|The devastating cyclone in Bangladesh killed more than ten thousand people|
Today, the devastating cyclone in Bangladesh killed more than ten thousand people. At the same time, the foundation of Aligarh Muslim University as Madrasa was laid on this day. Know the complete history of 24 May
On 24 May, there is a record of destruction in history. On the same day, a devastating cyclonic storm in Bangladesh killed more than ten thousand people. It is also an important day in India’s education history. Because on this day, Aligarh Muslim University, which is considered to be the biggest and main center of Muslim education in the country, was established. Realizing the need to provide modern education to Muslims, the great social reformer Sir Syed Ahmad Khan established a madrasa in 1877 which later became the Muslim Anglo-Oriental College. This college went on to become Aligarh Muslim University in 1920. Know the complete history of the present day
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- Today, in 1689, the British Parliament guaranteed religious freedom to Protestant Christians.
- In 1875 Sir Syed Ahmad Khan established the Mohammedan Anglo-Oriental School in Aligarh, which is presently known as Aligarh Muslim University.
- In 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge connecting Brooklyn and Manhattan was opened to traffic.
- In 1915, Thomas Alva Edison also invented the telecare to this day.
- In 1931, the first air-conditioned passenger train was run on America’s Waltmore Ohio route
- In 1959, Empire Day was renamed Commonwealth Day.
- In 1985, more than ten thousand people died due to cyclonic storms in Bangladesh.
- In 1986 Margaret Thatcher became Britain’s first Prime Minister to visit Israel.
- More than 250 Hajis died in Meena (Saudi Arabia) in 1994 due to a stampede at a ceremony related to Hajj.
- In 1994, each of the four accused who attacked the World Trade Center in New York City in 1993 was sentenced to 240 years in prison.
- In 2000 Israel ended its 18-year-old occupation of southern Lebanon and its army withdrew from there.
- In 2001, 15-year-old Sherpa Tenba Sheri of Nepal became the youngest climber to conquer the summit of Mount Everest.
- In 2004, North Korea banned mobile phones.