The year 1986 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 1986 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 1986 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
02 MayN. N., 30, of United States of America Bancroff became the first woman to reach the North Pole.
24 MayMargaret Thatcher became Britain's first Prime Minister to visit Israel.
05 SeptemberNeerja Bhanot, who lost her life while assisting and protecting passengers in a hijacked Pan Am Flight 73 from Mumbai to New York, died in Karachi.
06 September23 people were killed in an attack at a Jewish worship house in Istanbul.
16 September177 people died after being trapped in a gold mine in South Africa.
18 SeptemberFor the first time female drivers from Mumbai flew a jet plane between Bombay and Goa.
23 SeptemberThe US Congress chose Rose as America's national flower.
10 OctoberA 7.5-magnitude earthquake in San Salvador killed 1,500 people.
22 OctoberUS President Reagan signed the Tax Reform Act of 1986.
10 NovemberThe Constitution was re-enacted in Bangladesh.
21 NovemberThe Central African Republic adopted the constitution.
24 NovemberLegislators were expelled from the House together for the first time in the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly.
21 August2000 killed by poisonous gases from the volcano eruption in Cameroon.
21 AugustUsain Bolt, the world's fastest runner, was born in Jamaica.
28 AugustBhagyashree Sathe became the first woman to become a grandmaster in chess.
07 JanuaryUS President Ronald Reagan announced an economic embargo against Libya.
15 JanuaryFirst Army Commander-in-Chief KM Cariappa retired) was given the rank of Field Marshal.
21 JanuaryIt was the first federal holiday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
28 JanuaryThe spacecraft Challenger was destroyed in an explosion 73 seconds after its 10th flight, killing all 7 astronauts on board.
21 FebruaryThe Government of South Africa opened Johannesburg and Durban to blacks.
23 MarchThe first company of women was trained in the Central Reserve Police Force.
31 MarchAll 167 passengers on board died after the crash of the Mexico 940 aircraft.
01 JanuaryThe province of Flevoland is established in the Netherlands.
03 FebruaryPixar Animation Studio opened in California.
15 March33 people were killed and 14 were rescued from the debris by the collapse of Hotel New World.
13 AprilThe first child born to a non-related surrogate mother.
31 May1986 FIFA World Cup begins in Mexico
08 JuneFormer United Nations Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim was elected President of Austria.
05 JulyThe Goodwill Games were held in Moscow.
02 AugustThe first film produced by Studio Gabili, Castle in the Sky directed by Hao Miyazaki, was released in Japan.
01 SeptemberJordan University of Science and Technology was established.
27 OctoberInternational World Prayer Day was held in Assisi Italy.
22 NovemberMike Tyson won his first boxing title by defeating Trevor Barbic in Las Vegas.
31 December97 people were killed and 140 were injured in a fire at the DuPont Plaza Hotel in Puerto Rico, San Juan.
11 JanuaryThe Gateway Bridge in Brisbane, Australia, at the time the longest prestressed concrete free-cantilever bridge in the world, opened.
13 JanuaryThe month-long South Yemen Civil War began in Aden between supporters of President Ali Nasir Muhammad and his predecessor Abdul Fattah Ismail, resulting in thousands of casualties.
16 JanuaryThe Internet Engineering Task Force, a standards organization that develops and promotes Internet standards, held its first meeting, consisting of twenty-one United States-government-funded researchers.
28 JanuarySpace Shuttle program: STS-51-L mission – Space Shuttle Challenger explodes after lift off, killing all seven astronauts on board.
07 FebruaryPresident of Haiti Jean-Claude Duvalier fled the country after a popular uprising, ending 28 years of one-family rule in the nation.
19 FebruaryThe first module of the Soviet space station Mir was launched,establishing the first long-term research station in space.
25 FebruaryPeople Power Revolution: Philippines President Ferdinand Marcos visits the country after 20 years of rule; Corazon Aquino became the first female President of the Philippines.
