On This Day in History | Today 19 June
What Happened On This in History
- 1269: King Louis of France ordered all juice to wear a special badge.
- 1843: Karl Marx, the author and socialist of ‘Das Capital, married.
- 1910: The first father’s day was celebrated in Washington go. It is celebrated every year on the 3rd Sunday in June.
- 1945: Aung San Suu Kyu, who awakened democracy in Myanmar, was one.
- 1948: The Soviet Union closed the roads landing in West Berlin.
- 1949: Indian philosopher Syed Zafarul Hassan.
- 1981: India successfully launched its geostationary satellite Apple.
- 1991: The Soviet Union liberated Hungary from its occupation.
- 1968: Under the leadership of Martin Luther King, 50,000 people demonstrated economic justice.
- 2005: Oprah Winfrey ranked first in Forbes magazine’s list of the hundred most powerful celebrities in the world.
- 2018: Uttarakhand government spent in 80 MW pala manage and 380 MW Bhaironghati projects under construction on the Ganga.
- 2020: CSIR Central drug research institute (CDRI) Lucknow has received permission to conduct a Phase all trial of antiviral Umifenovir. Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan announced this.
Borns On This Day in History
- 1922: Danish physicist Nobel lecturer age Neils Bhor was born.
- 1970: Congress president Rahul Gandhi was born.
- 1947: Salman Rushdie, the famous British-Indian author, and novelist was born.
Deaths On This Day in History
- 2008: Journalist Barun Sengupta passed away.