Historical events 17 January in the history of the world celebrity birthdays

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Historical events 17 January in the history of the world celebrity birthdays

The 365 days of the year are 365 pages of a history book and each page records good bad events of that date. In this sense, this 17th day of the year is also no exception. Many important events took place on this day, which became a part of history. The first meeting of the Security Council, the flagship unit of the United Nations, the highest body known as the guardian of peace and security in the world, took place on 17 January 1946 and made this day a part of history.

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Historical events 17 January in the history of the world celebrity birthdays

2009 - General Secretary of the Indian Olympic Association Randhir Singh resigned from his post.

2010 - The Supreme Court of India has given a pro-active definition of the right to self-defense in the event of an unlawful assault, saying that those who follow the law need not remain cowardly. Its two-member bench set a 10-point directive on the right to self-defense, stating that under these circumstances a person cannot be criminalized, even if he had caused the attacker s life.

2020: Former Indian cricketer Bapu Nadkarni died.

2014: Death of actress Suchitra Sen. Suchitra, who has worked in Hindi and Bengali films, was the mother of actress Munmun Sen.

2007: Australian cricketer Michael Bevan retired from international cricket.

1979: Soviet Union conducts nuclear test.

1946: The first meeting of the United Nations Security Council takes place.

1945: Birth of script writer and lyricist of Hindi films Javed Akhtar.

1943: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President Franklin Roosevelt met in Morocco during World War II.

1942: Former heavyweight champion Amariki boxer Mohammad Ali was born.

1941: Subhash Chandra Bose left the British guard and left for Germany.

1918: Famous filmmaker Direction Kamal Amrohi was born.

1917: US bought three Iceland - St. Thomas, St. John and St. Croix for $ 25 million.

1706: American writer Benjamin Franklin was born.

 

1595: King Henry IV of France declares war against Spain

1895 - French President Casimir Perrier resigns.

1913 - Raymond Poincaré is elected President of France.

1941 - Subhash Chandra Bose quietly departs from the British guard and leaves for Germany.

1945 - Soviet Army arrives in Warsaw, the capital of Poland, at the end of World War II.

1946 - First meeting of United Nations Security Council takes place.

1945: Birth of Hindi film lyricist and screenwriter Javed Akhtar.

1946: First meeting of the United Nations Security Council.

1948: Netherlands and Indonesia agree on ceasefire.

1987: Tata Football Academy launched.


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