Today’s Date (Today’s Date) 7th August: On this day in 1998, more than 200 people were killed in terrorist attacks on the US embassies in the capitals of Kenya and Tanzania.
When talking about the game of billiards in India, Geet Sethi will definitely be mentioned. Geet Sri Ram Sethi won the World Amateur Billiards Championship on this day in 1985 by defeating Australia’s Bob Marshall. The match between the two, which lasted for about eight hours, was discussed for a long time.
Following are some other important events recorded in the history of the country:-
1606: Shakespeare’s play Macbeth is first performed for King James I.
1753: British Museum established.
1905: Indian National Congress calls for boycott of British goods.
1941: Nobel laureate Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore dies.
1944: Construction of a giant machine 51 feet long, 8 feet high, and weighing five tons, named after the first calculator.
1947: The electricity and transport system was formally transferred to the Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
1957: The US conducted nuclear tests at the Nevada Test Site.
1960: Ivory Coast, an African nation, gained independence from French rule.
1985: Geet Sethi wins the World Amateur Billiards Championship.
1990: The US begins Operation Desert Shield by deploying troops to Saudi Arabia.
1998: More than 200 people were killed in terrorist attacks on the US embassies in the capitals of Kenya and Tanzania.
2018: M Karunanidhi, a strong face of DMK politics in the country, passed away.
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