The year 2009 has a special significance of its own in India and world history. Let us know some such important events of the year 2009 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 2009 in World ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
09 MayNASA sent a reconnaissance space into space to search for water on the moon.
01 June228 passengers, including crew members, were killed in the crash of an Air France plane-447 going from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Paris.
18 JuneNASA sent a reconnaissance probe to find water on the moon.
25 JuneMichael Jackson, who wrote a new definition of music and dance, died.
06 JulyJadranka Kosor became Croatia's first female Prime Minister.
02 SeptemberFormer Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister and National Congress Party leader Dr. Yeduguri Suspicious Rajasekhara Reddy died in an air crash.
04 SeptemberGujarat High Court lifts ban on Aswant Singh's book written on Muhammad Ali Jinnah in Gujarat.
09 OctoberThe US space agency NASA launched the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing satellite LCROSS.
25 OctoberAbout 155 people were killed in two suicide bombings in Baghdad.
28 OctoberAround 117 people died and 213 were injured in a suicide bombing in Peshawar city of Pakistan.
14 November15 coaches of the Mandore Superfast Express derailed near the Banskho gate in Jaipur, killing 6 passengers.
23 NovemberInnocent-innocent 32 media persons were executed in the Philippines.
19 AugustA series of bombings in Baghdad, Iraq, killed 101 people and injured 565.
07 DecemberThe climate summit began in Copenhagen.
17 DecemberThe sinking of the cargo ship MV Danny F2 off the coast of Lebanon killed 40 people and over 28,000 animals.
01 January61 people died in a fire at a nightclub in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.
05 JanuaryNational Conference President Omar Abdullah took the oath of office of the Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir.
08 JanuaryA 6.1 magnitude earthquake in the northern region of Costa Rica left 15 dead and 32 others injured.
11 JanuarySlumdog Millionaire received the Best Film Award at the 66th Golden Globe Awards.
13 JanuaryFormer Chief Minister of Jammu and Kashmir Farrukh Abdullah was made the President of the National Conference.
14 JanuaryThe government announced 100 percent foreign investment from facsimile copy of foreign letters.
20 JanuaryBarack Obama took over as America's 44th President.
21 JanuaryA pilot was killed when an air force training aircraft Suryakiran crashed in Bidar, Karnataka.
23 JanuaryThe ban on smoking scenes in film and television programs is over.
07 FebruaryPresident Pratibha Patil was conferred with D.Litt by Maharashtra Governor SC Jamir.
08 FebruaryIn an avalanche in the Khilanmarg area near Srinagar, 350 soldiers of the Army's High Altitude Warfare School were buried under snow. In which bodies of 11 soldiers were exhumed.
10 FebruaryRenowned classical singer Pandit Bhimsen Joshi was awarded the highest civilian honor of the country, Bharataratna.
14 FebruaryNaiya Masood was awarded the 'Saraswati Samman' of the year 2007 for her story collection Taus Chaman Ki Maina.
03 MarchArmed people opened fire on the bus of the Sri Lankan cricket team going to play matches in Lahore, Pakistan.
04 MarchThe new version of the BrahMos missile was tested from Pokhran in Rajasthan.
07 MarchNASA had released a telescope named Kepler from Cape Canaveral into space to explore Earth-like planets and life on them in the universe.
15 MarchInternational level women wrestler Arjuna Awards Gatika Jakhar won the Bharat Kesari title for the seventh consecutive time and achieved the distinction of becoming the most powerful woman wrestler in the country.
01 AprilGay marriage was recognized in Sweden.
06 AprilA 6.3 magnitude earthquake in Italy killed 253 people.
12 AprilZimbabwe abandoned its official currency 'Zimbabwe Dollar'.
01 January71 people were killed in a nightclub fire in Bangkok, Thailand.
01 February97 Women's Australian Open: Serena Williams defeated Dinara Safina 6–0, 6–3).
05 MarchMoises Elo announced he would retire after the World Baseball Classic.
05 April44th Academy of Country Music Award: Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley won.
01 MayGay marriage was legalized in Sweden.
14 JuneAna Nordkvist won the 55th LPGA Championship.
13 JulyShe Wolf Shakira made her eighth album debut.
15 AugustThe 12th World Championship of Athletics Open was started in Berlin, Germany.
14 September129th Men's US Open: Juan Martin del Potro defeated Roger Federer (3-6, 7-6, 4-6, 7-6, 6-2).
28 OctoberThe Peshawar bombings killed 117 people and injured 213.
03 NovemberThe 23rd saw the Soul Train Music Awards: Michael Jackson, Charlie Wilson and Chaka Khan.
08 DecemberThe bombing in Baghdad, Iraq killed 127 people and injured 448.
01 JanuarySlovakia replaced it's national currency, the Slovak Karuna with the Euro.
01 JanuaryA nightclub fire in Bangkok, Thailand, killed 66 patrons celebrating the new year.
03 JanuaryIsrael launched an invasion of the Gaza strip.
07 JanuaryThe prime minister of Russia Vladimir Putin endorses Russia's decision to turn off the gas suppliers to Europe through Ukraine.
