Friday, April 2, 2021

History Of 3 April | On This Day In World

History Of 3 April | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 3 April are as follows: -

➧ 1325: Nizamuddin Auliya, the fourth saint of the Chishti sect died.

➧ 1680: Chhatrapati Shivaji, who laid the foundation of Maratha empire in western India, died in Raigarh.

➧ 1903: Social reformer and freedom fighter Kamala Devi Chattopadhyay was born.

➧ 1914: India's first Field Marshal SHFJ Manekshaw was born.

➧ 1929: Famous Hindi litterateur Nirmal Verma was born.

➧ 1931: Famous litterateur Mannu Bhandari was born.

➧ 1933: The first time the aircraft took off from Mount Everest, the world's highest peak.

➧ 1942: Japan begins last-round military operations against the United States in World War II.

➧ 1954: Politician and physician Dr. K. Krishnaswamy was born.

➧ 1973: On this day, Martin Cooper made the first call to Joel S. Angel of Bell Labs with a hand held mobile phone. Cooper is said to be the father of today's mobile phones.

➧ 1981: A sample of the first portable computer designed by Adam Osborne of Osborne Computer Corporation in San Francisco was introduced. It weighed around 24 pounds.

➧ 1984: India's squadron leader Rakesh Sharma is selected to go on a space flight in a Soviet vehicle. He became the first Indian to achieve this feat.

➧ 2001: Former United States President Bill Clinton visits India.

➧ 2007: The 14th SAARC Conference was started in New Delhi.

➧ 2007: Traditional train world speed record: French TGV train became an official new world speed record setting train on the LGV high speed line.

➧ 2008: Medha Patkar was awarded the National Krantivir Award 2008.

➧ 2010: Apple's first iPad came on the market.

➧ 2014: Marie Louise Colleiro elected President of Preca Malta.

➧ 2019: Former Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak begins trial for 1MDB corruption scam in Kuala Lumpur.

➧ 2020: The 4,000-bed London Nightingale Hospital opened by Prince Charles (remotely) after nine days to treat COVID-19 patients at the ExCeL Center.

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