History Of 15 January : Which Includes Major Events Of Country and Foreign.
Today you are going to tell about the interesting History Of January 15, in which the major events of the country and abroad are included. So let’s know about the main events of January 15.
British Museum at Montague Way House in London:
In 1759, the Montagueway House of London was founded by the British Museum, considered to be one of the world’s greatest human history and museums of civilization.
1784, William Jones:
In 1784, William Jones founded the Asiatic Society of Bengal in Fort William, Calcutta.
1934, earthquake in Nepal and India:
In 1934, there was a tremendous earthquake in Nepal and India and about 18 thousand people were known in it.
January 15 it is celebrated as Army Day:
In 1949, KM Cariappa took over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army, with the last British Chief of the Indian Army, General Roy Butcher, of the British Raj. From that day on January 15 it is celebrated as Army Day.
- The Indian Food Corporation was established in 1965.
- Portugal signed the agreement for the independence of Angola in 1975.
- In 1988, former India bowler Narendra Hirwani took 16 wickets in his first Test match against the West Indies, his historic achievement.
- Bulgaria recognized the country of Balkans in 1992 in Bulgaria.
- In Bangladesh, the summit of Bangladesh in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan summit started in 1998.
- The British High Court ordered the ban on Quattrocchi’s two bank accounts in 2006.
- In 2007, the former Iraqi court chief and Saddam Hussein’s half-brother were sent to the gallows.
Famous person born on 15th January:
- 1856 – Ashwini Kumar Dutt – famous Indian politician, social worker and patriot of India
- 1921 – Baba Saheb Bhosale – Politician (death 1907)
- 1956 – Mayawati – politician 1957 – Bhanupriya actress
- 1982 – Neil Nitin Mukesh actor
- 1888 – Saifuddin Kichloo – freedom fighter of Punjab