Saturday, April 3, 2021

History Of 4 April | On This Day In World

History Of 4 April | On This Day In World


In the history of the World, some other important events recorded on the date of 4 April are as follows: -

➧ 1768: Philip Astley presents the first show of the Modern Circus.

➧ 1769: Hyder Ali sets the terms of peace in the First Anglo-Mysore War.

➧ 1818: US Congress approves US flag.

➧ 1858: Rani Laxmibai had to leave Jhansi after a fierce battle with the British.

➧ 1889: Famous Hindi poet, writer, playwright and journalist Makhanlal Chaturvedi was born in Madhya Pradesh.

➧ 1904: Hardil Aziz singer and artist Kundan Lal Sehgal of Hindi cinema was born. Whom people L. They are also known by the name of Sehgal.

➧ 1905: An earthquake in the Kangra Valley of India killed 20,000 people.

➧ 1910: Sri Aurobindo reached Puducherry which later became the center of his meditation and spirituality.

➧ 1944: In World War II, the Anglo-American Army's first bombing of oil refining plants in Bucharest resulted in the deaths of three thousand civilians.

➧ 1968: Martin Luther King is murdered at a motel in Memphis, Tennessee.

➧ 1968: NASA launched Apollo 6.

➧ 1975: Microsoft is founded in Albuquerque, New Mexico in partnership between Bill Gates and Paul Allen.

➧ 1979: Former Pakistan Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto sentenced to death.

➧ 1983: Space Shuttle Challenger made its first flight.

➧ 1987: Renowned Hindi writer Sachchidananda Hiranand Vatsyayan "Agyeya" died.

➧ 1995: India's famous philanthropist, freedom fighter and educationist Hansa Mehta passed away.

➧ 2017: Pink Star Diamond sets a world record price for a gem selling at $ 71 million at an auction in Hong Kong.

➧ 2017: Alibaba became the world's largest retailer according to the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

➧ 2018: 21st Commonwealth Games begin at Gold Coast, Australia.

➧ 2019: Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel apologized for the kidnapping of thousands of mixed-breed children in Burundi, DR Congo and Rwanda during the colonial period.

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