|The Hindu Shahi ruler Jaipal was defeated by the invading Mahmud Ghazni.
|Pope Urban II preached the First Crusade Crusade).
|The first Eddystone Lighthouse was destroyed in the great storm of 1703.
|The Great Storm of 1703 destroyed the Adidistone Light House before Plymouth, England, one of the most severe storms to attack Southern Great Britain.
|The foundation stone of Jerusalem's church was laid in Berlin.
|The first Bengali drama was staged.
|As specified by Vienna's Congress, the Constitution of the state of Poland was signed to the newly renovated Polish state which was under Russian control.
|The Kingdom of Poland adopted the constitution.
|Mexico was invaded by franc forces in the pastry war.
|The International Delta Delta Delta Sorority was established at Boston University.
|Clemson University was founded in South Carolina.
|Swedish chemist and industrialist Alfred Nobel signed his last wish and will, separating the wholesale of his property to establish the Nobel Prize after his death.
|The Nobel Prize started according to the will of Alfred Nobel.
|Japan and Korea signed the ELASA Treaty.
|Albania adopted the national flag.
|Restoration of colonial Williamsberg, a colonial American city began to be entertained in the historic triangle on the Virginia Peninsula in the US.
|In the Battle of World War-Cip Spartivanto, Roylanvi engaged in Regia Marina near Sicilia.
|The Iron Guard killed more than 60 political prisoners at the appointment near Bukharest and chased several pre-Prime Ministers, including former Romania Prime Minister Nikoleyorga.
|Karate's legendary sportsman and actor Bruce Lee was born.
|Eminent drama writer Poogeen O'Neill of America died at the age of 65.
|Uruguay adopted the constitution.
|The Soviet Mars Orbiter of Soviet Russia was launched on Mars.
|The UK government decided to give partial self-governance to both Scotland and Wales. However, Scotland was not allowed to use any action to reduce Britain's unity.
|Guinness Book of Records co-founder Ross Macquarter was shot and killed.
|The Kurdistan Workers Party, which was in a struggle with Turkey on the formation of an autonomous Kurdish kingdom, was established.
|San Francisco Mayor George Moskon and openly gay supervisor Harvey Milk was assassinated by supervisor Dan White.
|Yasuhiro Nakasan became the Prime Minister of Japan.
|The missile shipment arrived in Italy. According to the Italian Defense Ministry, these military weapons were to be kept strategically very soon. Surprisingly for some groups, anti-war forces had not yet performed in response to this missile deployment.
|Colombia's Avianca Flight 11 accidents occurred near Barjas Airport in Madrid city of Spain, killing 181 out of 192 people.
|Helen Clarke, who represented the Center-Left New Zealand Labor Party, became the first elected woman in the history of New Zealand, who was commanding the coalition government of Labor and Alliance Party members.
|The Labor Party defeated the Governing National Party in the New Zealand general election, leading to the first woman to win the post of Prime Minister in Labor's Helen Clarke election.
|Helen Clarke became the first female Prime Minister of New Zealand.
|The Hubble Space Telescope detected sodium in the atmosphere of the Extrasolar planet HD 209458B, which is the atmospheric measurement of the first planets of our solar system.
|President George W. On the first day of Bush's order, the US government was working to prevent the flow of money for terrorists. It was being applied on a worldwide basis-especially in Saudi Arabia. Many more work was yet to be done.
|The leader of the Democratic Action Party Lim Kit Siang demanded the resignation of the Deputy Inspector General of Malaysian Police for his work in the Malaysian prisoner abuse case.
|French oral and maxillophysical surgeon Bernard Davuchelper made the world's first partial face implants on a living human, placed placed in the face of Isabel dinoare, which was bitten by his dog.
|The Islamic Court Union, which controls southern Somalia, has revealed that they will attack Ethiopia's army in Galakayo in Mudug province of Central Somalia.
|Police said about 80 French police officers have been injured during the second night of riots by the youth in the suburbs of Paris.
|The International Atomic Energy Agency passed a 25-3 resolution condemning Iran to develop a secret uranium enrichment place.
|A bombings occurred under a high-speed train traveling between Moscow and St. Petersburg, killing 28 passengers and injured 95.
|Hundreds of Pakistani Muslims demonstrated in Lahore against a possible apology for Christian woman sentenced to death for Ish condemnation against Islam.
|WDC won 62nd Formula One: Sebastian Vettel by 122 points.
|Australia's 25-year-old batsman Phillip Hughes was injured in a home match due to a bouncer ball under the helmet. He could not be saved despite surgery.
|After the death of Clovis, the king of Franks, Gaul, was divided between his four sons-thoodle, Clodomer, Childbert, and Shlotter.
|Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar / Politician / India
|Jatindramohan Bagchi / Poet / India
|Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar / Freedom Fighter / India
|Ganesh Vasudev Mavalankar / Politician / India
|Harivansh Rai Bachchan / Poet / India
|Harivansh Rai Bachchan / Writer / India
|Anil Dhawan / Actor / India
|Bappi Lahiri / Writer / India
|Suchitra Krishnamoorthi / Actress / India
|Divya Khosla Kumar / Actress / India
|Aashka Goradia / Actress / India
|Suresh Kumar Raina / Cricketer / India
|Tina Datta / Actress / India
|Samaira Rao / Actress / India