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History of December 8-Important Events,Festivals,Born and Deaths of famous People

History of December 8-Important Events,Festivals,Born and Deaths of famous People


History of December 8

According to 8 Gregorian calendar, it is 342th (this 343th year in Leap Year) day of December 8th year. There are still 23 days left in the year.

Important events of December 8

1863 - Death to two and a half thousand people die in a Jesuit cathedral in Santiago, capital of Ciudad.

1881 - Death of more than 800 people due to a fire in a theater in the capital of Vienna, European country of Austria.

1923 - Friendship Treaty between Germany and the United States was signed.

1941 - America and Britain declare war against Japan.

1956 - The closing of the 16th Olympic Games in the city of Melbourne, Australia.

1967 - First submarine INS Kalwari was inducted into the Army.

1976 - US tests nuclear tests in Nevada

1995 - Coronation and recognition in the form of an incarnation of Panken Lama of Zenchen Norbu, a controversial 6-year-old child, by China.

1998 - Former Lieutenant Colonel Hugo Chavez becomes Venezuela's new President

For the first time, women's ice hockey was included in the history of the Olympics. Finland defeated Sweden 6-0 in the first match.

2000 - Finished defense agreement between the UK and Russia, Scientists of France discovered Alzheimer's new treatment 'Golnetamine'.

In Uganda, the number of victims of the dangerous Ebola virus reached 400, in which 160 people died.

2002 - Gomututra patented the United States after India's traditional bio-wealth Neem, turmeric and Jamun.

East Nepal Maoists attacked a bomb by attacking the bomb, killing five people and injuring more than 30.

2003 - Zimbabwe announces the separation from Commonwealth after the extension of suspension

Vasundhara Raje Scindia gets the Chief Minister of Rajasthan

Uma Bharti is the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh

2004 - Pakistan has 700 km Successful test of Shaheen-1 missile that struck the distance.

2005 - Red Cross and Red Crescent Society accept a diamond-shaped red crystal as a new addition mark in a white background.

2007 - US-led coalition forces and NATO forces attack Taliban militants in the Musa Arts district of southern Afghanistan.

December 8 person born

1721 - Balaji Bajirao - The famous Peshwa of the Maratha empire.

1875 - Sharif Bahadur Sapru - Aligarh, the leader of the great liberal leader.

1877 - Narayan Shastri Marathe - Famous Marathi scholar.

1897 - Balkrishna Sharma Navin - poet, prose and unique speaker of Hindi Jagat

1900 - Uday Shankar - Dancer of the famous classical dance of India, dance director and ballet producer.

1927 - Prakash Singh Badal - Current Chief Minister of Punjab.

1935 - Dharmendra - Indian actor

1946 - Sharmila Tagore - Indian actress


Deaths on December 8

1947 - Bhai Paramananda - The great revolutionary of Indian freedom struggle

2015 - Ramashankar Yadav 'Rebel' - Jawaharlal Nehru University was a popular poet among the students.


December 8 - important opportunities and celebrations

South Asian Regional Organization Day

All India Handicrafts Week (December 8-14)