|Sultan Bahadur Shah of Gujarat died due to drowning while escaping from the Portuguese.
|Akbar's Rajabhisheka took place in just 13 years at Kalanaur in Gurdaspur district of Punjab.
|After Shah Jahan, Dara Shikoh defeated Shah Shuja in the battle of Bahadurpur to take over the power of Delhi.
|St. Anna was installed in Russia in honor of the great Peter's daughter.
|Astronomer James Bradley presented for the Royal Society, London the discovery of the motion of the Earth on its axis.
|English explorer James Cook was killed near Kealakekua when he tried to kidnap Kalani??pu?u, the ruling chief of the Island of Hawaii.
|Napoleon I of France won against von Blücher in the Battle of the Vauchaps.
|Minh Mang's rule began in Vietnam.
|The members of the original Quorum of the Twelve of the LatterDay Saint movement were selected by the Three Witnesses.
|Oregon was accepted as the 33rd US state.
|Inventor Alexander Graham Bell and electrical engineer ElishaGray each filed a patent for the telephone, starting a controversy aboutwho invented it first.
|The US Congress started using a voting machine.
|Noted Urdu poet Dag Dehalvi died.
|The first diesel submarine was built in the city of Groton near London.
|The first serious armed conflict of the Polish–Soviet Wartook place near present-day Biaroza, Belarus.
|The Computing Tabulating Recording Company renamed itself toInternational Business Machines, one of the world's largest companies bymarket capitalization.
|Beautiful actress Madhubala was born.
|The British Navy started operations in Singapore.
|The German warship Bismarck was launched.
|The Battle of the Bilin River began in Burma.
|World War II: General Hans-Jurgen von Arnim's Fifth Panzer Army launched a concerted attack against Allied positions in Tunisia.
|Peru, Paraguay, Chile and Ecuador became members of the United Nations.
|Bank of England became nationalized bank.
|The Knesset, the legislature of Israel, convened for the firsttime, succeeding the Assembly of Representatives that had functioned asthe Jewish community's parliament during the British Mandate Era.
|Sushma Swaraj, the top female politician of the Bharatiya Janata Party was born.
|The reign of the famous revolutionary Feudel Castro began over Cuba.
|Lawrencium, the metallic radioactive synthetic element withatomic number 103, was first made at the Lawrence Radiation Laboratoryon the campus of the University of California, Berkeley.
|The famous writer Sir Pelham Graniwal Woodhouse died.
|CNN correspondent Jeremy Levine was released from captivity in Lebanon.
|The first satellite based on the Global Positioning System was placed near Earth's orbit in space.
|A fatwa was issued for the execution of Salman Rushdie forauthoring The Satanic Verses, a novel Islamic fundamentalists consideredblasphemous.
|The Voyager 1 space probe took an iconic photograph of planetEarth that later became famous as Pale Blue Dot.
|Upon the death of Carrie C. White, French woman Jeanne Calment became the world's oldest living person, and she went on to have the longest confirmed human life span in history, dying in 1997 at the age of 122 years and 164 days.
|Marlene Othey made a world record of 60m indoor running in about 6.96 seconds.
|In a fire attack in Linux Departmental store that is in Tangshan China killed 79 people.
|Grateful Deeds, Jerry Garnia weds Deborah Hoons.
|In 1995, Koseanne weds her bodyguard whose name was Ben Thomas.
|NEAR known as Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous was a spacecraft that Leeame the first vehicle to land on asteroid.
|The video-sharing website YouTube was launched.
|Former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafic Hariri was assassinatedwhen explosives were detonated as his motorcade drove past the St.George Hotel in Beirut, sparking the Cedar Revolution in Lebanon.
|Naiya Masood was awarded the 'Saraswati Samman' of the year 2007 for her story collection Taus Chaman Ki Maina.
|Victor Yanukovyeh was declared as the official winner of Ukraine’s presidential elections.
|The Palestine Authority of Cabinet Members resigned and the Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad selected new administrators at the request of President, Mahmud Abbas.
|As a part of the Arab Spring, the still ongoing Bahrainiuprising, began with a Day of Rage.
|A 'Day of Rage' marked the beginning of the Bahraini uprising, part of the Arab Spring.
|The Love Letters written by poets, Elizabeth Barrett and Robert Browning for each other were published online by Wellesley College and Baylor University in 2012.
|Bankrupt Carrier, American Airlines and US Airways merge to form world’s largest air carrier to trade under the name of American Airlines.
|The Italy’s Prime Minister, Enrico Letta resigned by following the friction within his own Democratic party.