13 JanuaryEthiopian military forces start pulling out of Somalia after a continuous try of two years.
15 JanuaryAll 155 passengers survived in the US airways plane when it get ditched in the Hudson River.
15 JanuaryAfter US Airways Flight 1549 struck a flock of Canada geese during its initial climb out from New York City, Captain Chesley Sullenberger successfully made an emergency landing in the Hudson River.
17 JanuaryIsrael has declared a unilateral ceasefire in the Gaza War which was effectively on January 18th. AND Hamas too declared a ceasefire but of his own.
20 JanuaryBarack Obama sworn in as the 44th President of U.S.
20 JanuaryIn Washington, D.C., over 1 million people attended the inauguration of Barack Obama as the first African American President of the United States.
24 JanuaryKlaus, the most damaging storm since Lothar and Martin in December 1999, made landfall near Bordeaux, France.
26 JanuaryRioting broke out in Antananarivo, Madagascar, sparking apolitical crisis that led to deposing of President Marc Ravalomanana.
29 JanuaryThe Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt ruled that people whodid not adhere to one of the three government-recognised religions arealso eligible to receive government identity documents.
01 FebruaryPartriarch Kirill of Moscow was enthroned by the Russian Orthodox Church as Partriarch of The Russian Orthodox Church.
01 FebruaryJóhanna Sigurðardóttir became Iceland's first female Prime Minister and the world's first openly gay head of government of the modern era.
02 FebruaryThe Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe devalued the Zimbabwean dollar for the third and final time, making Z$1 trillionnow only Z$1 of the new currency.
05 FebruaryThe United States Navy guided missile cruiser USS Port Royal ran aground on a coral reef off the island of Oahu.
07 FebruarySparking the deadliest bushfire in Australia history, Australia records highest ever temperature in Melbourne.
07 FebruaryA series of 400 individual bushfires ignited across the Australian state of Victoria on Black Saturday, eventually resulting in173 total deaths, the highest ever loss of life from a bushfire in Australia.
10 FebruaryDue to the collision of a Russian and American official satellite, a large amount of space debris was created over Siberia.
10 FebruaryThe first accidental hypervelocity collision between two intact satellites in low Earth orbit took place when Iridium 33 and Kosmos-2251 collided and destroyed each other.
11 FebruaryMorgan Tsvangirai becomes the Prime Minister of Zimbabwe after an agreement signed staking that they will share power with the president Robert Mugabe.
12 FebruaryMorgan Tsvangirai becomes Prime Minister of Zimbabwe after agreeing to share power with President Robert Mugabe
12 FebruaryJust before it was scheduled to land at Buffalo NiagaraInternational Airport, Colgan Air Flight 3407 crashed into a house inClarence Center, New York, killing the house's occupant and all 49people on board the aircraft.
20 FebruaryThe Tamil Tigers attempted to crash two aircraft packed withC-4 in suicide attacks on Colombo, Sri Lanka, but the planes were shotdown before they reached their targets.
25 FebruaryMembers of the Bangladesh Rifles mutinied at its headquartersin Pilkhana, Dhaka, Bangladesh, resulting in 74 deaths.
26 FebruaryDuring the Kosovo war, former Serbian President Milan Mulutinovic is acquitted of war crisis.
02 MarchPresident of Guinea-Bissau, Joao Bernardo Vierira was killed during an armed attack on his house in Bissau.
03 MarchThe building housing the Historical Archive of the City ofCologne, one of the the largest communal archives in Europe, collapsed.
04 MarchGunmen attacked a bus carrying Sri Lankan cricketers in Lahore, Pakistan. Eight people are killed and several people are injured.
04 MarchThe International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant forPresident of Sudan Omar al-Bashir on charges of war crimes and crimesagainst humanity regarding his actions during the War in Darfur.
07 MarchThe Kepler space observatory, designed to discover Earth-likeplanets orbiting other stars, was launched.
07 MarchTwo off-duty soldiers of the British Army's 38 Engineer Regiment were shot dead by the Real IRA in Antrim town, Northern Ireland.
