1768 – Colonel Smith signed a peace agreement with the Nizam of Hyderabad, who had accepted the British power.
1799 – After the French dictator Napoleon Bonaparte became the ruler of Egypt, the French army launched an attack on the evening.
1886 – American chemist and inventor Martin Hale searches for aluminum
1871 – London Conference held in the presence of European governments in the capital of England. The main reason for this was Germany’s victory over France and its growing power day by day.
1940 – Russian armies occupy Lassi Island, located near Greece.
1945 – Kanada’s armies occupy the Kalakar region of Germany.
1945 – USA hovers its flag on Japan-controlled island Evo Jima
1947 – International standardization organization established in the world was established.
1952 – Employees Provident Fund and Miscellaneous Provisions Act has been passed.
1958 – The legendary Argentine great Formula One driver Khuan Manuel Fangio has been kidnapped by two men.
1967 – US forces begin a major offensive in the Vietnam War.
1970 – Guiana became the country’s Republic, and on this day it was declared the national day of this country.
1981 – With the emergence of political uncertainty in Spain, the right-wing army overthrew the administration (not Confirmed).
1998 – Nos. To end the circumvention of biological and chemical weapons investigations. The historic agreement between General Secretary Kofi Annan and Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Tariq Aziz concludes.
1998 – For the first time in the world, replacing calf replica clone no. Ready in the US
2001 – U.S. Senate rejects CTBT, declares release of missile defense system
2003 – Davison of Canada breaks the record of Kapildev’s 1983 created by making World Cup’s fastest century.
2005 – Afghan President Hamid Karzai arrives in India on a three-day visit
2006 – 159 people were killed in ethnic violence in Iraq.
2007 – Pakistan tests Shahin II
2008 – 10 years after production began in Chunar Cement Factory.
2008 – Defense Minister A.K. Antony formally announced the introduction of Jet Trainer Hawk aircraft into the country’s fleet.
2008 – 18 people were injured in an explosion in Colombo.
2009 – Indian archers won three silver medals in the team event in Asian Grand Prix Archery Championship in Bangkok, Thailand’s capital Bangkok.
2010 – Sachin, who scored the first double century scored in 2962 th ODI, won the ODI match by captaining South Africa to Captain Rup Singh Stadium in Gwalior by 153 runs. In reply to the target of 402 runs, the whole team of South Africa were dismissed by 248 runs in the 43rd over.
2010 – India’s famous painter M.F. Hussein was given the citizenship of Qatar.
2014 – 22nd Winter Olympics closing in Sochi city of Russia.
The person born on February 23
1954 – Baba Hardev Singh – The spiritual saint of India and the spiritual guru of the Sant Nirankari Mission.
1969 – An actress of Bhagyashree Hindi films
1982 – Karan Singh, Indian Politician.
1983 – Aziz Ansari, Indian / American comedian
Death on February 23
1468 – Yehun Gotenburg invented the printing machine.
1969 – Vrindavan Lal Verma, historical novelist and essayist
1969 – Indian actress Madhubala dies
1990 – Amrutlal Nagar, Literary World received the highest reputation as a novelist
2004 – Actor, producer, screenplay writer, director and editor of Vijay Anand Hindi films