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– The assassination of King Alamgir II of Delhi.
– Sir James Jay invented musty ink.
– Rebellion against the rule of Russia began in Poland.
– Education law came into force in Britain.
– Thomas Edison demonstrated the first phonograph.
– The foundation stone of ‘Glass House’ was laid in Lalbagh Garden, Bengaluru.
– Albania was released from Nazi occupation.
– A uranium mine explosion in East Germany killed 3700 people.
– The world’s first astronaut Yuri Gagarin arrived in India.
– Haryana became the first Indian state to achieve 100% rural electrification.
– World’s largest meter wave radio telescope opened at Narayangaon village in Maharashtra.
– Former South African President Nelson Mandela received the Gandhi Peace Prize.
– ASEAN countries finalized a trade agreement with China.
– Commando operation against terrorists ended after 60 hours in Mumbai.
– The United Nations General Assembly gave Palestine the status of a non-member observer state.
: Syed Ahmad Barelvi, an Indian Muslim revivalist.
: Christian Doppler, an Austrian physicist.
: Sir John Ambrose Fleming, a British physicist.
: Amritlal Vitthaldas Thakkar, popularly known as Thakkar Bappa, an Indian social worker.
: Antonio Moniz, Nobel laureate, and inventor of cerebral angiography.
: Clive Staples Lewis, a British writer, and lay theologian.
: N. S. Krishnan, Indian-Tamil film actor.
: Joey Weeder, co-founder of the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness.
: Joseph Shivers, creator of Spandex.
: Jacques Chirac, the 32nd President of France.
: Lalit Modi, Indian industrialist.
: Younis Khan, a Pakistani cricketer.
: Shekhar Ravjiani, an Indian music director, and record producer.
: Philip IV of France.
: Satguru Ram Singh Ji, the twelfth guru in the Namdhari Sikh lineage.
: J. R. D. Tata, an Indian aviator, entrepreneur, and chairman of Tata Company.
: George Harrison, an English musician, singer, songwriter, and music and film producer.