Posted on 19-01-2021 by Admin
According to the Gregory calendar, January 18 is the 18th day of the year. There are still 347 days left in the year. (348 days in leap year) 18 January in the history of the world January 18 is important in the history of the country and the world for many reasons, all of which are prominent. Important events of today s day in the history of the country and the world
On this day in 1955, the famous Urdu writer and poet Sadat Hasan Manto said goodbye to this world.
On 18 January 1886, the Hockey Association was formed in England. Today is seen as the birthday of modern hockey.
After 62 years of business, in 1991, today the Eastern airline was closed for economic reasons.
In the year 1995, the domain of Yahoo.com was created on this day.
1670 - Panama is captured by Henry Morgan.
1701 - Frederick III of Bradenburg ascended the throne of Prussia.
1778 - James Cook becomes the first European to discover the -Hawaiian Islands. He named it Sandwich Island.
1782 - American politician Daniel Webster is born.
1989 - Millions of people in Czechoslovakia demonstrate independence in support of truth and human rights.
1974 - Israel and Egypt sign arms agreement.
1997 - Nafisa Joseph becomes Miss India.
2001 - After the murder of Laurent Kavila, his son takes over the reins of the Congo.
- Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh NT Rama Rao died on 18 January 1996.
- In 2003, the famous Hindi language writer and poet Harivansh Rai Bachchan died.
- In 1896, the first demonstration of X-ray machine was performed.
- In 1930 Rabindranath Tagore visited the Sabarmati Ashram.
In 1997, Nafisa Joseph became Miss India .
- In 2006, the Supreme Court in America was suicidal.
2008 - George Clune is made the United Nations peacekeeper. The cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Mayawati approved the guidelines for opening a private university. Militant leaders of violence-hit North Waziristan region of Pakistan called on their supporters to take over the capital Islamabad. A volcano in southern Colombia erupted.
2009 - The Second Administrative Reforms Commission presents its recommendations to the government. Sourav Ganguly was awarded the Gold Bat by the Bengal Cricket Association.
2020 - Former Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda is elected the new President of Archery Association of India (AAI). He defeated the opposition BVP Rao by a margin of 34–18 votes.