Major events of 25 August in Indian and world history

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The Major events of 25 August in Indian and world history are as follows:

1351 – Sultan Ferozeshah Tughlaq III was crowned.

1825 – Uruguay declared its independence from Brazil.

1830 – The Belgian Revolution was started.

1835 – The first Great Moon Holmes article, announcing the discovery of life and civilization on the Moon, was published in The New York Sun.

1875 – Captain Matthew Vebab became the first person to swim in the English Channel, traveling from Kailash 2 and England in 21 hours and 45 minutes.

1933 – Mao County, Sichuan, and China are attacked by The Daixi Earthquake, killing 9000 people.

1944 – World War II: Paris was liberated by the Allies.

1950 – To prevent a US military strike, President Harry Truman orders control of the country’s railroads.

1961 – Brazilian President, Jánís Quadros resigns after only 7 months in power, triggering a political crisis that culminated in a 1964 military coup.

1967 – American Lincoln Party founder George Lincoln Veil is assassinated by a former member of his group.

1975 – India emerged as Polo world champion.

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1980 – Another country Zimbabwe was joined in the United Nations.

1991 – Linus Torvald announces the first version to become Linux.

1997 – Former East German leader Egon cringe is convicted of a shoot-to-maar policy on the Berlin Wall.

2003 – More than 50 people were killed and over 150 injured in a car bomb blast near Mumbai’s Gateway of India and Munni Devi Temple.

2011 – The government of Sri Lanka withdrew the declared emergency in the country after the conflict started

2012 – Severe flooding in Myanmar

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