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: Ferdinand Magellan began crossing the Pacific Ocean.
: The Royal Society was formed in London.
: French occupation of Puducherry, a fertile region of eastern India and an important port on the coast of Bay of Bengal.
: The Times of London became the first newspaper to be produced on a steam-powered Printing Press.
: Panama declared its independence from Spain.
: Women’s suffrage in New Zealand concluded with the 1893 New Zealand general election.
: Albania declared its independence from the Ottoman Empire.
: Mauritania gained independence from France.
: NASA’s Mariner-4 spacecraft launched to Mars.
: Jocelyn Bell Burnell and Anthony Hewish first proved the existence of pulsar stars.
: East Timor gained independence from Portugal.
: Indian Prime Minister I.K. Gujral resigned from his post
: William Blake, an English poet, painter, and printmaker.
: Friedrich Engels, a German philosopher, historian, communist, social scientist, sociologist, journalist, political activist, and businessman.
: Henry McMahon, a British Indian Army officer, and diplomat. The famous McMahon line was named after him.
: Chandra Kumar Agarwala, an eminent writer, poet, journalist from Assam.
: Ernst Röhm, a German military officer and an early member of the Nazi Party.
: Malleshappa Madivalappa Kalburgi, an Indian scholar of Vachana Sahitya in the Kannada-language.
: Amar Goswami, a senior journalist, and one of the prominent fiction writers of Hindi literature.
: Sir Alexander Cunningham, a British army engineer.
: James Naismith, a Canadian-American physical educator, inventor of the Basketball.
: Enrico Fermi, Nobel Prize-winning Italian-American physicist.
: K. C. Dey, an Indian Singer, music composer, and actor.
: Pandurang Mahadev Bapat, popularly known as Senapati Bapat, an Indian freedom fighter.
: Enid Blyton, an English children’s writer.
: Hanuman Prasad Mishra, a fiddle player of the Banaras family, winner of the Academy Award.
: Zig Ziglar, American author.