1613- Michael Romarov became the Jar of Russia and since then the rule of the Romanov lineage was established.
1795- The Dutch handed over to the Ceylon, Sri Lankan Englishmen.
1842 – In the US, John Greenoff got patent rights for sewing machine.
1848 – Karl Marx and Frederick Engels publish the Communist Party’s manifesto.
1878 – The first telephone directory was released in the United States of Connecticut.
1914 – Battle of Bardun begins
1916 – During the First World War a terrible war broke out between Germany and France. This battle is famous as Waron War.
1919 – Bawareva’s Prime Minister Kirtirjanar was killed in Munich.
1919 – Revolution in Barcelona.
1925 – Publication of the first edition of New Yorker Magazine.
1943 – UK Naresh George VI honors Russians.
1946 – Protests against Britain in Egypt
1948 – Constitution of independent India was drafted before the Speaker of the Constituent Assembly.
1952 – Police opened fire on protesters in Dhaka (at that time in East Pakistan) when they were demanding Bangla as official language status. Later it was granted official status and since then in Bangladesh this day was celebrated as a memorial of language movement. UNESCO announced it later International Mother Language Day.
1958 – The people of Egypt and Syria voted in favor of making the United Arab Republic together with these two countries in a referendum.
1959 – Establishment of Press Club of India in New Delhi.
1963 – The Soviet Union warns the United States that the attack on Cuba can turn into a world war.
1965 – Malcolm X, the well-known struggler of America, was killed by a suspected group of this country.
1972 – US President Richard Nixon visits China
1973 – In the Sinai Desert, Israeli fighter aircraft killed Libyan Arab Airlines plane-114, which killed 108 people in it.
1974 – Yugoslavia accepted the Constitution.
1975 – National Human Rights Commission condemns Israel for suppressive action in authorized Arab areas.
1981 – NASA launches satellite comster-4
1986 – The South African Government opened for Johannesburg and Durban blacks.
1990 – Prime Minister of Cambodia Hun Sen pays peace talks with Prince Sinhanuk in Bangkok.
1991 – In Albania, the President announced the formation of a new government after police rebellion.
1992 – China allows foreigners to work in Shanghai stock market.
1996 – With the help of pictures sent by Hubble Space, the existence of ‘black hole’ is revealed.
1996 – Spacecraft installed in Soyuz TM-23 class.
1998 – S. No. Security Council allowed Iraq to sell 5.2 billion dollars of oil
1999 – Former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee and former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif signed the Lahore manifesto.
2000 – 52-year-old Indian-origin Ujjal Dosanjh becomes the new Chief Minister of British Columbia (Premier) in Canada.
2001 – Ehuk Barak’s alliance in Israel denies joining government, declares politics to leave
2001 – Completion of the millennium of millennium
2004 – Sania Mirza WTA at Lawn Tennis Became the first Indian female player to win the title.
2005 – Residents of Spain have widely supported the constitution of the European Union in referendum.
2008 – Anil Ambani’s Reliance Communications acquires Ugandan company Anupam Global Soft.
2008 – Private airlines of India Jet Airways combines strategic alliances with Air Canada.
2008 – Pakistan People’s Party leader Asif Ali Zardari and Muslim League (N) leader and former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif joined hands
2009 – Hindustan Motors reduces the salary of its management
2010 – Saudi Arabia’s government decides to bring legislation to allow women to advocate This law will give women the right to lobby for cases related to family divorced divorce.
2010 – India’s first in badminton and seventh world’s best woman player Saina Nehwal defeated world number eight player Zhou Mi 14-21, 21-10, 23-21 in 50 minutes. At the same time, the Indian team defeated Hong Kong 3-2 in their first match in the Uber Cup (Asia Zone Qualifier) being played in Narkonarachshima, Thailand.
2013 – India 17 people were killed and 119 injured in serial bomb blasts in Hyderabad.
The person born on February 21
1904 – Alexei Kozeigin – the Prime Minister of the Soviet Union.
1907 – Birth of English language poet Aden.
1862 – Renowned poet and journalist of Urdu language, Munshi Mehboob Alam was born.
1878 – The Mother Mirra Alphasasa, Indian spiritual leader (Not Confirm)
1894 – Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar – Famous scientist of India.
1896 – Suryakanti Tripathi is uniquely, a poet, novelist, essayist, and storyteller (differences).
1923 – Vishwanath Narayan Lavande – was the chief leader and freedom fighter of ‘Goa Mukti Sangram’.
1952 – T.R. Jailiang – 10th Chief Minister of Nagaland.
1980 – Pratibha Sureshwarn, Indian racing driver.
1980 – Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuk – The fifth King of Bhutan.
Death on February 21
1829 – Rani Chennamma – Like the Queen Laxmibai of Jhansi, Veeranganga of Karnataka and freedom fighter.
1970 – Hari Vinayak Pataskar – Former Indian politician and former Governor of Madhya Pradesh.
1991 – Nutan, the most famous actress of Hindi cinema (born 1936).
1998 – Om Prakash, the famous character actor of Indian cinema.
Important Events and Festivals of February 21
international Mother Tongue Day.
Rajasthani language day.
The great scientist Mr. Shanti Swat Bhatnagar Jayanti.