History – 14 January 2019

Important events of January 14

  • 1514 – Pope Leo X passed the order against slavery.
  • 1641 – United East India Company conquered Malacca city.
  • 1659 – Portugal defeats Spain in the Battle of Elwas.
  • 1758 – The King of England has given the right to possess the property that the East India Company has won in the fight in India.
  • 1760 – French General Laily handed over his colonel Pondicherry to British Captain Ayre Codex.
  • 1761 – Panipat’s third battle took place between the Marathas and Ahmad Shah Abdali.
  • 1784 – USA ratifies peace treaty with Britain.
  • 1809 – England and Spain combine against ‘Napoleon Bonaparte’.
  • 1858 – The plot of the murder of Napoleon III was busted.
  • 1867 – Peru announces war against Spain
  • 1907 – The earthquake in Jamaica destroys Kingston city and killed more than one thousand people.
  • 1912 – Raymond Poincaré becomes the Prime Minister of France.
  • 1914 – Henry Ford uses advanced assembly line technique for the production of Model-T car.
  • 1918 – Former French Prime Minister Joseph Calax was arrested on charges of sedition.
  • 1938 – Sri Ramkrishna Temple of Belur Math has been established.
  • 1942 – A historic conference begins with the same name at the Casablanca port of Morocco during World War II.
  • 1950 – Muhammad Saeed formed the government in Iran.
  • 1954 – Jagadguru Kripalu Maharaj delivered a speech to 500 Hindu scholars for 7 days. He was chosen as the fifth Jagadguru.
  • 1962 – Six people killed in terrorist attacks in Algerian cities
  • 1966 – Indonesia closes its mission in the United Nations.
  • 1974 – World Soccer League was established.
  • 1975 – Soviet Union terminated trade agreement with the United States.
  • 1975 – Anita Wold of Norway creates world record for women’s ski jump with a distance of 98 meters.
  • 1980 – The United Nations General Assembly passed a resolution demanding exodus of foreign troops from Afghanistan.
  • 1982 – Mrs. Indira Gandhi announced a 20-point program.
  • 1985 – Hun Sen elected the Prime Minister of Cambodia.
  • 1986 – The Constitution came into force in Central American country of Guatemala.
  • 1986 – In the Guantanamo, Vincenti Kerzo became the first civilian president in 6 years.
  • 1989 – The festival of Kumbh commenced twelve years after Allahabad.
  • 1992 – Israel launches peace talks with Jordan
  • 1992 – 54 people have been killed after a boat sank in the Baltic Sea of ​​the Pacific.
  • 1994 – For the first time in 300 years, a member of Britain’s royal family adopted Catholicism.
  • 1994 – Becomes a member of the Duchess of Kent Catholic Church in a private service.
  • 1994 – Signing of a nuclear weapons reduction agreement in Moscow by Ukraine, Russia and the United States of America.
  • 1998 – Nearly 50 people have died due to an Afghan cargo crash in Pakistan.
  • 1999 – India’s first state-of-the-art ‘air traffic campus’, dedicated to the nation of Delhi.
  • 1999 – Bultate Touchevt appointed new Prime Minister of Turkey
  • 2000 – Computer Emperor Bill Gates handed Steve Walmer the world’s largest computer software company
  • 2001 – Earthquake in El Salvador, 234 people have been killed.
  • 2001 – In the case of match-fixing, Indian bookie Sanjeev Chawla is released on bail and bail in London.
  • 2002 – China Against Terror in India, India’s Defense Minister George Fernandes said that only after the end of terrorism the army will be eliminated from the border.
  • 2005 – Five militants killed in two encounters in Jammu and Kashmir.
  • 2007 – In Nepal, the Interim Constitution was approved.
  • 2008 – The Tender Assessment Committee of the Uttar Pradesh government has constituted the Jaypee Group to hand over the work of a thousand km long ‘Ganga Expressway Scheme’.
  • 2008 – The main opposition party of France rejects the proposal of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair for the first presidential position of the European Union.
  • 2009 – Government announces the approval of 100 percent foreign investment from the fasileile (copies) versions of foreign papers.
  • 2011 – Tunisia’s President Jaen al-Abidin bin Ali flew out of Saudi Arabia after public protests and revolutions.
  • 2017- Death of at least 24 people in Patna in Bihar’s Ganga river drowning

Born on January 14th

  • 1551 – Abul Fazl – One of Akbar’s navratanas in the Mughal period.
  • 1804 – Famous musician John Park was born
  • 1875 – Famous Vedanti, Music
  • John, the philosopher and Nobel Peace Prize winner Albert Schwitzer was born.
  • 1886 – Manguram – was a social reformer.
  • 1896 – CD Deshmukh, ICS under British rule Official and third finance minister of India after independence.
  • 1905 – Famous Actress of Durga Khote, Hindi and Marathi films.
  • 1918 – Sudhatai Joshi – was the principal leader of freedom struggle for the liberation of the Portuguese from the Portuguese imperialists.
  • 1926 – Writer and social worker Mahasweta Devi was born.
  • 1942 – Yogesh Kumar Sabharwal – 36th Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India
  • 1967 – American actress Emily Watson was born.
  • 1977 – First Indian Narayan Karthikeyan was born in Farrukhawan race.
  • 1979 – West Indian wicket-keeper batsman Darren Ganga was born. He scored 2160 runs in 48 Tests with three centuries. During this, he had 30 catches.

Death on 14th January

  • 1742 – Edmond Haley, England’s most famous astronomer, who introduced the world to Heli Comet, died.
  • Important Events and Celebrations of January 14
  • Makar Sankranti festival Bihu
  • Feast Assam
  • Pongal Tamilnadu (also on Tuesday also).
  • Mrs. Mahasweta Devi Jayanti.