The year 1982 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1982 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.
|The Brazilian plane B-727 crashed, killing 135 people.
|Surrendered the Argentine armies to the British Army in Falkland.
|Heavy rains in Nagasaki, Japan, resulted in the collapse of 299 people.
|The Soviet Union conducted underground nuclear tests.
|Yugoslavia prohibited prices for six months.
|Hollywood's famous actress and Princess of Monaco Grace Kelly was killed in a car accident in Motte Carlo.
|The elected President of Lebanon, Bashir Gamayel, was killed in a bomb blast before he took office.
|Scott Fahman became the first person to use online messaging.
|The bombing in Tehran, the capital of Iran, killed about 60 people and injured 700 people.
|The Soviet Union conducted underground nuclear tests.
|Pope John Paul II became the first bishop to visit Spain.
|The constitution was adopted in Turkey.
|Leonid Brezhnev, the leader of the Soviet Union, died. Brezhnev ruled the Soviet Union for 20 years.
|A gas explosion at Israel's military headquarters killed 60 people.
|Directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Ben Kingsley and John Guild, the film Gandhi premiered in New Delhi.
|The first CD compact disc in Germany) was made available to the public.
|King Sobhuja II of Switzer Land passed away.
|NASA launches Telesat-F.
|Colombian writer Gabrielle García Marquez was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
|Time magazine declared the computer to be the "Man of the Year".
|Jawaharlal Nehru International Gold Cup Football Tournament was organized for the first time in Kolkata (then Calcutta).
|Abul Fatral Mohammad Ahsanuddin Chaudhary appointed as the President of Bangladesh.
|Mahatma Gandhi Setu was inaugurated in Patna, capital of Bihar.
|Legendary politician JB Kripalani died in Ahmedabad.
|NASA took its spacecraft Columbia on a third mission.
|AFMA Chaudhary was appointed President of Bangladesh.
|NASA's spacecraft Columbia returned to Earth by completing the STS-3 mission.
|Color broadcasting began for the first time on television in Delhi.
|Mouno Koivisto was elected President of Finland.
|Adobe systems were established.
|Elizabeth II inaugurated the Barbican Center in London.
|The weather-related channel first aired on cable television.
|The 1972 FIFA World Cup was started in Spain.
|Checker Motors Corporation Automobile ceased production.
|First compact disc CD) production started in Germany.
|The first International Day of Peace was declared by the United Nations).
|Thorborn Faldin became the Prime Minister of Sweden.
|Yasuhiro Nakasan became the Prime Minister of Japan.
|The Time Magazine Award, Man of the Year was awarded for the first time to non-humans, computers.
|After having been kidnapped by the Italian Red Brigade 42 daysearlier, General James L. Dozier of the United States Army was freed by the anti-terrorist force NOCS.
|Richard Skrenta 'Elk Cloner' became the first known computer virus found 'in the wild'. It infected Apple II computer via floppy disk.
|The Syrian army bombarded the town of Hama in order to quell arevolt by the Muslim Brotherhood, killing about 7,000–25,000 people.
|The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company, known for its performances of Gilbert and Sullivan's Savoy operas, gave its last performance.
|Venera 14, the Russian spacecraft lands on Venus. It has sent back the data.
|Queen Elizabeth II gave Royal assent to the Canada Act 1982, which ended Canada's remaining reliance on the United Kingdom's Bara Process, known as the "Patriots".
|Special forces of Argentina invaded Falkland Island, causing Falkland war.
|A new patriotic constitution in Canada, including Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedom, was signed in the law by Elizabeth II, Queen of Canada, with the intention of protecting some political and civil rights in Canada.
|The Salute 7 Space Station was placed in class by the USSR.
|Falklands War-HMS winner launched three Torpedo and put Aragenral Belgrano into the ship, the only ship so far, sinking by a nuclearusomerin.
|Falklands War -HMS Sheffield was killed by an exuset missile, killing 20 sailors and sinking six days later - the first Royal Navy ship has been drowned in action since World War II.