11 MarchA teenage gunman engaged in a shooting spree at a secondaryschool in Winnenden, Germany, killing sixteen, including himself.
17 MarchMarc Ravalamanana, president of Madagascar was over thrown. Andry Rajalina became the new president. He was appointed by the military.
27 MarchFlash bleeding occurs due to failure of in situ gentung dan in Tangerang Boston. Indonesia. At least 99 people are killed during flash bleeding.
27 MarchThe dam of Situ Gintung, an artificial lake in Indonesia's Tangerang District, failed, resulting in floods that killed at least 100 people.
30 MarchTwelve gunmen stormed the Manawan Police Training School in Lahore, Pakistan, and held it for several hours before security forces retaliated.
02 AprilFormer Denmark Prime Minister Andre Phog Rasmusen was appointed as the new general secretary at the 1 NATO summit.
05 AprilThe North Korean satellite Quangmayongsong -2 was launched from the Tonghai Satellite Launching Ground and passed over Japan, by other countries Sparking Konnarns that this could be a trial run of Entertaining which could be used to launch intercontinental ballistic biltilation.
06 AprilL'Aquila, Italy, after a 6.3 magnitude earthquake, around 300 people were killed and 1,500 people were injured.
07 AprilAlbert Fujimori, former president of Parn, was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment. He ordered the army to kidnap some citizens.
10 AprilFijian President Rattu Josefa Illoilo announced that he had suspended the constitution and after handling all the regime in the country, said that Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama's government was illegal.
13 AprilSince 1980, twenty -three people died after a fire broke out in a homeless hostel in Kamienpomorski, Poland, since 1980.
17 AprilThe 5th Summit of America took place in Port of Spain. Heads of about 4 governments participated in the session.
23 AprilGamma Kiran burst GRB 090423 was detected, at that time the most known astronomical object of any kind was coming from.
24 AprilThe United States, other countries, were expressed by the WHO about the expenses of Influenza from Mexico.
30 AprilA public university in Baku, Azerbaijan State Oil Academy, went to a gun -shooting competition, killing 12 people before committing suicide.
01 MayBeliki, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia joined EU. The region was the largest single expansion of the European Union in terms of the number of states and population.
01 MayThe Swedish Parliament adopted a gender-plate law on marriage on 1 May 2009 in Sweden to legalize the same gender marriage. Sweden is the seventh country in the world to marry the same gender.
07 MayIn Napier, New Zealand, the police began a 40 -hour siege to a former New Zealand member's house, which, after a search warrant, shot the authorities.
17 MayDalia Gribassite was elected the first female president of Lithuania, who received 68.18 percent of the vote.
18 MayOn May 18, 2009, the Sri Lankan army defeated Tamil Tigers (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) and thus ended the Sri Lankan Civil War after a 26 -year military campaign. The government took control of the north and east part of the country, which was under the control of LTTE earlier.
19 MaySri Lanka declared victory on May 19, 2009 against LTTE (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) after 26 years of civil war.Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa delivered a victory address in the Parliament and declared the nation free from terrorism.
22 MayThe Credit Card Responsible Card Responsibility and Capitalization Act 2009 signed by US President Barack Obama on 22 May 2009 after the UNITES States Congress passed the revised Bill on 20 May. The bill is effective from February 22, 2010.
25 MayNorth Korea conducted a nuclear test and several other missiles, which were widely condemned from the International Community and the United Nations Security Council.
26 MayNorth Korea allegedly tests its second nuclear device. After the nuclear test, Pyongyang also conducted several missile tests that causes tension in the international community. A scientific paper later estimated the yield 2.35 kilotons. The test was almost universally condemned by the international community. After the test, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolution 1874 condemning testing and stringent sanctions on the country.
31 MayAmerican physician George Tiller, who was known to be one of the few doctors in the United States for late abortion at the national level, was shot dead by Scott Roger.
01 JuneThe route to Paris from Rio de Janeiro crashed in Air France Flight 447 Atlantic Ocean, killing all 228 people.
03 JuneAmerican writer Marilyn Robinson won the Orange Award for fiction for his novel home. Marilyn Sumer Robinson (born 26 November 1943) is an American novelist and essayist. He has received several awards for fiction in 2005, including Pulitzer Award and 2012 National Humanities Medal.
05 JuneAfter 65 days of civil disobedience, at least 31 people were killed in the national policy and conflict between indigenous people in Peru's Bagua province.
08 JuneTwo American journalists arrested for illegally keeping in North Korea were sentenced to 12 years after giving an apology after two months.
