The year 2003 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 2003 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 2003 in World ⚡

03 MayAustralia cricket team captain Steve Waugh became the second batsman to score the most runs in Test cricket.
04 MayAnna Guevera of Mexico took the world record in the 300 meter race of Grandpri meter with a time of 35.30 seconds.
09 MayAmerican multinational company Google introduced internet program Adsense.
20 MayPakistan banned militant organization Hizbul Mujahi Din.
25 MayChile won the World Cup tennis title for the first time.
10 JuneNASA's Mangalyaan rover launched.
18 JuneGoogle introduced the internet program Adsense.
04 July44 killed in an attack on a Shia mosque in Pakistan.
07 JulyNASA's Opportunity spacecraft flew to Mars.
08 JulyA Sudan Airways plane crashed, killing all 116 passengers on board.
19 JulyRussian astronaut Yuri Male Thanko became the first person to marry in space.
22 JulyTwo sons of dictator Saddam Hussein were killed in an air strike in Iraq.
18 SeptemberBus service started between Dhaka-Agartala.
03 OctoberPakistan, a neighboring country, test-fired the HALF-III missile.
08 OctoberMiss Venezuela Gojedor Ezua won the title of Miss International competition held in Tokyo.
17 OctoberChina succeeded in sending humans into space as Asia's first in space and the third country after Russia.
19 OctoberPope John Paul II declared Mother Teresa blessed. This is the first step towards the title of saint.
20 OctoberSoyuz joined the International Space Station.
27 OctoberMore than 50,000 people were affected by the earthquake in China.
31 OctoberThe 22-year-long rule of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Muhammad came to an end.
07 NovemberUS President George Bush signed a bill prohibiting abortion.
24 NovemberUma Devi Khatri, who created comedy in Hindi films, died.
02 AugustThe United Nations Security Council allowed forces to be sent to Libya to stop the Huwe conflict.
03 AugustThe Anglican Church of America decided to appoint a gay bishop. Jane Robinson of New Hampshire was elected bishop by an overwhelming majority by the House of Deputies of the Episcopal Church.
10 AugustYuri Malenchenko became the first person to marry in space.
11 AugustThe North Atlantic Treaty Organization NATO commanded the peace force in Afghanistan.
27 AugustMars reached the nearest Earth after a gap of 60 thousand years.
29 AugustNASA's flawed work culture was blamed for the Columbia spacecraft crash.
14 December73 countries signed the first anti-corruption agreement in Merida, Mexico.
28 DecemberIn the United States, it was decided to deploy Sky Marshal ie Security Guard in some aircraft of Britain.
18 JanuaryFamous Hindi poet and writer Harivansh Rai Bachchan died.
22 JanuaryNASA's spacecraft Pioneer 10 was the last contact with man-made aircraft farthest from Earth.
01 FebruaryWhile returning from space to Earth orbit, the spacecraft Columbia crashed. All seven astronauts including Kalpana Chawla were killed in this accident.
10 FebruaryNamibia played the first international ODI match.
23 FebruaryDavison of Canada broke the record of Kapil Dev made in 1983 by scoring the fastest century of the World Cup.
24 FebruaryA severe earthquake killed 257 in China's Jijiang Province.
25 FebruaryApproved the 'Kuala Lumpur Declaration' at the 13th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement.
28 FebruaryIn the United States, it was decided to deploy Sky Marshal ie security guard in some British aircraft.
06 MarchAn Algerian plane crashed in Tamarasset, killing more than 102 passengers.
10 MarchNorth Korea test-fired the cruise missile.
15 MarchA new generation came to power in China and Hu Jinto became president.
20 MarchAllied military missile attacks on Baghdad began on this day. The purpose of these attacks started under the leadership of America was to remove Saddam Hussein from power.
24 MarchWorld Tuberculosis Day was observed all over the world to increase public awareness for tuberculosis prevention and to continue efforts to control it.
25 MarchAdam Osborne, who built the first portable computer, passed away.
27 MarchRussia test-fired the deadly Topol RS-12M ballistic missile.
11 AprilPakistan won the Sharjah Cup for the 12th time.
14 AprilIsraeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon agreed to remove some ghettos from the west coast.
17 AprilFormation of Indo-UK Parliamentary Forum after 55 years.
19 AprilChina's female lifter Bang Ming Chien set a world record.
28 AprilEmployee Safety and Health Day was observed all over the world, the same day workers who were killed during work are also remembered.