|Follands War-About 1,000 Argentine surrendered, the battle of Goose Green ended.
|Follands War surrendered by about 1,000 Argentine soldiers, which ends the battle of Goose Green.
|A murder attempt on Israeli Ambassador Shlomo Argov in the United Kingdom failed; It was later used for the 1982 Lebanon War.
|A war began in Lebanon when the Israeli forces attacked the Southernlanbon to root out the members of the Palestine Liberation Organization.
|The mansion of Elvis Presley in Tennessi, Memphis, Tennessee, was opened to the public as the museum of the life of the Presley.
|Falklands War-The Argentina Air Force attacked Britishtrance ships as they were supplying their supply from the Bluff Cove Inthhel Islands, killing 56 British soldiers and injuring 150 people.
|Fahd became the king of Saudi Arabia on the death of his brother Khalid. Fahd bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud, Custodians of two holy mosques, were the king of Saudi Arabia from 1982 to 2005. Fahid was appointed Crown Prince when Khalid killed his half -brother King Faisal, who was murdered in 1975. Later, being ill, as a real Prime Minister during King Khalid's reign.
|Fahd became the king of Saudi Arabia, he successor his half -brother Khalid after a later death.
|The body of Italian banker Roberto Calvi, known as 'Godbanker ' due to a close relationship with the Vatican, found the Hagffy scaffolding under London's Blackpiers Bridge.
|Chinese American Vincent Chin died after beating in ACOMA at Highland Park in Michigan, USA, two automotive workers who discouraged him to Japanese and who were angry about the success of JJO auto companies.
|The British Airways Flight 9 flew in a cloud of volcanic ash by the explosion of Indonesia's Mount Galungung, leading to a malfunction in all four engines.
|Space Shuttle Colombia launched the Final Research and Development Flight Mission, STS -4 from the Kennedy Space Center. STS-4 was the fourth NASA Space Shuttle Mission, and the Space Shuttle was also the fourth for Colombia. The final test flight for STS -4 shuttle was; It was then officially declared operational. Colombia run several scientific payloads as well as military missile detection systems during the mission.
|The 53rd All Star Baseball game is over. NL won 4–1. The game was played at the Olympic Stadium, Montreal.
|Members of the provisional Irish Republican Army exploded Tubobomes at Hyde Park and Regent Park in London, killing more than 50 people, while eleven others were injured.
|The American European Football Federation (AEFF) has been formed. Those countries that are members of the federation are Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria and France.
|A multi -national peace army is sent to Lebanon to prevent conflict between Muslim and Christian militia groups and to monitor Palestinians who retreat from Lebanon.
|Anti-government demonstrations were organized in 66 Polish cities, which was asked to establish the Solidarity Trade Union, to celebrate the second anniversary of the Dansk agreement.
|When the Presidential Bashir Gamayal of Lebanon was murdered, when the bombings occurred at the Berut headquarters of Falange.
|Maximilian Kolbe, who voluntarily prescribed the Catholic Church for the death of a stranger at the Nazi concentration camp in Aushwitz Inpoland.
|Maximilian Kolbe, who voluntarily settled by the Catholic Church to die in place of astronomer at Aushiwitz's Nazi concentration camp in Poland.
|During a UEFA Cup match between FC Spartak Moscow and HFCharlem, a large number of people at the same time tried to leave the Grand Sportsarena of the Central Lenin Stadium, resulting in 66 deaths.
|South Korean boxer Dook Ku Kim suffered a deadly brain injury with the American Ray Mankini near Kaiser Palace in Las Vegas, which led to the significant regulations in the game.
|Vietnam veteran Memorial was given to Washington, D.C. Was dedicated to Constitutional Garden.
|Michael Jackson's thriller was the best -selling album ever.
|The Irish National Liberation Army exploded a bomb blast in inballykelly, northern Ireland, killing eleven British army soldiers and civilian citizens.
|Virginia is ranked 77–72 in # 1 place in a Honolulu holiday basketball classic with a student's body of only 850 students.