Why is today's date so special, know the history and significance of February 2

On this day, many important events took place in India and the world, which have been recorded in the pages of history forever. The cycle of birth and death has always been going on. Every day of the year, one's date of birth has been recorded in history as someone's death anniversary.

Nangongom Bala Devi born- February 2, 1990 is a female football player of India. In December 2020, she became the first Indian woman football player to score in Europe's Professional League.

So let's know some such important events of February 02, knowing which your general knowledge is going to increase even more. The facts collected will be such as: the death of famous persons born on this day, the death of famous persons, the war treaty, the independence of a country, the invention of a new technology, the change of january 1, the important national and international day, etc.

Important events of February 2:-

1509 - War between Portugal and Turkey took place near Diu (Goa, Daman and Diu) in India.
1556 - About 830,000 people die in a devastating earthquake in China's Shancy province.
1626 – Charles I becomes Emperor of England.
1788 - The Pitts Regulatory Act was enacted for administrative reforms in the country.
1814 – The Calcutta (now Kolkata) Museum is established.
1862 – Shambhunath Pandit becomes the first Indian judge of the Calcutta High Court.
1878 – Greece declares war on Turkey.
1890 – American actor Charles Corroll is born.
1892 – Russia founded the 'Fur Trading Colony' in California.
1901 – Queen Victoria is cremated.
1913 - The Grand Central Terminal ' opens in New York.
1920 - France occupies Mamel.
1922 – James Joyce's novel 'Ulysses' first published.
1939 – Hungary ends relations with the Soviet Union.
1952 - India win the first Test cricket in Madras.
1953 - The All India Khadi and Village Industries Board was formed.
1966 – Pakistan moves an important resolution for the 'Kashmir Accord'
1982 - Syria invades Hama.
1990 – The ban on the African National Congress was lifted 30 years ago.
1992 – U.S. President George W. Bush and Russian President Boris Yeltsin announce the end of the Cold War.
1997 - China and the United States of America. Agreement between the United States to end the textile trade dispute.
1999 - Australian captain Mark Taylor retires from international cricket.
2001 – Sale of American components allowed for Sea King helicopters of the Indian Navy.
2002 – Three Pakistani men arrested in connection with the kidnapping of American journalist Daniel Pearl.
2004 – Swiss tennis player Roger Federer remains on the first consecutive ranking for 237 weeks. This is a record.
2007 – The International Panel (IPCC) submits a report on global warming.
2008 –  President Pratibha Patil flags off Karnataka's first luxury train 'Golden Chariot'. Governor B L Joshi administered the oath of office to B K Gupta as the Chief Justice of uttarakhand high court.
    
The agreement between the opposition  to establish peace in Kenya was completed. The ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Muhammad bin Rashid Al Makhdoom, declared his son Sheikh Hamdan the Shahzada as his successor. For the first time in the history of Pakistan, the Sikh Marriage Act ordinance has come into force.  

Person born on 2nd February:-

1990 - Bala Devi - is a woman football player of India.
1989 - Anuradha Thokchom - is a player of the Indian women's hockey team.
1970 - Annapurna Devi Yadav - is a Bharatiya Janata Party politician.
1925 - Jeet Singh Negi - was the first folk singer of Uttarakhand.
1922 - B. B. Lyngdoh - the former third Chief Minister of Meghalaya. He was the Chief Minister of the state for three times.
1916 - Dasarath Deb - the politician of the Indian political party, the Marxist Communist Party.
1889 - Princess Amrit Kaur - an eminent Gandhian of India, freedom fighter and a social worker.
1890 – American actor Charles Corroll is born.
1902 - Motturi Satyanarayana - Organizer of the Hindi propaganda movement in South India
1915 - Khushwant Singh - the famous journalist, writer, novelist and historian of India.
1979 - Shamita Shetty, Indian actress
1909 – Mohinder Singh Randhawa was an Indian historian, botanist, civil servant, and the originator of art and culture.
1884 - Sridhar Venkatesh was the editor of Kelkar - the famous Marathi encyclopedia.

Died on February 2:-

2013 – P. Shanmugam – was chief minister of Puducherry twice.
1958 - Balusu Sambamurthy - The chief freedom fighter of Madras.
1969 - Khubchand Baghel - freedom fighter, was a great leader and litterateur of the Chhattisgarh state building movement.
1960 - Chatursen Shastri - a great novelist of Hindi literature.
1978 - Govind Shankar Kurup (a renowned malayalam litterateur awarded with the Jnanpith Award) (June 5, 1901)
2007 - Vijay Arora, Indian Film and Television Actor (born 1944)
1982 - Mohan Lal Sukhadia - Famous politician and Chief Minister of Rajasthan.
1907 - Dmitry Mendeleev - was a Russian chemist who prepared the periodic table.

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