अपनी भाषा में पड़ने के लिए यह पे अपनी भाषा को चुने [google-translator]
21 May, This Day in History
What Happened On This Day – 21 May
1991 Former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi, is killed
The assailant was a lady accepted to be connected to the Sri Lankan rebel aggressor association, the Tamil Tigers. At any rate, 14 individuals lost their lives in the self-destruction besieging.
1979 Violent conflicts follow the indulgent condemning for Harvey Milk’s killer
Milk, the principal straightforwardly gay U.S. government official, had been shot and murdered along with San Francisco Mayor George Moscone. The professional killer, Dan White, was sentenced for intentional murder just, setting off the White Night Riots.
1951 The ninth Street Show opens in New York
The historic craftsmanship display showing works by specialists like Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning is viewed as the birth hour of the creative vanguard alluded to as the New York School.
1932 Amelia Earhart turns into the primary lady to fly performance relentless across the Atlantic
The U.S. aviatress’ vanishing on an endeavored round-the-world flight five years after the fact is quite possibly the most examined inexplicable problems throughout the entire existence of flight.
1904 FIFA, the world overseeing assortment of affiliation football, is established
The Fédération Internationale de Football Association is liable for the association of the World Cup, which is one of the world’s most-seen games.
Births On This Day – 21 May
Belgian/Australian artist musician
1921 Andrei Sakharov
1844 Henri Rousseau
1527 Philip II of Spain
1471 Albrecht Dürer
German painter, etcher, mathematician
Passings On This Day – 21 May
2006 Katherine Dunham
2000 John Gielgud
English entertainer, chief, maker
1991 Rajiv Gandhi
Indian lawmaker, sixth Prime Minister of India
1935 Jane Addams
American social specialist, Nobel Prize laureate
1771 Christopher Smart