The year 1981 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1981 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 1981 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
27 MayThe Soviet Union conducted a nuclear test in the eastern Kazakh region.
06 JuneA train fell in Bihar's Baghmati river, killing about 800 of the 1000 people on board.
17 JuneIn Cairo, Egypt, 14 people were killed in a clash between Muslims and Christians.
27 JuneCambodia adopted its constitution.
28 JuneChina opened the road to Kailash and Mansarovar.
05 JulyRajan Mahadevan made a world record by calculating 31 thousand 811 digits of 'pie' of mathematics.
29 JulyPrince Charles of Britain and Princess Diana were married. At that time around 700 million people saw this royal wedding on TV.
04 SeptemberThe US conducted a nuclear test at the Nevada test site.
25 SeptemberThe Central American country Belize joins the United Nations.
06 OctoberEgyptian President Anwar Sadat was killed by a military group during a military parade in Cairo.
20 NovemberAdopted the constitution in the African country of Burundi.
12 AugustIBM introduced its first personal computer, which was priced at 16 thousand dollars.
05 JanuaryA 35-year-old driver suspected for the serial murders of 13 women over five years was arrested and presented in a court in the Bradford area of ​​eastern Britain.
26 JanuaryVayudoot air service started.
23 FebruaryA situation of political uncertainty had arisen in Spain, when the right-wing army overthrew the administration.
06 MarchUS President Ronald Reagan announced to cut 37000 federal jobs.
20 MarchFormer Argentine President Isabel Perón was sentenced to eight years.
28 MarchIndonesian terrorists hijacked a plane in Thailand's capital Bangkok.
14 AprilThe first spacecraft Columbia-1 returned to Earth.
25 AprilDuring the repair work at a nuclear power plant in Suruga, Japan, more than 100 workers fell victim to nuclear radiation.
05 JanuaryThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, the first TV adaptation of Douglas Adams' book, was launched on BBC Two.
06 FebruaryAt Buckingham Palace, the Prince of Wales proposed marriage to Lady Diana Spencer.
02 MarchPakistani International Airways Flight 326 was hijacked by three gunmen soon after taking off from Karachi.
07 AprilAn explosion in a grain elevator in the city of Corpus Christi, Texas, killed 9 and injured 30.
24 MayAn explosion in a grain elevator in the city of Corpus Christi, Texas, killed 9 and injured 30.
21 JuneThe South African Police arrested eight leaders of the South African Youth Revolutionary Council.
11 JulyThe Writers Guild of America ended its 13-week strike.
02 AugustMohammad Ali Rajai was sworn in as the second President of Iran.
07 SeptemberThe first issue of the American weekly Newsmagazine Education Week was published.
10 OctoberDetective Inspector Alexandra Drake's parents were killed in a car explosion in London.
05 NovemberThe first portable meter "glucometer" to measure blood sugar levels of patients with diabetes was launched.
17 DecemberThe Emergency Mobilization Board was established in the United States by order of President Reagan.
02 JanuaryEnglish serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, the 'Yorkshire Ripper',was arrested in Sheffield, ending one of the largest policeinvestigations in British history.
09 JanuaryU.S. Representative Raymond F. Lederer was convicted of bribery and conspiracy for his role in the Abscam scandal, but continued to serve his term for three more months.
15 JanuaryHill Street Blues, one of American television's most critically acclaimed shows, aired its pilot episode, 'Hill Street Station'.
28 JanuaryRonald Reagan lifts remaining domestic petroleum price and allocation controls in the United States helping to end the 1979 energy crisis and begin the 1980s oil glut.
13 FebruarySewer explosion caused by the ignition of hexane vapor destroyed more than two miles (3 km) of streets in Louisville,Kentucky, US.
01 MarchLPGA Olympic Gold Golf Classic won by Sally Little.
05 MarchThe ZX81, a pioneering British home computer, was launched bySinclair Research and went on to sell over 1.5 million units around theworld.
