21 January History | Today in history English


21 January History | Today in history English

21 January History | Today in history English

Friends, today we know about the critical events of January 21, as well as know about births and deaths on January 21,

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Born 21  January

1 – Hollywood actor Paul Schofield, who starred in films such as “A Man of All Season” and “Queve Show,” was born in 1922 on the same day.

2 – Oriya language’s famous writer Pratibha Roy was born on the same day in 1943.

3 – West Indian musician Billy Ocean was born on the same day in 1950.

21 January History | Today in history English

Those people who died today

1 – Vladimir Lenin’s death in 1924.

2 – In 1945, the death of eminent lawyer and freedom fighter Ras Bihari Bose.

3 – In 1950, the death of the famous English writer George Orwell

4 – In 1959, the death of the famous scientist Gyan Chandra Ghosh of India

5 – In 1963, the death of a journalist, novelist, editor and story writer Shiv Pujaan Sahay of Hindi literature.

6 – Death of Mrinalini Sarabhai, India’s famous classical dancer in 2016

21 January History | Today in history English

Historical events of January 21

1 – Persia and Sweden signed on the Stockholm Treaty in 1720.

2 – William Hill Brown’s book ‘The Power of Simply’ was published in Boston in 1789.

3 – English alphabet Telegraph’s patent was given to William Cook and Charles Wheelstone in 1840.

4 – Russell Howes patented the envelope folding machine in 1853.

5 – For the first time in 1865, an oil well was drilled with torpedoes.

6 – In Britain, for the first time in 1924, the Labor Party became the government, in which Rex McDonald became Prime Minister.

7 – Albania declared himself a republic in 1925.

8 – The Copyright Act, 1958 has been implemented.

9 – The Nafa region of Assam (North East Frontier Agency) became the Union Territory of Arunachal Pradesh in 1972.

10 – All persons hosted in the US Embassy in Tehran, 1981 were rescued

21 January History | Today in history English

11 – Nearly 400 people died after drowning in 1996 near Indonesia’s Sumatra coast.

12 – In 2000, the first ‘slit liver’ in Asia was transplanted in Hong Kong.

13 – Driverless American reconnaissance aircraft crashed in 2003 in Pakistan

14 – India launched a spy satellite of Israel in 2008 and successfully installed it in Polar Arbit.

15 – Before the 2008 list of ‘Hall of Fame Award’ for the year 2007
Cricketer Imran Khan and Pakistan’s President Pervez Musharraf were named.

16 – In 2009, a training aircraft of the IAF in Bidar in Karnataka was hit by the sun raid.

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