Saturday, April 10, 2021

History Of 11 April | On This Day In World

History Of 11 April | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 11 April are as follows: -

➧ 1827: India's greatest thinker, social worker and revolutionary Jyotiba Phule was born.

➧ 1869: Kasturba Gandhi was born.

➧ 1887: Indian artist Jamini Roy was born.

➧ 1919: International Labor Organization is established.

➧ 1921: The first live commentary of the Games was broadcast on the radio.

➧ 1930: A 124-meter swinging bridge made of steel wires was opened to the public in Rishikesh. It was named Laxman Jhula.

➧ 1937: Indian tennis player Ramanathan Krishnan was born.

➧ 1964: The Communist Party of India split into two.

➧ 1970: America's Apollo-13 spacecraft embarks on lunar mission.

➧ 1976: The first Apple-1 computer made by Steve Vajanec was released.

➧ 1977: Renowned litterateur Phaniswanath Renu died.

➧ 1983: Ben Kingsley's film Gandhi receives an Oscar award.

➧ 1999: The Agni 2 missile flew the test.

➧ 2009: Vishnu Prabhakar, a famous Hindi writer, playwright and storyteller, passed away.

➧ 2010: President of Poland Lekha Kajinski died in a plane crash.

➧ 2011: Indian-origin American writer Jhumpa Lahiri received the Pulitzer Prize for her debut work 'Interpreter of Melladies'.

➧ 2019: The first day of voting in the Indian general elections, became the world's largest democracy country with 900 million eligible voters in the world's largest elections.

➧ 2019: Israel's Beresat spacecraft, the first privately funded mission to the moon, crashes on the moon.

➧ 2019: Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir was arrested by the military in Khartoum after 29 years in power.

➧ 2020: Brazil becomes the first country in the Southern Hemisphere to report more than 1,000 deaths from COVID-19, with 1,056 deaths and 19,638 cases.

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