14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

Friends, today we know about important events of 14th September, as well as know about birth and death on 14th September, i.e., today.

Information about today’s birth

1- Film director Gopaldas Parmanand Sippy (GP Sippy) was born in 1914.

2- Kathakar Mohan Thapliyal was born on 1921.

3- Legendary Dharashastri and former Central Law Minister [Ram Jethmalani] was born in 1923.

4- The film’s producer Rajkumar Kohli was born on 1930.

5- The famous Indian independence warrior and revolutionary Durga Bhati was born in 1932.

6- Indian cricketer Robin Singh was born on 1963.

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

Information about those people who died today

1- Chandra Kunwar Bittwal, the famous poet of Hindi Kalidas, died in 1947.

2- The famous Bengali writer, Tarashankar Bandyopadhyay, who was awarded the Jnanpith award, passed away in 1971.

3- Famous musician Ramkrishna Shinde passed away on September 14, 1985, from Hindi cinema.

4- The most famous nature of modern Rajasthan lover poet Chandrashek Birkali passed away in 1992.

5- Mirza Ghalib’s eminent expert and Urdu scholar Ralph Russell died in 2008.

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

Important events today

1- In Denmark, the independence of the press was recognized in 1770.

2- Francis Kotaki wrote the American National Star Spangled Banner in 1814.

3- William Ventic came to India in 1833 as the first Governor General.

4- US President William McKenzie’s 1901 was shot dead in the United States.

5- Peter Stolypin Russian Revolutionary Martyr in 1911

6- Russia officially declared 1917 as a republic

7- In 1949, the Constituent Assembly gave Hindi the official language status of India.

8-  Luna-2 landed on the Moon surface in 1959. This was the first thing human-made to reach the moon’s surface. It started the space competition in the Soviet Union and America.

9-  Mineral oil producing countries together formed OPEC in 1960.

10- Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries was formed in 1960.

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

11- Following the order of 25 former diplomats of the Soviet Union to leave the country in 1985 after the order of espionage,

the Soviet Union issued orders to leave the country immediately to 25 British diplomats working in Russia.

12- Monaco’s Princess Grace, who had been injured in a car accident, died in 1982.

13- Microsoft, leaving General Electric in 1998 and becoming the world’s largest company

14- At the New York Stock Exchange, its value was estimated at $ 261 billion.

15- Kiribati, Nauru, and Tonga joined the United Nations in 1999.

16- Microsoft 2000 in Windows ME Of the launch.

17- Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee addressed the well-attended meeting of both the Houses of the US Senate in 2000, the Olympic torch arrived in Sydney.

18- US $ 40 billion was approved in the US to capture Osama bin Laden in 2001.

19 – In 2003, Senna reversed the presidential election of President Kumba Mala in Guinea-Bissau.

14 September history: 14 September Today Historical Events

20- Estonia joined the European Union in 2003.

21- Consensus on 2006 in IBSA to boost cooperation in nuclear energy. A delegation of Tibet’s spiritual exile leader Dalai Lama to be honored with the highest court of honor in the United States. 137-year-old Habib Mian, a resident of the world’s oldest Jaipur resident.

22- Japan launched the first moon satellite H-2A from the launch center in Tanzania in 2007.

23- All the passengers aboard the plane were killed in the crash of Aeroflot aircraft 821 at Perm Airport in Perm Cray in Russia of 2008.

24- India defeated Sri Lanka by 46 runs in 2009 to win the Compaq Tri-Series. In India, Leander Paes and Lukas Dlouhy of Czech Republic defeated Mahesh Bhupathi and Mark Knowles. s. Open men’s doubles title.

25- Para Olympic 2016 India has so far won 4 medals.

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