November 29th in History of Mankind- Impacting Course of Life

November 29th in history has been of considerable significance for many reasons, mostly for bad reasons. Some of the incidents that impacted the lives and livelihood of humanity are listed below.

November 29, 1947United Nations resolution for the partition of Palestine– November 29 in 1947, the United Nations General Assembly adopted a resolution 181 (II) (not implemented) calling for the partition of Palestine into two separate states—an Arab and a Jewish one—that would retain an economic union. The General Assembly in 1977 by the adoption of resolution 32/40 B declared November 29 as the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.

November 29th in World History- Important Events 

November 29, 1781– A terrifying incident, Zong (crew of slave ship) murdered about 142 African slaves by dumping them into the sea to claim insurance.

1830- A Polish secret society of infantry cadets staged an uprising in Warsaw, beginning the November Insurrection.

1850- Prussia and Austria signed the Punctation of Olmütz, an agreement regulating the two powers’ relations.

1864- Colonel John M. Chivington led a controversial surprise attack, known as the Sand Creek Massacre, on a surrendered, partially disarmed Cheyenne Indian camp in southeastern Colorado Territory; more than 230 Native Americans were killed.

1877- U.S. inventor Thomas Edison demonstrates his hand-cranked phonograph for the first time

1929- American pioneer aviator Richard E. Byrd flew over the South Pole.

1963- U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed the Warren Commission to investigate the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

2008- Danish architect Jørn Utzon—who designed the Sydney Opera House, one of the most-photographed buildings in the world—died at age 90.

Today in the History of India – Events that took place on 29th November 

1847- Indians kill Washington state pioneers Marcus & Narcissa Whitman and 12 others in Walla Walla, Ore.

1872- Indian Wars: The Modoc War begins with the Battle of Lost River.

1989- Rajiv Gandhi resigns as Prime Minister of India after losing national elections.

2018- Tens of thousands of Indian farmers protest the agrarian crisis at parliament in Delhi.

November 29th in the Indian history – Birth Anniversaries of Some famous People 

1965- Lalit Kumar Modi, Indian Fugitive businessman, and cricket administrator.

1978- Shekhar Ravjiani, Indian Singer, music director, record producer, actor.

1982- Divya Spandana, an Indian film actress and politician who was the Member of Parliament in the Lok Sabha from Mandya, Karnataka.

1984- Neha Pendse, Indian film and television actress.

1986- Tanuj Virwani, Indian actor and model active in the Bollywood industry.

1987- Gurbani Judge, Indian fitness model, actress, and a former MTV India presenter.

1989- Chitrashi Rawat, former Indian hockey player, film actress, and television presenter.

1869- Thakkar Bapa was an Indian social worker who worked for the upliftment of tribal people in Gujarat, India.

1908- N. S. Krishnan was an Indian film actor-comedian, theatre artist, playback singer, and writer.

1958- Rohit Khosla was a pioneer of the modern fashion industry in India.

 November 29th in the History of India – Death Anniversaries of Popular People 

1951- Pramathesh Chandra Barua was an Indian actor, director, and screenwriter of Indian films in the pre-independence era.

1992- Lawrence Trevor Picachy was an Indian Jesuit priest, spiritual guide of Mother Teresa, and later Archbishop of Calcutta.

1993- Jehangir Ratanji Dadabhoy Tata was an Indian aviator, entrepreneur, and chairman of Tata Group.

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