14 JunePakistan started its first international freight train service from Islamabad to Istanbul.
18 JuneA robotic spacecraft of NASA was launched to Lunar Recognition (LRO). The LRO mission is a precursor to the future human and robot mission on the moon by NASA. For this a detailed mapping program will identify safe landing sites, detect potential resources on the moon, marks the radiation environment, and demonstrate new technology.
18 JuneNASA launched its first mission Lunar reconnaissance orbit on the moon in ten years.
19 JuneThe War Operationpretter claw in the Afghanistan-Bitish army began, with more than 350 soldiers carried out airstrikes in southern Afghanistan.
19 JuneThere were mass riots with more than 10,000 people and 10,000 policemen in Shishau, China, over the suspicious situation of the local chef's death.
20 JuneDuring the Iranian election opposition, the death of Neda Aga-Sotton was captured on the video and widely distributed on the Internet, making it 'probably the most widely seen in human history'.
21 JuneGreenland received self-governance with provisions to take responsibility for self-governance of judicial matters, self-administration and natural resources. In addition, Greenlanders were recognized as a separate person under international law. Denmark controls foreign affairs and defense matters. Greenland became the only official language in Greenland at the historical ceremony.
22 JuneCiting the declining sales due to the emergence of digitalfotography, the Eastman Kodak Company announced that it would cancel the sales of the Kodakrome Reversal film, which ends its 74 -year run as a photography icon.
22 JuneTwo metro trains collided in Washington, DC, nine people died and 80 others were injured.
25 JuneSwedish officials removed eight-year-old Domainic Johansanfrom on the grounds of his parents on the grounds that he was not being educated.
25 JuneSinger Michael Jackson died after the cardiac arrest athlete was at the house of Los Angeles, after which the authorities declared the cause of a murder due to a combination of drugs in his body.
28 JuneHonduran's President Manual Zelaya was removed by local military forces, so that he could serve a second term after his efforts to hold a referendum to change the Honduran constitution.
05 JulyA series of violent riots began in Qirümqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uygar Autonomous Region in China.
15 JulyCaspian Airlines flight 7908 crashed in the northwest Iran, killing all 168 people.
16 JulyThe Parliament of Iceland votes to join the European Union.
17 JulyTwo suicidal attackers exploded themselves at two separate hotels in Indonesia at Jakarta.
22 JulyA solar eclipse, the longest in history, lasts for 6 minutes and 38.8 seconds, on the Asia and parts of the Pacific Ocean.
24 JulyThe MV Arctic Sea, allegedly carrying wood, was allegedly moved by the kidnappers from Sweden's coast, but a lot of speculation was made in the form of real goods and events.
25 JulyDozens are killed and injured when wildfires spread to France, Spain, Sardinia and Greece.
26 JulyTerrorist Islamist sect Boko Haram attacked the Nigeria Police Force Station, which erupted violence in several states, killing more than 1,000 people in Nigeria.
01 AugustAt a collective security treaty organization summit, Russia signed an agreement that would allow another military service foundation to open within Kyrgyzstan.
01 AugustTwo people died as a result of a shooting attack in the Gay and Lesbian Association building builder Tel-Aviv, Israel.
02 AugustCommunists of Mongolia are found in the Gobi Desert, unusual Buddhist goods buried in the 1930s during the expulsion.
03 AugustBolivia became the first country in the history of South America, which understood the rights of local people to run their lives.
06 AugustIn an attempt to control the spread of swine flu, Iran takes all pilgrims to Saudi Arabia during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
07 AugustA mosque and bombs were dropped on a mosque and pilgrims in Sririkhan village near Mosul, killing about 36 people of Iraq's largest Muslim community, because it was one of its biggest feasts, one of its biggest feasts, to celebrate the birth of Muhammad al-Mahdi. It collects.
08 AugustNine people were killed in a tour helicopter and a small private aircraft collision over the Hudson River in the US Frank Sinatra Park Inhobe Warch.
09 AugustAn example of double-marriage occurs outside the Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reforms in Dublin.
10 AugustA good 350 new glasses consisting of 244 plants and 16 amphibians discovered in the eastern Himalayas.
11 AugustMany people respect a child with four arms and four legs in Nepal's Ramechap, which shows him as an avatar of Ganesha.
12 AugustAstronomers have discovered the planet called WASP-17B, the first planet that revolves in the opposite direction of its star spin.
13 AugustThe French and German economies bounce back to help the eurozone forward for economic reforms in the second quarter, indicating that the global crisis may come to a halt in Europe.
