The year 1974 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1974 such as: born famous people, death of famous people, war treaty, independence of a country, invention of new technology, change of power, important national and international day etc., knowing which your general Knowledge will increase.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1974 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
29 JuneMaria Estella Isabel Martinez de Perón became the first female president of Argentina.
17 July41 people were injured in the bombings in the London Tower.
10 SeptemberThe Republic of Guinea, a country in West Africa, gained independence from Portugal.
17 SeptemberBangladesh, Grenada and Guinea-Bissau joined the United Nations.
19 SeptemberIn Honduras, 5000 people died due to the havoc of hurricane Fifi.
01 NovemberThe United Nations recognized the independence of Cyprus in the eastern Mediterranean.
05 DecemberThe Republic of Malta was declared.
19 DecemberFormer Australia captain Ricky Potting was born. In his career, he has scored 13378 runs in 168 Tests and 13704 runs in 375 ODIs.
21 DecemberINS Satavahana, the country's first vessel to offer submarine training, was inducted into the ship fleet at Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh.
25 DecemberFor the first time, scientists reported damage to the ozone layer by ferron gas.
28 DecemberA 6.3 Richter scale earthquake struck Pakistan, killing 5200 people.
09 JanuaryFarhan Akhtar, the famous film producer, screenwriter, lyricist, singer and actor of Hindi cinema, was born.
10 JanuaryFilm actor Hrithik Roshan was born.
14 JanuaryThe World Football League was established.
27 JanuaryPresident VV Giri dedicated the Nehru Memorial Museum at Teen Murti in New Delhi to the nation.
04 FebruaryPhysicist Satendra Nath Bose, who discovered God particle, died.
07 FebruaryGranada, a small country located in the continent of Central America, gained independence.
13 FebruaryThe disgruntled Nobel laureate Alexander Solgenitsyn was expelled from the Soviet Union.
24 FebruaryPakistan officially recognized Bangladesh.
27 FebruaryPresident VV Giri dedicated the Nehru Memorial Museum at Teen Murti in New Delhi to the nation.
28 FebruaryA 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Pakistan killed 5200.
03 MarchTurkish Airlines' DC 10 plane crashed near Paris, killing all 345 people on board.
24 AprilFamous poet Ramdhari Singh Dinkar passed away.
20 JanuaryThe General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon made its first flight at Edwards Air Force Base in California.
01 FebruaryThe capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, was declared a federal territory.
08 MarchCharles de Gaulle Airport is open in Paris, France.
05 AprilStephen King published his first novel "Carrie".
04 MayExpo '74 World Fair Spokane inaugurated in Washington.
29 JuneDisneyland became the first public attraction in Anaheim, California, USA.
23 JulyThe military ruler of Greece was replaced by the civilian government after the conclusion of seven years of military rule in Greece.
09 AugustVice President Gerald Ford became the 38th President of the United States upon President Nixon's resignation.
23 SeptemberOne of the first public information service systems) was introduced by the BBC.
18 NovemberInternational Energy Agency was established.
09 DecemberThe Paris summit began with reunions of European community states and heads of government.
04 JanuaryHarry Schwarz and Mangosuthu Buthelezi signed the Mahlabatini Declaration of Faith, the first declaration by black and white SouthAfrican leaders to commit to non-violence and a non-discriminatory society.
27 JanuaryThe Brisbane River, which runs through the heart of Brisbane,broke its banks and flooded the surrounding areas.
02 FebruaryThe F-16 Fighting Falcon, one of the most popular jet fighters ever built, had its first flight.
04 FebruaryAmerican newspaper heiress and socialite Patty Hearst was kidnapped by the Symbionese Liberation Army, which she later joined in one of the most well-known cases of Stockholm syndrome.
04 FebruaryThe Provisional Irish Republican Army bombed a motor coach carrying off-duty British Armed Forces personnel and their family members, killing twelve and wounding fifty more.
12 FebruaryRussian author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn was arrested and subsequently deported from the Soviet Union for writing The Gulag Archipelago, an exposé of the Soviet forced labour camp system.
29 MarchA group of farmers in China's Shaanxi province unearthed a collection of terracotta figurines depicting the armies of the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, known as the Terracotta Army.
29 MarchNASA's Mariner 10, launched in November 1973, became the first spacecraft to fly by Mercury.
01 MayArgentina President Juan Peron expelled Montaros from a performance at Plaza de Mayo at Buenos Aires, targeting the group and later a dirty war.
04 MayAll the women Japanese team Mansalu reached the peak of the Himalayas, which became the first woman to climb an 8,000 meter top.
12 MayMay 12 was declared as International Nurse Day as it is the birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing. The International Nurse Day has been celebrated to the International Nurse Council by distributing the day kit.
15 MayA unit of Golani Brigade attacked a primary school in Imalaut, Israel, where three armed members of the Democratic Front Forte Liberation of Palestine took 115 people hostage, resulting in 28 people.
16 MayJosip Brose Tito was re -elected on 16 May 1974 as the President's 'life' of Yugoslavia. Gaingreen died on 4 May 1980 at the age of 87.
