• 1659 – Aurangzeb defeats Shah Shuja in the battle of Khajavah.
  • 1671 – Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj took control of the area from the Mughals.
  • 1691 – The first paper in Europe issued by the Bank of Sweden for the first time. Before that coin was run in Sweden, which was square and large size.
  • 1809 – Durdenal’s agreement between Britain and Ottoman regime happened.
  • 1900 – Ireland’s nationalist leader John Edward Redmond rebelled against British rule.
  • 1905 – Chalce Perín announced the discovery of Jupiter’s seventh satellite Ilaara.1914 – For the first time, the American company Ford introduces the minimum wage to the world by setting a limit of five dollars per day of employees’ allowance.
  • 1933 – Construction of Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco begins.
  • 1941 – Cricketer Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi was born in Bhopal. He played a total of 46 Test matches in his career, out of which he captained the tea in 40 Tests.
  • 1947 – Britain nationalized its coal mines. 1957 – Central Brokerage Tax Act came into effect.
  • 1970 – 15.7% deaths in earthquake of 7.7 in Richter scale in China’s Yunnan province.
  • 1981 – A 35-year-old driver, who was suspected of the serial killings of 13 women in five years, was arrested and presented in a court in East London’s Bradford area.
  • 1993 – The oil tanker named ‘MV Brear’, carrying 85,000 tonnes of crude oil, crashed near the Shetland Islands after being trapped in the storm.
  • 1999 – Victor Jaane, he was nominated the Prime Minister of Peru.
  • 1999 – Establishment of world record holder by Australian captain Mark Taylor holding 157 catches.
  • 2000 – International Football and Statistics Federation announces ‘Pelé’ the Best Player of the Century .
  • 2002 – In the opening session of the SAARC Summit, Kathmandu, Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf extended his hand in friendship with India but Indian Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee said, “Not worth the trust.” .
  • 2003 – 43 soldiers killed in attacks by rebels in Algeria
  • 2006 – India and Nepal extend the period of transit to 3 months.
  • 2007 – External Affairs Minister of Tanzania, Asha Rose Migrro, appointed the Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations.
  • 2008 – The EU (EU) started the election supervision campaign in Pakistan altogether.
  • 2008 – Governor of Pakistan’s Suba-e-Surhad province resigned from his post.
  • 2008 – Uttar Pradesh Trade Tax Act, after the implementation of the VAT Ordinance in Uttar Pradesh, concludes 1948.
  • 2008 – ‘Iron and Steel Research and Development Center’ of ‘Steel Authority of India Limited’ (SAIL) was selected for the ‘Golden Peacock Innovative Products Service Award’ for the year 2008.
  • 2009 – President of National Conference Omar Abdullah sworn in as Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
  • 2010 – In order to return the green cover of barren hills spread across the district by Dungarpur district administration under the ‘Green Rajasthan Campaign’, the campaign of more than 6 lakh plantations done on 11th August and 12th August, 2009 was given in Guinness Book of World Records. Inserted.
  • 2014 – Indian communication satellite GSAT-14 was successfully installed in the classroom. GSAT-14 used in India to manufacture cryogenic engines.

Born on 5th January

  • 1592 – Mughal emperor Shahabuddin Mohammed Shahjahan was born in Lahore (now in Pakistan).
  • 1805 – French historian Agostine Theory was born. Who had become blind in the last years of his life. 1880 – Bainendra Kumar Ghosh – India’s famous freedom fighter and journalist.
  • 1893 – Yoga and spiritual guru Paramahansa Yoganand were born.
  • 1905 – Bhadnath Anand Kausalayan – a famous Buddhist scholar, social reformer, author, and a Pulishya scholar of Pali language.
  • 1934 – Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Murli Manohar Joshi was born.
  • 1938 – John Carlos I – President of Spain.
  • 1941 – Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi – was a famous Indian cricketer.
  • 1955 – West Bengal Chief Minister Mamta Banerjee was born in Calcutta (now Kolkata).
  • 1967- Ashok Kumar Shukla – poet, litterateur

Died on 5th January

  • 1890 – Gyanendra Mohan Tagore – A known advocate of his time.
  • 1919 – Ireland’s famous sailor Arneste Henry Shekletton dies
  • 1952 -Lord Linlithgow – British Raj

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