14 AugustPakistan starts its first international freight train service from Islamabad to Istanbul.
16 AugustThe US mainland has been severely affected by the tropical storm, cloudset.
16 Augustwhy. E. Yang won the 2009 PGA Championship, the first Asian player to win the men's leading golf championship.
17 AugustA turbine violently broke the power station at the Sayano-Shushesia dam in Khakaasia, Russia, flooding the power station, causing widespread power failure and 75 people killed.
20 AugustAbdelbset Ali Al-Meghi, Lockerbi Bam-Barshak, was freed from the Scottish government. He was released on the terms of humanity as he was diagnosed with a terminal form of prostate cancer.
22 AugustTwo turkey farms are separated from fear in Walparaso of Chile to fall prey to swine influenza caught from humans.
23 AugustIn a severe drought in northern China, 5 million people deficient water and damage 8.7 million hectares of fields.
25 AugustSouth Korea successfully sent its first rocket into space. The rocket was carrying a satellite that did not go to the planned class. The South Korean government termed it as 'partial-flour'.
27 AugustMichael Perham breaks the record, as he becomes the youngest person to finish a single hostess in the world by Celebot, breaking the previous record for two months.
28 AugustA detailed chemical structure of a single molecule is first copied. The physical size of single carbon nano-tube has been lined with similar techniques before, but the new method also shows chemical bonds.
30 AugustAl Qaeda Saudi Rajkumar accepts responsibility for the attempt to kill Muhammad bin Nayaf.
31 AugustIn England and Wales, homosexuals are given equal births.
02 SeptemberA bomb exploded outside the stock exchange of Athens, causing damage to the building. No casualties were reported.
03 SeptemberAustralia records its hottest August amid rising winter temperature.
04 SeptemberNorth Korea claims that it has entered the final stages of uranium enrichment and tells the United Nations that it is open to interact.
06 SeptemberAn acid attack in Hong Kong has seriously injured about 10 people.
07 SeptemberScientists from Papua New Guinea broadcast the discovery of about forty new species, which includes a huge rat that weighs about 1.5 kg.
08 SeptemberA huge statue of Apollo is installed at the UNESCO World Heritage Site in Turkey.
09 SeptemberFloods in Istanbul, which is the worst and most devastating in the last 80 years, killed about 20 people and injured 20.
09 SeptemberThe Dubai Metro (train picture), the first urban train network of the Arabian Peninsula and the world's longest automatic metro network, was formally inaugurated at 9 09 09 at 9 09 09.
11 SeptemberA rare bird was seen in the Pacific Ocean after Gau's island disappeared for 130 years. Fiji Petral is listed as severely endangered species.
13 SeptemberThe teeth and bones of many animals have been discovered by archaeologists inside a cave in Devon, England by archaeologists.
15 SeptemberIn a UN report in the Gaza war, both Israel and Palestinian forces have committed war crimes.
18 SeptemberThe manufacture of a methane gas explodes more than one kilometer in the Wuzek-Slask coal mine in Poland. The explosion killed twelve miners, while another injured.
19 SeptemberA gay Gaurav in Belgrade, Serbia is discontinued on March on March by the police and Prime Minister Mirco Kewtkoviok after telling the organizers that they cannot guarantee the safety of the people involved in the peaceful march.
20 SeptemberTadag became the first person to win the top award in Australian Rules Football and Gelik Football by winning the All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Finals with Kennelli Kerry.
22 SeptemberSecurity has been increased throughout Germany after the al-Qaeda video threatening to attack on the withdrawal of soldiers from Afghanistan.
24 SeptemberIran announced that it had a second uranium enrichment plant. The Iranian government sent a letter to the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, explaining the existence of the second site.
25 SeptemberThe Polish Parliament passed a law, which made it mandatory to discontinue sexual criminals chemically. The guideline of this law targets men who raped children under fifteen or relatives.
26 SeptemberThe Spanish government officially reveals the plan to liberate the country's law regarding abortion.
28 SeptemberThe country of Iran successfully tested long -range missiles. It comes amid controversy over the country's nuclear enhancement program. The field of missiles has the ability to reach American military bases and as far as in Israel.
28 SeptemberFor Oxopia and other East African countries, Oxfam launched an emergency appeal for £ 9.5 million. This is to help fight the worst drought in a decade.
29 SeptemberThe earthquake with a magnitude of 8.3 attacked the Sumo Islands, leading to a tsunami. Tsunami later killed at least 20 in the nation of Samoa and one in American Samoa and 14.
30 SeptemberA 7.6 MW earthquake occurred on the southern coast of Sumatra in Indonesia, killed 1,115 people and estimated 1.25 million people.