17 MayThe Ulster Volunteer Force carried out four car bombs on May 17, 1974 in Dublin and Monaghan of Ireland, killing 33 civilians and 300 injured. This was the deadliest terrorist attack in the history of the Republic.
01 June28 people were killed and 36 others were seriously injured in an explosion at a chemical plant near the village of Felixboro in England.
29 JuneIsabel Paron was sworn in as Orangena's first female president in place of her ailing husband Juan Paron, who died two days.
29 JuneRussian dancer Mikhail Barisnikov defeated Sovietian while visiting Toronto with Bolshoi Ballet.
30 JuneIn Baltimore, Maryland, municipal employees went on strike demanding high wages and better circumstances.
30 JulyIn order to impeach President Nixon in the Watergate Cover-up, the House Judiciary Committee voted for 3 and the final charge of 'high crimes and rapes'.
04 AugustA train on the bomb bologna-florence railway placed by a new-fascist group exploded in a train in Ferrovi Delo States.
09 AugustDue to almost some impeachment and removal from the watergate scandal, Richard Nixon became the only President of the United States to resign.
08 SeptemberWatergate Cand-U.S. President Gerald Ford recently conferred President Richard Nixon to be in full and unconditional, but contrastial, forgiveness for any crime committed.
12 SeptemberEthiopia Emperor Hale Selassi I was removed by Army Jawan Dirt.
18 SeptemberHurricane Fifi attacked Honduras, destroying 182 towns in the first 24 hours, and eventually built over 8,000 areas.
25 SeptemberThe first surgery to replace the Ullan Collateral Ligament, usually known as Tommy John Surgery, was usually known as the first patient. Was done by Frank Jobe.
02 OctoberTalan University Medical School, New Orleans K.K. According to studies conducted by Robert Heath, canbis smoking smoking can cause brain damage.
21 NovemberIn Birmingham, England, 21 people died and 182 others were injured in explosives placed in two central pubs, and finally died after six people died.
24 NovemberAn international team of scientists working in the Northeast Ethiopia has found a partial skeleton of a three -million -year -old homeinid that it claims that it is the most complete human discovery ever in Africa, the skeleton is better known to the skeleton and It is known as Lucy.
24 NovemberA group of peliynthropologists discovered the 3.2-Million year old skeleton of an Australopithecus Affrences in Afar depression Ethethopia, named it 'Lucy ' (reconstruction picture).
05 DecemberBirmingham Americans won the only world bowl in the World Football League history.
22 DecemberGrande Komor, Anjun and Mohali voted to become a trusted country of Komoros.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1974 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
18 MayIndia became the sixth nuclear power country in the world with its first underground nuclear bomb test at Pokhran in Rajasthan. The trial was named 'Smiling Buddha'.
13 JulyIndia played their first ODI against England at Headingley.
24 AugustFakhruddin Ali Ahmed became the fifth President of India.
01 DecemberSucheta Kripalani, the Indian freedom fighter and the first woman Chief Minister in India) passed away.
26 MarchA group of peasant women in Chipko district, Uttarakhand, India used their bodies to encircle trees to stop loggers, giving rise to the Chipko movement.
18 MayIndia's first nuclear weapon explosion operation smiling Buddha was performed on 18 May 1974 at the Pokhran Test range of Rajasthan under the administration of the then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. India became the sixth nation to do so in the world after Russia, Britain, France, China and America, who are five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
18 MayIndia exploded its first nuclear test in Pokhran, the first confirmed nuclear test by a nation outside the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council.
04 JuneCleveland Indians of Major League Baseball hosted ten St.bir Knight, but Taxas Rangers had to stop the game due to toriots by drunk fans.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1974 😀

BirthName/Category/Country
05 AprilDicky Dolma / Skiiser / India
15 NovemberVanita Gupta / lawyer / America
Rehana Ameer / Politician / India
01 NovemberV. V. S. Laxman / Cricketer / India
03 SeptemberRahul Sanghvi / Cricketer / India
04 JuneJacob Sahaya Kumar Aruni / Chef / India
04 FebruaryUrmila Matondkar / Actress / India
05 AprilDicky Dolma / Mountaineer / India
05 AprilDinky dolma / Mountaineer / India
05 AugustKajol Devgan / Actress / India
05 DecemberRavish Kumar / Author / India
07 JuneMahesh Bhupathi / Player / India
07 JuneMahesh Bhupathi / Tennis Player / India
08 MarchFardeen Khan / Actor / India
09 JanuaryFarhan Akhtar / Film Director / India
09 SeptemberVikram Batra / Captain / India
09 SeptemberVikram Batra / Soldier / India
12 JulyParvin Dabas / Actor / India
14 MarchRohit Shetty / Actor / India
16 JuneGlenicia James / Cricketer / India
19 NovemberArun Vijay / Actor / India
19 MayNawazuddin Siddiqui / Actor / India
20 MarchGayatri Joshi / Actress / India

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