30 JanuaryBelgium legally approved gay marriage, becoming the second country in the world to agree to do so.
26 FebruaryLondon Congestion Charge Scheme launched.
08 MarchMalta approved to join the European Union in a referendum.
12 AprilHungary approved joining the European Union in a referendum.
11 MayLithuania approved joining the European Union in a referendum.
08 JunePoland approved joining the European Union in a referendum.
05 JulyDeclared the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome to be contained by the World Health Organization.
25 AugustThe Seaspitzer Space Telescope launched in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
14 SeptemberEstonia approved joining the European Union in a referendum.
15 OctoberChina's Shenzhou 5 began with their first manned space flight.
09 NovemberA suicide terrorist attack in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia killed 17 people.
09 DecemberAn explosion in the center of Moscow left six people dead and many more injured.
01 JanuaryThe Japanese team Oklahoma Sooners won victory over the American team Washington State Cougars in Rose Bowl on 1st January.
05 JanuaryLondon police arrested six people in conjunction with analleged terrorist plot to release ricin on the London Underground,although only one was eventually convicted.
08 JanuaryTurkish Airlines Flight 634 crashed in extensive fog during final approach to Diyarbakir Airport in Turkey, leaving only five survivors out of 80 people on board.
10 JanuaryAfter Chicago police detective Jon Burge was discovered to have forced confessions from more than 200 suspects, Governor of Illinois George Ryan commuted the death sentences of 167 prisoners and pardoned four more.
22 JanuaryThe United Nations reports that there is no link between al Qaeda and Iraq.
22 JanuaryThere has been a major bomb attack in Beit Lid Israel by Palestinian. This caused 21-22 people death.
27 JanuaryThe first selections for the National Recording Registry wereannounced by the U.S. Library of Congress.
28 JanuaryPresident George W. Bush in his state of the union address stated that Saddam Hussian had tried to acquire significant quantities of uranium from Africa.
15 FebruaryIn one of the largest anti-war rallies in history, millionsaround the world in approximately 800 cities took part in protestsagainst the impending invasion of Iraq.
17 FebruaryThe London congestion charge, a fee that is levied on motoriststravelling within designated parts of Central London, came intooperation.
18 FebruaryArsonist set a fire in a railway station in Daegu, South Korea, Nearly 200 were killed in the incident.
19 FebruaryThe Iranian Revolutionary Guard military flight crashes into the Sirach Mountains. 275 people were killed in the disaster.
20 FebruaryFire at the Station rock club in Rode Island kills nearly 100 people on February 2003.
23 February45th Grammy Awards, Norah Jones and John Mayer win major awards.
28 FebruaryUnited Nations chief weapons inspector Hans Blik said that there was no evidence that Iraq had any weapons of mass destruction.
06 MarchAround 103 people were killed in the spot due to the crash of Air Algrie Flight at Tamanrasset Airport in Algeria.
16 MarchAmerican peace activist Rachel Corrie was crushed to death byan Israel Defense Forces armored bulldozer in Rafah as she wasprotesting the demolition of a house.
28 MarchInvasion of Iraq – In a friendly fire incident, two members of the United States Air Force attacked the United Kingdom's Blues and Royals of the Home Cavalry, killing one and wounding five British civilians.
09 AprilThe invasion of the Iraq coalition army captured Baghdad and the statue of Saddam Hussain was demolished at Firdos Square.
14 AprilThe completion of the human genome project was announced.
01 MayOn 1 May 2003, US President George W. Bush landed at the aircraft vessel USS Abraham Lincoln in a lockheed S-3 Viking, where he announced the end of major fighter campaigns in the Iraq War.
22 MaySwedish professional golfer Annika Sorenstam 2245, became the first woman to play the PGA Tour event in Fort Worth, Texas on 22 May, 2003, as Los Angeles opened in 1945, worthy of Los Angeles, which was eligible by Babe Zahriyas.
22 MaySwedish golfer Annika Sorenstam became the first woman to play PGA Tour event in 58 years.
28 MayAs a result of his criticism of his conduct, Peter Hallingworth resigned from his post as Governor-General of Australia.
02 JuneEurope started its first visit to Mars. The investigation of the European Space Agency's Mars Express began from the Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhstan. The Mars Express is a Space Investigation Mission being run by the European Space Agency (ESA). The Mars Express mission is searching for Mars, and the first planetary mission attempted by the agency is. "Express" originally refers to speed and efficiency with which spacecraft was designed and manufactured.
10 JuneSpirit Rover was launched by NASA for Mission Marsa. This was the beginning of the Mangal Abhiyan program organized by the United States space agency NASA. Spirit Rover was a robot vehicle sent to the surface of Mars to collect information and became the first country to land on the surface of the planet Mars.