27 MarchThe Solidarity movement in Poland organized a warning strike, the largest strike in the history of the Eastern Bloc, in which at least 12 million Poles walked off their jobs for four hours.
29 MarchDick Bardsley and Inge Simonsen jointly won the first runoff of the London Marathon.
30 MarchWhile trying to impress actress Jodie Foster, fan shot John Hinckley, Jr. and killed US President Ronald Reagan and three mothers in Washington, D.C. I was injured outside the Hilton Hotel.
03 AprilOsborne 1, the first successful portable computer, was unveiled at the West Coast Computer Fair of Sanfroncisco.
02 MayThe General Motor Corporation acquired the Chevrolet Motor Company on 2 May 1918 as a separate division. Chevrolet Motor Company was founded on 3 November 1911 William C. Duront was also the founder of General Motors.
05 MayAfter thirty -six days without food, the Irish Republic Bobby Sandsdide faced starvation in HM Prison Labbalaia.
10 MayFrançois Mitrand was elected the first socialist President of the French Fifth Republic.
13 MayMehmat Ali Agaka attempted to assassinate Pope John Paul II on 13 May 1981 at St. Peter Square in Vatican City. He was forgiven by the Pope after an Italian court sentenced him to life imprisonment. On 26 June 2000, the Pope released the third mystery of 'Fatima' in which he said that the attempt to murder was fulfilling this mystery.
13 MayMehmat Ali Agaka was seriously shot and injured by Pope John Paul second in Vatican City at Saint Peter Square.
21 MayThe Italian government released a membership list of Propaganda Due, an illegal pseudo-Masonic lodge that was implicated in many Italian crimes and mysteries.
31 MayAn organized crowd sponsored by the police and government began to burn a public library in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, destroying more than 97,000 items of the most violent examples of the 20th-century Bethalonicalsm.
05 JuneThe Disease Control Center recorded a group of cases of Nimosistis pneumonia in gay men at Los Angeles, which were the first recorded AIDS cases.
07 JuneIsrael's Air Force destroyed the Osirk atomic reactor of Iraq. The attack was carried out during Operation Opera. The Israeli Air Force launched a stunning attack on the Osirk nuclear reactor. The reactor was the purchase of Iraq from France and was under construction.
07 JuneThe Israeli Air Force attacked the Osirk nuclear tractor and deactivated it, assuming that the Iraqi nuclear weapons were producing plutonium to carry forward the program.
13 JuneEnglish teenager Marcus Sargent made six empty shots at Queenilizbeth II as she boarded the Mall of the Trooping The Colorison.
18 JuneThe United States Air Force (USAF) F-117 was the first operational aircraft designed around the stealth technology. Lockheed F -117 Nighthock, the first operational aircraft that was initially designed around Stealth Technology, creates its first flight. Lockheed F-117 Nighthock is a single-seat, twin-engine stealth attack aircraft developed by Lockheed's Secret Skink Works Division and operated by the United.
24 JuneHamburger Bridge opened, East Riding of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire in England were the longest-lumb suspension bridges of the time.
28 JuneThree prominent officials of the Islamic Republican Party of Iran were killed when the party's headquarters in Tehran was exploded.
09 JulyDonga Kong Game was released by Nintendo. It was a video game designed by Nintendo. It became very famous and listed in the best video games of those times. Donkey Kong Video Game was an arcade, character played game that was later developed in Mario. It has a story game.
09 JulyNintendo released the arcade game Donki Kong, with Mario, which was one of the most famous characters in the history of video games.
16 JulyMahathir Mohammed was sworn in as the fourth Prime Minister of Malaysia, a post he held for 22 years, making him the longest serving person in the country.
17 JulyA walking route collapsed due to a structural failure at Hyatt Regencyhottal in Canus City, Missouri, USA, out of which 114 people were killed and 216 others were injured.
19 JulyFrench President François Mitarrand privately tou.s. President Ronald Reagan (both painted) documents suggest that the Soviet Union was stealing American technical research and development.
29 JulyA worldwide television audience of over 700 million people married Charles, Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer at St.Pall Cathedral in London.