25 FebruaryIn the Philippines, the non-violent People Power Revolutionculminated with the removal of Ferdinand Marcos from power and theinauguration of Corazon Aquino as the nation's first female President.
28 FebruarySwedish Prime Minister Olof Palme was assassinated by a lone gunman in Stockholm while walking home from a movie theatre with his wife Lisbet Palme.
11 March1 million days passed since traditional foundation of Rome.
13 MarchClaiming the right of innocent passage, American warships USS Yorktown and USS Caron entered the Soviet territorial waters in the Black Sea, inciting Soviet combat readiness.
15 MarchThe building housing the Hotel New World in Singapore collapsedsuddenly due to structural failure, killing 33 people.
15 AprilThe US armed forces started bombing Libya to try to reduce the ability to support international terrorism.
20 AprilSt. James Theater closed "Jerry's girls" 139 in New York City.
25 AprilKing Maswati III of Swastiland was crowned, who was the successor of his father Sambhuja II.
26 AprilThe Chernobyl nuclear power plant near Chernobyl, UkrainSSR, faced a steam explosion, resulting in a fire, a nucleomedtown and more than 336,000 people withdrawn and rehabilitated in Europe.
02 MayHenry Tivonon was killed in an accident while leading the Tour Day Corres rally, resulting in FISA, the sports governing bodies for motorings, powerful and popular group B rally ban the fortnight of cars.
07 MayPatrick Maro, Canadian photographer and climbers, became the first person to climb every seven peaks in more difficult kartens-culture on 7 May 1986.
14 MayIn 1980, after receiving all the original papers of Anne Frank's diary, the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation published the entire diary of Anne Frank on 14 May 1986. He wrote his experiences with his family during the German occupation of the Netherlands in World War II.
19 MayThe Firearm Owners' Protection Act was passed by United States Congress government, effective from May 19, 1986. It has revised many provisions of the Gun Control Act, 1968 under United Stated Federal Law.
27 MayThe European community adopted the European flag. The flag of Europe has a cycle of 12 golden (yellow) stars on the Azure background. It is the flag and symbol of the European Council (CO) and the European Union (EU). It is often used to indicate countries in the Euro region, and, more loosely, is independent of any of these institutions to represent the continent of Europe or Europe.
22 JuneArgentina footballer Diego Maradona scored both 'Handgog Gol' and 'Gol of the Century' against England during the final final match of the FIFA World Cup in Mexico City.
27 JuneIn Nicaragua vs. The United States, the International Court of Justice ruled that the United States had violated international law by supporting Contras in the rebellion against Nicaraguagwa.
06 JulyDavis Fineni Tour Day became the first cyclist of the USA to win the road stage of France. It is a multi-deprived annual racing of bicycles that occurred in France. The path of the tour goes through its neighboring countries. Cyclists from all over the world participate in it. This race is considered to be the most prestigious in all other bicycle races.
09 JulyHomosexuality was legalized in New Zealand. The Gay Reforms Act Act was passed by the Parliament of New Zealand. This law applied to people whose age was 16 years or more. This decision became the subject of discussion around the world.
11 JulyThe New Zealand's Parliament passed the gay law reform, which legalizes gay sex.
12 JulyThe Homosexual Law Reform Act became a law in New Zealand, which weakens gay sex.
23 JulySarah Ferguson married Rajkumar Andrew, Duke of York Atwestminster Abbey, Duches ofyork to join the British Royal family.
21 AugustMalignant gas from the volcanic lake Nyos in Cameroon, West Africa destroyed everything in a 15 -mile radius, including 1,500 people. The gas was harmful because it had high amounts of carbon dioxide, hydrogen and sulfur.
21 AugustA deadly explosion of a cloud of carbon dioxide from the neosine Cameron Lake killed 1,700 people and 3,500 livestock.
31 AugustAeroméxico Flight 498, Cerritos, California, a private-owned Piperpa-28 crashed into the Cherokee aircraft, killing 67 on the ground of 15 in the air.
