On this day July 5: Someone rightly said that history does not happen overnight! But, one day can bring many changes in history.
On this day July 5: What is so special about Indian history?
1946 – The indian politician, Ram Vilas Paswan was born. He was born on July 5, 1946 in the village of Shaharbanni in the Khagaria district of Bihar. He started his political career as a member of the Socialist Party Samyukta.
1947 – Lalji singh was born on July 5, 1947 in the village of Kalwari in the district of Jaunpur in Uttar Pradesh. It has become synonymous with the term “Genetic imprint“to a generation of Indians. He made a fundamental contribution to the disciplines of genetics, forensics, conservation and law.
He worked in the field of DNA technology in India and was popularly known as “Father of Indian DNA fingerprints”.
1949 – Shivchankar Menon was born July 5, 1949 in Paris, France. He is a Indian diplomat, who served as India’s national security adviser under former Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Previously, he had been Minister of Foreign Affairs, the highest diplomat in India. Previously, he was Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan and Sri Lanka and Ambassador to China and Israel.
1901 – Birendranath Sircar was born July 5, 1901 in Bhagalpur, Bihar. It was one Indian film producer. He was known as the founder of New Theaters Calcutta. In 1970 he was awarded the Dada Saheb Phalke Prize and in 1972, the Padma bhushan.
Here are some other notable events that took place on July 5th around the world:
1687 – The great work of Issac Newton Principia was published by the Royal Society in England which describes its laws of motion and universal gravitation.
1811 – 7 provinces declare themselves independent of Spain: Venezuela’s Declaration of Independence
1859 – The Midway Islands in the Central Pacific Ocean were discovered by the captain NC Brooks and also claimed the territory for the United States.
1865 – The 1st worldwide law on speed limits was created by Great Britain.
1922 – First general election in the Nederlands.
1934 – “Bloody Thursday” – In San Francisco, the police open fire on striking longshoremen.
[1945[1945 – In The Second World War, said the Liberation of the Philippines.
1946 – National bikini day. This day marks the anniversary of the invention of a revealing two-piece swimsuit in 1946 by Parisian fashion designer Louis Reard.
1951 – The junction transistor was invented by Dr. William Shockley.
1954 – The first newscast was broadcast by the BBC.
1962 – Every year, independence day is observed in Algeria and is a national holiday. This day commemorates the independence of Algeria from France on July 5, 1962.
1966 – A named rocket Saturn I was launched at Cape Kennedy.
1975 – After 500 years of Portuguese domination, The Cape Verde Islands gain independence.
1994 – Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com in Bellevue, Washington
1996 – A Female Finn Dorset sheep, Dolly was born near Edinburgh. She became the first successfully cloned mammal. Do you know that his birth was not revealed publicly until the following year?
1971 – The The 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution has been certified which granted the right to vote to citizens aged 18 and over.
2004 – First presidential election by the people in Indonesia. The first round was ultimately won by Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
2019 – Old Iraqi city babylon was declared a Unesco World Heritage
Therefore, we have learned that on July 5 in India falls the birthdays of several personalities, including Ram Vilas Paswan, Lalji Singh, Shivshankar Menon, Birendranath Sircar, etc. The day is also celebrated as National Bikini Day. July 5 also signifies the independence of Algeria from France in 1962, Cape Verde from Portugal in 1975 and Venezuela from Spain in 1811.
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