Today in History 5 October: From the first female Supreme Court judge to the death of Steve Jobs, list of Important events today

04 Oct, 2022
Today in History 5 October: From the first female Supreme Court judge to the death of Steve Jobs, list of Important events today

This Day in History: According to the Gregorian calendar, 5 October is the 278th day of the year and the 279th day of a leap year.

On this day let’s see some important events and anniversaries. We have compiled a list of some monumental events that happened worldwide on 5 October as well as the birthdays of famous people.

Major Events Happened on this Day

1952 – Imran Khan was born

Imran Ahmed Khan Niazi is a Pakistani politician and former cricketer who served as the 22nd prime minister of Pakistan from August 2018 until April 2022, when he was ousted through a no-confidence motion.

1962- James Bond makes his theatrical debut

Dr. No is a 1962 spy film directed by Terence Young. It is based on the 1958 novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. Starring Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman, and Jack Lord, it is the first film in the James Bond series, and was adapted by Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood, and Berkely Mather.

1989- Meera Sahib Biwi became the first woman judge of the Supreme Court.

M. Fathima Beevi is a former judge of the Supreme Court of India. Appointed to the apex Court in 1989, she became the first female judge to be a part of the Supreme Court of India, and the first Muslim woman to be appointed to any of the higher judiciaries in the country.

2011- Steve Jobs died at 56

Steve Jobs, the co-founder of Apple, died Wednesday at age 56. The cause was pancreatic cancer. Jobs had been battling cancer for at least 6 years, telling his employees in 2004 that he was being treated for the disease, and undergoing a liver transplant in 2009.

2011 – The world’s cheapest tablet PC ‘Aakash’ was released in India.

Aakash is an Android-based tablet computer promoted by the Government of India as part of an initiative to link 25,000 colleges and 400 universities in an e-learning program. It was produced by the British-Canadian company DataWind, and manufactured by the company, at a production center in Hyderabad.

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