Important events of January 15 in the world History for January 15 historical events

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Important events of January 15 in the world History for January 15 historical events

Important events recorded in history on January 15 Today, on January 15, what had happened in the country and the world, what big events had happened that left an impact on the pages of history. You will know that, on this day, we will talk more about the special people born, those who went away from the world on this day.
 
What big events happened that left an impact on the pages of history. You will know that, on this day, we will talk more about the special people born, those who went away from the world on this day.

Important events of January 15 in the world History for January 15 historical events

2020 - ICC selected Rohit Sharma (limited overs format) of the Indian cricket team as the best ODI cricketer of the year.

Virat Kohli was voted the ICC Spirit of Cricket Award of the Year .

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev resigned from his post with his cabinet.

IPS officer Anand Prakash Maheshwari took over as the new Director General of the Central Reserve Police Force, the world s largest paramilitary force.

India Meteorological Department celebrated its 145th Foundation Day. The day was celebrated by the Ministry of Earth Sciences.

 
2008 - Board of Gas Authority of India Limited (GAIL), a public sector company, approved the project for laying gas pipeline from Dabhol to Bangalore in Maharashtra.
 
2001: Today is the birthday of Wikipedia. Today, in 2001, Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger started Wikipedia
 
2016: 28 people were killed and 56 injured in a terrorist attack at the hotel in Ogadogu in the West African country of Burkina Faso.
 
2013: 83 people killed and 150 injured in rocket attack at Aleppo University, Syria.
 
2009: Dada Saheb Phalke Award winner and film producer Tapan Sinha passed away.
 
2008: The India-China border dispute was discussed during Prime Minister Manmohan Singh s visit to China.
 
2008: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati laid the foundation stone of the -Ganga Expressway Project.
 
2006: The British High Court orders the lifting of the ban on two bank accounts of Quattrocchi. Quattrocchi was an accused in the Bofors scam.
 
1999: The first world leader to sign the -Anne Frank Manifesto- became Kofi Annan, the Secretary-General of the United Nations.
 
1992: Bulgaria recognizes Macedonia, the Balkan country.
 
1975: Portugal signs agreement for independence of Angola.
 
1965: Establishment of Food Corporation of India.
 
1949: KM Cariappa became the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army. Since then, 15 January has been celebrated as Army Day.
 
1759: British Museum is established at Monteguve House in London.
 
1949- KM Cariappa took over as the first Commander-in-Chief of the Indian Army from General Roy Butcher, the last British top commander of the Indian Army of the British Raj. From that day 15 January is celebrated as Army Day.

Born on 15 January - Born on 15th January

Born in 1856 to Ashwini Kumar Dutt who was a famous politician, social worker and patriot of India.
 
The revolutionary Yashwant Agrawadekar was born in 1918. It is believed that he was a very dangerous revolutionary of the Gomantak Dal.
 
Born in 1921 to Babasaheb Bhonsle who was a politician.
 
Bhanupriya is an actress who was born in 1957.
 
Neil Nitin Mukesh is an actor born in 1982.
 
Born Saifuddin Kichlu in 1888 who was a freedom fighter from Punjab.
 
Born in 1938 to Chuni Goswami who is a famous Indian footballer.
 

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