|The French king Henri IV captured the city of Rouen in northern France.
|Mughal Emperor Akbar captured Ahmednagar.
|The three women of Lancashirevilge of Sammelsbury accused 'Sammelsbari Witches' of practicing witchcraft in one of the most famous witch tests in English history.
|Boney Prince Charlie raised the jacobite standard in Glenfinain of Scottish Highlands to start the second jacobite rising.
|The USS Constitution was defeated in the 1812-American Navy War, the Nebritish Royal Navy defeated HMS Gurreyar on the coast of Nova Scotia in Canada, leading to its surname 'Old Ironusides'.
|World Photography Day started when a report was presented about the discovery of the photo element.
|American dacoit and folk hero John Wesley Hardine was shot dead in Texas's El Paso.
|The first electric taxi operated in London.
|The first electric taxi driver drove in London.
|Ration law came into effect in the Netherlands.
|The 9th President of the country Shankar Dayal Sharma was born.
|The highly influential American radio comedy show Amos 'N ' Andy (Stars Freeman Gosden and Charles Korel Picture) made their debut.
|Adolf Hitler is given full power to Germany, as the votes of the German people put the positions of Chancellor and President in the event of fuel.
|The Second World War-Mitra Army faced more than 3,000 casualties, when they failed to attack the German-Quiz port of Deppa, France.
|During the August Revolution against French colonial rule, under Ho Chi Minh, Vith Minh took over Hanoi in North Vietnam.
|Bhubaneshwar became the capital of Odisha.
|The United Kingdom and the United States intelligence agencies stopped the coup of Iran Prime Minister Mohammad Mosdeg and restored the full monarchy of Mohammad Raza Pahlavi.
|Soviet space dogs Belka and Straelka began revolving around the Korbal -Sputnik -2 spacecraft.
|The communication satellite Syncom 3 was launched.
|Omani entrepreneur Kayes Al Khonji was born.
|422 died due to fire in Iran's cinema house.
|Two American F -14 Tomats shot two Libya's Su -22. The US Navy conducted military exercises in Sidara's Gulf.
|Hungary opened its limit with Austria as part of the paan-european picnic, allowing several hundred East Germans to blame Westway.
|Famous actor and producer of Hindi and Bengali films Utpal Dutt died.
|A suicide bomber in Hamas killed 23 people in a crowded public bus in Shamruel Hanvi Quarter Jerusalam and injured more than 130 people.
|In the southern Ontario of Canada, thunderstorms created a minimum tornado, which occurred in loss of over $ 500 million.
|A Turkish-Irani natural gas pipeline is running in the Agri province. Turkish officials said the separatists were responsible.
|A week-long heat wave in the southeast and midwest of the United States caused 49 deaths.
|North Korea declared Sweden as the enemy and the United States as a war puppet.
|A series of bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, killed 101 people and injured 565.
|The Oxford dictionary of English connects new words and phrases to the language including Vuvuzela, carbon possession and storage, toxic debt, and quantitative ease.
|Operation Iraqi Freedom came to an end with the last brigade of the US Army moving to Kuwait.
|Japan won the 2012 Women's baseball World Cup, won its third direct title.
|The first similar-sex wedding in New Zealand managed to pass the marriage equality bill in April.
|The oldest temple was dedicated to Venus, the Roman Devi of love, beauty and fertility.
|Rohit Khandelwal / Model / India
|S. Satyamurti / Politician / India
|Acharya Hajari Prasad Dwivedi / Writer / India
|Hazari Prasad Dwivedi / Author / India
|Swaran Singh / Politician / India
|Sister Alphonsa / Saint / India
|Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma / Politician / India
|Shankar Dayal Sharma / Politician / India
|Shankardayal Sharma / Politician / India
|Sudha Murthy / Author / India
|Khandro Rinpoche / Spiritual Leader / India
|Nandana Sen / Actress / India
|Neeta Ghosh / Pilot / India
|Rohit Khandelwal / Actor / India