07 SeptemberBishop Desmond Tutu is known for his non -violent opposition to apartheid in South Africa, the first black man to become the Cape Town Archbishop. This happened two years later when he won the Nobel Peace Prize.
07 SeptemberDesmond Tutu became the first black person to lead the Church province of Southern Africa.
08 SeptemberNissan establishes itself as the first Japanese automobile company to open a factory in Europe by opening one in Sunderland in England.
29 SeptemberCape lifts a spacecraft from the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canverals in an attempt to launch satellite. This is the first manned space mission after the spacecraft challenger disaster two and a half years ago.
05 OctoberThe British newspaper The Sunday Times published the story of a former nuclear technician Mordchai Vanunu, which had a description of Israel's atomic capacity.
09 OctoberThe Phantom of the Opera, the longest running broadway show in history by Andrew Lloyd Weberchic by Music, was opened in West End, London.
19 OctoberThe President of the Mozambic President Samora Machal and 43 others were killed, his president's plane crashed into the Lebombbo mountain with the border of South Africa.
21 OctoberScientists are examining a huge hole that emerged in the ozone layer of the Earth above the Antarctica. He got this information from satellite connection. According to him, it has caused a certain chemical process and is suspected of the gas used in the aerosol compartment.
27 OctoberThe British government has unexpectedly neutralized the financial markets, a step that has changed their way of functioning in the country, which has been described as 'Big Bang'.
29 OctoberBritish Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher opened the last journey of the M25 motorway, which is a surrounded road that surrounds London which is the world's longest.
11 DecemberScientists have detected the cause of a large number of birds in Spain during the last September. It was found that pesticides poisoned 5,000–10,000 birds in Spain rice growing area.
16 DecemberDeenmukmed Konayev was dismissed as the first secretary of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, riots were provoked outside the country.
19 DecemberAfter six years of internal exile in Gorky, Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev released disgruntled Andreiskharov.
31 DecemberThree dissatisfied employees set fire to Dupont Plaza Hotel San Juan, Puerto Rico, killing 98 people and 140 others injured, leading to the second most deadly hotel in the United States history.

Important Historical Events of the Year 1986 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
24 JuneGovernment of India also approved maternity benefit for unmarried women.
04 OctoberIndian Helicopter Corporation was established.
15 NovemberIndia's top female tennis player Sania Mirza was born in Mumbai city of Maharashtra state.
19 FebruaryComputerized railway reservation ticket was introduced for the first time in India.
30 JuneMizoram became the state of India. Mizoram is one of the states of North Eastern India, which is in the form of Aizol, the capital. The name is derived from Mi (people), ZO (relationship with the people of Mizoram / Lushai Hills) and Ram (land), and thus Mizoram means "the land of the hill".

Famous People's Birthdays in 1986 😀

BirthName/Category/Country
15 SeptemberJoshna Chinappa / Player / India
15 NovemberSaniya Mirza / Player / India
07 OctoberAmy Satterthwaite / Player / New Zealand
01 NovemberKristina Akheeva / Actress / India
02 DecemberKainaat Arora / Actress / India
03 JulyKratika Sengar / Actress / India
03 JanuaryNavneet Kaur / Actress / India
04 NovemberSuhas Gopinath / Business Man / India
05 JanuaryDeepika Padukone / Actress / India
05 SeptemberPragyan Ojha / Cricketer / India
06 AugustHarsha / NA / India
08 SeptemberParupalli Kashyap / Badminton Player / India
10 JanuaryAyesha Takia / Actress / India
12 JulyEvelyn Sharma / Actress / India
15 SeptemberJoshna Chinappa / Player / India
15 NovemberSania Mirza / Player / India
15 NovemberSania Mirza / Tennis Player / India
16 FebruaryIndushree / Ventriloquist / India
17 SeptemberRavichandran Ashwin / Cricketer / India
18 FebruaryGiaa Manek / Actress / India
18 DecemberRicha Chadha / Actress / India
20 AugustTaniya Sachdev / Chess Player / India
26 JulyMugdha Godse / Actress / India

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