01 OctoberOne, Ardipithekusaramidus Fossil discovery, was declared by the peliyntologist. It is considered to be the oldest fossil skeleton of the human ancestor.
02 OctoberPakistan's army examines a video posted on Facebook, a social networking site that shows soldiers misbehaving with the Taliban.
02 OctoberThe twentieth eighth amendment of the Constitution of Ireland was approved in the second attempt, allowing the state to confirm the Treaty of Lisbon of the European Union.
03 OctoberArchaeologists discovered a small ancient site near the Stonhenge, called "Bluenz", named after a pile of 27 stones.
05 OctoberChina has promised to improve relations with North Korea to improve its economy.
06 OctoberIdelphonse Nizeyimana, one of the most wanted suspects who had a hand in the 1994 Rawandan massacre, has been caught in Kampala, the capital of Uganda.
07 OctoberThe sighting of a new ring around Saturn has been confirmed.
08 OctoberPolish President Lach Kaziski announced his intention to sign the Lisbon Treaty on Saturday 10 October, which will complete the country's approval process.
09 OctoberThe Maoist Naxalites working in different parts of the country formulate a new attack strategy against the Naxalite rebels.
10 OctoberAbout 40 people have been detained after a conflict between anti -Islam and anti -racism demonstrations in Manchester, England.
13 OctoberLa Bela Princea is a painting that was not previously recognized, credited to Leonardo da Vinci on the evidence of the fingerprint.
15 OctoberNorth Korea accused South Korea of ​​encroaching in its regional water, increasing tension on the Korean peninsula.
16 OctoberThe Newz Museum in Berlin has officially opened up after a good 70 years and rebuilt after rebuilding.
18 OctoberThe Australian state of Queensland announced an emergency situation after more than 50 wildlife was burnt.
19 October32 additional solar planets have been discovered. It sets a record for most exoplanets discovered in a day and a month.
21 OctoberMany protesters gather in Lima, Peru to oppose the approval of a bill that proposes some types of abortion legalization.
22 OctoberOne of the first major churches to do so, the Lutheran Church of Sweden decided to organize a similar-lingo marriage.
23 OctoberThe International Telecommunications Association approves a universal mobile phone charger. It can work with any mobile handset.
24 OctoberThousands of people protest in London, demanding the withdrawal of British soldiers in Afghanistan.
26 OctoberSouth Korean-origin scientist, Hwang Wu-Muk has been condemned for fraud in his research on stem cells.
27 OctoberThe Church of Scientology, which is placed under the test in France, has been convicted of organized fraud in the Gelic nation.
28 OctoberNASA's Ares I rocket, the first test article for Eresi I-X, has been successfully launched on a sub-cycle test flight from Complex 39B, launched at Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
28 OctoberIn Peshawar, Pakistan, 137 people were killed and more than 200 people were injured in a car bombings by an unknown party.
29 OctoberIran's President Mahmood Ahmadinejad says that his government is ready for an agreement on the Iranian nuclear program.
30 OctoberNASA has revealed that a partial parachute failure caused damage to the splashing-e-X test booster in the Atlantic Ocean after its test flight on Wednesday.
02 NovemberNorth Korea appealed for direct talks with the United States regarding its nuclear program. He has also issued a warning that if the US fails to meet their demands, they will "go in their own way".
04 NovemberAfter a decade conversation and discussion, China has approved a Disney theme Park in Shanghai.
05 NovemberThe 9 -year ban, earlier imposed on Somali livestock imports by Saudi Arabia, has now become a Utolak. This has reopened the Somalia's export market.
05 NovemberMajor Nidal Malik Hasan of the United States Army moved to a unaccounted ramp at Hasan Fort Hood, the worst shooting at the US military base.
07 NovemberScientists in South Island, New Zealand discovered the first dinosaur footprints in the country, which is considered 70 million years old. Scientists have discovered the footprints of the dinosaurs, which is believed to be the first in the country of New Zealand. They are considered about 70 million years old.
10 NovemberAn electric failure in ITAIPU leads to a large -scale blackout. This affected 15 Brazilian states and the entire country of Paraguay for a short time, causing uproar in big cities like Sao Paulo.
11 NovemberBrazilian officials tried to investigate the reason behind the large -scale power cuts. The issue affected the Brazilian population as well as the fifth of the neighboring Paraguay.
12 November2 Japanese submarines that were drowned during World War II have been found away from Ohu, Hawaii.
13 NovemberThe Philippines President Gloria Aroyo has passed a law, considering atrocities and considering it a criminal offense which is sentenced to imprisonment up to 30 years.