01 AugustThe American cable made her debut with the television network, MTV, the first dedicated-based outlet for music, the music video by Baggals with the song 'Video Killed the Radio Star'.
10 AugustThe kidnapped head of six -year -old Adam Walsh was found in the canal in Vero Beach, Florida, which inspired his father John to become a lawyer for the rights of the victims, in which in the formation of the National Center for the missing and excluded children. got help.
12 AugustIBM revealed its first individual computer, IBM 5150, which was sold at a price of $ 1,600 as an original figure, but fully with a 64 kB RAM and a single 5 1/4 inch floppy drive To buy functional PCs and it was priced at $ 3,525.
12 AugustIBM Personal Computer, Original version and IBM PC Sangat Hardware Forum were introduced.
19 AugustTwo American F -14 Tomats shot two Libya's Su -22. The US Navy conducted military exercises in Sidara's Gulf.
25 SeptemberRupert Murdoch has closed Sunday Times due to industrial dispute. The dispute included 101 members of the Printers Union. It suspended 1,400 employees indefinitely without salary.
03 OctoberThe hunger strike by the Irish Republican Army prisoners ended after seven months and ten deaths by the Irish Republican Army prisoners in Belfast's Labyrin Jail.
14 OctoberHosni Mubarak was elected President of Egypt, Anwar Sadat was killed a week later.
21 OctoberAndreas Papendreu began the first of his two tenure as the primaryist of Greece, ending the powerdominated about 50 years long system by conservative forces.
27 OctoberThe Cold War-Soviyat whiskey-headed submarine U 137 was surrounded by the Carlskron Naval Base (monument picture) near the runway, termed the incident of spark as 'whiskey on the Rocks '.
11 DecemberSalvadoran Civil War-Early 900 citizens were killed in a guerrilla campaign by the anti-Gurvila armed forces.
13 DecemberPolish Prime Minister Wijhek Jaruzelski declared martial law, suspended solidarity and imprisoned several union leaders.
19 DecemberSixteen people lost their lives when a penli lifeboat went away from the southwest region of England to help the helpless Coastar Union Star in a heavy sea.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1981 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
19 JuneIndia successfully launched the Apple satellite.
16 JulyIndia conducted a nuclear test.
22 JulyIndia's first geostationary satellite 'Apple' started functioning.
12 DecemberIndia's famous all-rounder Yuvraj Singh was born. He has 1900 runs and 9 wickets in 40 Tests and 8329 runs and 11 wickets in 293 ODIs.
30 JunePresident's rule imposed in Assam. President's rule refers to Article 356 of the Constitution of India which relates to the failure of the constitutional machinery of an Indian state. In the event that the government in a state is not able to function according to the constitution, the state comes under the direct control of the Central Government, instead of the Executive Authority, it is used through the Governor instead of the Council of Ministers headed by an elected Chief Minister. For the State Legislature.

Famous People's Birthdays in 1981 😀

BirthName/Category/Country
07 JulyMahendra Singh Dhoni / Player / India
02 JulyAnupama Verma / Actress / India
02 NovemberIsha Deol / Actress / India
02 AprilKapil Sharma / Actor / India
07 JuneAmrita Rao / Actress / India
07 NovemberAnushka Shetty / Actress / India
07 JulyMahendra Singh Dhoni / Cricketer / India
07 JulyMahendra Singh Dhoni / Player / India
08 OctoberMona Singh / Actress / India
09 DecemberDiya Mirza / Actress / India
10 AprilPrasad Barve / Actor / India
12 DecemberYuvraj Singh / Cricketer / India
14 OctoberGautam Gambhir / Cricketer / India
24 NovemberCelina Jaitley / Actress / India
25 FebruaryAnuj Sahni / Actor / India
27 MarchAkhil Kumar / Boxer / India
27 NovemberDivya Khosla Kumar / Actress / India
29 OctoberRiya Sen / Actress / India
30 AprilKunal Nayyar / Actor / India
31 JanuaryAmrita Arora / Actress / India

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