10 July History | 10 July History: The date of July 10 is very special in terms of Pakistan-Bangladesh, many incidents are recorded in history.
Today’s History, 10th July
New Delhi : To say the day of July 10 is a normal day of 24 hours, but if we look in the window of history, many good and bad events are recorded in the name of this date. The most important incident in these is about our neighboring country Bangladesh. In fact, East Pakistan became independent after Pakistan’s defeat in 1971 at the hands of India, but it took two years for Pakistan to recognize it as an independent nation. In 1973, the National Assembly of Pakistan passed a resolution accepting Bangladesh as an independent country.
The serial details of other events recorded in history on the date of 10th July are as follows:-
1246: Nasiruddin Muhammad Shah ascended the throne of Delhi.
1624: Anti-Spanish treaty signed between Hollande and France.
1848: The first telegraph link between New York and Chicago begins.
1907: An agreement is signed between France and Japan to uphold the independence and integrity of China.
1946: After the end of the monarchy, Italy became a republican nation.
1965: The first NCC college for women opened in Gwalior.
1966: Manufacturing of Air Force fighter aircraft ‘MiG’ begins in Nashik district of Maharashtra.
1972: The fully air conditioned ship Harsh Vardhan was launched from the Margao port in Mumbai.
1983: Margaret Thatcher again becomes Prime Minister in Britain.
1986: India beat England by 5 wickets for first Test victory at Lord’s.
1999: International Labor Conference opened in Geneva.
2002: Pakistan changes the name of K-2, the world’s second highest peak, to ‘Chogori’ or ‘Shahgori’.
2005: Signing of two agreements on education and community development in India and Sri Lanka.
2008: The Central Government announced an ‘Integrated Space Cell’ for the three services.
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