Important events of February 11

  • 660 BC – Japan’s first dictator Eu sitting on the throne. Thus, the world’s longest-running monarchy system was established.
  • 1543 – Agreement between France and France between England and Rome
  • 1613 – Mughal ruler Jehangir allowed the East India Company to plant a factory in Surat.
  • 1720 – Peace agreement between Sweden and Prussia / Iran
  • 1793 – The forces of Iran / Prussia occupy the Venezuela in the Netherlands.
  • 1794 – The Senate session of the United States opened for the first time to the general public.
  • 1798 – France occupy Rome.
  • 1814 – European country Norway announced independence.
  • 1826 – London University was established in the name of ‘University College London’.
  • 1856 – East India Company occupied Awadh.
  • 1889 – Meiji Constitution adopted in Japan
  • 1916 – Emma Goldman was arrested for giving speech on berth control.
  • 1919 – Friedrich Ebert elected President of Germany
  • 1922 – Nine countries signed a treaty in Washington to give China the independence.
  • 1929 – Independent Beticolan City was established under the Treaty of the Lateran.
  • 1933 – The publication of Gandhiji’s Harijan Weekly was started.
  • 1944 – German army reopens Italy’s Aprilia.
  • 1953 – The Soviet Union ended political relations with Israel.
  • 1955 – Newspaper publication for the first time in India has been published.
  • 1959 – Indian cricketer Venu Mankand played against his last Test West Indies in Delhi.
  • 1963 – US recognizes Iraq’s new government
  • 1964 – The battle between Greek and Ottoman beginnings
  • 1964 – Taiwan ends its political relationship with France
  • 1968 – Communist soldiers buried in mass killing three hundred civilians massively in south Vietnam
  • 1974 – Mohamed Oul elected the President of Bangladesh.
  • 1975 – Magaret Thatcher’s election as the first female leader of the British Conservative Party.
  • 1978 – China removes restrictions on the compositions of Aristotle, Shakespeare and Dickens.
  • 1979 – Iran’s Prime Minister resigns and occupies the power of Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
  • 1986 – Nissan Jews released Anatoly Sharasky nine years later from Soviet prison
  • 1990 – Nelson Mandela, the black and great leader of South Africa, gets 27 (28 years old) also released after a long year of imprisonment.
  • 1992 – In Algeria, security forces recovered huge amounts of weapons including the arrest of four Muslim guerrillas.
  • 1992 – J.K.L.F. The plan to enter the Kashmir valley is unsuccessful.
  • 1997 – Indian astrophysicist Jayant V Narlikar honored with UNESCO’s ‘Kalinga Award’ of 1996.
  • 1998 – Six members of the International Gangs were killed in an island of Andaman under Operation Beach and 74 were arrested.
  • 1999 – China announces the purchase of 20 Sukhoi fighter aircraft from Russia.
  • 1999 – American MP Sherwood Brown appointed the President of ‘India Converse Health Care’.
  • 2001 – A Dutch computer programmer launches the Anna Kurnikova virus, which affected millions of e-mails.
  • 2003 – Shane Warne returns home after being caught in the Dope Test.
  • 2003 – 20 people, including three Indians, were killed in a stampede during Haj.
  • 2005 – Due to heavy rainfall in Pakistan, the dam collapses, more than 100 dead.
  • 2007 – American Aluminum firm Knowles acquisition by Hindalco
  • 2008 – Prime Minister Victor Zubkov of Russia arrives in India on a two-day visit.
  • 2008 – The rebel soldiers of East Timor shot and wounded the country’s President José Ramos.
  • 2009 – Saraswati honors have been announced to the famous writer of Assamese Dr. Laxmi Nandan Bora.
  • 2010 – India’s Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Srikumar Banerjee and British High Commissioner Richard Stag sign a joint declaration on Indo-UK civil nuclear agreement.
  • 2000 – Golden Bears Award for Honey in the 60th Berlin International Film Festival
  • 2011 – President Hosni Mubarak resigns due to the Egyptian revolution.
  • 2013 – 18 khaki workers were killed in the blast in Komi area of ​​Russia.
  • 2018 – Saratov Airlines’s plane crashed in Russia 703, in which 71 people died.

The person born on February 11

  • 1750 – Tilka Manjhi – The first martyr of ‘Indian Independence War’
  • 1847 – Alva Edison was born on the basis of a strong mind, giving many unsurpassed things to the world.
  • 1874 – American inventor Thomas Elva Edison was born.
  • 1901 – Damodar Swarup Seth – Indian Revolutionary.
  • 1917 – Sidney Sheldon, one of the most widely read writers in the world, was born.
  • 1917 – T Nagi Reddy – Indian Revolutionary (Death – 1976).

Death on February 11

  • 1942 – Jamnalal Bajaj – freedom fighter, industrialist and anthropologist
  • 1945 – Harikrishna ‘Jauhar’ – One of the earliest novel writers of Hindi.
  • 1968 – Jan Sangh founder, writer, journalist Pandit Din Dayal Upadhyay was killed in Mughalsarai.
  • 1977 – Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, the fifth President of India
  • 1989 – Pandit Narendra Sharma, renowned poet, writer and editor of Hindi.
  • 1993 – Kamal Amrohi, Famous Film Producer-Director
  • 2015 – Vishnu Virat – Saras Geeta – Dohakar and reputed scholars of Hindi and Braj.

Important Events and Festivals of February 11

  • Lord Devnarayan Jayanti (yesterday also on Tuesday).
  •  Shri Vishweshwaranand Jayanti
  •  Krantikari Tilka Maanjhi Jayanti
  • Pt Deendayal Upadhyay Memorial Day.
  •  Former President Fakhruddin Ali Ahmad Memorial Day

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