Do you know when and how Kashmir became a part of India? Read the blog to know about it.
The Treaty of Peace between Israel and Jordan is counted among one of the historic Treaties in the history of the world. This treaty settled relations between the two countries, adjusted land and water disputes, and many more affairs. Take a look at the article to explore more about this day.
1. Birth Anniversary of Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi (1890)
( The Pen Soldier Ganesh Vidyarthi)
Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi (26 October 1890 – 25 March 1931) was an Indian writer, a leader of the Indian National Congress, and an autonomy development dissident. He was a significant figure in the non-cooperation development and the opportunity development of India. He deciphered Victor Hugo’s epic Ninety-Three and is generally known as the organizer proofreader of the Hindi language paper, Pratap.
2. Kashmir Became a part of India (1947)
(A discussion over the Kashmir Conflict)
On October 26, 1947, the Instrument of Accession was declared by Maharaja Hari Singh, leader of the regal territory of Jammu and Kashmir. By executing this report under the arrangements of the Indian Independence Act 1947, Maharaja Hari Singh consented to acquiesce to the Dominion of India and Kashmir turned into a piece of India. The letter accepted the offer made by the Government of India to lead a plebiscite or choice to decide the future status of Kashmir prompted a question among India and Pakistan with respect to the lawfulness of the increase of Jammu and Kashmir to India. India asserts that the increase is genuine and last while Pakistan keeps up that the promotion is deceitful.
3. First Generator at Hoover Dam (1936)
(The Hoover Dam)
The Hoover Dam is constructed in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River on the outskirt among Arizona and Nevada, and 30 miles southeast of Las Vegas. It was developed in 1931 and saw its first electric generator go into full procedure on October 26, 1936. After that, until now, it produces around 4 billion kilowatt-long periods of hydroelectric force every year for use in Nevada, Arizona, and California are enough to serve 1.3 million individuals.
4. Israel – Jordan Peace Treaty (1994)
(Jordan’s King Hussein and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin)
The Israel–Jordan peace treaty or in full “Treaty of Peace Between the State of Israel and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan” also called the Wadi Araba Treaty was marked on 26 October 1994. Jordan was the second Arab nation, after Egypt, to sign an international agreement with Israel. The deal settled relations between the two nations, changed land and water questions, and accommodated wide collaboration in the travel industry and exchange. It incorporated a promise that neither Jordan nor Israel would permit its region to turn into an arranging ground for military strikes by a third nation.
5. Death Anniversary of Igor Sikorsky (1972)
(Igor Sikorsky at Moscow Exhibition of 2011)
Igor Ivanovich Sikorsky (May 25, 1889 – October 26, 1972) was a Russian–American aviation pioneer in both helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft. He was the founder of Sikorsky Aircraft corporation in 192 and developed the first of Pan American Airways. His first success came with the S-2, the second aircraft of his design and construction. Simultaneously his fifth airplane, the S-5, won him national recognition as well as F.A.I. license number 64. The S-6-A received the highest award at the 1912 Moscow Aviation Exhibition, and the aircraft won first prize for its young designer and pilot in the military competition at Saint Petersburg.
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