For any competitive exam, having a command on historical events is a must. Therefore, Let's have a look on the article at safalta.com to know what had happened on 25th September to enhance your knowledge for competitive exams.
• In 1493, Christopher Columbus left Spain with seventeen ships on his second voyage to reach the western hemisphere.
• The first U.S. Congress adopted 12 amendments to the constitution and sent them for ratification on 25 sept 1789. Out of 12, first 10 became the bills of Rights.
• In central California, Sequoia National park establishes as a U.S. National Park in 1890.
• The U.S. President Woodrow Wilson collapses after delivering a speech in Pueblo, Co in 1919.
• In 1950, the United Nations forces took control of Seoul, capital of South Korea after 3 months when it fell to North Korea.
• First three crewmen of Skylab ll land in pacific ocean in 1973.
• On the same date in 1981, Sandra Day O'Connor became the first female justice of U.S. supreme court who was sworn as 102nd justice.
• Due to an industrial dispute with 101 members of printers union, Sunday times was shut down by Rupert Murdoch in 1981.
• The UN security council voted in 1990 to impose an air embargo against Iraq.
•The Mars Observer was launched by NASA in 1992 which was $511 million probe to Mars.
• Michael Jordan announced that he will return to NBA as a player for the Washington Wizards on 25/09/2001.
• 'Shenzhou 7' spacecraft was launched by China in the year 2008.
• In 2011, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia allowed women the right to vote and run for office in future elections.
• In the year 2012, China had launched its first aircraft carrier into service.
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