20 JuneWikimedia Foundation (WMF) is an American non-profit and charitable organization headquartered in San Francisco, California, which operates many tickets. This foundation is mostly known to host Wikipedia, an internet encyclopedia that ranks into the top-ten websites in the world worldwide. The organization was established by Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia, which is a way of funding Wikipedia and her sister projects through non-profit means.
06 JulyA Meti message was sent to five stars in the universe, which were several light years away from the earth. This message was sent to discover additional terrestrial life in the universe. This message was recognized as a silence breaker in the universe. Message is expected to reach the destination by 2036.
07 JulyMars Executive-B Rover was launched in space. The launch was done using Delta -2 rocket. It was an unmanned robot rover that landed on the surface of the planet's surface. It is still in active position and is collecting information from Mars.
13 JulyThe French DGSE personnel revoked an operation to protect the Colombian Politician Betngrid Betancourt from the Revolutionary Armed Forces offcombia, which led to a political scam when the details were leaked after six days.
14 JulyUS Ambassador Joseph C. In an attempt to discredit Wilson, who wrote an article for the invasion of Iraq in 2003, Washingtonpost's columnist Robert Novak revealed that Wilson's wife Valerie Plamevas was a 'CIA'.
14 JulyUS Ambassador Joseph C. In an attempt to discredit Wilson, who wrote a critical article for the attack on Iraq, Washington Postcolomist Robert Novak revealed that Wilson's wife Valerie Playm was ACCIA 'operative '.
05 AugustA suicide bomber exploded a car bomb outside the lobby of Jejw Marriott Hotel in Setibudi, South Jakarta, Indonesia, killing twelve people and injured 150.
10 AugustThe United Kingdom has first marked the temperature when exceeding 100 degrees Fahrenheit. In Brogdel, Kent's temperature was recorded at 101.3F, the most prominent level of temperature in the country since the record was recorded in 1875. A strong summer wave in Europe took over 35,000 lives in August.
19 AugustA suicide bomber in Hamas killed 23 people in a crowded public bus in Shamruel Hanvi Quarter Jerusalam and injured more than 130 people.
25 AugustTwo bombs planted in taxis exploded in two of Mumbai's most wandering areas, killing at least 44 people and injuring around 150.
27 AugustThe first round of six-sided negotiations to find a peaceful solution for safety concerns as a result of North Korean nuclear weapon program.
27 AugustMars created its nearest view to the Earth in about 60,000 years -55,758,006 km (34,646,419 mi).
05 SeptemberToyota has acquired Chrysler to become the third best selling car company in the US with a 12% market share. However, it is far behind Ford which controls the 19% market and further behind General Motors with a 27% share in the market, leading them to the market.
14 SeptemberGuinea-Bissau President Kumbha Illa was included in the floodless coup.
16 SeptemberThe Federal Reserve will keep the interest rates at the current 45 -year low at 1% as the core inflation is less than 37% 1.3%.
28 SeptemberA power outage has black out of 90% of the country of Italy. Thousands of people trapped in trains and lifts were released due to power cuts.
03 OctoberThe Roy Horn of Seigfreed and Roywas's American entertainment pair scrambled with the tiger during a performance at the Casino Resort on The Miraj Hotel and Las Vegas strip.
04 OctoberA suicide bomber killed 21 people inside the Maxim restaurant in Haifa, Israel and injured more than 50 people.
15 OctoberThe People's Republic of China (PRC) launched its first human controlled Space Mission "" Shenzho 5 "from the Jyukwan Satellite Launch Center located in the Gobi Desert with astronaut Yang Levei.
15 OctoberThe Chinese Space Program---China's first manned spacecraft was launched, which took the astronaut Yang Levei.
24 OctoberConcord, now travels at double the sound of sound from JFK International Airport in New York City to Heathro in London, creates the final commercial travelers.
05 NovemberAmerican serial killer Gary Ridgwe holds 48 countoff first degree murder.
14 NovemberAstronomers Michael E. Brown, Chad Truzilo and David L. Rinbovitz discovered the Trans-Neptunian Object 90377 Sedna.
18 NovemberAlong with its rule at the Gudridge vs. Department of Public Health, Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court made the state the first UUS. To legalize the same-marriage.
26 NovemberThe Japanese threatened to retaliate against the US steel export charges improperly determined by the World Trade Organization. One of the steps that Japan has planned is charging the US dollar as an additional fee.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2003 in India ⚡

30 SeptemberThe famous Indian chess player Vishwanathan Anand won the World Rapid Chess Championship.
07 JanuaryJapan announced $ 90 million in aid to India for development work.
24 JanuaryExtradition treaty was signed between India and France.
02 MayEight Hindu Aryana fishermen were killed in Kerala by a crowd of Indian Union Muslim League, sponsored by the Muslim League.

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