1 February History | Today in history English

1 February History | Today in history English

1 February History | Today in history English

Friends, today we know about the critical events of February 1, as well as know about births and deaths on February 1,

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Born 1 February

1 – Actor Avatar Kishan Hangal was born in 1914.

2 – In 1955, the famous wrestling wrestler Satpal Singh was born.

3 – In 1956 Indian film actor Brahmandan was born.

4 – In 1957 film actor Jackie Shroff was born.

5 – In 1967, Indian politician Sisupal Nathu Patale was born.

6 – In 1971, Indian cricketer Ajay Jadeja was born.

7 – In 1915 Shambhunath Dey was born of Indian scientist who did research work on cholera bacteria.

8 – In 1861, Indian freedom fighter Brahma Bandh Upadhyay was born.

1 February History | Today in history English

Those people who died today

1 – In 1882, the first Indian, Nain Singh Rawat, who died in search of Himalayan areas, died.

2 – In 1969, famous Gandhian thinker and educationist, Magan Bhai Desai passed away.

3 – In 2003, Kalpana Chawla, the first Indian-American astronaut, passed away.

1 February History | Today in history English

Historical events of February 1

1 – Lord Cornwallis became Governor General of India in 1786.

2 – The ‘Supreme Court of the United States’ was first organized in 1790 in New York City.

3 – France on the ‘United Kingdom’ and the Netherlands announced the war in 1793.

4 – Lord Cornwallis took oath as governor-general of Bengal in 1797.

5 – The volcano erupted in 1814 in the Philippines, about 1,200 people were killed.

6 – The Calcutta Bengal Club was established in 1827.

7 – ‘Girolami practice’ was concluded in 1835 in Mauritius.

8 – Duly inaugurated East India Railway in 1855.

9 – St. Stephen’s College, Delhi’s oldest college, was founded in 1881.

10 – Postal insurance scheme came into force in 1884.

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11 – In 1884, the publication of the first volume of ‘Oxford English Dictionary’ ‘A to Aunt’

12 – In 1908 AD, King Carlos I of Portugal was murdered in Lisbon along with his son.

13 – In 1922 Mahatma Gandhi gave information to the Viceroy of India to accelerate the non-cooperation movement.

14 – U.S.SR In 1924, the United Kingdom was recognized.
The Times first published Crossword Puzzles in 1930.

15 – The Norwegian leader, Trager Lee, was elected the first Secretary-General of the United Nations in 1946.

16 – ‘Press Trust of India’ acquired ‘Associated Press of India’ in 1949.

17 – South Africa sought the recall of employees of the consulate in the Soviet Union in 1956.

18 – Syria and Egypt were merged in ‘United Arab Republic’ in 1958, which remained till 1961.

19 – The ‘Unit Trust’ in India was established in 1964.

20 – ‘Indian International Aircraft Falling Authority’ was formed in 1972.

1 February History | Today in history English

21 – ‘National Dialogue Committee News’ was formed in 1976.

22 – ‘Indian Coast Guard’ was formed in 1977.

23 – India’s first National Rail Museum, Delhi was established in 1977.

24 – After spending 15 years of exile, Ayatollah Khomeini’s arrival in Iran in 1979.

25 – Mohammad Azharuddin made a century in Kanpur in 1985 and earned a world record for three consecutive Tests in three Tests.

26 – About 1000 people died in the 1991 earthquake in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

27 – Bhopal Chief Justice declared in 1992 the former Union of Union Carbide Warren Anderson Fugitive.

28 – Union Territory Delhi was given the new name ‘National Capital Region Delhi’ in 1992.

29 – Peter Korda won the Australian Open Tennis Championship title in 1998 by defeating Marcelo Rios.

30 – Organized in 1999 in Tangi (Bangladesh) of the International Islamic Synod.

31 -In 2000, scientists at the Los Angeles National Laboratory in New Mexico announced the origin of Edz bacteria.1 February History | Today in 1

1 February History | Today in history English

32 – American journalist Daniel Pearl murdered in 2002 by terrorists.

33 – While returning from space, in the ‘Colombia Yan Accident’ in 2003, seven astronauts, including Kalpana Chawla, of India were killed.

34 – Around 300 people were killed and 250 injured in a stampede during the Haj pilgrimage in 2004 in Saudi Arabia.

35 – King Gyanendra removed Prime Minister Sherbahadur Deuba in 2005 and took over all the executive powers for three years.

36 – The United States announced a ten-year ‘American competitive plan’ in 2006.

37 – IFFCO decided to set up a joint venture with Jordanian company JPM in 2007.

38 – India defeated New Zealand 2-0 in 2009 in the ‘Punjab Gold Cup Hockey Tournament’ of four countries.

39 – India’s Mahesh Bhupathi and Sania Mirza won the Mixed Doubles for the first time in 2009 in Melbourne, Australia.

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