According to Gregory calendar, on July 05, the day number in a year is 187 and if it is a leap year then the day number is 188. July 05 has a special significance in India and world history, because many such incidents have occurred on this day which have been recorded forever in the pages of history. Let's know some such important events which will increase your general knowledge. The facts collected will be as follows: People born on this day, demise of famous people, war treaty, freedom of any country, invention of new technologies, change of power, important National and International Day etc.

Important Historical Events of 05 July in the World ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1658The Mughal ruler Aurangzeb imprisoned his elder brother Murad Bakhsh.
1687The Philosophy Naturalis Principal Mathematica was first published by Isaac Newton, which described their rules of motion and their diverse gravity laws.
1687Philosophy Naturalis Principal Mathematica was first published by Isaac Newton, which described his laws of motion and his law of universal gravity.
1811Venezuela declared its independence from the Spanish Empire.
1841Thomas Cook arranged his first railway excursion in England.
1848The National Revolutionary Parliament of Hungary started functioning.
1865The Royal Assent was given under an Act of Parliament, which allows the Talin Railways to be taken by Steam Halaz - which is the Gauge Railway to do so from the beginning of Britain for the first time.
1922The first general election took place in the Netherlands.
1924A military coup took place in São Paulo, Brazil.
1937Hormale Foods Corporation introduced spam, canned meat products that would eventually enter pop culture, folklore and urban legends.
1945The liberation of the Philippines was declared during the World War. It is an island country in Southeast Asia located in the Western Pacific Ocean. It consisted of over seven thousand islands, roughly classified under three main geographical partitions, known as Luzon, Mindanao and Visayas.
1946In the name of Bikini Atol, the site of nuclear weapons testing, intersections in the Marshall Islands, modern bikini were on a fashion show in Paris.
1950In the first encounter between the Korean War-North Korean and American forces, the force of the unprotected and undisciplined American Army was trampled.
1954The BBC's first television news bulletin was broadcast. It is the UK's public service broadcaster. Theo BBC is the headquarters located at the Broadcasting House in London. It is considered the second largest broadcast in the world with the world's oldest national broadcasting organization and counting of employees.
1954BBC News (Logo Picture) broadcast its first television newsbraudcast from the studio within Alexandra Palace, London.
1954The BBC broadcast the first television news bulletin. It had a duration of 20 minutes and was prepared in advance.
1962Algeria became independent of France. Algeria is a country in North Africa on the banks of the Mediterranean Sea. Its capital and the most inmanded city is Alzires. With an area of ​​2,381,741 square, 90% km desert is the desert, Algeria is the tenth largest country in the world and the largest in Arabia and Africa.
1962France liberated Algeria.
1962The massacre in Oran, Algeria, killed 96 people.
1969Kenyan Development Minister, assassinated in Tom Boya.
1975Cape Varde achieved his freedom from Portugal. It is an island country that crosses an archipelago of ten volcanic islands in the Central Atlantic Ocean. It is located 570 km from the coast of West Africa and the islands cover the joint area of ​​slightly more than four thousand kilometers.
1975Arthur Ash Wimbledon became the first black man to win a singles title. Arthur Robert Ash was an American professional tennis player who was ranked number 1 in the world rankings from the US. He won three Grand Slam titles which ranked him among the best tennis players in the United States.
1975American hockey player Arthur Ash Wimbledon was the first black to win a singles competition.
1977General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq overthrew Pakistani Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in a military coup.
1980Swedish tennis player Byorn Borg won his fifth Wimbledon final and became the first male player to win the championship in the Ena round five times.
1981Rajan Mahadevan made a world record by calculating 31 thousand 811 digits of 'pie' of mathematics.
1986The Goodwill Games were held in Moscow.
1987The Black Tigers of Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam made the first suicide bombing against Sri Lanka's army in Nellidih.
1989Oliver North, a member of the United States National Security Council, was convicted in the case of Iran-Custra Affair.
1995The Republic of Armenia adopted its constitution four years after its independence from the Soviet Union. Armenia is a mountainous country in the South Caucasus region in Eurasia. It is located in Western Asia.
1996The Dolly Sheep became the first mammal cloned from an adult cell. Dolly was a female domestic sheep and an adult was the first animal to be cloned to the somatic cell. This was done using the process of nuclear transfer. He was cloned by Keith Campbell, Ian Wilmut and colleagues.
1998Successfully tested anti-tank missile 'Nag'.
1999The United States declares a ban on the Taliban.
2003Declared the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome to be contained by the World Health Organization.
2004Indonesia held its first direct presidential election, after the second round on 20 September, Susilo Bambang was the election of Bambang Yudhoyono.
2004The first presidential election was held in Indonesia.
2004Greece made history by winning the Euro Cup 2004 football competition.
2006North Korea tested four short range missiles, a medium range missile and a long range Topodong -2. Japan reported a long -term Tapodong -2 failure in the middle air above the sea. Topodong -2 was a designation that was used to pointing to the North Korean two or three -phase ballistic missiles. Its design is the successor of Topodong -1 technology performance. After the launch, the missile was tested once in less than 40 seconds and failed.
2006The United Nations Security Council held an emergency meeting after North Korea allegedly tested at least seven different ballistic missiles.
2009A series of violent riots began in Qirümqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uygar Autonomous Region in China.
2013A bomb attack on a mosque in Iraq's capital Baghdad killed 15 people.
20157th Women's "Football World Cup: United States defeated Japan 5–2 in Vancouver.

Important Historical Events of 05 July in India ⚡

Event YearIncident/Event
1954The Andhra Pradesh High Court was established. The High Court in Hyderabad for Telangana and Andhra Pradesh states is the general high court of Indian states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The High Court is built on the southern bank of the Mussi River. It is one of the best built buildings in the city which is built in red and white stones by Nizam VII Mir Osman Ali Khan in a Sarakinic style which was the ruler of the state of Hyderabad.
1968The Indian Navy submarine wing in the Indian Navy came into existence with the first submarine entry from the Soviet Union. The main objective of the Navy is to secure India's marine borders; India also uses its Navy to increase its international relations.
1968India's first submarine arrived from Soviet Russia.

Important Days of 05 July National & International Days 🏁

Algeria Independence DayNational Day
Cape Verde Independence DayNational Day
Independence Day from PortugalNational Day
Venezuela Independence DayNational Day

Famous People's Birthdays on 05 July 😀

Birth YearName/Category/Country
1995P V Sindhu / Player / India
1882Inayat Khan / Mystic / India
1918K. Karunakaran / Politician / India
1943Aditi Pant / Oceanographist / India
1946Asghar Wajahat / Writer / India
1946Ram Vilas Paswan / Politician / India
1947Lalji Singh / Scientist / India
1949Abhay Ashtekar / Scientist / India
1980Zayed Khan / Actor / India
1995P.V Sindhu / Player / India

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