|German mathematician and astronomer Yuhan Kepler was born. His three laws related to astronomy are known as the Kepler law.
|Citizens of New Netherlands presented the Director General of Flushing Remnsanto to Peter Stuwacent, who requests exemption for their banana Quaker Pooja.
|England and Portugal signed treaty on Methuin Ascento trade agreement.
|The famous Urdu poet Mirza Ghalib was born in Agra, Uttar Pradesh.
|Construction of the first public railway with steam engines was completed between Stockton and Darlington, England.
|AIIMS's HMS Beagle, Charles Darwin left Plymouth, England, became a historic campaign for South America which made his name a naturalist.
|John L. O. Sulivan argued in his newspaper New York Morning News that the United States had the right to claim 'our right to fate' over the entire oregorgancountry.
|British human rights activist Emily Hobhouse came to Cape Town.
|Peter PAN, or The Boy Hu Grow Up Grow Up Grow Up Grow on stage. Writer and playwright J. M. Barry, who is about the little boy who can premiere in London.
|A public speech by the famous Polish Pianoist Ignesis Jan Pastravsky Posenan provoked the Greater Poland rebellion against Germany.
|The Imperial Japanese Navy formed Hoshao, the world's first objective aircraft carrier.
|An earthquake in Turkey killed about forty thousand people.
|The International Monetary Fund was established with 29 member countries. The objective of this institution is to keep the foreign exchange values stable, streamline commercial development and progress etc.
|Bollywood actor Salman Khan was born.
|The Wall of Swallows, the largest known cave shaft of the DWW, was discovered in Aquismone, San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
|The world's longest cave 'Cave of Swallows' was discovered in Aquisamon, Mexico.
|The first manned mission to orbit the Moon landed in the Apollo-8 Pacific Ocean.
|372 people died in the Chasanala coal mine accident in Dhanbad district of Jharkhand.
|The Soviet war-surovation soldiers in Afghanistan attacked the Tajbeg Palaceoutside Kabul and killed Afghan President Hafizullah Amin and his 100–150 elite guards.
|Billy Wright, leader of the loyal voluntary force, was killed by members of the Irish National Liberation Army.
|Legal recognition of premarital relationships in Australia.
|Company Cloned announced the birth of a clon human child, although no evidence has been presented to it yet.
|Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated in Rawalpindi.
|Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated when he was leaving a political rally of Pakistan Peoples Barship supporters at Liaquat National Bagh in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
|Former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto was assassinated by a suicide bomber.
|In response to the rocket attacks of Palestinian armed groups, Israel launched a surprising attack against the Gaza Strip, which opened a three -week Gaza war.
|Recently, during a protest against the presidency against the presidency in Tehran, the Iranian security forces opened fire on the protesters on the day of Ashura.
|Bolivia President Alwaro Garcia Linera indicated the bus drivers to strike after an increase of 83% in the price of petrol and a 73% increase in diesel fuel.
|Alan Stanford's lawyer, a man accused of running a $ 7 billion Ponzi plan, demanded postponing his case for two years.
|Consumers spend $ 30 billion on online vacation in the US, which is 15 percent more than the previous year.
|Sears Holding Corporation revealed its plan to close more than 100 sears and K-Mart Store in U.S.
|The Toyota Motor Corporation agrees to pay $ 1 billion to settle more than a dozen cases related to sudden acceleration.
|In his first political speech, marking the five -year anniversary of his mother's death, vow to maintain democracy and fight extremism, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, son of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
|Veteran actor and prolific actor Farooq Sheikh of Hindi film industry passed away.
|An error on the Delta Air Lines website allows thousands of customers to buy tickets for super-lo rent, which is about 90% less than regular ticket prices; The delta takes responsibility for the error, and will honor the frequent flight miles earned on ticket purchases as well as low fare flights.
|The US state of California is experiencing the most dry year on records, and not expecting rain in the near future; San Francisco is the most dry year since the introduction of Gold Rush in 1849.
|After a hacking attack, Sony Corporation's gaming service is returned online after interrupting the Playstation Network; The company is investigating whether the incident is related to the attack on its Sony Pictures Division earlier this month.
|The Japan passes a fiscal incentive package of $ 29 million to improve the economy; Funds will be allocated to support small businesses, stimulate local economic activity and strengthen the damaged areas by disastrous natural powers.
|The current Hagia Sophia building in Istanbul, originally a church was built, which was later a mosque in 1453 and then inaugurated a museum in 1935.