15 NovemberColombia revealed his decision to release four prisoner members of the Venezuela's National Guard detained on the Colombian region.
16 NovemberThe late announcement of another nuclear site by Iran has been a matter of great concern for the IAEA.
17 NovemberSomali pirates a chemical tanker, operating from Singapore, takes MV Theresa VIII Seychels with 28 North Korean people on board.
17 NovemberAdministrators of the Climatic Research Unit at Universityf East Anglia found that their servers were hacked and emails and files were stolen on climate change.
18 NovemberThe Hong Kong government revealed a new democratic political amendment scheme, including the expansion of the Legislative Council.
19 NovemberGoogle has finally revealed its open source operating system Chrome OS's source code.
20 NovemberThe United States Senate clarified the allegations against Rolland Buris, Senator of the legal offense related to his appointment in the Senate.
21 NovemberAccording to a research, Homo Florescences are a specific species discovered in the year 2003. It is not a pre -known species with dwarfness or microcephaly.
21 November108 soldiers died after an explosion in a coal mine in Heylongjiang, China.
22 NovemberThe United States Senate allowed a debate on the Health Services Reform Bill starting on 30 November 2009.
23 NovemberThe family of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was accidentally shot by the Metropolitan Police in London in 2005, reached a compensation deal with the police, resolved "all litigation" between them.
23 NovemberThe governor of the Maghindanao, the Philippines was attacked by supporters of his opponent to the crowd of people to record the candidature of Ismail Mangudatu in the upcoming election, resulting in at least 57 people.
24 NovemberIran, one of its best -selling newspapers, has banned the hostage, a day later, a ban on publishing a picture of the banned Bahi Aastha temple was banned.
25 NovemberIn Somalia, two kidnapped journalists have been released in Somalia, one Australian and one Canadian.
25 NovemberZakadah, Saudi Arabia, caused floods due to severe rains, killing 122 people and thousands of Haj pilgrims were trapped.
26 NovemberThe constitutional court of South Korea broke a decades -old law in which men were punished for making false marriage promises to have sex with women.
27 NovemberThe International Atomic Energy Agency passed a 25-3 resolution condemning Iran to develop a secret uranium enrichment place.
27 NovemberA bombings occurred under a high-speed train traveling between Moscow and St. Petersburg, killing 28 passengers and injured 95.
28 NovemberPakistan's National Reconciliation Ordinance, was released in October 2007 by former President Pervez Musharraf to get rid of several thousand politicians (including current President Asif Ali Zardari) from allegations of political corruption.
29 NovemberNepal announced that it would hold a cabinet meeting on Mount Everest to highlight the impact of global warming on the glacier.
30 NovemberA study in the Journal Pediatrics indicates that if the child is diagnosed early autism, the intervention may increase the IQ level by improving language skills and behavior.
01 DecemberUS President Barack Obama has announced that he will deploy 30,000 additional US troops and start the process of returning from Afghanistan within the next 19 months.
02 DecemberA senior British judge ordered Wikipedia to violate its privacy after an appeal to help find an alleged blackmailer.
03 DecemberFive more people of China have been sentenced to death in the July riots in Mrümqi, Xinjiang, Northwest China.
03 DecemberA suicide bomb blast in Mogadishu, Somalia lost 25 people, including three ministers of the transitional federal government.
04 DecemberThe current President of Namibia Hifikpunne Pohamba has been again appointed with the ruling party after the next week.
05 DecemberThousands of people attended the funeral of Chile's singer and national icon Victor Zara in Santiago, which was reborn 36 years after his death through torture in the 1973 military coup by Augusto Pinoshet.
06 DecemberAn HIV positive person is convicted for trying to pass his wife intentionally on the virus, such a case in New Zealand to report such a case for the first time.
07 DecemberAbout eight people were killed and at least 41 others were injured due to a school bombing in Baghdad.
08 DecemberJulian Aristides Gonzalez, the head of the Anti -Drug Trafficking Unit in Honduras, has been killed by unknown gunmen.
08 DecemberIn Baghdad, Iraq, 127 were killed and 448 injured in bomb blasts performed by the Islamic State of Iraq.
09 DecemberAfter refusing to give visas to North Korean artists, the Australian government has been accused of censorship, due to their work, due to their work.
10 DecemberA unsuccessful launch of the intercontinental missile RSM -56 by Russia is being described as the cause of mysterious spiral light appearing above Northern Norway yesterday.
11 DecemberAccording to the US Defense Minister, Robert Gates USA has warned Iran of "important new restrictions" on the country's nuclear program.
