Mughal emperor Jahangir’s wife Noorjahan passed away in 1645.

2 – Rajendranath Lahiri, one of the famous revolutionaries of India, died in 1927.

3 – Famous Indian freedom fighter, Gandhian and journalist Bhograjju Pattabhi Sitaramaiya died in 1959.

17 December History | Historical events English

Historical events of December 17

1 – Mongol Emperor Timurlong captured Delhi in 1398.

2- Mughal emperor Jahangir’s wife Noorjahan Begum passed away in 1645.

3- Chief of Banda Bahadur Baraiagi surrendered in front of the Mughals in Gurudaspur in 1715.

4 – France recognized American independence in 1777.

5- After a long struggle between the Marathas and the Portuguese, in 1779, the Maratha government handed over the revenue of some Rs 12,000 to some of the villages in the state to ensure friendships.

6 – Dictator Napoleon Bonaparte of France issued the historical order of Milan in 1807.

7 – Wright brothers flew ‘The Flyer’ in 1903 for the first time. This 12-second flight brought revolution in the world.

8 – Again Wangchuk became the first hereditary king of Bhutan in 1907.

9 – The Austrian army defeated the Russian army in 1914 in Limnos, Poland.

17 December History | Historical events English

10 – Turkish officials were expelled from Tel Aviv in 1914.

11 – The Soviet Union and Turkey signed the agreement in 1925 to not attack each other.

12 – Australian great Bradman Sir Don Bradman played a magnificent 118 in his first match in 1927.

13 – A significant revolutionary of India, Rajendranath Lahiri, was hanged on hanging in Gonda jail two days before the scheduled date in 1927 by the British government.

14 – Bhagat Singh, Rajguru and Sukhdev murdered Sanders who charged the lathi charge in 1928 for avenging the killing of Lala Lajpat Rai.

15 – It is essential in the history of India. On this day, the dream of Prof. Prashant Chandra Mahalanobis came to an end and the ‘Indian Statistical Institute’ was established in Kolkata in 1931.

16 – India’s legendary cricketer Lala Amarnath played a great inning of 118 runs in his debut Test match in 1933.

17 – German chemist Otto Han discovered the nuclear fragmentation of uranium in 1938.

17 December History | Historical events English

18 – Mahatma Gandhi postponed the personal satyagraha movement in 1940.

19-Burma (now Myanmar) recognized Communist China in 1949.
End of Indo-Pak war in 1971.

20 – The Zionist regime has dismissed the country’s 415 members of Hamas’s Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas on the pretext of the assassination of one of its Border Security Force personnel in 1992.

21 – In the year 1996, the National Football League was inaugurated.

22 – American and British bomb years, in 1998 bombarded Iraq with ‘Operation Desert Fax.’

23 – The Hotline resumed in the Headquarters of the Army Headquarters of India and Pakistan, Mirco Sarovic, leader of the Nationalist All Democratic Party, took the oath of office in Bosnia in 2000.

24 – Turkey backed India on the Kashmir issue in 2002.

25 – King Jig Sigma Wanchuk of Bhutan was removed from power in 2005.

17 December History | Historical events English

26 – Sheila Dikshit took oath as Chief Minister of Delhi in 2008.

27 – The Central Government announced in 2008 a new promotion policy for promotions in the government forces.

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