Friday, March 26, 2021

History Of 27 March | On This Day In World

History Of 27 March | On This Day In World

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

➧ 1668: The ruler of England, Charles II, handed over Bombay (now Mumbai) to the East India Company.

➧ 1845: Wilhelm Röntgen, a physicist and mathematician from Germany, was born.

➧ 1855: Abraham Gesner patented kerosene (kerosene).

➧ 1898: Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, who introduced modern education for the Muslims of India, died.

➧ 1899: First international radio broadcast between France and England by Italian inventor G. Marconi.

➧ 1915: Pandit Kanshi Ram, the leader of the Ghadar Party, died.

➧ 1923: Famous anthropologist and feminist scholar Leela Dubey was born.

➧ 1933: Japan separates itself from the League of Nations.

➧ 1936: Indian politician Banwari Lal Joshi was born.

➧ 1954: Hemant Joshi, translator of French poets and professor of journalism, was born.

➧ 1956: The American government confiscates the communist newspaper Daily Worker.

➧ 1961: Today begins to celebrate the first World Theater Day.

➧ 1968: Yuri Gagarin, a former Soviet Union pilot and astronaut, died.

➧ 1977: Two jumbo jets hit the airstrip at Tenerife, Spain's famous tourist destination in the Canary Islands, killing 583 people.

➧ 1990: In Nimpura, West Bengal, 41 people died due to electrocution and 21 others suffered severe burns in a massive explosion when a passenger bus collided with a bridge and fell down.

➧ 1998: The Food and Drug Administration of the United States of America approved the use of drug-maker Pfizer's drug Viagra as a treatment for impotence.

➧ 2010: India successfully test-fires Dhanush and Prithvi 2 equipped with nuclear technology at Chandipur, Odisha.

➧ 2011: Radioactive radiation in a unit of a nuclear power plant damaged after an earthquake in Fukushima, Japan, was found to be ten million times above normal.

➧ 2019: Former Gambia President Yahya Jammeh stole nearly 1 billion from his country before his deportation in 2017, according to a corruption report.

➧ 2020: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that he had fallen victim to COVID-19, but would continue to lead the nation "in the field of modern technology" while living in self-isolation.

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