Tuesday, April 27, 2021

History Of 27 April | On This Day In World

History Of 27 April | On This Day In World


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

1526: Mughal emperor Babur becomes the Sultan of Delhi.

1606: Shahzada Khusro is arrested by Emperor Jahangir. Khusro declared a rebellion on 6 April.

1662: Netherlands and France sign military treaty.

1748: Mughal emperor Mohammad Shah died.

1820: Herbert Spencer, the famous educationist, philosopher and sociologist, was born.

1848: The University of Calcutta gave the first approval to women for eligibility in the field of university education.

1912: Strong gesture, childlike smile on the face, full of life, great actress of theater and films Zohra Sehgal was born.

1920: Famous freedom fighter Manibhai Desai was born.

1945: In the Second World War, the forces of America, Britain and Soviet Union united against the forces of Nazi leader Hitler. The first meeting between the US and USSR armies took place on the banks of the River Elbe in Germany.

1960: National Defence College started in New Delhi.

1961: Sierra Leone becomes independent. This West African country remained under Britain for about one and a half hundred years. The country flag with green, white and blue stripes was hoisted at midnight.

1967: US conducts nuclear test at Nevada test site.

1972: The spacecraft 'Apollo 16' returns to Earth.

1989: 500 people died in Bangladesh by storm.

1993: 76 people are killed after crashing the Afghan aircraft 'ANS 32'.

2018: Historic Korean Summit: Kim Jong-un of North Korea and Moon Jae-in of South Korea agreed to officially end the Korean War and rid the peninsula of nuclear weapons.

2020: Reserve Bank of India (RBI) announced liquidity assistance of Rs 50,000 crore for mutual funds (MF). The RBI move came after Franklin Templeton's decision to close 6 debt funds and was held indefinitely.

2020: Union Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER), Jitendra Singh informed that five of the North-Eastern states were completely coronavirus-free. The five COVID-19 free states included Sikkim, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura and Nagaland. The remaining three states - Assam, Meghalaya and Mizoram - confirmed 8, 11 and 1, respectively, which were later cured.

2020: United Kingdom Finance Minister Rishi Sunak unveils a 100 percent state-backed 'bounce back loan scheme' to help small businesses during the coronavirus epidemic lockdown.

2020: UK-Chancellor of Indian origin unveils the fast-track finance scheme in the House of Commons. He said this would help enhance the current package of support available to protect UK businesses in the midst of a health and economic crisis.

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