Friday, February 26, 2021

History Of 27 February | On This Day In World

History Of 27 February | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 27 February are as follows: -

➧ 1882: Famous freedom fighter Vijay Singh Pathik was born.

➧ 1921: International Working Union of Socialist Party established in Vienna.

➧ 1931: Chandrasekhar Azad, the country's great revolutionary and freedom fighter, shot himself in Alfred Park, Allahabad to avoid arrest in an encounter with the British police.

➧ 1943: 19th and current Chief Minister of Karnataka, B.S. Yeddyurappa was born.

➧ 1953: A proposal for a 'spelling bill' was introduced in Britain's Parliament with the intention of making the English language easier for generations to come.

➧ 1956: First Speaker of Lok Sabha G. V. Mavalankar died.

➧ 1956: Women get the right to vote in Egypt.

➧ 1974: American weekly magazine 'People' begins selling.

➧ 1976: First Chief Minister of Karnataka and former Governor of Madhya Pradesh K.K. C. Reddy died.

➧ 1991: US President George Bush announces a ceasefire with the declaration of victory in the Persian Gulf War. After the Iraq invasion of Kuwait in August 1990, the US intervened here.

➧ 1999: In Nigeria, for the first time in 15 years, voting was held to elect a civilian ruler. A large number of people came to cast their votes.

➧ 2002: Communal violence erupted across Gujarat after 59 Hindu pilgrims were killed after the Sabarmati Express to Ahmedabad in Gujarat was set on fire by a mob at Godhra station.

➧ 2009: US President Barack Obama announced that all combat forces would be withdrawn from Iraq by August 2010, and the remaining troops would return home by the end of 2011.

➧ 2010: Nanaji Deshmukh, a strong columnist of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and eminent social worker, passed away.

➧ 2010: A massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake and tsunami in Chile caused massive destruction in coastal areas. It was described as the most powerful earthquake in the region in the last 50 years.

➧ 2019: A train crashes in a buffer at the main railway station in Cairo, killing 25 people and injuring dozens in Egypt.

➧ 2019: An infant boy, weighing just 268g at birth, was sent home from a hospital in Japan, and is believed to be the youngest boy in the world to be successfully treated.

2019: Doctors in Brisbane, Australia announce quasi-identical twins (a boy and a girl), the second known case in the world.

➧ 2019: Pakistan arrested Indian fighter jet pilot Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman, which increased tension in the disputed Kashmir region.

➧ 2020: Report published in "Astrophysical Journal" which found the largest cosmic explosion ever in the Ophiuchus galaxy which is 390 million light years away from the supermassive black hole.

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