Thursday, April 15, 2021

History Of 16 April | On This Day In World

History Of 16 April | On This Day In World

In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 16 April are as follows: -

➧ 1848: The famous scholar of Telugu language, Kandukuri Veeresalingam was born. Those who got fame in the name of 'Gadh Brahma' in modern Telugu literature.

➧ 1853: The first rail in India went between Bombay(now Mumbai) and Thane.

➧ 1889: Charlie Chaplin, who laughed the world from his best acting, was born.

➧ 1919: Mahatma Gandhi announced prayer and fasting to pay tribute to those who died in Jallianwala Bag murder in Amritsar.

➧ 1934: Indian politician Ram Naik was born. Ram Naik is an experienced Indian politician of the Bharatiya Janata Party and was the 27th Governor of Uttar Pradesh.

➧ 1945: The German refugee ship was drowned due to a Soviet submarine, which killed 7000 people.

➧ 1953: British Shahi Boat started by Britain Rani Elizabeth II.

➧ 1966: A famous painter of India, Nandlal Bose died.

➧ 1976: For eight years, the UK Prime Minister and Labor Party Leader for 13 years, Harold Wilson resigned. His decision brought storms in political corridors.

➧ 1978: Indian actress Lara Dutta was born. Lara Dutta is an Indian actress, entrepreneur and the winner of Miss Universe 2000 pagent. Before this she was crowned as Miss Intercontinental 1997. He is the second Indian woman to get the Miss Universe title and Sushmita Sen is the first woman who received the 1997 Miss Universe title.

➧ 1987: "Fences" Play or Drama of August Wilson won the 1987 Pulitzer Award.

➧ 1988: Thousands of people died in the gas attack on Northern Iraq's Kurdish population, while many people became ill with their influence.

➧ 1988: Powerful leader of Palestinian Mukti Organization, Khalil al-Wazir was killed in his house located in Tunis of Tunisia.

➧ 1990: At least 80 people died after the explosion in two coaches of a spell passenger carriage near Patna, near Bihar's capital city Patna and 65 others were injured.

➧ 2002: 120 people were killed in a plane accident in South Korea.

➧ 2004: India beat Pakistan 2-1 in the series by winning the Rawalpindi Test.

➧ 2011: Mahavir Chakra Winner Brigadier Bhavani Singh died.

➧ 2012: For the first time a Pulitzer award was provided for the novel (Fiction).

➧ 2018: Kendrick Lamar became the first wrapper and non-classical or jazz musician who win Pulitzer Award for the music of his album "DAMN".

➧ 2020: Nationwide emergency was announced in Japan till May 6 due to the case of COVID-19.

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