This Day in History – September 30

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Did you know that September 30 is celebrated as International Translation Day? This day is essentially celebrated to provide an opportunity to pay tribute to the work of language professionals. Keep reading this blog to find more fascinating facts about this day in history- September 30.

Must Read: This Day in History – September 29

What Happened in India on September 30?

1996 – Name of ‘Madras’ changed to ‘Chennai’
The name of the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu’s capital was changed from Madras to Chennai.’.

YouTube: Elementon

Important Events that Happened Across the Globe on September 30

  • 1938 – Munich Agreement Signed
    The Munich Agreement was signed by Britain, France, Germany and Italy.
  • 1938 – International Bombings of civilian Populations outlawed
    The International Bombings of civilian Populations was outlawed by League of Nations.
  • 1947 – Pakistan joins UN
    Pakistan joined the United Nations
  • 1949 – End of Berlin Airlift
    September 30 marked the end of the Berlin Airlift.
Credits : National Archives UK
  • 2000 – Israeli Palestinian Conflict
    Twelve year old Muhammad al Durrah was shot on the Second Intifada.
Credits : The Hindu
  • 2009 – Sumatra Earthquake
    The 7.6 Mw Sumatra Earthquake took the lives of 1,115 people.
  • 2016 – Hurricane Matthew
    Hurricane Matthew became the strongest hurricane to form in the Caribbean Sea since 2007.

Also Read: This Day in History- September 28

Famous Birthdays

1970- Deepa Malik
Deepa Malik is an Indian athlete.

1972-Shantanu Mukherjee
Popularly known as Shaan. He is an Indian playback singer.

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