12 DecemberThe Denmark police have arrested around 900 of the thousands of people gathered in Copenhagen to request more action on climate change and global warming.
13 DecemberOn the second day of demonstrations at the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Denmark police have detained 200 protesters for the Copenhagen port and detained 2o protesters.
14 DecemberAccording to a recent revelation, China's People's Liberation Army has built a huge underground tunnel in the Hebai region to conserve its nuclear weapons.
18 December30,000 Philippine people live in temporary shelter as scientists estimate that Mount Maine volcano will burst in the coming weeks.
18 DecemberThe Copenhagen Summit on Climate Change ended with the non -binding binding Copenhagen Agreement.
20 DecemberAbout 100 people died of a fugitive truck in a market in Kogi state in Nigeria.
25 DecemberNorthwest Airlines flight 253, Omar Farooq Abdulmuthalbattam instigated the plastic explosives hidden in his underwear to explode.
25 DecemberThe 19th -century St. Mail Cathedral was destroyed by fire at Longford, a 'Flagship Cathedral' of Irish Midlands.
27 DecemberRecently, during a protest against the presidency against the presidency in Tehran, the Iranian security forces opened fire on the protesters on the day of Ashura.

Important Historical Events of the Year 2009 in India ⚡

Event__DateIncident/Event
21 JuneIndia's badminton star player Saina Nehwal became the first Indian woman to win the title of Super Series Badminton Tournament.
22 JuneThe longest solar eclipse of the 21st century appeared in India.
22 JulyThe longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century appeared in India.
26 JulyIndia becomes the sixth country to launch nuclear submarine.
01 SeptemberVice Admiral Nirmal Kumar Verma was appointed as the new Chief of the Indian Navy.
23 SeptemberThe Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) placed seven satellites in orbit, including the Indian satellite Ocean Sat-2.
24 SeptemberIndia's first Chandrayaan-1 discovered water on the lunar surface.
17 OctoberMaldives located in the Indian Ocean, under the world's first cabinet meeting, tried to warn all countries against the threat of global warming.
12 NovemberTo promote tourism in India, the Central Government's 'Incredible India ' campaign was awarded the World Travel Award-2009.
12 AugustIndia's famous economist C. Rangarajan was appointed as the chairman of the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council.
22 AugustThe longest total solar eclipse of the 21st century appeared in India.
04 FebruaryThe Indian Academy of Acupressure Sciences honored Baba Ramdev with the Live Time Achievement Award for his services.
05 MarchIFFCO Indian Pharma Fertilizer Cooperative Limited) became the first company in the world to make annual sales of 10 million tonnes of fertilizer.
06 MarchThe sking-wing fighter aircraft MiG-23 made its final flight after serving the Indian Air Force for three decades.
08 MarchIndia's leading golf player Jyoti Randhawa won the Thailand Open title.
04 JuneIn Jalandhar, Punjab, India, two lakh people attend the funeral of Sant Ramanand Das, leader of Dera Sacha Khan. Dera Sachand is a religious social organization, located in Balan village near Jalandhar, Punjab, India. It was founded by the devotees of Guru Ravidas.
30 JuneSchoolgirl Bahia goat was the only survivor when Yemenia Flight 626 crashed in the Indian Ocean in which 152 people were killed.
24 AugustAbout 200 children are killed and around 900 are hospitalized due to the disease, Japanese encephalitis in Uttar Pradesh, India.
01 SeptemberThe outbreak of diarrhea in Orissa, India can kill at least 26 people. 237 admitted to the hospital.
10 SeptemberFive girls died and 30 other students were injured in a stampede in the Indian capital, New Delhi.
23 SeptemberIndia successfully launched seven satellites in the same mission. Its inauguration ended a month after the end of the Moon Mission. There are six small satellites involved from Germany, Switzerland and Turkey.
12 OctoberIndia successfully tested its indigenously developed medium -distance missiles in the eastern state of Orissa.
20 OctoberRare recording of suspected witches being misbehaved in India gives rise to disputes in India.
25 OctoberIndia responds to the protest of China that tries to prevent the Dalai Lama from going to Arunachal Pradesh, saying it is a "respected guest" and will not be forbidden.
06 NovemberIndian and Burmese come together and target a Nagaland separatist rebel base located in the north-east of Burma.
08 NovemberThe Dalai Lama travels to Tawang, disputed land in Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India despite China's opposition.
09 NovemberSomali Pirates attack Hong Kong-flagged oil tankers with a long-range rocket-proled grenade 1,000 miles from Somali coast in the Indian Ocean.

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