1739 – Invader Nadir Shah allowed his army to massacre in Delhi. This massacre lasted for 58 days.
1873 – Das practice was abolished in Puerto Rico.
1882 – Fatal Infectious Disease TB was identified. The scientist who discovered this was later awarded the Nobel Prize.
1888 – Establishment of the English Football League.
1890 – Ram Chandra Chatterjee becomes the first person to get off the parachute.
1917 – America is the first country to recognize Russia’s new government.
1923 – First broadcast of Ice Hockey match radio.
1942 – Cripps Mission came under the leadership of Sir Stafford Cripps.
1946 – Britain signed a treaty to liberate Jordan.
1947 – Lord Louis Mountbatten came to India as the last Viceroy.
1954 – The first shopping mall was opened in Southfield, Michigan in the United States.
1956 – In America, anti-apartheid leader Martin Luther King was jailed for opposing a racist law.
1957 – National calendar based on suspicion was accepted.
1958 – Soviet Union conducted nuclear tests in Novaya Jemalia.
1960 – Arthur Leonardo Schwllow and turns hard tovass get the first patent for laser.
1964 – First Vintage Car Rally was brought out in Calcutta (now Calcutta).
1969 – Inauguration of Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited
1977 – Mrs. Indira Gandhi resigned as the Prime Minister.
1978 – France conducted nuclear tests.
1979 – Israel’s parliament recognizes peace treaty with Egypt.
1982 – NASA sends its space shuttle to Columbia on the third mission.
1995 – Russian astronaut Valery Pialikov leaves for Earth after record four-and-a-half-four-mile space space migration
1999 – Oscar Award for Best Makeup for Indian Shekhar Kapur’s ‘Elizabeth’
1999 – King Abdullah of Jordan, officially named his wife Rajani Rania as the queen.
2000 – Inseat 3B was launched from Koro in South America.
2002 – Under the throat of the neck in the UK, a woman with paralyzed body was given the right to die.
2003 – Pakistan Government suspends Saif Cell Competition in view of US strike on Iraq
2003 – Coalition forces occupy the city of Nasiria situated on the banks of the River Euphrates and continued the process of moving forward in Southern Iraq by siege Basra.
2005 – Hikipuneja Pohamba takes the oath of President of Namibia
2007 – Pakistan tests the Huff-7 missile.
2010 – The 14-member committee formed by the Kerala government has recommended the formation of an authority to ask for compensation of 218 crores, confirming environmental degradation from the plant located at Palakkad, Cola and fight for legal battle for it.
2010 – Three people, Manu Kumar, Uday Kumar, in connection with the shooting of the youth engineer Satyendra Dubey in the Golden Quadrilateral project of National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in front of Circuit House in Gaya in Bihar on November 27, 2003. And Pinku Ravidas was convicted by a court in Patna.
Born on March 22
1882 – Munshi Dayanarayan Corporation – Famous reporter and social reformer of Urdu.
1894 – Surya Sen – a famous revolutionary struggling for the independence of India.
1961 – Union Minister of Juhu Uraon, 16th Lok Sabha MP and current tribal affairs
Death on March 22
1971 – Hanuman Prasad Poddar, freedom fighter
1977 – A. Of Gopalan – The famous Communist leader of Kerala and India’s freedom fighter
2007 – Uppalari Gopal Krishnamurthy, Indian philosopher
Important Opportunities and Celebrations of March 22